LINK TO MIKE LINDELL’S “ABSOLUTE TRUTH” FILM

Nikolai Yezhov, standing to the left of Joseph Stalin, was shot in 1940. He was edited out of the photo by Soviet censors after his execution as a form of damnatio memoriae.[9] This policy was commonly applied to high-ranking executed political enemies during Stalin’s reign. (from here)

The ruling powers more and more insist that we believe their truth and no other. They don’t debate what is true. They proclaim it and deny the right of those who oppose them the right to differ. How? Well, more and more we live in age of Big Tech censorship.

Here is a link to Mike Lindell’s “Absolute Truth” film, Mike Lindell to Bannon War Room: “Absolute Truth” Film Was Seen by Over 10 Million People After Friday Release – Five Million Completed the Film (thegatewaypundit.com). Because I have not yet had time to watch the film, I cannot yet endorse what it says. However, I intend to watch it this afternoon. Don’t want to wait any longer than that. Otherwise, Big Tech may erase it.

Want an example. Check the video link here, WHY DO THE POLITICALLY CORRECT COMMUNICATE POORLY? – Citizen Tom.

I welcome comments from people who have actually watched Mike Lindell’s “Absolute Truth” film. Otherwise, please don’t waste everyone’s time.

47 thoughts on “LINK TO MIKE LINDELL’S “ABSOLUTE TRUTH” FILM

  1. Re: Dr. Shiva, around 0:50

    (a) False claim to fame “He created E-Mails”
    Actually that was Raymond Tomlinson, back in 1971.
    https://www.internethalloffame.org//official-biography-raymond-tomlinson

    (b) Claim: Dr. Shiva won Franklin County by 10%, he lost all other counties with EXACTLY 60:40
    Truth: His lead in Franklin County, the least populated one, was 7%, Shiva winning 53% of the vote. In the other counties his opponent got in the range of 57% to 68%, anything but “exact percentages”, the foundation of Shiva’s claim of fraud.
    https://apps.npr.org/elections20-primaries/states/MA.html#counties=true&date=9%2F1%2F2020&party=GOP&office=S

    (c) Massachusetts election law: All paper ballots are stored for 22 months. There are no images of the ballots stored due to state election law restrictions.

    Lindell wants you to trust this guy.

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    1. @marmoewp

      It is YOU who are making false claims.
      Shiva documents extensively his invention of EMAIL on his website https://www.inventorofemail.com/index.asp

      It is true that Tomlinson and others created programs and protocols for the exchange of simple text messages and Shiva acknowledges this.but email as we know it today was his invention.
      He has at least as much right to claim email as his invention as the people who claim that Tomlinson was the inventor of email.
      And you want us to trust YOU when it’s obviously more important to you to discredit those with opposing political views than your concern for truth?
      As the selfstyled factchecker of this blog you have failed miserably or to quote a certain marmoewp:
      “How stupid do you think others to be? Just make shit up and hope the others won’t check and be stunned into silence? Despicable.”

      From Shiva’s website:

      In 1978, a 14-year-old named V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai developed a computer program, which replicated the features of the interoffice, inter-organizational paper mail system. He named his program “EMAIL”. Shiva filed an application for copyright in his program and in 1982 the United States Copyright Office issued a Certificate of Registration, No. TXu-111-775, to him on the program.

      VA Shiva Ayyadurai, the Inventor of Email: First U.S. Copyright for Email, 1982
      First US Copyright for “EMAIL, Computer Program for Electronic Mail System” issued to V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai.
      As required by the Regulations of the Copyright Office, he deposited portions of the original source code with the program. Prominent in the code is the name “EMAIL” that he gave to the program. He received a second Certificate of Registration, No. TXu-108-715, for the “EMAIL User’s Manual” he had prepared to accompany the program and that taught unsophisticated user’s how to use EMAIL’s features.

