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The usual suspects (Updated).

Short update from my earlier post today.

After waking up and finding that my phone has blown up with texts, I’ve been told by my sources onsite that the City of Detroit is up to its old tricks when it comes to election shenanigans.

After a pallet of ballots (yes, I said pallet), mysteriously appeared without any documentation as to its source, Detroit election officials began to play games with observers by letting Republican Poll Watchers leave the ballot counting room in Cobo Hall throughout the day, but would NOT let their replacements enter the room, claiming that their numbers were “violating” Detroit’s Wuhan Virus policies.

When things began getting contentious after being locked out (and Detroit PD called on scene), Detroit election officials began covering the windows to the room, so that no outside observers could see what was happening inside.

Just a quick reminder to readers that this isn’t the fist time that Detroit election officials have played games with elections.

During the ’16 Presidential Election, Detroit election officials couldn’t reconcile an issue where 59% of the precincts poll books did not match the results from the polling machines.

Back in August of this year, the Wayne County Board of Canvassers were made aware of problems with counting being done incorrectly (i.e. counting beginning before the required poll books were available) and how insecure the ballots were in transit to Cobo Hall for counting.

NUMEROUS issues with poll books were reported in a subsequent meeting.

And, of yeah, I cannot forget to mention how large amounts of AV ballots mysteriously went “missing”.

It should be noted that the Vice Chair of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, is one Jonathan C. Kinloch. Aide to Gretchen Whitmer and Chairman of the 13th Congressional District Democrats (“The Mighty 13th”). Along with that brief introduction, he has a very interesting history not included in his bio that I may go into at a later date.

So not getting too far off topic, where was our Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson at during all of this?

Stay tuned…

Scratch that!

Nope, nothing irregular or questionable happening here!

Even more incriminating footage (start watching at 5:27 mark).

Anyone want to take a wild guess as to how many election protocols have been violated in just that above clip alone?

 

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Gov. Whitmer Took the Bait

Detroit this weekend.

https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/detroit-city/2020/06/28/weekend-violence-crime-shootings-detroit/3276366001/

During a press conference at Public Safety Headquarters last week, when 29 people were shot in Detroit over the weekend, leaving four dead,

https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/detroit-city/2020/06/29/detroit-police-suv-drives-through-crowd-protesters-climb-hood/3276964001/

Dozens of protesters surrounded the vehicle and a rear back window was “busted out,” police said.

I just love how President Trump so easily trolls all the Democrat race-hustlers and crooks using their own record of failure.

Thanks, Gov. Whitmer, and Mayor Duggan! President Trump now gets to cut a few more campaign commercials using your body counts.

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Who Dat?

Tell Me Again Who Actually Supports Nazis?

From the Detroit Free Press‘ 138 photo collage of rioters in Detroit’s Greektown neighborhood yesterday, 30 May 2020.  Photo 113 of 138.

Some in Michigan have memories that extend beyond 45 days.  Will our deceitful Governor have anything to say about protesters who genuinely embrace Hitler?  Or her lying tool Susan J. Demas?

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And just who is reaching into your pocket THIS time?

Whose hand is in YOUR wallet?

A few days ago, I tipped everyone off about a Michigan Republican(?) who felt that your money wasn’t your money.

Well, after reviewing the journals from this week, this shemp had some help placing this bill on the floor to be voted upon.

You’ll be disappointed at his accomplices.

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Taxupalozza 2020

Coming when you least expect it!

So, what do you get when you add a ton of special interest groups who feel that they are even more entitled to your money than you are (and their hopes that you’re not paying any attention to them whatsoever)?

You get the makings for a very interesting (series?) of elections in 2020…that’s what!

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Lying liars lying (yet again).

Multiple media outlets in Detroit are reporting that the Detroit Institute of Arts will renege on their pledge made after the passage of their Regional Art Tax (aka “Art Institute Authority”) in 2012 and seek a renewal on the March 2020 ballot, two years ahead of its statutory end.

Yeah, I cannot wait to see how they’ll justify spending even more money on “art”?

I’m currently running on very little sleep, but more details to follow…

 

 

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Remind me again why Michigan Taxpayers were forced to bail them out (and by a republican governor/legislature no less)?

If this post doesn’t get your blood boiling…

That’s right kids…you’re going to school in a wonderful place called Detroit! Don’t worry…someone else will pay for it.

 

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When Property Rights Become A Concern

Its all about control.

Want to see a perfect example of big government thinking?

It’s exposed when defending the little guy becomes suspect, because the advocates for said ‘little guy’ endorse/embrace the constitution. Joshua Akers, an assistant professor of geography and urban and regional studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn just cannot grasp the motivations of those who would defend the downtrodden.

Akers has issue with a constitutional defense legal firm Pacific Legal ..taking on a constitutional property rights case.  Because they might use it for their own ideological (constitutional) ends. Not making this stuff up, and from the Detroit Free Press:

Akers, who has written extensively on the nonprofit, contends the suit filed in Wayne County Circuit Court is a Trojan horse, less concerned with the constitutionality of the annual tax auction and more focused on using the court system to bolster property rights and solidify language around the Fifth Amendment, which prohibits private property from being taken for public use without just compensation.

And because that isn’t enough?

“This seems pretty great — you’re defending the little guy from government overreach. But in the end, what’s lost is the ability to regulate the usage of property. The ability to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of those living around the property,” said Akers explaining that while some homeowner could benefit from this, by and large, it is the wealthy, politically connected and big industries that win.

And there you go.  Big industries win when a homeowner gets to keep her house.

Read the rest   And consider how much better off we would be if we stopped feeding the beast and defunded these destroyers of our individual freedoms.

 

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