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For The Time Being, The Premium Is Not Being Realized

A report from the Boston Globe in Massachusetts. “Greater Boston Association of Realtors noted that within the City of Boston, which accounts for about one-third of the region’s condo market, sales were up just 1 percent and the median price fell 6.9 percent, to $642,500. The number of listings in Boston was up 51 percent compared with October of last year. ‘It’s a strong sellers’ market everywhere except the downtown Boston condo market,’ said Jason Gell,president of GBAR.”

From Mansion Global. “Singer-songwriter Paul Simon has shaved $2 million off the price of his New Canaan, Connecticut, property, which is now asking $11.9 million. The new price reduction goes to show the surge in home sales across southern Connecticut in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t helped sellers and price segments uniformly. At the new price, Mr. Simon is preparing for a loss on the home of more than $4 million. He bought the property in 2002 for $16.5 million, according to property records.”

The UTD Mercury in Texas. “In response to rapid student population growth and a shortage of on-campus housing, two new apartment complexes have been proposed for development just north of campus. The proposal was met with some disapproval from the community. According to the minutes from the Oct. 20 City Plan Commission public hearing, developer of Northside Brent Miller opposed the new apartments due to what he termed an over-supply of student housing. Miller said that Northside’s Phase 3 is currently at 62% occupancy, while Phase 4 is projected to be 59% leased when it opens for the fall 2021 semester.”

The Enterprise Record in California. “With a higher supply of apartments currently being built, it is uncertain if these homes can begin to narrow the housing gap that faces Butte County. ‘There’s so much inventory in the student purposed housing market,’ said Chico State’s Director of Off Campus University Housing Dan Herbert. Herbert agreed with such a low inventory of lower end complexes and so many being marketed as ‘luxury,’ it will be interesting to see if they fill up. And, he has the theory that so many higher-priced new units may actually drive down the rents on the city’s older housing.”

“‘It will be hard to believe we can handle the capacity for all these units,’ Herbert said. ‘Supply and demand will kick in. Those older properties will have to lower rents to attract or maintain their current tenants.'”

From Sonoma News in California. “Much has been made of the ‘California Exodus,’ with people leaving the state in increasing numbers to start over again in perceived greener pastures. Wildfires. Cost of living. Taxes. Politics. The reasons to go are as varied as the people leaving themselves. Gary Nelson, 83, moved to Sonoma in 1978 and for 42 years called Sonoma Valley home. But last January Nelson and his wife decamped for Austin, Texas, pushed — primarily, he said — by California’s left-leaning politics.”

“‘It got to the point where it was very uncomfortable to express myself,’ said Nelson, who sits on the board of advisors for Sonoma Media Investments, which publishes the Index-Tribune.”

“Patty Scheel has already relocated, trading her small house on Second Street East for a place 10 minutes outside of downtown Dallas. Her children live there, and that was a draw, but Sonoma had begun to lose its allure for Scheel, too. ‘It just wasn’t working for me anymore,’ Scheel said.”

“The real-estate agents Scheel interviewed told her that her place would sell fast, but so far she’s had few lookers and no offers at all. ‘The transition has been very stressful because I haven’t been able to sell the house. I listed it, and then we had triple digit temperatures, heavy smoke for two weeks, and another fire.’ Scheel dropped the list price by $200,000, and is considering another price drop if the situation remains static.”

“The steady flow of departures is taxing the infrastructure of local moving companies, with more trucks heading out than into the area. ‘I’ve twice recently had U-Haul cancel my reservation for a truck,’ Sam Ridouy told the Index-Tribune. Ridouy isn’t relocating, he said, but simply needed to move things from a storage unit to his home and has found the task complicated by truck shortages. When U-Haul called to cancel his latest reservation, the agent told Ridouy that because so many people were leaving the state, they just don’t have any one-way trucks left.”

“Tom Donahue bought his Sonoma home in 2008, after ‘living in 12 states and Europe’ and acknowledges the flip side of the California Dream. ‘Northern California’s liberal politics can conflict with owning a business and remaining profitable. Property and income taxes are higher than many other states. The homeless problem and open drug use is out of control in San Francisco and Oakland. And petty misdemeanor crimes — including car break-ins and mail theft — are not a police priority due to budget cuts.’ But the list of positives remains more compelling for Donahue and his wife, and, for now at least, they plan to stay.”

The Globe and Mail in Canada. “Suburban condo projects accounted for 65 per cent of all launches in the Toronto region in the third quarter of this year, according to Urbanation Inc. This is not the first time suburban condo development has surpassed the city’s but marks the widest margin on record. ‘Downtown Toronto projects are not seeing the same level of enthusiasm from buyers as they were pre-COVID,’ said Kash Pashootan, chief executive of Emblem Developments, which recently launched a 17-storey, 336-unit condo project in Mississauga. ‘For the time being, the premium that you pay for being downtown is not being realized,’ he said.”

“Meanwhile, the downtown office district is currently a ghost town. The office vacancy rate has been steadily climbing, as a sea of businesses put some of their space on the sublet market. Rental vacancies are up and rental prices are down in the city. As well, many owners of Airbnb units have put their properties on the long-term rental market or up for sale after tourism disappeared. That has increased supply in the downtown core, just as the market was being flooded with a stream of new condo units. The glut of condos has given some developers pause.”

From Bloomberg. “Millions of Americans expect to face eviction by the end of this year, adding to the suffering inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic raging across the US. About 5.8 million adults say they are somewhat to very likely to face eviction or foreclosure in the next two months, according to a survey completed November 9 by the US Census Bureau. That accounts for a third of the 17.8 million adults in households that are behind on rent or mortgage payments.”

“The CARES Act, signed into law last March, allows homeowners to pause mortgage payments for up to a year if they experience hardship as a result of the pandemic. Borrowers who signed up at the start of the program could face foreclosure by March.”

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s nationwide temporary suspension on evictions — aimed at stemming the spread of coronavirus — is slated to end December 31. The timing is far from ideal given millions of people are also set to lose their unemployment benefits at year-end without an extension from Congress.”

“Roughly half of households not current on their rent or mortgage payments in Arkansas, Florida, and Nevada think there’s a ‘strong chance’ of eviction by early January. This equates to more than 750,000 homes where an eviction is the biggest worry, according to the survey. By metro area, the threat of eviction is most pressing in New York City, Houston, and Atlanta.”

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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.’

