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New Study Exposes Alleged Accounting Error Regarding COVID Deaths. Tyler Durden – more on that JHU paper that was pulled. “The study – which is still being vetted – simply examines the raw data that should have been questioned months ago.” A reference is made to Alex Berenson on Twitter claiming that the study is wrong but that claim is rather short of any indication as to why the raw CDC data review is incorrect. If the Briand paper is severely flawed the flaws should be easy to describe or label.

“The overall conclusion is that Covid-19, at least according to collected data, is not the killer disease that it is currently hyped up to be. AIER is not endorsing the study as is without further study, but we are interested in the argument being examined and discussed.

For Covid-19 to be a serious cause of alarm, it would need to significantly increase the number of average deaths.

Total deaths in the United States show no significant change and even mirror past trends of seasonal illness.

According to this graph constructed using data provided by the CDC from the last 6 years, total deaths have remained relatively constant and increases can be explained by various factors such as a larger population.

This aligns with many other well-established facts about the virus, such as those with comorbidities are the most at risk.

The hysteria over Covid-19 has likely led to the alleged accounting error noted in Briand’s study, the reclassification of expected deaths from all causes into Covid deaths

That accounting error has likely led to a number of policy decisions that have drastically crippled our ability to support the general welfare of society, economically, socially, and spiritually. Going forward these findings should give us pause and reconsideration over the threat Covid-19 actually poses and realize how much avoidable damage we have done to ourselves as a result.

PA Legislators Put Forward Resolution to Declare Election in Dispute. Daniel Greenfield – “It goes without saying that Governor Wolf. and Co. are not about to back down. But their abuses have, as a matter of fact, put the election in dispute. But the question is still, “whatcha gonna do about it”. That’s essentially the Democrat legal argument combined with a lot of empty pulpit-pounding about disenfranchisement.”

Can States Legalize Stealing Federal Elections? Daniel Greenfield – “If states illegally making up election law on the fly is treated as a state issue, and it can’t move forward within the state because, as in Pennsylvania, its judiciary is hopelessly partisan and corrupt, and federal judges refuse to touch it because it’s a state issue, then our political system is little better than a banana republic.”

The burden of proof should favor Trump in election fraud litigation. Andrea Widburg – “President Trump … asserted that Biden must prove that his votes did not result from fraud. People scoffed, but as a practical matter, Trump is correct.” The analogy provided here is also pertinent to the Briand JHU brouhaha noted above. “The extra wrinkle in this case is incontestable evidence that paper trails and electronic trails were deliberately destroyed. [spoliation]”

“To date, some courts (as, for example, this Obama judge) have said Trump has no evidence. In fact, Trump has massive evidence for all three categories — and certainly enough to get the election fraud claims over the net onto Biden’s side.

The real question is about Biden’s return volley. He must prove either that the eyewitnesses, the mathematical experts, and the equipment experts lied or are mistaken, or he must provide a compelling counter-narrative to explain how he got more votes than Obama did in 2008:

At a minimum, Biden must have eyewitnesses about signature verification, timely mail-in ballots, the absence of duplicate votes, properly functioning machines, etc. His problem is that the Democrats destroyed all or most of that evidence. On those issues, therefore, the missing evidence presumptively supports Trump’s case.

Was Trump cheated out of victory in Georgia? Paul Mirengoff – He cites Scott and Morrissey on the Powell lawsuit expressing skepticism based on contradicting Widburg’s claim (above) about evidence and he joins those two. This group of skeptics does not even see that the evidence of fraud exists and that raises questions about why there is such a significant discrepancy about perceptions of what is on the evidence table. See Shipwreckedcrew for something a bit more thoroughly thought out on the Georgia Powell case.

‘Historically strange’ spike in incomplete Nevada voter files, casinos as ‘home’. Paul Bedard – “In an affidavit filed in another Republican election challenge, a “data scientist” found a huge surge of incomplete voter registrations and those giving casinos and temporary RV parks as “their home or mailing addresses” in the Third Congressional District that covers the southern third of the state and much of Clark County.” … “In her affidavit, which has been forwarded to Trump’s team, Morgan said that her findings were just scratching surface.”

Catching up on the mahem:

A Wounded Nation Sows the Wind — and Reaps the Whirlwind. Anna Abbott – “The current culture’s disregard of natural and divine law has reaped ruinous consequences.”

The COVID-19 News the Corporate Media Doesn’t Publish. Stacey Lennox – “here is a rundown, with detailed sourcing, linking to recent news and previous information.”

Media Suppression of 8 Key Stories ‘Stole This Election’ for Joe Biden. Tyler O’neil – “The Polling Company surveyed 1,750 Biden voters in seven swing states”

Trumpism without Trump is like Reaganism without Reagan. Don Surber – “This is not Romney’s party or McCain’s or Bush’s. We push back now. And if those who conspired with Democrats against The Donald think they are re-taking the party, they have another thing coming to them.”

By Every Legal Means Necessary. Conrad Black – “Every available legal means must be used to assure Trump is not pushed out of office improperly, and, if he has lost, that that result is the consequence of a fairly conducted and tabulated election.”

The Propaganda of Despair. Laura Hollis – “This self-serving sales pitch has made generations of Democrats very wealthy, but it hasn’t done much to raise the standards of living for those in poverty.”

Trump Campaign Focusing on Unlawful Use of Absentee Ballot Process to Avoid Wisconsin ID Requirement. Shipwreckedcrew – “The recount now underway in Dane and Milwaukee Counties is likely for the limited purpose of just trying to reduce the margin from 20,000 votes to some lesser number. That lower number then becomes the “target” in the search for absentee ballots where the application for the absentee ballot — especially for newly registered voters — included a “self-certification” that the elector was “indefinitely confined”.

Newt Gingrich: their sloppiness will be their undoing. Mark Wauck – “covers a number of illegalities in this article, of which I’ve selected one very important one. Note that Gingrich gives credit to The Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project–which has intervened in Wisconsin and Georgia, so far.”

Covid: Cases vs Deaths. David Friedman – “News stories keep reporting record numbers of cases but not record numbers of deaths. Santa Clara County, where I live, shows detailed information on both, and the divergence is striking … The divergence is less striking in the U.S. figures, but it’s still there.”

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