The must read for the status of the election

The Mushrooming of the 2020 US Election. Quadrant Online – “publishes our own and full transcript of Trump’s 14-minute address.” … “It exposes the disgraceful alliance of the media (including The Australian’s US correspondent, let alone the ABC), the media-technology giants and the Democrat Party to suppress pro-Trump news, up to and including censoring the President himself.”

“If this egregious fraud is not fully investigated and addressed the 2020 election will be forever regarded as illegitimate and the most corrupt election in history of our country. Americans must be able have complete faith and confidence in our elections. The fate of our democracy depends on it. Now is the time for the American people to raise their voices and demand this injustice be immediately corrected.

Our elections must first be fair, they must be honest and they they must be 100 per cent free of fraud. We won this election by a magnificent landslide and the people of the US know it. All over, they are demonstrating, they are angry, they are fearful. We cannot allow a completely fraudulent election to stand. Thank you, God bless you and God bless America.

The War on Trump and the End of the Right to a Lawyer. Daniel Greenfield – “The basic trajectory of the Left. … 1. Turn a legal right into an entitlement … 2. Make the entitlement dependent on a political test rather than an objective service”

Overcoming the Court’s Abdication in Texas v. Pennsylvania. William J. Olson and Patrick M. McSweeney – “In refusing to hear Texas v. Pennsylvania, the U.S. Supreme Court abdicated its constitutional duty … However, even in its Order dismissing the case, the Supreme Court identified how another challenge could be brought successfully — by a different plaintiff.”

The Limits of Those Reviews of Masks For All and What We Do Know. Hilda Bastian – “Major recent reviews relevant to non-healthcare worker mask-wearing ended up with different results for 5 main reasons related to their design and conduct:” This one is plagued by the issues it identifies. It confuses bacterial and viral contagion, is ambiguous in its conclusions, and dances around the conflicts it notes between studies and real world experience.

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