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A Collection Of Cut-Price Listings Illustrates How Crazy Frenzied Markets Had Become

A report from Mortgage News Daily. “Extremely serious delinquencies, those loans 150 days or more past due, reached historically high levels in August. Corelogic said the rate of delinquencies among those loans spiked to 1.2 percent, the highest level since at least January 1999, which we assume is the limit of the company’s records. CoreLogic said this surge was likely due to large volumes of delinquencies moving in tandem through the pipeline.”

“Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist at CoreLogic said, ‘This was the highest rate in more than 21 years and double the January 2010 peak during the home-price bust. The spike in delinquency was all the more stunning given the generational low of 0.08 percent in March and April.’ Loans meeting the more traditional measure of serious delinquency, 90 or more days past due including loans in foreclosure, now include 4.3 percent of active mortgages, up from 1.3 percent in August 2019. This is the highest serious delinquency rate since February 2014.”

“Every state and nearly every metro area logged an annual increase in overall delinquencies during the month. States with popular tourist destinations again showed the highest increases, with Nevada (up 5.3 percentage points), Hawaii (4.9 percentage points), New Jersey (4.6 percentage points), Florida (4.5 percentage points) and New York (4.4 percentage points) topping the list for gains.”

The Tampa Bay Times in Florida. “Florida continued to rank high for its delinquency rate, with the fourth-largest increase from the same time last year: 5.02 percentage points, to arrive at 15.19 percent of loans past due. Nevada came in at No. 1, followed by New Jersey and Hawaii. The fact that both Nevada and Hawaii were included near the top led Richard Buttimer, dean of the University of North Florida’s Coggin College of Business, to suspect a loss of tourism as a culprit for Floridians’ difficulties.”

“‘A lot of homes in Florida are rental homes and with the decline in tourists because of the pandemic, my guess is some of those folks are stressed,’ he said.”

The Columbus Dispatch in Ohio. “Two new reports suggest that a wave of foreclosures is threatening to land on homeowners in Ohio and throughout the U.S. In Ohio, 3.8% of homeowners were at least 90 days behind on their loans, more than double the 1.6% from the previous August, according to CoreLogic. A separate report, by the foreclosure and real-estate information service RealtyTrac, suggests that pandemic-related foreclosures have already started, despite the moratorium.”

“The number of homes that have been the subject of some sort of foreclosure filing — a default notice, bank repossession or auction notice — jumped 20% in October from the previous month, RealtyTrac found. ‘It’s a little surprising to see foreclosure activity increasing in spite of the various foreclosure moratoria that are in place,’ Rick Sharga, executive vice president of RealtyTrac, said. ‘It’s likely that many of these properties were already in the early stages of default prior to the pandemic, or are vacant and abandoned, which makes them candidates for expedited foreclosure actions.'”

The Wall Street Journal. “Amid the pandemic-plagued New York City real-estate market, a luxury penthouse condominium has gone into contract for $35 million. The unit sold for its full asking price despite less-than-favorable market conditions because it was priced more reasonably than its competitors at other high-end buildings across Manhattan, said Miki Naftali, a veteran real-estate developer. ‘I could have asked $50 million for this penthouse and then negotiated it down, but I don’t like to do that,’ he added. ‘I like to be realistic.'”

“The number of home sales in Manhattan dropped by more than 46% in the third quarter compared with the same period a year earlier, according to a recent report by Douglas Elliman. For luxury homes, which represent the top 10% of sales, transactions were down by almost 47% compared with the same period last year. There are now 34.5 months of supply of homes currently on the market based on the current pace of sales, compared with 22.4 months last year.”

The New York Post. “For companies looking for impossibly cheap Midtown sublease space, now’s the time to pounce. How cheap? Would you believe $25 per square foot on a prime stretch of Park Avenue? That mind-boggling low rent is what high-profile public-relations firm 5W is paying at 299 Park Ave. under a sublease from MarketAxess Holdings, which moved to 55 Hudson Yards. Real-estate firm Keller Williams is said by brokerage sources to be paying less than $20 psf — a figure we couldn’t confirm — at 99 Park Ave., where the asking rent was reported by the Real Deal in July as $52 psf.”

“The avenue’s ‘going to look like a shadow of itself until people start going back to their desks,’ an executive of a longtime tenant said. ‘There are only about 50 people going to work at 299 Park every day, which is the same at lots of buildings, and not just on Park Avenue.'”

From Mortgage Professional America. “The events of this year will have a lasting impact on the real estate market, according to a new white paper from Lima One Capital. MPA recently chatted with Robert Neely, director of marketing for Lima One. MPA: Lima One also warns in its white paper of a possible spike in pandemic-related evictions and foreclosures as moratoriums expire. Could that spell trouble for investors?”

“Neely: Eviction moratoriums and foreclosure moratoriums are fine, but eventually somebody’s got to get paid. Eventually, for the system to work, it’s got to get caught up. It’s just a question of where the stress point is. Say a blue state says, ‘No evictions until 2021.’ If you’re a landlord that owns two single-family rentals, and one of them stops paying, you’re probably going to end up unable to pay your own loans.”

The DCist in Washington DC. “Landlords and real estate industry stakeholders fiercely oppose expanding rent control. Some of the city’s biggest landlords testified Monday that it will drive investment out of the city, sink property values and slash much-needed tax revenue as D.C. recovers economically from COVID-19. ‘There could not have been a worse time to consider sweeping legislation of this type than during the economic catastrophe we’re facing from the pandemic,’ said John Ritz, president of WC Smith, which controls nearly 10,000 apartment units in the District.”

“‘Anything that will that will stifle my ability to increase rent gradually, should I face any hardship, will cripple me and honestly put me in a position of foreclosure in about no time,’ testified real estate investor Rody Damis, a member of newly formed trade group the Small Multifamily Owners Association.”

“As the debate rages on, housing providers say they can’t withstand any new restrictions on rental income, as the pandemic risks driving urban apartment dwellers out of D.C. — an existential threat to their business. ‘Remote working during the pandemic has made it abundantly clear that people no longer need to be in the city’ WC Smith president John Ritz said in testimony. ‘The outmigration has already begun.'”

The Capital Fax Blog in Illinois. “Gov. Pritzker’s 30-day eviction moratorium expires at the beginning of next week. From a press release: Rent collections in the month of September were significantly lower than usual. The industry standard for a safe level of rental collection is 95% payment of full rent, but the NBOA survey showed that only 54% of respondents had received that amount. Alarmingly, 29% of respondents indicated that their rent collections were below 85%, which is considered the industry threshold for profitability. As such, it is likely that about one-third of respondents are losing money on their buildings.”

“The problem is worse on the south side of the City of Chicago and in the south suburbs. On the north side of the City, 51% of respondents indicated their rent receipts met the industry standard, but on the south side it was only 34%. The survey also measured the availability of vacant units, finding that 42% of respondents reported a vacancy rate of more than 6%, which is just at the edge of a safe level. Alarmingly, 21% of respondents indicated a vacancy rate of 11% or higher. At this level, housing providers face additional financial burdens due to non-productive units (which may be on top of units paying reduced or no rent). Half of respondents said they had residents who were refusing to communicate with them.”

The South Seattle Emerald in Washington. “Renters across Washington state have existed in a kind of financial and legal limbo since mid-March, when Governor Jay Inslee issued the first statewide eviction moratorium. Inslee has extended the moratorium four more times, most recently in October, when he set a new expiration date of December 31. The Rental Housing Association of Washington, which represents rental property owners and has been critical of the eviction moratorium, argues that the sale or move-in exemption provides a necessary escape hatch for the smallest landlords.”

“Kyle Woodring, RHA’s director of government affairs, says the RHA has been hearing from ‘more people working through the process of selling their property’ than usual, because their income (from rent or other sources) has dried up and ‘they need to get some cash out of that property.’ ‘It’s easy for local governments and state governments to protect tenants, and much harder to protect people who pay mortgages and the lending institutions, because those are generally federally regulated,’ Woodring said. ‘Short of giant bailouts, I think we’re going to see more and more people looking to sell.'”