      Recently however, a substantial controversy has arisen as to who invented email. This controversy has resulted in an unfortunate series of attacks on Shiva. Part of the problem is that different people use to the term to mean somewhat different things.

      In the summer of 1978, Shiva had been recruited for programming assignments at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) in Newark, New Jersey. One of his supervisors, Dr. Leslie P. Michelson, recognized his abilities and challenged him to translate the conventional paper-based interoffice and inter-organizational communication system (i.e., paper-based mail and memoranda) to an electronic communication system.

      Systems for communications among widely dispersed computers were in existence at the time, but they were primitive and their usage was largely confined to computer scientists and specialists.

      VA Shiva Ayyadurai, TIME Magazine article on The Man who Invented Email
      TIME Article, “The Man who Invented Email”, an interview with V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai.
      Shiva envisioned something simpler, something that everyone, from secretary to CEO, could use to quickly and reliably send and receive digital messages. Shiva embraced the project and began by performing a thorough evaluation of UMDNJ’s paper-based mail system, the same as that used in offices and organizations around the world.

      VA Shiva Ayyadurai is the Inventor of Email: Noam Chomsky Asserts on The Verge
      Article in The Verge reviewing the facts around V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai’s invention of email.
      He determined that the essential features of these systems included functions corresponding to “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts”, “Memo” (“To:”, “From:”, “Date:”, “Subject:”, “Body:”, “Cc:”, “Bcc:”), “Attachments”, “Folders”, “Compose”, “Forward”, “Reply”, “Address Book”, “Groups”, “Return Receipt”, “Sorting”. These capabilities were all to be provided in a software program having a sufficiently simple interface that needed no expertise in computer systems to use efficiently to “Send” and “Receive” mail electronically. It is these features that make his program “email” and that distinguish “email” from prior electronic communications. Shiva went on to be recognized by the Westinghouse Science Talent Search Honors Group for his invention.

      The Massachusetts Institute of Technology highlighted his invention as one among four, in the incoming Freshman class of 1,040 students. His papers, documenting the invention of email were accepted by Smithsonian Institution. These are facts based on legal, governmental and institutional recognition and substantiation, and there is no disputing it.

      MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT EMAIL

      Standard histories of the Internet, however, are full of claims that certain individuals (and teams) in the ARPAnet environment and other large companies in the 1970s and 1980s “invented email.”

      For example, the familiar “@” sign, early programs for sending and receiving messages, and technical specifications known as RFCs, are examples of such false claims to “email”. But as some claimants have admitted, even as late as December 1977, none of these innovations were intended to emulate the paper-based mail system – Inbox, Memo, Outbox, Folders, Address Book, etc. Sending text messages electronically could be said to date back to the Morse code telegraph of the mid 1800s; or the 1939 World’s Fair where IBM sent a message of congratulations from San Francisco to New York on an IBM radio-type, calling it a “high-speed substitute for mail service in the world of tomorrow.”

      VA Shiva Ayyadurai Provides Proof of his Invention of Email
      A copy of code sample in Wired magazine showing V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai’s invention of email in 1978.

      The original text message, electronic transfer of content or images, ARPANET messaging, and even the “@” sign were used in primitive electronic communication systems. While the technology pioneers who created these systems should be heralded for their efforts, and given credit for their specific accomplishments and contributions, these early computer programs were clearly not email.

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      1. @artaxes

        rfc524, rfc561 are pertinent.

        ” His papers, documenting the invention of email were accepted by Smithsonian Institution”

        You may want to consider, what the Smithsonian has to say on the issue:
        https://americanhistory.si.edu/press/releases/statement-national-museum-american-history-collection-materials-va-shiva-ayyudurai
        Then again, you will likely not want to read that the museum did not claim that Ayyadurai was “the inventor of email,”

        He determined that the essential features of these systems included functions corresponding to “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts”, “Memo” (“To:”, “From:”, “Date:”, “Subject:”, “Body:”, “Cc:”, “Bcc:”), “Attachments”, “Folders”, “Compose”, “Forward”, “Reply”, “Address Book”, “Groups”, “Return Receipt”, “Sorting”.

