March 29/30 · 21
Welcome to The Republic Journal. My writing style is casual and furiously fast. My goal is to inform my readers of worthy news while avoiding useless gossip. I keep the political commentary to an absolute minimum and provide educational insight to legislation that you need to know about. From news to political strategy to heart warming encouraging articles, you will find it all here. Thank you for joining me on this journey we all call life. I provide updates throughout each day M-F.
Let’s Get Started
- I’m speaking with members of Congress on Tuesday so it will be a light day in regards to updates.
- 2020 Arizona election data update:
- 2,000 voters had the same vacant lot address.
- 8,000 confirmed dead voters. 6,000 yet to be confirmed but most likely.
- BREAKING….conversations are now being had with several counties in states where Republicans won in the 2020 elections but election anomalies were witnessed that mimicked battleground states. Counties in Fl, NH, OH, and others are working with forensic auditors to find how the anomalies occurred and how to stop them in the future.
- PG&E announced that customers will most likely see a 30% increase in the number of hours they experience power outages for the remainder of the year.
- Crude oil inventories rise while imports decrease. Saudi Arabia’s imports are down 34% from a year ago. OPEC announced production cuts starting in April. The cost of fuel will increase despite inventory levels due to a belief by traders that the somewhat near future will have higher demand and lower inventory levels.
- President Trump launches his personal website with the following mission, “The Office of Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration, while at the same time advancing the America First agenda. Through civic engagement and public activism, the Office of Donald J. Trump will strive to inform, educate, and inspire Americans from all walks of life as we seek to build a truly great American Future. Through this office, President Trump will remain a tireless champion for the hardworking men and women of our great country – and for their right to live in safety, dignity, prosperity, and peace.” View HERE
- SD Gov. Kristi Noem signed an executive order barring transgender boys from competing against girls in girls only sports. However, I will give an update on this because it smells fishy!
- San Diego school teachers who refuse to do in-school teaching have agreed to travel south to do in-school teaching for illegal aliens. No JOKE!
- BREAKING….Arizona Forensic Audit Update…
- The audit will chemically test ballots for U.S. based printing compared to China fraud ballots that showed up in the 2020 elections.
- Auditors will be testing the inks used on the printing of ballots as well.
- Auditors will scan ballots for mechanical impressions. What this means is that if someone wanted to mark a ton of ballots quickly they could use a type of metal stamp for each ballot to help speed up the process. That stamp would leave an easily identifiable mark on the ballot for scanners that can magnify the ballot mark during the scanning process.
- Each ballot will be scanned and hand counted to match voting numbers.
- Each mail-in ballot must have a matching envelope.
- More details to come…
- Kentucky legislature put a whooping on their Democrat governor. They overrode several of his vetoes. 1) He vetoed funding for private schools. 2) He vetoed how the state handles teacher pensions. 3) He vetoed a bill to strip him of some of his authority. The Republicans just laughed and overrode all of them.
- You can’t make all this stuff up!!!!! NM governor and Democrats ordering a special session of their congress to force recreational marijuana on people. This legislation has failed five times. A special session to smoke pot!!!!!
- Are we in the biblical end times? Most likely but when “Mark of the Beast” is one of Twitter’s top trends then you know it’s on everyone’s mind.
- TN just passed a sweeping pro-gun legislative package.
- No permit required to carry.
- No felons can own a firearm.
- Stronger penalties for using firearms illegally.
- Stronger penalties for stealing a firearm.
- Three weeks into Texas lifting all covid restrictions and they just marked their lowest covid case rate yet.
- CDC extended the moratorium on evictions by renters for non-payment through June. This will be working its way through the court because everyone is asking how the CDC has such authority to make this law.
- Gov. DeSantis said that Florida will not cooperate with vaccine passports!!!!
- A legislative bill with no author arrived in the rules committee in Arizona’s legislature designed to make it harder to recall elected officials. Currently, there are about a dozen local and statewide officials up for recall.
- Are we on the precipice of a major economic conflict with China? I think so. Satellite imagery was released showing how China is attempting to build an infrastructure on an island within the Philippines ‘ territorial waterways. This caused an explosion of strong words from several world leaders over the weekend. Now the Philippine government has resorted to extreme close flybys of their jets over China’s military vessels in the South China Sea. The International Court has already ruled that China has no legal claims in the SCS and yet they have ignored the court and world leaders. I suspect that very shortly the world will begin sanctioning China.
- A majority of Texan Republicans voted to end their GAB account because “it was the right thing to do.” More wolves in sheepskins.
- 30 million Social Security recipients haven’t received the latest round of stimulus payments because the SSA refused to send the data file to the IRS. SSA finally gave in to the pressure coming from congress and shipped the file on Friday. The IRS didn’t give an indication of how long it would take to process those payments.
- A new report on donations in America showed that Florida residents give $13.5B annually to charitable causes.