    Lots of info and links here:

    https://everylegalvote.com/country

    https://hereistheevidence.com/

    https://censoredbyjack.com/channel/evidence-of-widespread-election-fraud

    https://www.deepcapture.com/2020/11/election-2020-was-rigged-the-evidence/

    From the last link:

    Example

    1. ‘”We began to look and realized how easy it is to change votes.”

      ‘Election security expert @RussRamsland
      has performed many investigations on US election machines.’

      ‘The most *shocking* thing about this interview is it took place just days BEFORE the election. Watch’

      https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1327511568993701888

      I believe this is the gentleman in the top video.

      ‘The claims of unexplained anomalies by Wayne County, Michigan, election board canvassers are validated by one renowned election fraud experts who states, definitively, that Michigan’s election results – across the state and not just in Wayne County – are a “physical impossibility.”

      ‘The examination of the Michigan voter data was performed by Russell Ramsland, the co-owner of Allied Security Operations Group (ASOG). His company specializes in detecting election fraud, cybersecurity, open source intelligence and global security services. Ramsland served in the Reagan administration and has worked for both NASA and MIT.’

      ‘In the affidavit concerning the election in Michigan, Ramsland determined – without question – that vote fraud and ballot tampering took place in the 2020 General Election in Michigan determining the results as they are currently known to be a “physical impossibility.”

      ‘In addressing the Dominion Voting System, Ramsland was critical of its security over-all citing “vulnerabilities to hacking and tampering, both at the front end where Americans cast their votes, and at the back end where the votes are stored, tabulated, and reported.”

      ‘Ramsland noted that the vulnerabilities described are well-known by experts in the voting securing field and that these vulnerabilities have been extensively written about. “My colleagues and I… have studied… the November 3, 2020, election results. Based on the significant anomalies and red flags that we have observed, we believe there is a significant probability that election results have been manipulated…” Ramsland wrote.’

      ‘His colleague, Dr. Andrew Appel, a professor of computer science at Princeton University and an election security expert, said, “I figured out how to make a slightly different computer program that just before the polls were closed it switches some votes around from one candidate to another. I wrote that computer program into a memory chip and now to hack a voting machine you need just 7 minutes alone with it and a screw driver.”

      https://nationalfile.com/election-fraud-expert-michigans-election-results-are-physical-impossibility/

      1. Smartmatic CEO apologizing in the 2017 Venezuela Election for 1 million vote switch

        https://www.bitchute.com/video/e2Fxswdf1SsG/

        ‘In an interview with the Fox Business Channel, Giuliani, in his capacity as lawyer of reelectionist US President Donald Trump, claimed that the Smartmatic vote-counting machines were “hackable.”

        ‘He said Dominion, the company that provided the automated vote-counting system used during the most recent presidential election, was owned by Smartmatic through an intermediary company referred to as Indra.’

        ‘He claimed that the Smartmatic vote-counting machine was basically developed and designed to commit fraud in the process of vote-counting, particularly for the Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.’

        ‘He claimed that Smartmatic had been behind the electoral frauds in many countries, without actually mentioning the Philippines, which has been using its system for over a decade.’

        ‘Giuliani also hinted about the origins of the Dominion- Voting System and the company’s alleged connection with Smartmatic, one of the most questioned automated voting companies, primarily because of the affiliation of the people behind the company to Chávez.’

        ‘He accused Smartmatic of manipulating the recent US presidential election in key US states, adding that its Dominion Voting System was using machines designed to allow human intervention.’

        ‘He said Smartmatic was founded by three Venezuelans who were very close to the dictator Hugo Chávez back in 2003, adding that the company was formed to fix elections. “That’s the company that owns Dominion. Dominion is a Canadian company, but all its software is from Smartmatic,” Giuliani was quoted during the interview.’

        https://manilastandard.net/news/national/339587/smartmatic-poll-machines-come-into-question.html

        ‘Charlie is joined by Lt. General Thomas McInerney to detail the shocking allegations surrounding Hammer and Scorecard, weaponized digital tools that allegedly allow our intelligence agencies to alter election results, including those in the United States. Are these tools actually real? Were they deployed in this most recent election? Can we know who is behind these treasonous acts if they did in fact occur?’

        ‘In what might be one of the most important interviews ever conducted on the show, Gen. McInerney lays out an election fraud scheme in extensive detail on a scale never before experienced in America or the world.’

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ti3gNXz2F8w

        1. 3 Million Dead Voted, 7 Million Votes Stolen From DJT. Sidney Powell With Howie Carr

          Nov 20, 2020

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5vndAmMqAM&feature=youtu.be

          I saw this:

          https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/nov/23/trump-campaign-cuts-ties-with-attorney-sidney-powell-after-bizarre-election-claims

          I also posted this:

          “Dominion-izing the Vote”

          https://www.bitchute.com/video/qlEUbPLvW98w/

          So when senator running dear and 4 other senators/lawmakers said Dominion was a election fraud disaster, was that bizarre?

          “Dominion-izing the Vote”

          This video is about 30 minutes and has two long commercials (kinda) that you can skip. But it starts to drill down into substance. They have a computer guy who knows his stuff: says the ability to manipulate votes was a “feature, not a bug.” They also explore the Dominion “security” expert who was a rabid antifa nut, boasted of “making sure” the President wasn’t going to be re-elected, and had several unhinge TDS social media posts that were saved.

          1. People might ask, why are you posting this information? It’s because at the same time the medias are deleting proof of election fraud, they tell us there is no election fraud. This is an all hands on deck situation.

            I have posters here crying, ‘oh globalists and fascistbook and puddle watchers are agin us!’ It’s only the future of free people around the world at stake. The President won this election in a landslide. If we let this corruption stand, what won’t we accept? They are telling us we’ll own nothing. It’s flat out globalist socialism/communism.

            But ‘it’s taking too long, I might miss a docu-series on pedo flix!’

            I was thinking last night, what if the people who won this country’s freedom were so wishy-washy about what it took? Sleeping in tents through cold winters, under provisioned, prepared to die on any day. But they kept on anyway. I say we fight the legal battles, the information blackouts, so we don’t have to go through what they did.

          2. I say we fight the legal battles, the information blackouts, so we don’t have to go through what they did.

            Any globalist self-satisfaction with rigging the election will turn to dust in their mouths if 73 million disenfranchised Trump supporters withdraw the consent of the governed from a corrupt system.

          3. +1000 for Ben’s post at 10:46 am.

            No Great Reset and no New Normal.

            I will never forfeit my rights as a United States citizen to these unelected globalist parasites.