The Los Angeles Times in California. “A new California law aims to reduce the transfer of properties to investors. The new rules apply to one- to four-unit properties sold at foreclosure auctions. If an investor wins one of those homes at auction, then people who want to live in it, as well as nonprofit organizations and government entities, get 45 days to submit competing offers. There is a chance of additional liens on the property that could raise questions over who is the true owner, leaving the buyer vulnerable to litigation. It could also be impossible to inspect a house for defects before buying it, especially if someone still lives there.”

“The buyer would be responsible for carrying out any necessary eviction. ‘I am aware of clients who bought foreclosed properties in the Central Valley that were money pits,’ said Maeve Elise Brown, executive director of Housing and Economic Rights Advocates.”

From TRNTO in Canada. “As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it has begun to impact the real estate market in a negative way, or at least one part of it — condos in downtown Toronto. The downward trend in this sector of the market has led some to sell their condos in a hurry — and in some cases before the building has even been built. Jas Takhar, the co-founder of real estate agency REC Canada, said that some are ‘definitely’ offloading their condos as the market heads into an uncertain future. ‘I think there are people who are fearful right now,’ he said. ‘They’re not long term investors. They’re making a short-term decision.'”

“The sellers might have bought the property on speculation, thinking values would continue to increase, but then the pandemic hit, Takhar said. ‘Their confidence [in the market] is very low,’ he said. Adding to the dilemma is the sharp drop in rental prices for downtown condos to the tune of approximately 20 per cent, according to Takhar, due to an increase in supply as some residents have made the move out of the downtown core altogether.”

The Telegraph on the UK. “Fancy living in a Shoreditch penthouse for a third off? How about a steep discount on the rent of a skyscraper on the Thames? The economic fallout and psychological impact of the pandemic and lockdowns has put London’s rental market into freefall – with tenants in the driving seat, and landlords at risk. The effect of this is stark. Daniel Farey-Jones, a freelance journalist, has been collecting listings of London rental properties where prices have been slashed by a quarter or more.”

“Take a two-bedroom flat in Primrose Hill complete with a sauna and concierge, down 25pc to £2,578 a month. But if you look closer, his collection of cut-price listings simply illustrates how crazy London’s frenzied rental market had become. Of course these sky high rents could not be sustained, particularly in a period of deep economic crisis. he glut of properties available has been partly caused by some Londoners escaping to the country, but the main explanation is the dearth of international visitors due to the pandemic and the short term Airbnb lets that have flooded the long-term market.”

“According to estate agency Chestertons, those now looking for somewhere to live are mostly tenants who are ‘seeking a better deal than they currently have.’ Put aside the economic disaster caused by the pandemic, and there hasn’t been a better time to be a tenant for years. The nature of the market now means that the power lies with them. Not only can they get a cheaper deal, they can secure a good landlord and shun properties in bad conditions that previously they may not have been able to. And while supply is high and there is little new demand, rents could continue to fall.”

The Sydney Morning Herald in Australia. “The exodus of international students due to the COVID-19 pandemic has cost Sydney’s economy $2.5 billion as small businesses go quiet and rental properties remain empty. New modelling from Victoria University’s Mitchell Institute shows the number of international students living in Australia will halve, dropping by up to 300,000 by mid next year, if international borders remain closed. The research estimates this will result in a $10.7 billion annual loss to the broader national economy.”

“About 80,000 overseas students are estimated to have already left NSW due to the pandemic. Small businesses along Anzac Parade in Kingsford are among those struggling to survive as a result of lost trade. Kingsford has, so far, lost about 2840 international students and Kensington has lost about 2000. The report shows international student visa applications, where the applicant is outside Australia, have dropped by 80 to 90 per cent since the same time last year, suggesting there is little pent up demand.”

“The owner of Glory Printing on Anzac Parade in Kingsford, Pang Gunawan, said it was the quietest he had seen in the 27 years running his printing business. Before the COVID-19 pandemic students were lining up outside. ‘It’s totally dead now,’ he said. ‘This is the worst ever, in my experience. We’ve had a 75 per cent drop in business. It’s very stressful.'”

“Sam Karatasas, principal of Raine and Horne Kingsford, said properties that were rented for about $600 were now renting for $200 less ‘because the international students aren’t here.’ The Mitchell Institute data shows rental vacancy rates have increased by more than eight per cent in Kingsford, Kensington, Redfern, Chippendale, Macquarie Park, Pyrmont, Ultimo and by more than 12 per cent in the Haymarket area.”

“Domain data also shows rental vacancies have increased and rents have fallen by more than eight per cent in Kingsford and Kensington, more than 15 per cent in Pyrmont and Haymarket and by more than 10 per cent in Chippendale since last year.”

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  1. The Mechanics Behind the Electronic Vote Steal Operation

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/OJrljwQFcIvc/

    https://twitter.com/tom2badcat/status/1325126091460268032

    https://archive.vn/KPwUa

    Michigan @ 45:20. And on. 5 out of 5 states.

    Another poster added:

    ‘At 31:30 in the video, he explains how Trump was comfortably ahead in all the 5 key battleground states, and suddenly all 5, AT THE SAME TIME, quit counting and went offline for 3 hours.’

    ‘Then when they came back, suddenly there were massive numbers of found votes and were all for one candidate and one candidate only (Biden). Statistically impossible.’

    1. Pedo joe is thee.real.jeebus, cuz he can miraculously produce many hundreds of thousands of votes at 4 AM when he couldn’t fill a phone booth at rally’s the day before.

      ‘Guidance issued by the Wisconsin Elections Commission resulted in municipal clerks filling out missing witness addresses on absentee ballot certificates, contrary to the plain language of the state law, according to Michael Gableman, a former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice. Wisconsin’s statute requires each absentee ballot to be accompanied by a certificate signed by a witness who must write down his or her address. “If a certificate is missing the address of a witness, the ballot may not be counted,” the law states.’

      ‘The Wisconsin Elections Commission appears to have disregarded the statute when, in October, it formally instructed clerks and election officials across the state to take it upon themselves to fill out missing addresses on mail ballots by looking up their information in the voter registry or through other “reliable information.” “This is not at all what the law directs,” Gableman, who worked as a poll watcher in Milwaukee on Nov. 3 and witnessed the addresses in red ink, told The Epoch Times. “The law says that if the witness address is missing under the witness signature, it’s a spoiled ballot or invalid ballot.”

      https://www.theepochtimes.com/wisconsin-elections-panel-guidance-led-clerks-to-fill-out-witness-addresses-contrary-to-state-law_3573213.html

      1. Odds are that when the proverbial “bottom of the barrel” is being scraped for additional voters the likelihood of having to cope with the functionally illiterate increases. Hence, the curators in this piece.

        1. You’re asking us to quantify the unquantifiable, Oxide. What is unknowable to the average Joe Six-Pack is the extent of the electoral fraud, and the robustness of the operation that orchestrated it. Also, the degree of complicity among those who are supposed to ensure the integrity of our electoral processes and institutions of governance.

        2. What’s your definition of succeeding? Proving fraud significant enough to change results? Or actually staying in office for 4 more years?

          It appears that enough irregularities have been found already to tip at least one Congressional race back to the R side.

          1. I’ll call it a “success” if there is enough evidence to trigger a full hand-recount of all the votes in the states of suspicion. All the dead-people votes, duplicate votes, and 3 a.m. manufactured votes must be identified and tossed, and NO software used for switching or losing votes.

            If Biden wins after that, I won’t complain.

        3. I grew up in tough town. When confronted by a bunch of bullies, the first course of action is not to ponder yer chances of success. Rather, you kick em in the nuts. And when they bend over in agony (and they always do) you round house their beano.

          I never went around looking for a fight. And we didn’t do this. It was done to us.