- “Baltimore announced that they won’t prosecute crimes such as prostitution, public urination & defecation, and trespassing But—if you violate their mask mandate, you’re “subject to imprisonment not exceeding 1 year or a fine not exceeding $5,000 or both”-Charlie Kirk
- State Sen. Jim Runestad of Michigan put forth legislation to fund an investigation into Governor Whitmer’s executive action of forcing nursing homes to take in elderly patients which led to their slaughter.
- Kelly Tshibaka, Alaska’s Commissioner of Administration, will run for the U.S. Senate against Murkowski. Kelly is a strong pro-life candidate, strong second amendment, against illegal immigration. Basically, the opposite of Murkowski and she has the charisma and public name to actually remove Lisa from her seat in D.C.
- NJ Governor Murphy has issued a whopping 200 executive orders over the last 12 months telling his residents how they can live out their lives. Now even Democrats have had enough and warned the Gov. to stop or they will join Republicans in removing his authority to issue another EO.
- WV changes the dates and times of their future elections by accepting the requests of county supervisors who stated they needed time between early voting and election day voting. “So now it starts on a Saturday and it ends on a Wednesday, and then the clerks have Thursday, Friday, Saturday to get those poll books ready. It is a rational, reasonable response to what the clerks ask us to.” – Sec. of State Warner
- WV is ROCKING..they have become the first state in the union to allow a person to save up to $25k tax-free for the purpose of starting a business in their chosen trade. “West Virginia is one step closer to being the first state in the country to implement this innovative program that will truly help us build up our blue-collar workforce and rebuild our middle class…This is critically important because our citizens have to compete in a global economy, and we can’t let countries like China pass us in workforce development.” The bill passed with unanimous support.
- “This CBP facility in Donna, TX is built to hold 250 people. Right now it’s holding 5,700 in the middle of a pandemic.” – Rep. Chip Roy
- Alabama’s AG is going after prisoner’s stimulus money by working to ensure that the money first goes to the victims if the prisoner has monetary damages to pay. This is what integrity looks like.
- “But this is nothing new. We were managing it in 2019, and here we are in 2021 managing another immigration crisis of great proportion and nothing’s been done, you know, and it is a Biden border crisis, in my opinion, because there’s no plan of action.” – Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano
- Kentucky’s legislation to end the dismemberment of live babies after 11 weeks of pregnancy is heading to the Supreme Court after being struck down by the 6th Court of Appeals. KY AG Cameron is heading up the efforts to end the violent human rights abuses of our nation’s most precious commodity.
- Arizona Audit Update:
- Mathematician created a serious algorithm to find voters who didn’t vote, but the state received a ballot from them. Think about how you would find out who didn’t vote, but the state got a ballot from that voter. This is impressive.
- A group is actually going door to door in Arizona discovering illegal voters in Arizona. That’s dedication!!!!!!
- The state should have the contract signed this week and begin the audit.
- Georgia 2020 election forensic audit update:
- A GA state judge ruled in favor of the state but asked for 3 things:
- Plan on how they would audit the ballots
- The names of the forensic experts who would do the audit
- He demanded that there would be no leaks of the audit to the public.
- Why no leaks? The complaint is that some experts believe there are nearly 40k “fake” ballots cast in the 2020 election. We’re not talking about ballots which are missing data or have irregularities. We’re talking about someone printed them at home and dumped them into the election system. GA law requires that all ballots be printed by the state using the exact same paper.
- The judge ordered that the number of ballots must match the number of absentee envelopes for those ballots. So if there are 50k missing envelopes, then this would just explode like you can’t imagine because that number is 5 times greater than the vote difference between the two candidates.
- This will take nearly 6 weeks to complete because the judge must approve the entire process, but the actual audit will only take 72-hours. It could be completed much sooner but the committee has two weeks to submit the plan, and then the judge will have two weeks to approve, deny, or alter the plan.
- Stacey Abrams sued to stop the audit, but she lost. Democrats have sued all over the nation to stop audits and have lost 100% of their cases. That is, the post-election audit cases.
- Could this change the presidential election? Only if other states showed the same fraud and to the extent it would have changed the total outcome of the election based on electoral college counts. However, the judge most certainly could rule that BOTH Senate races and possibly a House race must immediately take place again. There was one House race that I thought was highly suspect because no Republican has ever lost in that district, and this year it was lost by nearly 10 points. The reason it could cause a senate or house race to be invalidated is due to state law compared to a federal presidential election which involves several states. There have been several elections voided over the years and forced into a new election, but not at the U.S. Senate level.
- A GA state judge ruled in favor of the state but asked for 3 things:
- Michigan, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin are also headed toward audits. However, the worst state of them all is Pennsylvania, and they are holding 14 hearings. It’s time for an investigation especially since the Supervisor of Elections resigned after just one day of hearings.
Song To Make You Think…
Quote for of the Day
“If everyone is thinking alike, someone isn’t thinking.” – General George Patton
Picture of the Day
Vintage illustration of U.S. Military poster.