          4. ‘The plaintiff in an election lawsuit in Georgia on Monday served a subpoena on State Farm Arena seeking video footage filmed on the premises during and after Election Day.’

            ‘The subpoena seeks all recordings taken between midnight Nov. 3 and midnight Nov. 5. The request specifically calls for recordings taken in and around “Room 604,” all elevators that provide access to the floor where that room is located, and all loading docks in the arena.’

            ‘The plaintiff in the lawsuit, attorney Lin Wood, sent a public Twitter message on Nov. 23 to the defendant, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, citing the subpoena.’

            “Would someone ask my never-to-be friend Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState if he has seen this tape of election fraud at State Farm Arena,” Wood wrote. “Several people have seen it. Many more will see it soon. Video camera eye does not lie. How do you spell Election Fraud?”

            ‘Wood’s subpoena further demands all documents related to plumbing issues on the premises during the Nov. 3-5 time frame. The request is linked to a pipe that purportedly burst in State Farm Arena on the morning of Election Day. County officials said on the night of Nov. 3 that the plumbing incident caused a two-hour delay to vote counting in a room where absentee ballots were tabulated.’

            A local attorney who filed a records request about the burst pipe only received a brief text message exchange about the incident describing it as “highly exaggerated … a slow leak that caused about an hour-and-a-half delay” and that “we contained it quickly—it did not spread,” according to a record the attorney, Paul Dzikowski, shared with The Epoch Times.’

            “As it turns out, there never was a burst pipe or water main, which some news outlets reported,” Dzikowski told The Epoch Times in an email.’

            “The water inside [State Farm Arena] was caused by a leaking toilet, which, as you know, can be remedied by simply hand-turning off the water supply line to the toilet. In any event, the leak was minimal and was resolved in the early morning hours, well prior to the time the elections staff halted the counting.”

            https://www.theepochtimes.com/subpoena-in-georgia-election-lawsuit-seeks-video-footage-from-state-farm-arena_3591613.html

          5. which some news outlets reported

            National news outlets reported that water main break. I remember seeing it — I think it was Fox News, right about the time that a couple hundred thousand votes “showed up” in Virginia. This was all bogus from beginning to end.

          6. Democrats’

            Has one of them stood up as a Patriot to say we need to root this crap out for the sake of our country?

          7. Public hearings? Can’t wait for them to be zoom-bombed by millions of Democrats trying to interfere in the election.

            And I’m still wondering about the timing issue. Are they going to skip straight to the Supreme Court? Because anything else is a waste of time.

          8. a waste of time

            The Legislature of each state has the power to select electors. The next higher level is the House of Representatives.

          9. AFAIK, it is not necessary for the legal disputes to be resolved before the legislatures can select electors. And, 2-3 appeals are necessary to get to the Supreme Court.

          10. AFAIK, it is not necessary for the legal disputes to be resolved before the legislatures can select electors.

            Jenna Ellis just confirmed this to be true.

  2. The Denver Channel (11/23/2020):

    “The City of Denver conducted three homeless encampments cleanups last week alone, collecting 12 tons of trash, 669 needles and 137 pounds of propane.

    Now, people are reaching out to Contact Denver7, hoping the growing encampment next to the Belvedere Tower Condos will be next, after weeks of problems and complaints.

    “There are needles strewn in the gutter, human feces in the gutter,” said Arlene Satterwhite, who lives next to the encampment that includes dozens of tents lining the streets. “I am concerned for my own personal safety.”

    “We’ve been calling the city every day for the past month and nothing has happened,” said Greg Hilbert, who has lived in the Belvedere for four years. “We used to walk downtown without a care. Now, we don’t feel safe at all. I don’t even want to walk around the block.”

    Residents reported incidents of theft, trespassing and even assaults.

    “He actually tried to get in our vehicle,” said Rich Ward, who said transients frequently follow vehicles into the garage. “I had to physically wrestle him. It was very scary, very dangerous.”

    “We shouldn’t be asked to live in squalor with rats and needles and people who will accost us — because it’s COVID,” said David Kameron, a Belvedere resident, who said he is tired of “lame excuses” from the city. “The people who live here bought into downtown Denver and shouldn’t be living with this on a daily basis.”

    https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/contact-denver7/concerns-grow-over-homeless-encampment-outside-belvedere-tower-condos-in-downtown-denver

    1. It’s so much fun watching folks who voted for marxists getting slapped in the face with marxism.

      “We shouldn’t be asked to live in squalor with rats and needles and people who will accost us…”

      1. 2020 election results for the City / County of Denver were 79.55% for Pedo Joe.

        David, you’re getting exactly what you asked for.

      2. It’s so much fun watching folks who voted for marxists getting slapped in the face with marxism.

        Yep, love it. I can’t wait until those New Yorkers start getting pulled over by the jackbooted thugs because they want to go to Thanksgiving dinner with the family. Reap, idiots.

        1. Chart comparing Florida vs New York (that excludes suicides and preventable deaths from untreated illness, note that the caption reads “deaths attributed to COVID” which at this stage of the Clown World timeline has been proven to be a meaningless metric):

          https://i.redd.it/f3p195c6r2161.jpg

          Happy nine month anniversary of “two weeks to flatten the curve.”

        2. ‘I can’t wait until those New Yorkers start getting pulled over by the jackbooted thugs’

          This isn’t the right approach IMO. We all have rights or none of us do.

          1. It seems like all of the checks and balances my 9th grade civics teacher assured us were in place are defunct. Our elected officials – those sworn to uphold the Constitution – are the ones most zealously trampling on it, while the ACLU and other self-proclaimed civil liberties champions are AWOL. I believe 100% in working for change within the system, but it’s not looking very promising when the institutions of governance have been so subverted and corrupted from within, with the Democrat Party being the worst of all.

          2. This isn’t the right approach IMO. We all have rights or none of us do.

            Concur 100%. A couple of months ago, a pro-BLM group that looked like Antifa showed up in Fort Collins at a Back the Blue protest. They were almost immediately accosted, herded to a cut-de-sac area, then beaten up. If they initiated the violence then they got what they deserved, but from most indications they were there to engage in Constitutionally protected behavior, i.e. free speech, and should’ve been left alone, even if they routinely attack Trump supporters without provocation in Bolshevik-controlled cities like Portland. Unpopular views in particular need to be protected, or our “rights” aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.

          3. Sure. I think the hope is that the shock will wake them up and they’ll and starting supporting rights for everyone too. In the meantime, yes, we should be doing what we can.