          1. “Did you happen to grow up in Queens?”

            TBFB, come on man! Think he has said the bay area and if my short term memory serves me well, which it probably wont, same hood as Too Short.

          2. I grew up in a north Texas oil town, as red neck as you could imagine. Those rig workers drank beer and fought in that order.

        4. Slim. Most of the lawsuits, including the new one filed in Wayne County today, lack meaningful allegations backed by good evidence. Affidavits with hearsay and speculation aren’t gonna carry the day.

          If there is evidence from the election night war room SCIF showing fraud or manipulation, where’s it at?

          Here’s an exchange between a PA court and an attny for the Trump campaign:

          THE COURT: In your petition, which is right before me — and I read it several times — you don’t claim that any electors or the Board of the County were guilty of fraud, correct? That’s correct?

          MR. GOLDSTEIN: Your Honor, accusing people of fraud is a pretty big step. And it is rare that I call somebody a liar, and I am not calling the Board of the DNC or anybody else involved in this a liar. Everybody is coming to this with good faith. The DNC is coming with good faith. We’re all just trying to get an election done. We think these were a mistake, but we think they are a fatal mistake, and these ballots ought not be counted.

          THE COURT: I understand. I am asking you a specific question, and I am looking for a specific answer. Are you claiming that there is any fraud in connection with these 592 disputed ballots?

          MR. GOLDSTEIN: To my knowledge at present, no.

          THE COURT: Are you claiming that there or improper influence upon the elector to these 592 ballots?

          MR. GOLDSTEIN: To my knowledge at present. no.

          1. Additional part of the exchange:

            THE COURT: Does it make a difference whether a claim of irregularity or technical noncompliance with the election code is made with or without an accompanying claim of fraud or improper influence?

            GOLDSTEIN: It does not. I mean, to claim the technical defects are immaterial, which is in some sense some of the thrust of what the DNC argued, is really to misperceive what is going on in the election code. The election code is technical.

      2. So is this part of the lawsuits? Some of this seems pretty clear-cut. And how are they going to separate out all the ballots where the staff filled out addresses?

        1. And how are they going to separate out all the ballots where the staff filled out addresses? Handwriting? Ink color? Use of White-out? Whatever the method, it sounds like it will be extremely tedious and time-consuming.

      3. Pedo joe is thee.real.jeebus, cuz he can miraculously produce many hundreds of thousands of votes at 4 AM when he couldn’t fill a phone booth at rally’s the day before.

        Uh-oh, now ya’ done it. I anticipate long screeds of unintelligible drivel forthcoming, interspersed with copious emojis and misplaced punctuation.

        1. I anticipate long screeds of unintelligible drivel forthcoming, interspersed with copious emojis and misplaced punctuation.

          That’s what the Joshua Tree extension is for.

      4. Wisconsin was slam-dunked into Biden’s haul immediately, though the margin is tiny, while North Carolina remains uncalled even though DJT has a massive lead. Their motives are so transparent.

        The oligarch-owned media decided they would call everything they could for Joe Biden early to give the appearance of a runaway win and support the false numbers, while simultaneously attacking the President for trying to organize a “coup” when he questioned the fraud, even though he is legally in charge.

        1. cf. Virginia, where Biden was declared victor with 1% of the vote counted. That early call is a product of 2016, where Virginia wasn’t called for Clinton until 2-3 hours after the polls closed. In fact it was the very late call for Virginia which tipped me off that Clinton wasn’t going to do as well as everyone said she would. They didn’t want to make that mistake again.

      5. McEnany Announces 234 Pages of Affidavits Alleging Election Irregularities in Michigan

        “They’re alleging—this is one county, Wayne County, Michigan—they are saying that there was a batch of ballots where 60 percent had the same signature,” she told host Sean Hannity. “They’re saying that 35 ballots had no voter record but they were counted anyway, that 50 ballots were run multiple times through a tabulation machine.”

        ‘McEnany also shared details of another affidavit where a woman alleged that “her son was deceased but nevertheless somehow voted.”

        “These are one of many many allegations in one county, and a county no less, where poll watchers were in many cases threatened with racial harassment, they were pushed out of the way, and Democrat challengers were handing out documents, how to distract GOP challengers,” she continued. “These are real, and anyone who cares about transparency and the integrity of the system should want this to pursue to the discovery phase.”

        https://www.theepochtimes.com/mcenany-announces-234-pages-of-affidavits-alleging-election-irregularities-in-michigan_3574334.html?utm_source=news&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking-2020-11-11-1

        ’50 ballots were run multiple times through a tabulation machine’

        A hand recount/audit would clear this up quick.

    2. The front page of the New York Times website is headlined “The Times Called Officials in Every State: No Evidence of Voter Fraud.”

      1. Yup, I just saw that. I remember seeing the news of that water main break when I was watching TV on election night and thinking it was SUS AF. I recall that they then said, “Oh, they’ve decided to count all night anyway.” Yes, our intrepid election counters. 🙄

    3. A friend of mine is spending his 3rd winter living out of his van in the southwestern deserts. Talked to him today by phone. He is going to a Trump rally in/near Lake Havasu, AZ today.

  2. ‘This was the highest rate in more than 21 years and double the January 2010 peak during the home-price bust’

    But be sure to rush out and stick yer head into this buzz saw.

    1. “The owner of Glory Printing on Anzac Parade in Kingsford, Pang Gunawan, said it was the quietest he had seen in the 27 years running his printing business. Before the COVID-19 pandemic students were lining up outside. ‘It’s totally dead now,’ he said. ‘This is the worst ever, in my experience. We’ve had a 75 per cent drop in business. It’s very stressful.’”

      Live by the sword, die by the sword

    1. Honolulu pols want all new high rise buildings to have much less parking so their car less utopia can be achieved. New mayor is also going to not clear the homeless from public places, I guess they run the show now. City just cleaned out 190 tons (!) Of stuff from one encampment in the past few weeks.

      .1% of incoming tourists who opt for covid testing are positive. Mask laws getting more draconian at the same time. State still hasn’t spent 30% of its Cares act money, although I read one county bought a rock climbing wall for the local mall while the beaches that are off the tourist maps are homeless tent cities. Brilliant!

      1. New mayor is also going to not clear the homeless from public places, I guess they run the show now.

        This is going to do wonders for the tourism biz.

    2. “He just stared, unwaveringly, and kept tapping at his wrist. Time’s up, he seemed to mean. For me? For everyone? I moved past him as quickly as I could. This was 2014, not really that long ago. I moved to Brooklyn eight years ago.”

      This guy was afraid of someone hanging out on Schemerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn in 2014? Is he kidding? My daughters were free to take the train there in 2004 and 2006, at age 12, if there was a reason to go there.

      When I moved to Brooklyn in 1986, after Jay Street downtown almost everyone on the F train to southern Brooklyn was White, and almost everyone on the A/C to eastern Brooklyn was Black. Now there are Whites and Blacks, and a whole lot of browns, on all the trains. And as a result the crime rate has — plunged.

      The big problem with Brooklyn was how much the rents soared. The pandemic seems to be solving that problem, as people who really shouldn’t be living here if they don’t like cities, leave.

  3. “Extremely serious delinquencies, those loans 150 days or more past due, reached historically high levels in August. Corelogic said the rate of delinquencies among those loans spiked to 1.2 percent, the highest level since at least January 1999, which we assume is the limit of the company’s records.

    Don’t imagine the situation got any better in September and October. Considering mortgages are the last payments that people stop making once they run into financial hardships, this is a leading indicator of another financial crisis, even though Old Yellen said this wouldn’t happen “in our lifetime.”

  4. ‘those now looking for somewhere to live are mostly tenants who are ‘seeking a better deal than they currently have’

    That’s the spirit!

  5. “Every state and nearly every metro area logged an annual increase in overall delinquencies during the month. States with popular tourist destinations again showed the highest increases, with Nevada (up 5.3 percentage points), Hawaii (4.9 percentage points), New Jersey (4.6 percentage points), Florida (4.5 percentage points) and New York (4.4 percentage points) topping the list for gains.”