        That passage claims these headers as inventions by Shiva. Let us see how this holds up to the truth.

        RFC680 of April 30, 1975 already defines TO: FROM: IN-REPLY-TO DATE: SUBJECT: CC: BCC: and defines the split into head and body. I find it astounding, how Shiva wrote an RFC that does not bear his name even three years before his invention of EMAIL. I am wowed.

        RFC 733 of November 21, 1977 revised RFC 561 and RFC 680.

        Shiva wrote a seemingly clever, userfriendly program, using already invented transport protocols and well-established message and header syntax. Kudos to him. From all I can see it was a remarkable feat for a boy of his age. However, it does not make him the inventor of said protocols or the syntax, which make out the substance of what E-Mail is.

        Do you have more to contribute than just copy a vanity page, artaxes?

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        1. @marmoewp
          Boy, you have problems with facts.

          YOU SAID:
          “rfc524, rfc561 are pertinent.

          ” His papers, documenting the invention of email were accepted by Smithsonian Institution”

          You may want to consider, what the Smithsonian has to say on the issue:
          https://americanhistory.si.edu/press/releases/statement-national-museum-american-history-collection-materials-va-shiva-ayyudurai
          Then again, you will likely not want to read that the museum did not claim that Ayyadurai was “the inventor of email.”

          RESPONSE:
          Completely irrelevant. Shiva does not claim that the smithsonian claimed he was the inventor of email. He only claimes that his papers were accepted by the Smithsonian.

          YOU SAID:
          He determined that the essential features of these systems included functions corresponding to “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts”, “Memo” (“To:”, “From:”, “Date:”, “Subject:”, “Body:”, “Cc:”, “Bcc:”), “Attachments”, “Folders”, “Compose”, “Forward”, “Reply”, “Address Book”, “Groups”, “Return Receipt”, “Sorting”.

          That passage claims these headers as inventions by Shiva. Let us see how this holds up to the truth.

          RFC680 of April 30, 1975 already defines TO: FROM: IN-REPLY-TO DATE: SUBJECT: CC: BCC: and defines the split into head and body. I find it astounding, how Shiva wrote an RFC that does not bear his name even three years before his invention of EMAIL. I am wowed.

          RFC 733 of November 21, 1977 revised RFC 561 and RFC 680.

          RESPONSE:
          Stop misrepresenting what other people say.
          Nowhere does the passage claim that these headers were his inventions.
          It’s not that hard to come up with those fields inependently when you analyse a real world paper mail system. That’s why being wowed is a sign of cluelessness.
          What Shiva DOES claim is that he was the first to implement all the cited fields in a program. Go ahead. Name a program that did this.before. Since you accuse him of making false claims.the burden of proof is on you.

          YOU SAID:
          Shiva wrote a seemingly clever, userfriendly program, using already invented transport protocols and well-established message and header syntax. Kudos to him. From all I can see it was a remarkable feat for a boy of his age.

          RESPONSE:
          Only someone who is clueless could write this
          Inventing a new kind of a userfriendly application and implementing it by writing 50,000 lines of code in Fortran is a remarkable feat for any age.

          YOU SAID:
          However, it does not make him the inventor of said protocols or the syntax, which make out the substance of what E-Mail is.

          RESPONSE:
          Here we go again. Shiva never claimed that he was the inventor of those protocols.
          The fact that you have the need to resort to the logical fallacy of the strawman argument again and again shows only the weakness of your arguments.
          When Apple invented the iPhone all the underlying technologies and protocols were already in existence and yet Apple created something completely new and userfriendly, revolutionizing the phone. All modern smart phones are practically improved variations of that iPhone.
          Same goes for Email which implemented for the first time all features that can be found in modern Email systems. The existing protocols and technologies that an application uses are secondary. From the user perspective it is much more important WHAT an application does and not HOW it does it.
          Another example is Visicalc. The mathematical basis and the technologies were already existant when the Visicalc spread sheet was invented. It allowed for the first time to do powerful spread sheet calculations in a userfriendly way.