          4. Sure. I think the hope is that the shock will wake them up and they’ll and starting supporting rights for everyone too. In the meantime, yes, we should be doing what we can.

            That’s my angle, Carl. These people will only learn through the pain of what they voted for. Nobody will change their minds until they wake up on their own and see the error of their ways. It’s like trying to reason with a drug addict. They need to get to a level of discomfort on their own and decide they’ve had enough.

          5. learn through the pain of what they voted for

            Did they really vote for it? Did they have real choices? Or do we only have the illusion of democracy? We’ve joked about dead people voting for decades. We’ve known about problems with electronic voting machines since their implementation. I don’t think the 2020 election was a one-off.

          6. Did they really vote for it?

            In the case of New York, it sure appears that way. It’s not even close. Is it rigged that much? I don’t know.

          7. Heres the problem: how many of them can connect their vote to the chaos that it facilitates?

            I fear Mr. Banker has this nailed. “Dumb ’em down and prosper.”

            I teach in public schools, currently one ig the wealthiest in the nation. These kids are still gonna be his prey, just as the majority of their parents are.

          8. We all have rights or none of us do.

            That’s because we still regard the left as the “loyal opposition”. Rest assured, they do not reciprocate the feeling.

        3. Just got a notice from work coping a CA limited stay at home order.

          Funny part it excludes the homeless. Anyway VC sheriffs wont enforce it .

      3. It’s so much fun watching folks who voted for marxists getting slapped in the face with marxism.

        But they don’t get it. They think more Marxism is the solution.

        1. while the ACLU and other self-proclaimed civil liberties champions are AWOL.
          Boo Randy:
          I sent several emails to the ACLU asking them where they were and why were they not going after Twitter and Facebook for Censorship,
          And requested that they find their balls and do something.
          The final email I sent said, “I would love to make a donation to you guys but I think it would be a waste as you wouldn’t do anything.” I had already made a donation to a Campus free speech non-profit org and told them. Still No response.

          The ACLU is living large on corporate donations and enjoying life. They don’t care.

          1. In Hawaii one of the founders of the ACLU was a pedophile psychotherapist that molested a lot of native hawaiian kids he was “counseling”. His employer Kamehameha schools had to pay out 80 million to victims, although a number wont come forward to collect because theyre adults now and have moved on and dont want to go public.

  3. ‘The new price reduction goes to show the surge in home sales across southern Connecticut in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t helped sellers and price segments uniformly. At the new price, Mr. Simon is preparing for a loss on the home of more than $4 million. He bought the property in 2002 for $16.5 million’

    That’s 18 years ago and he took an a$$pounding. The surge!

    ‘The real-estate agents Scheel interviewed told her that her place would sell fast, but so far she’s had few lookers and no offers at all. ‘The transition has been very stressful because I haven’t been able to sell the house’

    The UHS lied to you Patty. They do that all the time. BTW the guy who moved to Austin thinks it’s not politically correct. He he.

    1. It got to the point where it was very uncomfortable to express myself,” said Nelson, who sits on the board of advisors for Sonoma Media Investments, which publishes the Index-Tribune.

      In Austin, Nelson found a spectrum of political ideologies. “It’s very balanced from a political perspective. We have moderate people, liberal people, and conservative people. Not like California which is all blue. It’s much more open-minded here. Not so politically correct, not so constrained.”

      It just goes to show how bad California has become: Austin looks politically balanced by comparison.

  4. ‘About 5.8 million adults say they are somewhat to very likely to face eviction or foreclosure in the next two months, according to a survey completed November 9 by the US Census Bureau. That accounts for a third of the 17.8 million adults in households that are behind on rent or mortgage payments’

    Oh that…

    1. But housing sales off the charts as well as cars, trucks, RVs, etc., or so we’re told. DOW 30,000 and beyond. “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”

      1. Debt slaves gonna slave.

        A loanowner who “buys” a house in metro Denver at the median price of $625,000 and puts 20% down will have a debt balance of half a million dollars.

        Imagine choosing to live like this, voluntarily.

        1. I visited some people in Denver a few weeks ago. They live next to the Johnson and Wales campus. Dumps on their street. 60+ year old, tiny shacks sell quickly for 600k+. Why anyone would want to live there is beyond me.

          What also gets me is that these Marxists love to brag about their equity and 401K balances. Then again, in the old USSR, Comrades of Proven Worth had dachas and cars. Some animals are more equal than others.

      2. But housing sales off the charts as well as cars, trucks, RVs, etc., or so we’re told. DOW 30,000 and beyond.

        Just wait for the stim package next year. If the Marxists also steal the two senate seats in Georgia (and assuming Biden is inaugurated), the stimulus package will be breath taking. Might as well back up the truck.

  5. 18 years of a housing bubble…

    Folks fleeing NYC to “safe” Connecticut…

    Did someone lie?

    “At the new price, Mr. Simon is preparing for a loss on the home of more than $4 million. He bought the property in 2002 for $16.5 million, according to property records.”

  6. Wildfires – have not changed

    Cost of Living – has been expensive for 40 years

    Taxes – somewhat higher but has always been a higher taxed state

    Politics – RADICAL changes

    “From Sonoma News in California. “Much has been made of the ‘California Exodus,’ with people leaving the state in increasing numbers to start over again in perceived greener pastures. Wildfires. Cost of living. Taxes. Politics.”

    1. I left in 2006 same exodus thing that hasn’t changed. I almost think the governor wants middle class to leave. Leaving him with millions of homeless and no buffer.
      Moved back in 2009 because of job. Company went public and I made out OK so it was worth it the AZ job was very dead end. Now with Biden in charge and all Green energy I expect the country will go full CA, rolling blackouts, 5 dollar a gallon gasoline, High electric costs, Government blaming citizens for all the problems, billions sent to third world carbon trades, private industry flees the country, etc.

      1. Moved back in 2009 because of job. Company went public and I made out OK so it was worth it the AZ job was very dead end.

        Is that you, Bill? 🙂

      2. Now with Biden in charge and all Green energy I expect the country will go full CA, rolling blackouts, 5 dollar a gallon gasoline, High electric costs

        If Biden is inaugurated and they also steal the last Senate seats I might just bite the bullet and install solar panels, especially if the Feds sweeten the incentives.

        1. I wonder what the prevailing wage for journeyman electricians working on Uncle Sugar green new deal jobsites will be? I got a preview of the levels of inefficiency and red tape to come from working at Denver International Airport for a few months last year. Everything takes twice as long and requires twice as much paperwork. The airport even has its own electrical codes that supersede the NEC.