    Is that a lot?

  6. Aurora, CO Housing Prices Crater 12% YOY As Foreclosures And Inventory Surge Across Colorado

    As a noted economist suggested, “Why buy a house when you can rent one for half the monthly cost. Buy it later after prices crater for 70% less.”

  7. ‘A new California law aims to reduce the transfer of properties to investors. The new rules apply to one- to four-unit properties sold at foreclosure auctions. If an investor wins one of those homes at auction, then people who want to live in it, as well as nonprofit organizations and government entities, get 45 days to submit competing offers. There is a chance of additional liens on the property that could raise questions over who is the true owner, leaving the buyer vulnerable to litigation. It could also be impossible to inspect a house for defects before buying it, especially if someone still lives there’

    California: always making a bad situation worse! Oh well, unintended consequences and all that.

    ‘The buyer would be responsible for carrying out any necessary eviction. ‘I am aware of clients who bought foreclosed properties in the Central Valley that were money pits’

    But UHS say red-hotcakes?

    1. “California: always making a bad situation worse!”

      It’s made its way North. It’s still to early to call it a “shining moment” from the local Portland elections, which again passed nearly every measure that would cause taxes to increase, but at least the queen of killing small-time investors in the commissioners’ office was shown the door on election night.

      Rent control, a fee per unit to fund bureaucracy to oversee “rental-housing initiatives,” reimbursement for tenant relocation, etc, etc.

      Others were complicit but she was the ringleader on many, if not most.

  8. ‘It’s totally dead now,’ he said. ‘This is the worst ever, in my experience. We’ve had a 75 per cent drop in business. It’s very stressful’

    Says he’s going to have to lay everybody off. But are you safe? That’s all that matters isn’t it?

    1. When your economy is utterly dependent on Chicom students, and the PRC in general, something is seriously wrong.

      They should places signs at their ports of entry that say: “Welcome to the Commonwealth of Australia, a wholly owned subsidiary of the People’s Republic of China.”

      1. When China perceives that the correlation of forces favors success, I suspect they’re going to launch their own “Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere” like Imperial Japan did in the 1930s. Thanks to the technology transfer facilitated by treasonous globalists and their Quislings, I suspect the day isn’t far off when they use military force to seize more resources and “living space” from regional neighbors like Australia, where they will find plenty of willing collaborators.

        Tomorrow, When the War Began Official Trailer (2010)

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KaX0F8GojI

  9. ‘There could not have been a worse time to consider sweeping legislation of this type than during the economic catastrophe we’re facing from the pandemic,’ said John Ritz, president of WC Smith, which controls nearly 10,000 apartment units in the District.”

    Hey John, look around. You’re deep in Bolshevik territory. What the hell were you thinking, “investing” in 10,000 apartment units in The Swamp?

    1. Ok, I predict like 2009, the bail outs will go to the mortgage/investors . It’s obvious that a crash is beginning.
      I’m hoping Trump prevails, but there were a lot of bribes promised by Biden/Harris such as paying off Gov backed loans. Rigged systems, than bail them out and charge it to the taxpayers. The Looters are than made whole again by the corrupted Gov.
      The Globalist that are aligned with China, as the crooked China Joe is, will stop at nothing to control the economics of the World. The ambition of what they are doing is along the lines of Hilter wanting to rule the World, no different except it isn’t a military operation.
      These power mongers are enemies of America and the Dem Party is in bed with them. Globalist Republicans are also in bed with this.

      Trump had so many forces of the treasonous Swamp again him that I don’t think he even knew how deep it went. Amazing how he was able to accomplish so much with this level of enemy from within and without.
      Nothing that Trump did was other than pro American .policies.

  10. “‘Anything that will that will stifle my ability to increase rent gradually, should I face any hardship, will cripple me and honestly put me in a position of foreclosure in about no time,’ testified real estate investor Rody Damis, a member of newly formed trade group the Small Multifamily Owners Association.”

    This world is full of tragedy and pathos, Rody. Your situation, however, rates no sympathy. Die, speculator scum.

  11. Live Not By Lies

    Alexander Solzhenitsyn

    Solzhenitsyn penned this essay in 1974 and it circulated among Moscow’s intellectuals at the time. It is dated Feb. 12, the same day that secret police broke into his apartment and arrested him. The next day he was exiled to West Germany. The essay is a call to moral courage and serves as light to all who value truth.

    http://www.orthodoxytoday.org/articles/SolhenitsynLies.php

    1. “Things have almost reached rock bottom. A universal spiritual death has already touched us all, and physical death will soon flare up and consume us both and our children—but as before we still smile in a cowardly way and mumble without tounges tied. But what can we do to stop it? We haven’t the strength?

      We fear only to lag behind the herd and to take a step alone-and suddenly find ourselves without white bread, without heating gas and without a Moscow registration.”

      That second paragraph is a good summary of the Social Credit Score system that the globalist pigmen have planned for us.

      1. That second paragraph is a good summary of the Social Credit Score system that the globalist pigmen have planned for us.

        The globalist Pigmen are dusting off the playbook that served them so well when they orchestrated the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution and consolidated their collectivist ideology that would dominate half the world.

      2. 401
        ” Social Credit Score System”
        I was reading up on that Social Credit Score System planned and it freaked me out.
        It’s all about the modern tech way of controlling and punishing people and keeping them in line. A more advanced form of 1984 .

        It’s not even a law and order thing, it more of a compliance thing to their total control . Complying rats in gear of getting the electrical shock.
        And for these things to be used for this sort of evil is mind-blowing. It’s so anti life and anti freedom, anti productive.
        I have been getting the impression that they think they can replace some labor with robots, therefore replacing the need for labor that they so much hate.
        These mad hatters think that the cattle are a necessary evil that they would like to get rid of. Will the meek inherit the earth or will it be these evil Hilter like devils playing God,?

      3. We fear only to lag behind the herd and to take a step alone-and suddenly find ourselves without white bread, without heating gas and without a Moscow registration

        Here it will mean losing your corporate/.gov job, losing the house and the SUV’s.

        1. “losing your corporate/.gov job”

          I wasted over a decade of my life chasing that carrot.

          Debt is slavery. I’m not going to get too specific because doxxing trolls lurk, but I worked with a foreman / journeyman electrician who later got promoted to project manager, about side jobs, writing bids, self-employment.

          Between his day job, side jobs, and his wife’s job, they were making cheddar stack dollars for Colorado but still barely keeping up with their level of (mostly voluntary) consumption. If I was making that kind of money today I’d be retired within five years.

          Life is better when you have zero debt and work in an occupation that doesn’t try to police #WrongThink.

      4. It would be natural to vote them out of office—but there are not elections in our country.

        Nor in ours, evidently, unless you count sham elections where the globalists and the Democrat Quislings make sure your vote doesn’t count.

    2. That evil AOC is already calling for punishment for Trump supporters.
      We don’t punish people in America for voting for a Party in a election , yet these vicious anti American operatives are acting like Hilter and Stalin. It’s shocking really. The fake media not calling it out. Total suppression of the Joe Biden treason proof . Lack of arrests on the treasonous Russian Hoax that trails to Biden, Hilary and Obama and higher ups in FBI, CIA and the Justice department.
      They are the bad guys, not Trump and his voters .
      I would assume that a certain percentage of these dopes are just brainwashed dumb asses that don’t know they are sowing the seeds of destruction of US. Useful idiots in their own demise.
      Unreal, must be stopped.

      1. That evil AOC is already calling for punishment for Trump supporters.

        I’m sure the corporatist old guard Dems are trying to figure out how they can get her, and her ilk, to shut up. Unfortunately, the DNC future belongs to radicals like her

    1. In the news media footage Biden’s expression reminded me of OJ Simpson’s surprise after hearing the “not guilty” verdict, e.g., blank pallor, not the warm confident smile of an honest person.