          Bottom Line:
          Dr. Shiva’s claim is at least as legit as the claim for Tomlinson.
          Your statement “(a) False claim to fame” is therefore false.
          Which makes you a lousy factchecker.

          YOU SAID:
          “Do you have more to contribute than just copy a vanity page, artaxes?”

          RESPONSE:
          Completely irrelevant.

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          1. @artaxes
            I have attacked Dr. Ayyadurai’s claim to the invention of e-mail in a quite aggressive tone and you replied in kind. I am sorry for introducing this tone in the first place. I have had a look at his website and found it unconvincing. You quoting it to me will not change my mind, so allow me to back out of this discussion with a quote from the manual that he copyrighted in 1982 and a recommendation for further reading.

            After nearly three and a half years of development, I recently finished a program called EMAIL which allows one to send and receive mail via the HP 1000 computer system. Most of the code was written during my sophomore and junior years in high school and during the high school summer holidays. The past two years have involved quite a bit of testing and the addition of some new features. EMAIL consists of five programs and some several thousand lines of code. I, personally, feel EMAIL is as sophisticated as any electronic mail system on the market today.

            It is apparent from the copyright application, that “recently” is recently in the timeframe of 1982. It is also apparant, that there were other electronic mail systems established on the market by the time Dr. Ayyadurai had finalized his product. I found the articles on techdirt.com on the subject very informative and recommend to have a look at them as a counterbalance to Dr. Ayyadurai’s self-promotion site.

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          2. @marmoewp
            It’s OK. I welcome your change in tone and I will try to do better myself.
            Seems that Tom’s positive influence brings the better sides of you and me into the open.
            I visited the site you’ve linked to and I was not entirely convinced either. There is still a lack of information, especially about the mail program they are talking about in the article, to make a final determination.

            This topic is still hotly debated and you will find a ton of websites arguing one side or the other.
            Each side accuses the other of playing dirty and each site is giving examples and citing “evidence”.
            Shiva has an article from a paper dating october 1980 and writing about an “electronic email system with enough sophistication for immediate practical use at the college and commercial potential.”
            Anyway, both the claims that Tomlinson invented email and that Shiva invented email are disputed.
            That’s why I said that he has as much of a claim than Tomlinson has.

            Had you merely stated “Shiva’s claim is disputed” I could not and would not have objected because that is a completely factual statement.
            I will not actively pursue this topic further but If I come across new information I will certainly reconsider.
            I wish you a nice weekend.

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      1. Marmoewp

        Thanks for your question “which States?”

        . I checked into HR2722 Bill in 2019 and it appears the House Bill never did pass to require all States to hold paper ballots for 22 months.

        H.R.2722 – 116th Congress (2019-2020): SAFE Act | Congress.gov | Library of Congress

        What is even more interesting in my opinion is the link below in 2018 that warned of foreign tampering of US election and lists the five States that do not have a paper trail ballot.

        “Why it matters: Intelligence officials are warning that Russia will try to influence the 2018 elections and these states’ election officials and state legislatures are in various stages of considering ways to get new election equipment on the books. But they might not come in time for the primaries that begin this March, or the midterms this fall.”

        The five states without a paper trail of votes – Axioms

        If you watched the Mike Lindell video, the above Intelligence Officials fear has obviously become aa reality and any States that have no paper trail ballots have no way to verify the election in their State.

        Does that make you wonder about the truth of the USA elections, you decide?

        In my opinion, the USA needs to wake up about the comatose state of Congress to not have minimum voter standards for all States to verify election fraud.

        And to confirm my own reservations of the truth of the 2020 elections to rely on computer coding without a paper trail minimum period of time to verify fraud is madness and folly.

        Regards and goodwill blogging.