          1. Pedo Joe & Co gonna have lots and lots of choo choo trains running from BFE to nowhere that cost ~ 50-100 million yellen bucks a mile to build over the next 20-50 years.

            All Trump needs to do is tell us its go time if the courts and legislatures are too corrupt or pvssified to uphold the law. Hes got 70M+ backing him, no better time than now.

        2. If the Dems do that, they will be in power for two years and no more than that. Sidney Powell may not prove her fraud in time to save Trump, but two years is plenty of time to toss of the Dominion machines and get rid of widespread absentee balloting. With Trump is gone, there is nothing holding the Dems together.

  7. ‘within the City of Boston, which accounts for about one-third of the region’s condo market, sales were up just 1 percent and the median price fell 6.9 percent, to $642,500. The number of listings in Boston was up 51 percent compared with October of last year. ‘It’s a strong sellers’ market everywhere except the downtown Boston condo market’

    Everywhere but New Canaan, right Jason?

    ‘City of Boston: The median selling price for a single-family home jumped 17.6 percent, from $659,000 in October 2019 to $775,000 in October 2020. Condo prices, however, decreased 6.9 percent, from $690,000 to $642,500. Single-family homes spent an average of 37 days on the market. For condos, it was 43. The number of active single-family listings was up 27.7 percent, while the number of condos on the market rose a whopping 51.1 percent.’

    https://realestate.boston.com/buying/2020/11/19/greater-boston-home-prices-hit-record-highs-again/

    You have to think for yerself in a liars market. Right Patty? Why would you take 7% less if you only had to wait a few more days to sell? You wouldn’t. They are not telling us the real inventory or days on market story.

  8. Positives?

    The weather. Maybe some cool restaurants.

    You know what? – not that compelling.

    “Property and income taxes are higher than many other states. The homeless problem and open drug use is out of control in San Francisco and Oakland. And petty misdemeanor crimes — including car break-ins and mail theft — are not a police priority due to budget cuts.’ But the list of positives remains more compelling for Donahue and his wife, and, for now at least, they plan to stay.”

    1. You live in a socialist sh$thole Tom. Read the article and see how people are treated out there. “Oh it’s a small town so people don’t want to kill you!”

    2. “Property and income taxes are higher than many other states.”

      Notice how they didn’t say the national average.

      “The homeless problem and open drug use is out of control in San Francisco and Oakland.”

      Notice that they didn’t say where the homeless came from.

  9. You wanted a nation wide lockdown – you got it!

    “Millions of Americans expect to face eviction by the end of this year, adding to the suffering inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic raging across the US. About 5.8 million adults say they are somewhat to very likely to face eviction or foreclosure in the next two months, according to a survey completed November 9 by the US Census Bureau. That accounts for a third of the 17.8 million adults in households that are behind on rent or mortgage payments.”

    1. You wanted a nation wide lockdown – you got it!

      “Millions of Americans expect to face eviction by the end of this year,

      First they lock you down…then they lock you out.

    1. And Sh!tcoin just went parabolic for another $1,200 move in a single day. My friends in crypto and Tesla, etc., and who just bought houses, have pwned me. They told me 2 years ago they were going all in and I laughed and told them the market was melting down.

      Remember, two years ago is when the repo market was having seizures. Fast forward to today and they are absolutely swimming in profits. They have cashed out like 5x their investments or whatever. I can’t even keep track, and they don’t gloat much, but they have made it known. One friend paid off his overpriced house with his Tesla gamble alone. Meanwhile, I look the absolute fool. Don’t ever ask me for investment advice!

      1. I don’t think anyone could have foreseen how the Fed would drop all pretense of being a responsible central bank, and instead double down on its radical Keynesian monetary experiments that encouraged and enabled grotesque speculative excesses and wealth inequality. I know I completely underestimated how far down this path they would go, or how reckless and irresponsible they would be. Now I have no illusions. This isn’t going to end well, but the only way to protect your wealth from these gold collar criminals is to take their funny money and trade it for physical precious metals and items of tangible value.

        1. I don’t think anyone could have foreseen how the Fed would drop all pretense of being a responsible central bank

          Hmmm. Maybe we’re the morons saying “nobody could have seen it coming…”. Maybe if you’re the kind of person who thinks like a Fed governor it’s as obvious as a housing bubble is to us?

          1. “I’m pretty sure Danielle DiMartino Booth saw it coming.”

            Wall street employs some of the smartest people in the country, indeed, from around the world. Most of them knew (know) the risks. Once the government (taxpayers) begin guaranteeing debt, e.g., mortgages, cars, education, etc., that means that the private sector acknowledges the risk vs reward has reached its limit. The federal reserve analysts have been well aware that incomes stopped rising years ago.

  10. I’ve been meaning to post this:

    https://www.aei.org/nowcast-10-metros-most-threatened-by-high-numbers-of-fha-delinquencies-october-2020-update/?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWkRNM1lUQXhNVEUwWTJabSIsInQiOiJqMG42TVlUNmFxMkZ3aHl2TXVwVTYwTjFsS3l3dFpqUU55QXM3SXBOS2I4NGRVVDI1MHZxWHRnRUhJaEhaVVl6aEtSTDhcL252Y01xOWRpVlBybGtDUEo0Z3NhTWdcL01Rc2NsRlwvc1JKdVZxMDg0djdka1dOMlwvK3BnSXB0M3c0am0ifQ%3D%3D

    The AEI guys need to learn the tiny URL thing. At the bottom you can select metros. It can be sticky, sometimes you have to re-enter the metro from the drop down list. And the DTI field is sometimes off. But nonetheless, you’ll see delinquencies are way up across the US. Taxpayer might want to look at this. All of the DC area actually.

    1. ‘As the forbearance periods end, one of two things will happen. Those borrowers who are able to resume normal payments may elect to have arrearages deferred until the loan is paid off, which would result in these loans becoming current. Borrowers who are unable to resume normal payments or who elect not to, remain delinquent. As a result, total delinquency levels are likely to fall, but serious delinquencies are likely to remain high. Unless able to sell their home, those borrowers who remain seriously delinquent are likely headed to foreclosure or other disposition. A buyer’s market could develop in ZIP Codes with heavy exposure to FHA and other high risk loans.’