  12. Regret to inform you, corrupt corporate Democrats, but your days are numbered as the radical left you created with your identity politics and open borders is on the march. In sheer ruthlessness and corruption, as well as adherence to Marxist-Leninist ideology, they are going to outflank and purge the aged white liberals from the posts they’ve clung to in the party. I for one am going to enjoy the increasingly bloody infighting as evil battles evil. Got popcorn?

    Democrats’ infighting over ‘defund the police’ movement heats up as AOC, ‘Squad’ refuse to back down

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/democrats-black-lives-matter-defund-police

    Some Democrats in Congress have tried to distance themselves from anti-police rhetoric following the party’s underperformance in last week’s elections, but left-wing activists and lawmakers are intent on pushing the party even further to the left.

    Justice Democrats, a far-left group aligned with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., was one of four left-wing groups who signed a memo Tuesday urging Democrats to embrace Black Lives Matter, which has called for slashing funds to police departments across the country.

    1. Indeed. The world’s moderates always put-down their radicals once the dirty work has been accomplished; here at home it’ll be long prison sentences.

    1. This is not the time to see no evil, and if anything it’s more extensive than apparent. A attitude that this couldn’t happen in America is sticking the head in the sand. It was done in steps.
      I remember even Bush Senior making this one World Order talk during his term but it was ambiguous what the hell he was talking about.
      Than you have Bill Clinton with his sell out that furthered Globalist and rigged markets. Clinton’s Agenda 21 was a not voted on agenda of a sustainable earth program. In summary ,it was to move the populations to 6 major city locations, with top down control of resources. I think this morphed into the Green New Deal BS. Now it by medical control being thrown in with lockdowns.
      Just unreal.

        1. I was listening to the local community radio yesterday, which is even more insane than NPR and two women were talking about how they are happy about this pandemic because its cutting down on travel and people travel too much and its destroying the planet along with white supremacists. I kid you not. One woman was saying she was hesitant about any vaccine because in the past native peoples have gotten sick and even died from vaccines. Its all whiteys fault!

    1. There’s no escape in the modern world other than living below you means and avoiding debt. The GDP pie is shrinking in size, and these masters of the universe will have to adapt accordingly.

    2. So, in effect, they want to punish those who are reducing their carbon footprint. Will St. Greta point an accusatory finger at them while shrieking “How dare you?” I didn’t think so either.

    3. “The $48 billion raised could pay for a $1,500 grant to the 29 million workers who cannot work from home and earn under $30,000 a year,” said Luke Templeman, of Deutsche Bank.

      And I’m sure that Deutsche Bank will happily take its cut of that $48B

  13. Great short piece by Molly McCann, Of Counsel with Sidney Powell, P.C., defending Lt. General Michael T. Flynn.

    http://www.mollymccann.com/the-democrats-want-to-forcibly-remove-trump-from-office-before-election-day/

    Even if Trump had lost, he is the duly elected President of the United States until noon on January 20th. But, as we discussed yesterday, he has not even lost the election yet. Every honest observer knows that Pennsylvania is almost certain to settle in the red column after the ballot issues are fully sorted. Arizona and Georgia haven’t even fully tallied their votes, and each will go to a recount. Framing Trump as this dangerous imposter is deliberate and dangerous.

    We are in the midst of an ongoing attempted coup. It’s been ongoing since 2016—since Donald Trump was elected. The intelligence community wants Trump out and it has from the start. If you’ve followed the General Michael Flynn case in the past year, you know this already. What Obama, Clinton, Comey, Biden, Brennan et al did was nothing short of an attempt at a bloodless coup.

    In the months leading up to this election, many people warned of a coming Color Revolution. A Color Revolution is a type of regime change model favored by elements of our national security community—especially for use in Eastern Europe. A chief characteristic is an engineered, contested election scenario that undermines the legitimacy of the vote, sparks mass protests, and leverages the media to spread the false narrative that will accomplish the end goal, i.e. spread the narrative that effectuates the regime change we are seeking. Sound familiar? But, no one’s plans ever go off without a hitch, and the rigged election has now become a problem for the Democrats. We are in a race to uncover the fraud, and Brennan clearly wants to kick it up a notch—oust Trump early because he is “dangerous.”

  14. If by rare chance that ChinaJoe and The Ghetto Ho occupy the Whitehouse, I think they’ll arrive at the conclusion that running for POTUS was the worst decision they’ve ever made.

        1. The NYT link is bad, The Donald site is too crazed, and the Edison data only shows Biden catching up a little.

    1. What am I looking at? More importantly, has the Trump campaign seen this and filed suits or called for investigations?

      Pennsylvania
      Switched 220,883
      Lost 941,248
      Virginia
      Switched 12,163
      Lost 789,023
      Minnesota
      Switched 2766
      Lost 195,650
      North Carolina
      Switched 0
      Lost 15

    2. The “lost” votes category is very interesting. We know it wasnt just a matter of adding fake votes to Bidens column or transferring votes from Trump to Biden but also disappearing votes from the Trump column. Trump likely blew this election out, hence his tweet that he won by a large amount. Every single data point of fraud points to this conclusion and Trump probably knows EXACTLY how well he did and its just a matter of rounding up the evidence and crushing the libscum in court and then in the streets. MAAAAGGGAAA!

      1. I was out running errands today in my navy blue county and saw a car with wax on the back window “Donald, you’re fired!”

        2000 and 2004 were very close elections. Both times, the election was originally called for Bush, both times the call was questioned, and both times the original call held. If Trump pulls this off, it will be a political upset almost greater than what we saw in 2016. Have we ever had a Presidential election where the original MSM call was directly reversed?

        1. If Trump pulls this off, it will be a political upset almost greater than what we saw in 2016.

          I don’t see it as “Trump pulling it off” so much as the rule of law prevailing. We are dealing with a massive conspiracy that makes Watergate look like a warm-up act. The reason I have my doubts about it happening is because the corruption is too deep. They’ve infiltrated every level of government and have the entire media and oligarch-controlled world governments on their side.

          1. People, for the most part, are blabbermouths. Eventually someone will leak it. Too many people involved to keep it under wraps forever.

  15. ” .. bloodless coup.”

    They threw in a little bit of blood with the Commie Looters who did kill and injure people. A lot of cops injured and killed also. Yet this was called peaceful protests. I guess this is done to make people think that unless you give into them your City will burn.
    This was definitely a military type execution of fear mongering and threat to law and order, allowed and supported by the usual suspects, under the false narratives of racism, white privilege etc.
    Making it look like they were ready to bounce if Biden wasn’t elected. Major Big money donating to BLM .

    These masterminds must of studied the rise of Hilter because these methods are so close. Dem Governor’s and Mayor’s allowing this nonsense, having the Police stand down.
    Unreal, just unreal. This is a opportunity in history to stop a repeat of history .

      1. Redpilled,

        I think they started a lot of surversive movements in the form of higher education, in the early 50s

        1. I binge-watched History Channel’s Hunting Hitler a year or two ago and got the sense that Nazism wasn’t defeated but rather went underground. What we’re witnessing today supports that theory. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

          1. wasn’t defeated

            The term is an abbreviation for Socialist (National Socialist) in German. Defeat of this “absolute rule of the many by the few” ideology could never, should never, be considered a once and done thing.

            Is the rise of Democratic Socialism in the US a different mode of the control struggle?

  16. You’d think that the oligarch-owned fake news media would have been smart enough to award Alaska and North Carolina to Trump long ago. Instead, North Carolina sits undecided in spite of Trump’s massive lead as clear evidence of their operation of fraud and deceit.

  17. The cryin’, pissin’ & moanin’ ’bout the 2020 loser 🍊.jesus, soundin’ more & more like a bunch of 7&8 grader “sad.kids” whose favorite bully.pal lost the student.body election. (Sad) …🍿🍺

    1. Sounds like you’re ok with “software glitches” and “switched and lost votes.” You like fraud, huh snowflake? Anything to get that bogeyman out of your head.