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  2. Ok.. I watched the idiotic presentation. As I said.. Lindell is hardly the guy to be the lone wolf crying in the darkness with information only he (and his “kind”) know and understand. More to the point… Trump had been setting up “fraud” long before the election results. Makes no sense at all.

    Check this excellent reporting from CNN.. a far more reliable source than Pillow Guy. I challenge YOU to watch this. Both parts total only 15 min viewing time.

    https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2021/02/06/trump-big-election-lie-for-the-record-part-1-brown-nr-vpx.cnn

    https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2021/02/06/trump-big-election-lie-for-the-record-part-2-brown-nr-vpx.cnn

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          1. Doug,

            If you study the court cases you will find that the Courts that threw out the cases is because of various reasons or requests ror more time to provide the evidence.

            One example is that Supreme Court decided States have no legal standing to question other States.

            As I stated, it takes time money and energy to provide evidence from computer records which rely on coding instead of paper ballots.

            Some courts did allow time and that is why the Supreme Court has decided to review the allegations of fraud.

            Regards and goodwill blogging.

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          2. @Graybeard

            How disingenious can you get?!?!? The lawsuits you hawk about were lawsuits about procedure, most of them closed (way) before election day. They dealt with stuff like whether or not applications for mail-in ballots could be prepopulated with the required personal data or not. NONE of the cases that your linked article is based upon is part of the slew of lawsuits by Guiliani and others, alleging massive voter fraud, the ones Doug is talking about.

            http://wiseenergy.org/Energy/Election/2020_Election_Cases.htm

            How stupid do you think others to be? Just make shit up and hope the others won’t check and be stunned into silence? Despicable.

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          3. Perhaps the despicable was Trump himself dreaming all this garbage up before the election… then dreaming up fraud after he lost… then his base refusing to believe in their wildest imaginations that Trump, the Messiah, could actually loose an election (recall he didn’t win the popular vote in 2016?) that they looked around for reason to explain it that fit their narrative of conspiracies galore.

            The truly despicable is all the Trump minions answering Trump’s call into storming the Capitol thinking they could interfere with the Constitution. Very likely the Senate GOP.. in their ongoing pro-QAnon gutlessness, will not vote against Trump in the trial… but for sure there’s is going to be a case to the American public to be presented. History will write the rest of the story. Trump has been and always will be a loser of a president.

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          4. Once again,

            Trump Won Two-Thirds of Election Lawsuits Where Merits Considered

            https://www.theepochtimes.com/trump-won-two-thirds-of-election-lawsuits-where-merits-considered_3688543.html?utm_source=morningbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2021-02-08

            and

            SCOTUS Schedules Election Fraud Cases For Feb 19

            https://conservativedailypost.com/scotus-schedules-election-fraud-cases-for-feb-19/

            The legal action is still in play including the case in Michigan.

            Rand Paul made an excellent case for the need to investigate the issues that have been raised.

            Get over your hate obsession with Trump and think more about how to protect the republic from harm including from those that are manipulating the election process.

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          5. “Trump Won Two-Thirds of Election Lawsuits Where Merits Considered”

            Trump himself, as well as inspiring others to engage in lawsuits in order to find all the fraudulent votes.. so they could be tossed his way and thus take the win away from Biden. He and his minions slammed as many suits against the proverbial wall to see which might stick. You are trying to “celebrate” a small segment, and I suppose even small wins can be important when the other case deficiencies are so high. . Now.. to best assign the results of those wonderful, albeit miniscule, wins, about how many votes did these successful wins shift over to Trump? Or.. were these more along the lines of procedural process changes? Were any of these actually determined to be fraud rather than some procedural incorrectness? Did vast numbers of conspiratorial people get tossed into jail as a result of these “wins”?
            Now, I have no idea what those numbers might be… but like with most everything Trump people dredge up, there’s context they always fail to consider.