      ‘Homeowners in these ZIP Codes will predominantly be low income (ZIP Codes with about 50-90% of area median income) and contain high percentages of households of color and high levels of mortgage risk. See, for example, the maps for the Washington, DC metro area, which show the substantial overlap for concentrations of FHA and minority borrower share, high levels of DTIs and mortgage risk. The area to the southeast on the map largely consists of Prince George’s County, MD. This was the hardest hit DC area county during the Great Housing Bust.’

      It’s subprime out the wazzo.

      1. As the forbearance periods end, one of two things will happen. Those borrowers who are able to resume normal payments may elect to have arrearages deferred until the loan is paid off, which would result in these loans becoming current.

        What a sham.

    2. >>I’ve been meaning to post this:

      “Homeowners in these ZIP Codes will predominantly be low income (ZIP Codes with about 50-90% of area median income) and contain high percentages of households of color and high levels of mortgage risk.”

      We’re all in this together!

      1. You know they’re going to shoot Yellen the Felon bucks through a firehose at these people of color. In fact, Biden was quoted as saying he’d be up for signing a stimulus that didn’t include the enhanced unemployment benefits so long as it included a massive chunk of money for businesses owned by blacks. It’s time for the Spreader in Chief Harris to dump that gravy.

        1. You know they’re going to shoot Yellen the Felon bucks through a firehose at these people of color.

          Not my first choice but still beats shooting it at Mr. Banker. Although that may just be a given :-(.

        2. The fawning media coverage over Biden’s appointment of Yellen the Felon to be the next Treasury Secretary is retch-inducing. The MSM is trying to depict her as a champion of Main Street against Wall Street, and a forceful advocate against wealth inequality, when her track record as Fed Chair speaks for itself. Even Pravda at its worst was never as shamelessly dishonest as our corporate media hacks.

          https://www.marketwatch.com/story/janet-yellen-is-poised-to-become-treasury-secretary-in-a-biden-cabinet-what-that-means-for-cash-strapped-american-families-2020-11-24?mod=mw_latestnews

          1. I would love to see her attempt spending 5t like Steve mooching. Cooler heads in senate will prevblocked. Need to stop the bleeding.

  11. “‘It will be hard to believe we can handle the capacity for all these units,’ Herbert said. ‘Supply and demand will kick in. Those older properties will have to lower rents to attract or maintain their current tenants.’”

    Gosh, Dan, what if bankruptcy and foreclosure kicks in? Then we’ll REALLY see lower rents, once sanity returns to the market.

  12. Gary Nelson, 83, moved to Sonoma in 1978 and for 42 years called Sonoma Valley home. But last January Nelson and his wife decamped for Austin, Texas, pushed — primarily, he said — by California’s left-leaning politics.”

    So you leave one Bolshevik-malgoverned municipality for another? Heckova plan, Gary.

  13. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s nationwide temporary suspension on evictions — aimed at stemming the spread of coronavirus — is slated to end December 31.

    Who gave the CDC the statutory authority to interfere with contract law? What other powers have these unelected bureaucrats and others of their ilk usurped onto themselves?

    1. Ive always wondered about this, i had neighbors/friends who were alter boys growing up, and 1 had a mental breakdown he says it was boot camp but something wasn’t right before that, and other could have would up on my 600lb life, but at least he had a home business buying and fixing jukeboxes, and the 3rd got married had 2 kids then my mom said he filed for divorce left everything to the wife and took off on a motorcycle. Makes you wonder.

      1. My husband was an alter boy growing up in East Bay, CA. Nothing happened to him because his dad was a high level LEO and he had three older brothers. He hasn’t shared specifics with what he saw but he’s no fan of the Catholic church and thinks priests should be allowed to marry.

          1. Outside of church, he wasn’t either. His brothers were 7, 8 and 9 years older and not the best influences.

          1. Thanks. I was no altarboy. Neither did I once win a spelling Bee.

            I could hit a dragonfly with my .22 out in the swamp and take a squirrel with a bow.

  14. The Hill (11/23/2020):

    “The president of the left-leaning People’s Policy Project (PPP) Matt Bruenig on Monday said that if President-elect Joe Biden cancels student-debt, it could be his only way of passing some form of stimulus without needing the Senate’s vote.

    Appearing on Hill.TV’s ‘Rising,’ Bruenig was asked for his thoughts on potential student loan forgiveness the Biden administration may push. Biden has expressed interest in canceling out some student loan debt in the past.”

    https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/527208-policy-expert-says-biden-has-multiple-ways-he-can-cancel-out-student-debt

    Will I be getting a refund check for the thousands of dollars of student loans that I paid off?

    1. Will I be getting a refund check for the thousands of dollars of student loans that I paid off?

      I’m wondering the same. I’d like those tens of thousands of dollars back, that I earned working while going to school.

    2. Will I be getting a refund check for the thousands of dollars of student loans that I paid off?

      I strongly suspect that there will be an income level cut off to have your loans forgiven, and it won’t be much. In other words, most people with Parent Plus loans will have to pay them back. Only deadbeats who majored in victim’s studies will have their loans forgiven.

      1. Some wealthy parents trick the schools by emancipating the kids like they live with the “uncle” so they get more freebies and I’m sure their are other tricks to get the loans paid back even if you’re super rich.
        liberal coastal states know all the tricks , like how not to pay fair share of income taxes, write off 40K a year state taxes from federal tax liability, claim income as long term capital gains, etc.

        its all good again for HENRY’s with their boy Biden in there.

        1. emancipating the kids like they live with the “uncle”

          I got emancipated by my uncle. Uncle Sam. 3 hots and a cot for 3 years. After that I didn’t need to report my parent’s income when I did my financial aid forms at college.

    1. Excluding materials for jobs, I have spent less than $100 in the City / County of Denver since March. My discretionary sales tax dollars go to Arapahoe, Jefferson, Douglas Counties instead.

  15. “Gary Nelson, 83, moved to Sonoma in 1978 and for 42 years called Sonoma Valley home. But last January Nelson and his wife decamped for Austin, Texas, pushed — primarily, he said — by California’s left-leaning politics.”

    I’ve got an idea. How about Gary selling his home for what he bought it for in 1978, plus inflation? After all, the buyer won’t be getting the special tax deal that kept Gary’s taxes (and the overall tax burden in California) low.

    No? Then perhaps you perceive the real reason California has become unlivable. Home prices are too high, and taxes are too high — for working young adults, but not seniors.

    1. I’ve got an idea. How about Gary selling his home for what he bought it for in 1978, plus inflation?

      I’m pretty sure that he can get more than that, though less than his current asking price. You don’t want him to give it away, do you?