      What do you think of Pedo Joe’s kiddie sniffin’. Anything bother you about that?

    2. Our blog host has decided that his blog, that he owns, will allow discussion of reports of election fraud, and the legal challenges against it. This isn’t Reddit, this is the HBB.

      Nobody is forcing you to read this blog, you can always go back to Reddit and take your lack of grammar and punctuation with you.

    3. Just don’t expect any sympathy when yer fake election results are overturned.

      BTW, this Jesus stuff is insulting. Nobody talks down to you like that.

      1. Do you really think the MSM call will be overturned? Are the court cases airtight enough? Rip says the corruption is too deep, which is what I’m thinking too.

        1. ‘the MSM call’

          These are the same Russia-Russia clowns. I ignore them. The certified results matter.

          I wanted to start looking into this fraud because the globalist corporate media put out a blackout on any speech or mention of fraud. All of them. One would wonder how this can be in this country? That all of these super powerful giant corporations (CNN is a flea on a dogs a$$) are saying talk of fraud is verboten? Any critically thinking person would conclude that then, of course, there must be fraud. Since when is free speech dangerous? It’s not. Resorting to that tells you they know they are hiding something.

          1. I was just looking at the electoral map, and the path is not that hard for Trump. If he could (did) win AZ, GA, NC, and the fraud in PA was to the extent it looks like it was, he’s in. That doesn’t even take into consideration WI which he’s very close in and where a recount with any evidence of fraud could easily go his way.

          2. My understanding is that in Michigan, you have to be within 1% to request a recount. But doesn’t that assume that any errors are random and unintentional? If Trump can give sufficient evidence of fraud, suddenly tens of thousands of votes are in question. Wouldn’t that trigger a recount even if the difference is more than 1%?

      2. “BTW, this Jesus stuff is insulting. Nobody talks down to you like that.”

        Lo$t.in.tran$lation … “thee.🍊jesus”, lower case j, as in orange.joe, Knot uppercase as in the Sacraments of Jesus … But relating to the “cult.like.following” of “True.Believers” as outlined by Eric Hoffer

        Iffin’ ya listen carefully & unconcerned … the tones of the posters “reasoning” you see that their “music” is the space between the note$.

        dtRumpsis Chaostica Trantrumois, is same this day (to.me), as he was on Jan 20th 2017, but perhaps wearing less “truth.cloth”, no surprise @ all really.

        1. cult.like.following

          That’s what I mean. It’s insulting and you know it and all this other crap is your opinion.

          Why do you care? It’s just a few people talking about stuff. It’s not vulgar, it’s discussion. We get it, you don’t like most of us. If you don’t like what’s here, go somewhere else.

          1. Balance in discussion, nothing more.

            Did knot say it was “vulgar”, your words.in.my.mouth.

            Eye respect you far to well to do so, & you know that.

            Eye love the dialogue here, much to ponder & still learning!

            An again “crap” as my opinion? Don’t recall myself ever calling yer opinion: “crap”, knot even x1 (or anyone’s really, just provide a compare & contrast example.)

          2. “Haz NEwun evur told yew two drag yer ass?”

            Quit bee’in such a E. Haskell, what upset that yer Motel 6 got rid of “continental.breakfa$t?, sad.to.be.you!

          3. “We get it, you don’t like most of us.”

            Fal$e assertion!

            yer.POV.Point vs counter.point

            Eye think$ y’all a $well HB.B gang including yer political pontification

            Chief Bird.in.hand: “what if eye told you the feather of thee.RIGHT wing & the feather of thee.LEFT wing were from thee $ame.bird?

      3. Eye was thinking after all these years (15.fer.myself) yer blog was more like a balancing teeter -totter, rather than wack.a.mole!

        “Nobody talks down to you like that.”

        What? … a sample from just above^^:

        rip
        November 11, 2020 at 3:25

        You like fraud, huh snowflake? Anything to get that bogeyman out of your head.

        1. “The cryin’, pissin’ & moanin’ ’bout the 2020 loser 🍊”

          2020 losers

          Faith in Mainstream and Local media

          Free and fair elections

          Small Business

          Rule of Law

          Feel free to add to the list.

          1. “The cryin’, pissin’ & moanin’ ’bout the 2020 loser 🍊”

            This actually made me laugh out loud. This guy has been ranting and raving with TDS for 4 years straight, yet he can’t handle election talk for a couple weeks? Hahaha!

          2. Feel free to add to the list. 👌

            “Someone found a razor blade in an apple 🍎.”

            Tell Charlie Brown & Linus & thee.entire America Nation that Halloween has been cancelled!

            (Sad)

          3. “One 2012 study by Pew found there were close to two million dead people still on voter rolls around this country. The study also found that approximately 24 million voter registrations — that is, one out of every eight in America — were either no longer valid or they were significantly incorrect. Close to three million people in America had registrations in more than one state.”

            Ballots should only be cast by people who filed a current year tax return with the IRS, which would solve the above problem.

          4. Requiring a tax return for voting is unconstitutional, as IIUC the only requirements for voting is age 18 and being a citizen. In-person voting is the easiest way to solve the dead voter problem.

          5. tax return with the IRS

            There are plenty of living citizens who do not owe any Federal Income Tax. This suggestion is akin to only calling property owners citizens.

          6. “In-person voting is the easiest way to solve the dead voter problem.”

            The piece indicated that covid-19 meant that ballots were sent everywhere in large numbers to not currently registered voters.

            “There are plenty of living citizens who do not owe any Federal Income Tax.”

            Indeed. But we still file regardless due to existing retirement accounts and our medical insurance.

      4. BTW, this Jesus stuff is insulting. Nobody talks down to you like that.

        You have shown him unmeasurable patience. Were this my blog, the ban hammer would have come out a long time ago.

    4. Sir Hwy……Might thou possess a looking glass (emoji) upon which to gaze at thy righteous magnificence?

      1. Join.thee.club, they need all the help they can get.

        Unlike, thee.🍊jesus, ( “Xi & China say eye have really big brain!” ) … no need for endorsements solicited by myself.

        Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching is cherished for it’s ability to suggest, rather than command a way to find one’s path to beauty, goodness, and high quality of life.

        The best leaders are those their people hardly know exist.
        The next best is a leader who is loved and praised.
        Next comes the one who is feared.
        The worst one is the leader that is despised …

        The best leaders value their words, and use them sparingly.
        When they have accomplished their task,
        the people say, “Amazing!
        We did it, all by ourselves!”

        A great nation is like a great man:
        When he makes a mistake, he realizes it.
        Having realized it, he admits it.
        Having admitted it, he corrects it.
        He considers those who point out his faults
        as his most benevolent teachers.

        ✌🍇🍷

  18. https://twitter.com/GenFlynn/status/1326652430847766529: There has been a toll of blood & treasure that cost America to maintain our constitutional republic for almost 250 years. On this Veterans Day, we cannot allow this sacrifice to go in vain.

    w/ embedded tweet https://twitter.com/AOECOIN/status/1326396193631559685:
    #Breaking #BreakingNews
    🚨💥🚨💥🚨💥
    #Dominion Instruction Manual shows how to:
    -Hack it’s software
    -Feed it “test stacks” with only Biden marked
    -Can those be counted as legitimate results? YES.
    -Were they? YES.
    -Can Purge ENTIRE BATCHES of #Trump votes.
    AND THEY DID ALL OF IT

  19. This article is from a few weeks ago, and it’s really depressing.

    The hidden Covid-19 health crisis — Elderly people are dying from isolation:

    “The effort to shield elderly, frail and disabled residents from the coronavirus has created another wrenching health crisis: The confinement meant to protect the most vulnerable is also threatening their lives.

    “The isolation is robbing them of whatever good days they have left — it accelerates the aging process,” Joshua Uy, associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, said.