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          6. @graybeard

            “Once again,

            Trump Won Two-Thirds of Election Lawsuits Where Merits Considered”

            Do you actually read what you link to instead of just the headline? I seriously doubt it. Where do you think I got that spreadsheet from that I linked to?!?!? It is the very spreadsheet that Droz published and which is the basis for the article. Follow the link to the spreadsheet, look at the cases and tell me, whether those are the cases of alleged voter fraud filed after the election, the ones the Doug was talking about.

            From YOUR link:
            Droz and a team of volunteers dug through court filings and legal minutiae to track down 81 lawsuits that were filed in connection with the Nov. 3, 2020 presidential election. The lawsuits were tracked on Droz’s publicly available spreadsheet that was current as of Feb. 6.
            Click on “spreadsheet”. READ! Make use of the grey matter between your ears.

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  3. Tom.

    I watched an hour of the presentation and am now even more concerned that the Supreme Court fast tracks and hears the lawsuits before the 22 month requirement States must hold the original ballots.

    After watching the show, the hand counts of every ballot must be done in my opinion in every State. i fintend to watch the balance late.

    However, the Supreme Court must set up minimum rules to be followed to verify ballot signatures to be implemented in every State and then compared to the original tallies..

    ‘Sad’ is no longer the word to resolve this issue, in my opinion.

    ‘Must do’ is the words.

    Anyone who ever has had computer coding experience regardless of political leanings is well aware of how data can be manipulated by adding variables into the coding..

    Mike has done what most voters cannot do because of the huge amount of time and money it takes to compile the information he has presented.

    Why anyone in government office can ignore his information is beyond comprehension.in my opinion.

    Regards and goodwill blogging.

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  4. Generally speaking, I tend to watch/read something that might be of a controversial subject based on the perceived credibility of the author/presenter. In this case I will likely not watch his video because of just that. I personally believe Lindell should stick to pillows as he know absolutely nothing about what he drivels on about as he worships Trump. We already knows he echoes Trumpian lies. He’s an idiot. Am I afraid on learning “HIS” truth about how he perceives life should be for me? Nah.. I can see this clownish buffoon is good only as being a false prophet on any subject outside of pillow making. I’ll be one of those who will likely not watch this, thus falling into your category of “don’t waste my time”.

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    1. You are, of course, aware, that each and every recount of the ballots came to the same result (within expected margin of error) as the automated count, and that the number of ballots matched the records of how many votes were cast.

      So whatever steal you or anyone else is alleging, please tell me how Dominion is supposed to have shoveled millions of votes from Trump to Biden?

      ————————-

      When it comes to the trustworthyness of Russel James Ramsland Jr. of the “Allied Security Operations Group”, that would be the same RJ Ramsland who in this affidavit claimed over-votes in many Michigan precints. However, the precints he cites as belonging to Wayne County are actually located in Minnesota.

      Click to access gov.uscourts.gand.283580.7.1_2.pdf

      And even for those he got the numbers wrong, I checked.
      https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/election-results/2020/2020-general-election-results/2020-precinct-results-spreadsheet/
      Ramsland must have used
      a) preliminery numbers and
      b) calculated turnout as (votes cast)/(registrations – election day registrations). I have pointed out braindead stupidity like that before on this blog.

      Anyway, that is the kind of evidence you base your allegations of voter fraud on.

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      1. It is clear from the totality of the data presented in the video, including pages from the user manual, how votes were manipulated both locally and globally. The information in the Time Magazine article describing the coordinated attack to ensure Trump did not win when coupled with the description of the data analysis from the machines makes it quite clear votes were changed. Regardless of one’s political views, we cannot accept less than an accurate and valid election system. The packet analysis log showing traffic from outside the country is particularly troubling. We know the CCP was doing all it could to replace Trump.