    1. First they came for the alternative media, and I did not speak out because I was not a citizen journalist….

  16. While the globalists and their Democrat Quislings are congratulating themselves in smokey back rooms about pulling off electoral fraud on an epic scale, they would do well to notice that Les Deplorables, unlike the GOPe, aren’t about to shrug helplessly and accept the results. I just got an email from Surefire, which makes military-grade tactical flashlights, that they will not be doing any Black Friday sales events this year because they are so backlogged on orders. That has NEVER happened in the ten years that I’ve been a customer. Clearly their customer base, which I’m guessing includes very few collectivist Red Guards or soy boys, is gearing up for Something Wicked This Way Comes.

    1. 4th turning crisis. If Biden gets too aggressive on green energy like clownifornia did it could get bad , Imagine brown outs in Phoenix AZ during the Summer when the sun goes down because solar doesn’t work at night. Hes so befuddled he’ll just get all confused about it and radicals will be calling the shots. Like you shouldn’t live in the desert anyway, etc.

      And in the Winter it could get cold in the Midwest without burning anything . Its just so stupid it must just be a big lie.

      1. John Kerry as Special Climate Envoy. What is that? I heard today that it won’t require Senate confirmation.

      2. “4th turning crisis”

        Trump may get pushed out of office, but the spirit of Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon will live on.

        Bedwetters, we’ve left you, physically, geographically behind. We only enter your dead cities to collect money, and then leave. And the money leaves with us…

      3. I have friends in California’s central valley that spend their foggy winter months wearing thermal underwear beneath baggy sweat clothes because the utility bills are too expensive, and they’re going up due to liability from the firestorm in Paradise, CA. The climate tzar, John Kerry, will see to it that all Americans pay dearly for the fossil fuels that they depend on for modern living.

        1. The climate tzar, John Kerry, will see to it that all Americans pay dearly for the fossil fuels that they depend on for modern living.

          Of course the well to do will be able to solar up (with battery backups) so they won’t be impacted by the rolling blackouts that will follow the wholesale closing of coal fired power plants. Joe Six Pack will just have to grin and bear it.

      4. The only decisions Biden has ever made were menu choices paid for by the people bribing him millions for access. Otherwise, he does what he’s told.

    2. Oh, they make much more than flashlights. Their other products are also tubular and light up under certain extreme circumstances.

      I was a DoD tag-along that visited their HQ in Irvine some time early into the Late Unpleasantness. Their chief engineer at that time was big into custom CNC-milled blades.

  17. Group Files Emergency Petition in Wisconsin After Identifying 150,000 Potentially Fraudulent Ballots

    2020 ELECTION
    Zachary Stieber
    Nov 24, 2020

    A group on Tuesday filed an emergency petition with the Wisconsin Supreme Court, challenging the state’s unofficial election results.

    The Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project said it found tens of thousands of ballots that may be fraudulent.

    “We have identified over 150,000 potentially fraudulent ballots in Wisconsin, more than enough to call into question the validity of the state’s reported election results,” said Phill Kline, director of the project, in a statement.

    “Moreover, these discrepancies were a direct result of Wisconsin election officials’ willful violation of state law,” he added.

    According to unofficial results in the state, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden beat President Donald Trump by about 20,000 votes.

    The group said it found that more than 10,000 Republican ballots weren’t counted; more than 10,000 GOP voters who had their ballots requested and filled in by another person; and around 100,000 illegal ballots that were counted anyway.

    The 45-page filing asks the Wisconsin Supreme Court to block the certification of election results because of the alleged irregularities.

    The Wisconsin Elections Commission didn’t respond to a request for comment.

    https://mb.ntd.com/group-files-emergency-petition-in-wisconsin-after-identifying-150000-potentially-fraudulent-ballots_532448.html

  18. November 24, 2020

    PENNSYLVANIA, ARIZONA, MICHIGAN LEGISLATURES TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS ON 2020 ELECTION

    The first hearing, held by the Pennsylvania State Senate, will be conducted tomorrow, Wednesday, November 25th, in Gettysburg, PA, where each participating Senator will give a five-minute opening statement followed by testimony from witnesses who have filed affidavits attesting to 2020 election fraud. Tomorrow’s hearing will also feature a presentation from former New York City Mayor and Personal Attorney to President Trump, Rudy Giuliani.

    On Monday, November 30th, the Arizona legislature will hold their own hearing, followed by the Michigan legislature holding their own hearing on Tuesday, December 1st. Details for both hearings to follow.

    “It’s in everyone’s interest to have a full vetting of election irregularities and fraud,” said Mayor Giuliani. “And the only way to do this is with public hearings, complete with witnesses, videos, pictures and other evidence of illegalities from the November 3rd election.”

    “We are pleased that the State Legislatures in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan will be convening hearings to examine the November 3rd presidential election,” added Trump campaign Senior Legal Advisor and Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump, Jenna Ellis. “There were serious irregularities, we have proof of fraud in a number of states, and it is important for all Americans to have faith in our electoral process. All we have wanted from the outset is to count every legal vote and discount every illegal vote.”

    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/media/pennsylvania-arizona-michigan-legislatures-to-hold-public-hearings-on-2020-election

  19. KDVR (11/24/2020):

    “Permits will be required for all public and private gatherings of 10 or more people. Those gathering from more than two separate households will also need a permit under the Eagle County’s updated public health order.

    A formal request must be submitted to ECPHE for these gatherings until Dec. 31. Eagle County visitors are subject to the order.

    A letter of approval or a letter of denial will be sent for each application after it is reviewed. That could take a week or more in some cases.”

    https://kdvr.com/news/coronavirus/eagle-county-requiring-permits-for-all-gatherings-of-10-or-more-people/

    Remember, if you’re looting Foot Locker with 9+ of your friends for Fentanyl Floyd, these rules don’t apply to you, because reasons.

    1. CPR (11/24/2020):

      “On the edge of a busy parking lot in Denver, an orderly procession of cars makes its way through a makeshift path lined by traffic cones. Each vehicle stops briefly while workers load boxes of necessities inside — there are canned goods, bread and dairy products, fresh vegetables and meats.

      The groceries are free at Jewish Family Service’s Weinberg Food Pantry. It operates three days a week and in the long months since the pandemic started, business has quadrupled from 40 households per day to 160 per day, said Shelly Hines, director of community resources and stability for the agency.