    “You see increased falls, decrease in strength and ability to ambulate. You see an acceleration of dementia, because there is no rhythm to your day. There isn’t a single part of a person’s life that isn’t affected.”

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/hidden-covid-19-health-crisis-elderly-people-are-dying-isolation-n1244853

    1. I sprang my big sister from her assisted living facility which has mostly been locked down since March. During that time I could call her on the phone, or drive up to her ground floor window and talk to her by phone while looking at her. But she finally had to see her doctor face to face on Monday, a delightful day thankfully. After that I got her some takeout at a restaurant – only I went in, and then we went looking for a picnic table. Didn’t find one, so we found a Metro Park “reservation” with only walking trails & grass. I found a big towel in my trunk for her to sit on, and we also fed a squirrel with bits of banana nut bread. She enjoyed all this immensely. However, getting her up off the grass was a big effort. I had a hiking stiff, which helped her a little, but not enough. Finally I looped my right arm under her left arm and pulled almost straight up. I was thinking of calling 911 for help, fortunately that wasn’t necessary. She was like this when she was still living “independently” so I can’t say her leg weakness is any worse than when she moved into assisted living.

      1. “She enjoyed all this immensely”

        reality check for most of us who arent actually in “lock down”. this whole flu thing effects us all differently and i have compassion to those like like your sister or our parents or grandparents who are really imprisoned by all this and gratitude for the freedom i get to have going out. I need to think of this when im out and about and get angry i have to put my chin diaper on.

      2. I helped my very heavy neighbor get up off the ground last year. He was laying on his back. I got him to roll over on his stomach and draw one knee up under himself and then onto all fours. Then his arm around my shoulder and it was all four of our legs working in the same direction to stand up. It worked. I couldn’t ever have lifted him just with my arms.

        I think an hour of freedom in the sunlight is worth countless days lying in a bed.

  20. Another deranged CNN lib regular gets the axe from his company for his disgustingly perverted actions.

    Jeffrey Toobin Fired by The New Yorker Following Zoom Call Incident

    On Oct. 19, it was revealed that The New Yorker had suspended Toobin after he exposed himself on a Zoom call with New Yorker staffers and the radio station WNYC. According to Vice’s tech news website Motherboard, Toobin was allegedly masturbating during the call.

    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/jeffrey-toobin-fired-yorker-220959463.html

    1. We knew that would happen. At first he was just “suspended” until they could get him out of the news cycle. Now he’s gone.

      Well, according to Celebrity Net Worth (great site), he’s 60 years old and worth $10 million. Plenty enough money to set himself up with a very good internet connection and some nice video games. $10 mil might even be enough for one of the cheaper Seekers of Arrangement.

      (and I don’t know about yous guyz, but the sight of my co-workers is much more a turn-off then a turn-on.)

      1. It’s even more important that a stolen election be corrected because of Biden/Harris wanting to change the Traditional America so much.
        Commie programs , bail outs, giving up our borders, taking away oil, being Pro China, paying for ilegals and giving amenesty, taking guns, packing Courts, adding States, lowering voting age on and on, reversing everything Trump did, Green New deal .
        I mean how ambiguous a agenda that would dismantle America, but we should let this stolen election stand.
        These nuts have really come out with a Extreme change agenda, that you shouldn’t get by a rigged election. Some of the agenda would cause such irreparable harm that it can’t be considered just a run of the mill election.

        The fact that other Countries are thrilled with a Biden win is evidence they don’t like America looking out for itself like Trump promoted. It reaches a point you can’t carry the World, as in the Book ATLAS SHRUGS points to.

    2. Not trying to create an image here, but was he an exibitionist on that zoom call, how would they know what hw was doing

      1. Too late; image created. 💀

        In the initial reports, Toobin got busy after the call had ended and he had forgotten to turn the camera off. This report says he was busy during the call, which brings up some different scenarios.

    1. On twitter last night there was some posts regarding a few tech wizards who did some “wardriving” around portland during the riots. Basically they set up ad hoc wireless networks which these antifa clowns unknowingly connected to. Guess you gotta text buffy the meet up location before you head over to the fed courthouse to try and burn it down and throw bottles of urine at cops because theyre bastards protecting that patriarchy, y’know.

      Then the wizards computed network graphs showing the connections between people and the amount of communication each received, thereby ferreting out who the organizers/big dogs are. Graphics were made by 4 chan and linked to various people; its the usual filthy commies and perverts you would expect. One character that stuck out like a sore thumb was a middle aged chinese lawyer who supposedly practices both in the US and Hong Kong. Portland State U seems like it needs to be burned to the ground and the earth salted at this point.

      The tweets were deep sixed by Dorsey and co but the info might still be available on a threadreader page somewhere.

    1. Yup, I just saw the YouTube go to heck in front of my eyes. First the videos were slow but the comments were okay. Then the videos didn’t load. And the whole thing just crashed.

      1. I went to “downdetector” to see if it was just me or something bigger. There were over 20,000 angry comments already. Haha.

      2. By the way, I’m not sure if it’s related but I’ve been having really bad cell phone coverage all day, and I use my cell as a hotspot. I wasn’t even able to do it much of the day.

          1. Call me a tinfoil hatter, but it’s looking like a trial run to deep six all communications platforms at once, including cell phones.

        1. Mr. Obvious covers this here, about two minutes in:
          Biden’s Covid Chief Plans NATIONAL LOCKDOWN For 6 Weeks, Huge DDoS Cyber Attack STUNS YouTube • Nov 12, 2020
          youtube.com/watch?v=ZKARZX5OHP8
          Poor kid’s channel was demonetized yesterday. He’s a recent college grad with health problems and no luck finding a job, so YT $s were keeping him somewhat afloat.

        1. Sorry Ben, YouTube is down the tubes at the moment.

          I just went to 7 major news websitesand 100% of above the fold is “Trump is abandoning his day job, Biden pushing on with transition.” Not a word about YouTube being down.

    2. “Youtube is down across the entire globe right now.”

      Geez, eye’m sitting’ in front of fire, reading Elephant Company with a delicious red blend🍷 …

      (actually, being digitally deprived of videos might.bee’$ a wonderful thing, expect for someone needin’ help with the auto repair or garage door opener … Hmmmm)

  21. Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai Shows How Vote “Glitch” Moved Trump Votes to Biden

    by Adan Salazar
    November 11th 2020, 5:20 pm

    “As precincts increase with a higher percentage of Republicans, greater percentage of Trump votes are transferred to Biden,” a Powerpoint presentation explains.

    In other words, “The MORE the precinct was Republican, the more percentage of Trump votes are transferred to Biden in that precinct.”

    Watch Dr. Shiva’s analysis below:

    https://www.infowars.com/posts/bombshell-dr-shiva-ayyadurai-shows-how-vote-glitch-moved-trump-votes-to-biden/

  22. When eye was knee.high.to.a.grasshopper, in the cowboy movies, they was called: Savages!

    NATIONAL
    New Memorial Recognizes Generations Of Military Service By Native American Veterans

    NPR / November 11, 2020

    After 25 years in the making, a new monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., opens on Veterans Day — the National Native American Veterans Memorial.

    “It’s an article of faith in Indian country that Native Americans serve at a greater rate than basically any other group,” said Kevin Gover, the director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and a citizen of the Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. He said the steel ring sculpture over a carved stone drum will become hallowed ground.

    Native veterans are hoping to sanctify the site whenever it becomes safe to travel.

    Alan Karchmer/National Native American Veterans Memorial

    “When people bring their memories and bring their prayers to a place, they make it sacred,” he said. “We wish for this to be a sacred place, not just for Native Americas, but for all Americans.”

    “My ancestors were warriors. Rain-in-the-Face who fought in the Battle of the Little Bighorn or Greasy Grass that they called it,” says Marcella LeBeau, a 101- year-old former Army nurse. “My father was a Spanish American war veteran. My brother, oldest brother was a veteran. All down the line.”