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        1. The charts Lindell is presenting in the beginning are taken from a PDF posted by Lin L. Wood around Jan. 5 on Twitter. That PDF also contains the claim:

          WHAT WE KNOW: HIG HL IG H TS (continued)
          • Attacks on American Soil
          – Destroying Evidence: AT&T’ s Nashville facility was attacked by a weapon, most li kely to
          destroy evidence and data which would reveal election fraud in Georgia. The official
          narrative perpetrated by the mainstream media is being rigidly enforced by every
          powerful institution in the country. Did it ever occur to them to simply ask: “When is the
          last time the FBI solved any crime in 48 hours?”

          Just wanted to make sure you know everything you are expected to believe as a good Trumper. I think it’s a bit inconsiderate by Lindell, not to let you in on everything.

          That would be the same Lin L. Wood, by the way, who has claimed that Justice Roberts had something to do with the death of Justice Antonin Scalia and that Jeffrey Epstein is still alive.

          I just want to make sure, that you have a good idea of who you put your trust into, to tell you the truth and nothing but the truth.

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          1. Thank you for your thoughts. As it turns out I am an independent that wants assurances that our republic can at least depend on a secure and valid voting process. Both parties have let and are letting the country down. What I want is knowledgeable law enforcement authorities to do their job. What I see is denial, superficial claims of no fraud when we know that is not the case, and serious attempts to squelch any attempt to question the validity and security of the voting system.

            Using a middle system hack to capture packets, flip the votes, and return the results back is a trivial hack. Changing the error rate so that electronic ballots have to be processed manually and can be flipped is, unfortunately, possible with the machines. Feeding in blank ballots to force a manual correction is possible. Feeding in the same ballots multiple times is possible. Sufficient evidence has been presented to demonstrate that the voting system was and is not secure.

            Ignoring all the internal control weaknesses that allow illegal paper ballot manipulation adds to the problem. Folks were arrested in this election for election fraud. How many more are unknown and should be arrested? Saying that no irregularities have been found, means that they are there, they just haven’t been discovered.

            The efforts to deny, hide, squelch, intimidate, and disinform those that want the truth and transparency is totally inappropriate in supposedly a country that has free speech.

            None of the denials I have read thus far are sufficient for me to have faith in the security and accuracy of the existing voting system and procedures. I would hope all Americans would want those assurances.

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          2. I suppose you’re right. I should default to a guy who makes pillows and does all he can to suck up to Trump and Trumpian nonsense.
            The interesting observation about all that… Lindell has done something Trump has never done… he’s built a manufacturing company from the ground up that actually creates a product that has demand. Lindell’s idiotic affinity for following Trump aside, he’s accomplished within the free market system. The best Trump can offer is real estate speculation… screwing banks and not paying his bills.

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          3. @graybeard:
            Of course, there is voter fraud! Duh!
            https://www.heritage.org/voterfraud/
            The _relevant_ question to ask, however, is: At what scale? Rampant enough to change the result of an election?

            Did you have a critical look at Lindell’s arguments? Or do you just lap them up and accept them as the truth and nothing but the truth? Have you perhaps checked, what Gabriel Sterling had to say about those Georgia numbers from Lin Wood, reguriated by Lindell? If you should have no clue, who Sterling is, look him up.

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“The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few" Luke 10:2

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A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you ... John 13:34

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Welcome to Conservative commentary and Christian prayers from Gainesville, Virginia. That's OUTSIDE the Beltway.

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"Let Us Live Lives Extraordinarily"

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Heal the past. Free the present. Bless the future.

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The place where you can find out what Lillie thinks

He Hath Said

is the source of all wisdom, and the fountain of all comfort; let it dwell in you richly, as a well of living water, springing up unto everlasting life

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WHENEVER ANY FORM OF GOVERNMENT BECOMES DESTRUCTIVE OF THESE ENDS (LIFE,LIBERTY,AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS) IT IS THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO ALTER OR ABOLISH IT, AND TO INSTITUTE A NEW GOVERNMENT...

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This WordPress.com site is Pacific War era information

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Daily Thoughts and Meditations as we journey together with our Lord.

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