Evidence. Reality. Will Truth eventually get out?

Florida Is Open, New York Is Closed, And The Latter Has More COVID Deaths. Christopher Bedford – “Despite larger populations, currently freer peoples, and a media narrative that screams otherwise, there are far, far fewer deaths in Texas and in Florida than in New York.”

“The funny thing with COVID, though, is unlike global warming doom science — always 3-12 years away and “too complex” to explain when it inevitably doesn’t happen — COVID doom predictions are checkable in just a few weeks. And COVID doom didn’t happen.
Florida’s freedom isn’t some new and dangerous experiment, by the way — the Sunshine State has been open for nearly three months. Yet in New York this past weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered indoor dining shut down again.
as with global warming science, COVID science has become a political weapon for the left. While their allies escape judgment no matter their sins, political opponents from President Donald Trump to Dr. Scott Atlas, and governors from Florida’s Ron DeSantis to Texas’s Gov. Greg Abbott to South Dakota’s Kristi Noem, are the targets of vicious media attacks on themselves, their states, and their families. Just Friday, a New York Times psychiatrist demanded that doctors who question masks efficacy lose their licenses.

Essential Facts About COVID-19. James D. Agresti – “C-19 has killed about one out of every 1,145 Americans, whereas one out of every 116 Americans die every year. … 7.7 times average annual fatalities from the flu.” … “Initial media reports of a 2–3% mortality rate for COVID-19 are inflated, and the actual figure may be closer to that of the flu, which has averaged about 0.15% over the past nine years in the United States.”

“There are, however, mortal dangers in overreacting because measures to limit the spread of C-19 have tangible impacts that can cost multitudes of lives. Numerous facts have shown that lockdowns, panic, and other responses to the pandemic have done just that. A small sampling of these include the following:

Covid Madness. Manfred Horst – “Perhaps we should consider it a privilege to live one of the absurdest and grotesquest episodes of recent world history. … Perhaps we should consider it a privilege to witness how easily scientific and democratic control mechanisms can be overwhelmed by a global panic disorder.”

This Is Not America. I & I Editorial Board – “Just a single quick scan through the blogs and aggregators of the Internet makes us wonder who and where we are as a nation:”

Mitch, Mitt And Never-Trumpers Have It All Wrong: Trump Should Fight On, Not ‘Move On’. I & I Editorial Board – “no matter what the Electoral College said on Monday, if massive fraud is in evidence in the states, the election results cannot stand. And there’s plenty of evidence of that tumbling out by the day.” … “If all this maneuvering seems futile, it isn’t. The Democrats have a long tradition of election shenanigans.” … “the time to fight is now, not later. This isn’t just about fixed elections or even about Trump. It’s about the future of our republic. If we lose that, we’ve lost everything.”

Protect Election Integrity – Censor Anyone Who Questions the Election. Daniel Greenfield – “The threat to election integrity is coming from inside the system.”

“Election integrity, like fact checking, is one of those curious terms whose meaning was ‘Orwellianized’ in the last decade. Fact checking used to mean media organizations checking their facts before they published a story. Now the media has mostly done away with internal fact checking and uses fact checking to describe its efforts to censor conservative media.

Election integrity traditionally meant verifying the integrity of the process, but is now being used to mean silencing anyone who questions the integrity of the election. In both cases a term that meant protecting the integrity of an internal process has been turned inside out to mean covering up for the corruption of the internal process by censoring its outside critics.

That’s the new integrity.
One basic difference between free and unfree societies is that free societies have internal checks and balances, while unfree societies only have external ones. A free society assures the integrity of its elections and its facts by keeping its facts and elections open to examination, while an unfree society protects its processes against outside criticism by threatening its critics.

Interesting nuggets from the Antrim Dominion machine forensic analysis. Andrea Widburg – “The first inkling Americans had that there was something going on with voting machines came when Antrim County, Michigan admitted that its computer had a “glitch” and gave 6,000 Trump votes to Biden.” … “The topline summary is that the Dominion machines in Antrim County were set up to send almost 70% of votes to “adjudication.” This meant that, instead of the voting machine simply tabulating the votes, the ballots were subjected to a non-transparent process, with no auditable trail.”

“Biden may have gotten the Electoral College nod on Monday, but if his votes came through fraud, that nod is meaningless. He’s not our president.

They Stole It Fair And Square. Steven Hayward – “my observations on the matter which lead to my conclusion about why, and, more importantly, how to move on from here. In rank order of provocation:”

Where things stand at this hour. William A. Jacobson – “The judicial option for fighting the election has come to a close, now comes the time to organize.” … “legal and political battles were fought strategically by Democrats over the several months leading up to the election. Democrats organized for a mail-in election, Republicans didn’t. Republicans were out-organized, out-hustled, and out-lawyered.”

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