    ‘Hoping recognition of Native service will be nationwide’

    LeBeau is a citizen of the Two Kettle Band, Cheyenne River Sioux. She recalls hearing a constant barrage of German “buzz bombs” during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II, while she worked as a surgical nurse at the 25th General Hospital in Liege, Belgium, just miles from the front.

    “To me it was a great honor,” she said — and one recognized by her tribe when she returned home to South Dakota. With the memorial, she’s hoping recognition of Native service will be nationwide

    1. I will laugh loud, I will laugh long, and I will laugh hard when they start subtracting votes and states from Biden.

        1. This from a “divided” Supreme Court!

          unanimous = The definition of unanimous is a situation where all parties involved are fully in agreement and there is no dissent.

          Chiafalo was a unanimous ruling of the court, affirming the lower court’s decision that states may enforce the pledge of an elector in the presidential election;

          Chiafalo v. Washington

          Chiafalo v. Washington, 591 U.S. ___ (2020), was a United States Supreme Court case on the issue of “faithless electors” in the Electoral College stemming from the 2016 United States presidential election where the Court ruled unanimously that states have the ability to enforce an elector’s pledge in presidential elections. Chiafalo deals with electors who received US$1,000 fines for not voting for the nominees of their party in the state of Washington. The case was originally consolidated with Colorado Department of State v. Baca, 591 U.S. ___ (2020), a similar case based on a challenge to a Colorado law providing for the removal and replacement of an elector who does not vote for the presidential candidate who received the most votes in the state, with the electors claiming they have discretion to vote as they choose under the Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution. On March 10, 2020, Justice Sonia Sotomayor recused herself in the Colorado case due to a prior relationship to a respondent, and the cases were decided separately on July 6, 2020. Baca was a per curiam decision that followed from the unanimous ruling in Chiafalo in favor of the state.

          1. Different fact pattern and issue in this election. If the vote disputes aren’t resolved by December 8, the Republican state legislatures may choose the electors. https://imgur.com/a/Fe6JOuW

            https://harvardlawreview.org/2020/11/chiafalo-v-washington/

            “In November 2016, three Washington electors who had pledged to support Hillary Clinton violated their oaths. Though Secretary Clinton carried the state vote, the electors cast their votes for Colin Powell. By voting for Secretary Powell, the electors hoped to encourage other electors to vote for an alternative candidate and punt the presidential election to the House of Representatives.”

          2. As we’re seeing, the voting irregularities aren’t confined to the states currently in dispute. The states in dispute have the highest likelihood of turning the election. Money and legal manpower are focused accordingly.

          3. “Republican state legislatures may choose the electors.”

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            How to $elf.hang yer$elf & knot get re.elected

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            Don’t hold yerselfs back!

      1. get my hopes up

        It’s a good thing to be sure of what you stand for in life. Nobody knows what they’ll get handed, you don’t have control over that, only how you yourself act.

        If you focus on that, your hopes will always be up.

    2. From what I’ve seen/heard the PA case looks strong. SCOTUS kicked the can down the road and it’s clanking back. IIRC, that was Jonathan Turley’s analogy.

        1. But don’t forget! Although you can take all of those drugs, do not vape! Good ol’ Kate has been trying to ban vaping while wanting to allow all of those other drugs.

          1. Because smoking and shooting meth is so much more healthy than vaping. This lib clown show is more embarrassing than words can describe.

  23. Well lookey here. Life could get interesting if the groups that have been shafted by the globalists and their Democrat minions, like truckers, decide they’ve had enough of the fraud and corruption, and start shutting down the nation’s transportation and distribution systems to show their displeasure. Empty shelves in libtard-maladminstered cities where the voter fraud was concentrated would turn to food riots in about three days. That would be poetic justice for these cesspools of sleaze and corruption.

    https://www.radio.com/wwjnewsradio/news/local/trucker-group-threatens-nationwide-strike-over-biden-electio

  24. Yep, I like J. Turkey.

    I’m trying to figure out why the Fake President would want greater lockdowns.

    A thought occurred to me that if Biden prevails they want to suppress protests from the right. They have a big protest planned in Washington DC this Sat. I heard.
    But, I wouldn’t put it past them that Biden would call for a National lockdown to stop protests against the stolen election. Calling a National curfew for 8:00 o’clock, etc. Making it ilegals to do anything but go to the store etc. With the announcement of the vaccine, doesn’t make sense to go into severe lock down.
    Than the control of information on Social media already.
    It appears that they have thought of everything that might get in their way.

    1. Doesn’t matter. If the Dems win the two seats in Georgia, that’s 50-50 and Harris will break the tie. Her first order of business will be to execute the “nuclear option,” where she and the Dems can override the filibuster rules. Then the Dems can do anything they want with a majority of both the House and Senate. The next order of business will be to pack the Supreme Court and it’s game over.

      1. FWIW, my family and I have been and will continue to wear KN95 masks until a successful vaccine is widely distributed, or the new infection rates decline across the board.

        1. I would wear kn95 masks also if I had them, but how many people have them?

          I don’t believe anything the fake news says anymore.

          1. Lowe’s Hardware about an hour away from my place has had KN95 masks for workers such as concrete and marble sanders, drywall finishers, etc., anyone who works around dust, mice feces, etc., and it says on the box, not for medical use. I don’t know anything about these trendy masks with sports logos, but I don’t trust them.

          2. If masks were really effective against a virus P100 would be recommended. N95 would not.

            It seems to me a logical disconnect, but that’s just me.

          3. I saw an P100 mask, but it had head straps, not ear straps. The KN95 is likely better than the fashion masks, and certainly better than no mask. We are just grocery shopping, post office, etc., so 0.68 on the normal distribution will work. And we don’t have any preexisting medical conditions in our household. Admittedly, the mask(s) have been 100% successful at moving money out of my bank account.

          4. it had head straps

            Yes, that is to pull the seal tight against your face. Otherwise it’s sort of like no mask at all. I wear one when I’m making wood or metal dust in my studio. I wouldn’t go to town with one on unless there was some kind of volcano eruption.

    1. I was reading about Cuomo’s new rules this morning and the national headlines that we are in a worse crisis than ever with the CCP virus.

      Then, as I sometimes do, I considered what the political aim of such things might be in the circumstance that the thing being reported is a complete fabrication.

    2. The evidence shows cases are going down in the hospitals, and more are surviving because of the meds.
      All these fake narratives and control of dispute to it now is taking away freedom of speech .
      I don’t believe for one minute that US Citizens voted against their own interest for Biden/Harris.

      The Globalist in bed with the Commies and corrupted Government and media to take over America.
      You would think that they had to make some mistakes in this power grab based on how outlandish it was. You have to have a lot of people help pull it off.
      The Commies would do whatever it would take as they are taught that the ends justify the means. Than you got the sort that a money bribe would work.
      Can’t imagine decent moderate Dems closing their eyes to it.

  25. Tucker did a story on this last night. Even though Pfizer recieved $2 billion tax payer to fast track a corona vaccine which was obviously not part of the big vaccine announcement, Big Pharma evidently still not a Trump fan after being told they would have to charge U.S. citizens the same as Canadians for prescription drugs (far less). Also, this announcement was said to be coming in late October not the first full news day after Biden was declared the winner by the MSM.

    But according to the Pfizer CEO and CNN the timing had nothing to do with politics.

    Pfizer CEO: Our vaccine timing had nothing to do with politics

    By Alexis Benveniste, CNN Business
    Updated 0124 GMT (0924 HKT) November 10, 2020

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/11/09/business/pfizer-covid-vaccine/index.html

  26. No decent Politicanl would clam they are President Elect until it had been legally called and a conceding took place also.
    If Trump loses in the Courts I’m sure he will concede at that point even knowing it was rigged. What could he do about it. I hope he prevails but the timespans are short to build a fraudulent election case.
    If they could just prove the fraud on the computers it would be great.

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