      “A lot are people that haven’t ever been in this situation before, have worked their whole lives and were furloughed,” she said. “We’re seeing a lot of refugee and immigrant families, a lot of vulnerable working families with children. About 40 percent of the total numbers that we’re seeing are children. And so lots and lots of families in our community are really food insecure at this point.”

      https://www.cpr.org/2020/11/24/food-pantries-face-new-challenges-as-they-respond-to-unprecedented-demand-during-the-pandemic/

      Happy 9 month anniversary of 2 weeks to flatten the curve!

      1. My youngest gives out food at MJC part of the track teams duties, no more team meets since COVID.

        He says they give out Monster Drinks as part of the free food package.

        🤣🤣

  20. Tucker Carlson: Joe Biden and his gun-grabbing, open-borders, soft-on-China advisers

    By Tucker Carlson | Fox News
    Published 11 hours ago

    Don’t know what Joe Biden really believes? Look at the company he keeps

    Joe Biden has started to assemble his Cabinet, and what is emerging so far looks a lot like the HR department at a large, left-wing multinational. Heaps of woke authoritarian social policy mixed with a corporatist economic agenda. A small group of highly connected people will get even richer, while the rest of us will get stern lectures about our moral failings. Sound familiar? If Jeff Bezos and the Google guys took over the entire U.S. government, and effectively they have, this is what it would look like.

    Twenty years ago, Steve Ricchetti was the deputy chief of staff for operations in the Clinton administration. In that role, he helped lead the effort to allow China into the World Trade Organization (WTO). It was one of the greatest disasters ever to befall this country in peacetime. One study by the Economic Policy Institute found that thanks to that decision to let China into the WTO, the United States lost nearly 3.5 million good-paying jobs.

    The effects of that have rippled through the generations. If you’re wondering why there’s a fentanyl epidemic in middle America, if you’re wondering why the life expectancy for American-born middle class Americans is in decline, that’s a big part of the reason. Millions of men lost their jobs and an entire society collapsed. If you live inland from the coasts, you’ve seen it firsthand. Steve Ricchetti was one of the key people behind that, though not the only one. He wasn’t punished for it. In fact, he’s been promoted. Joe Biden wants more of it.

    Biden also wants less dissent from the population. The president-elect knows what we all know, which is that an armed society is an independent society. That’s why he’s hired Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., as a senior adviser. Richmond plans to disarm law-abiding Americans, not criminals. People who commit gun crimes are now being let out of jail, but people who have done nothing wrong and tried in good faith to protect themselves and their family will be punished. That’s not speculation, by the way. Here’s what Richmond told CNN last year:

    RICHMOND, AUGUST 2019: If it is a buyback, then I’m all for it. If it’s a mandatory buyback, I think then you may run into some complications, but the thought of it does not offend me, and it sounds like something I could support.

    BIDEN DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF TOUTED ‘MANDATORY BUYBACKS’ OF ASSAULT WEAPONS

    Gun control didn’t play a large role in the 2020 campaign. There was almost no discussion about it for six months. But it’s becoming clear that preventing Americans from defending themselves and their families is a big part of the Biden agenda, and that’s part of the reason that campaign manager Jennifer O’Malley Dillon is the next White House deputy chief of staff. At a time when a record number of Americans have purchased legal firearms to protect themselves from skyrocketing crime, Dillon has called for the confiscation of more than 10 million legally owned firearms. We’re not making that up. That’s not propaganda. Dillon said it herself:

    DILLON: A plan that supports mandatory buybacks of weapons of war. The assault weapons ban is very, very important and we need to have it. But that only takes weapons of war off the streets in the future. It does nothing for weapons of war that are currently out there, and I think there’s 15 or 16 million.

    “I think there’s 15 or 16 million.” She doesn’t know the number. She doesn’t know anything. Imagine what she knows about firearms: “What end does the bullet come out of?” She doesn’t know, but it doesn’t matter. She plans to seize them anyway. Mandatory buybacks are seizure, the taking of private property by force. Not because the people who own those firearms have done anything wrong, they haven’t. Jennifer O’Malley Dillon just doesn’t think you should be allowed to have them.

    So what’s that going to look like? What’s it going to look like when the Biden administration tries to disarm law-abiding Americans? We’ll find out.

    https://www.foxnews.com/shows/tucker-carlson-tonight

  21. ADAM BEAM
    Tue, November 24, 2020, 12:25 PM PST

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s system for paying unemployment benefits is so dysfunctional that the state approved more than $140 million for at least 20,000 prisoners, local and federal prosecutors said Tuesday, detailing a scheme that resulted in claims filed in the names of well-known convicted murderers like Scott Peterson and Cary Stayner.

    From March to August, more than 35,000 inmates were named in claims filed with the California Employment Development Department, with more than 20,000 being paid, according to Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert. At least 158 claims were filed for 133 death-row inmates, resulting in more than $420,000 in benefits paid

  22. How does everybody like Big Corrupt Treasonous Government now?

    Fake panadamic, fake Covid tests, fake lock downs, fake election and fake news.
    The Politicians have sold out to the 1 percenters and we can’t even throw the bums out with legitimate elections.
    That Commie Obamacare ,that used the IRS to enforce a looting by a price fixing Monopoly, was step one in Medical control over the public. They just couldn’t have Trump dismantle this absurd Health system power grab. IMHO
    Using medical to control people’s lives is obivious.
    Fake news is deleting any Doctors or Scientist that are objecting to these lockdowns , the lack of merits of masks, and the destruction of people’s business over a virus that has a 99.6 % survival rate.

    It doesn’t make sense because it’s a contrived power play.
    They don’t care how they harm people or if they represent the people.

    They keep double downing on this insane agenda of who knows were it leads .Will you have to take one of their vaccines to keep a job or go on a plane?
    Our Founding Fathers would of seen a Corp Globalist takeover of USA Government as a invasion of the US by Foreign and Domestic enemies of the State. How could they of known about computers that could rig elections and put Traitors in the White House and the body of politics to steal individual freedom añd Government by the people.

    If you have to force something and lie about it it’s no good. Hopefully this obnoxious power grab will fail somehow even when they have control over the media.

  23. Who knows what the High Court is going to do. In recent years it seems like the Judicial system has been corrupted by a straying from any alliance with the Constitution. If that doesn’t work they intimidate by their army of thug rioters .
    It all about the threat of violence to sway decisions.
    Biden being in charge of the Military is a frightening thought.
    All I know is that nothing makes sense and they just keep saying the nonsense over and over again, in spite of it not making any sense what do ever.

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