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😆 Latest Very Credible 'Ballot Fraud' Witness Has History Of Ghost Videos, Actual Fraud Conviction

Jesse Morgan, who said he drove a truckload of what he now believes were bogus absentee ballots from New York to Pennsylvania just before Election Day. How does he know they were fraudulent ballots? He just knows, OK?


Morgan's unproven assertion of being unwittingly roped into a scheme to rig the 2020 election (but only for Joe Biden, not for control of the Senate) turns out not to be his only unbelievable ordeal, either, as the Daily Beast's Will Sommer explains. Before becoming a darling of wingnut media, you see, Morgan made a small name for himself as a ghost hunter, claiming his family was plagued by scary ghosts — ghosts who even managed to scare his family in several different states. Who knows? Maybe the ghosts did the fraudy ballots!

In a second video, "Follow up to shadow person," Morgan said he'd moved out of that terrible haunted house and moved to a new home in York, Pennsylvania, but wouldn't you know it, that place was also chock full o' malevolent ghosties! In that thrilling sequel,

Much of Morgan's speech centered on the fact that he couldn't find his preferred trailer at work a day after the supposed voter fraud, with the implication that Morgan's trailer had been stolen for nefarious purposes.

"I liked that trailer," Morgan said. "It was a nice trailer."

Pennsylvania court records show that Morgan has been arrested multiple times. In the most serious case, Morgan faced a raft of charges in 2005 that included forgery, theft, and receiving stolen property. Morgan eventually pleaded guilty to the forgery charge and was sentenced to more than six months in prison.

Have a Willie nice Christmas 🎄

Project Veritas' CNN Sting Uncovers Explosive News That Tucker Carlson Is Racist


So what were the supposedly shocking comments O’Keefe uncovered? According to his group’s Tuesday night release, the most damning thing anyone on CNN’s editorial team did was accuse Fox News’ Tucker Carlson of being a racist.

“I think it’s unavoidable that you have to talk about the naked racism of Tucker Carlson,” a man Project Veritas identified as CNN digital VP of global programming Marcus Mabry says in one tape. “Because that’s really what drove this anti-diversity push, you know, Trump watches Tucker Carlson's show and then reacts. And just as sort of the white supremacy hour they have on Fox News every night.”

Not exactly news for anyone who watches Carlson’s nightly show, including some of his own Fox News colleagues who said as much earlier this year.

Later, that same account revealed that Mabry was not even the staffer who made those comments about Carlson. “James & Tucker, the voice you ID’d tonight as ‘Marcus Mabry’ is actually GA resident & CNN General Counsel David Vigilante. We’re certain you’ll want to correct the record and apologize to the Black executive for assuming he was the voice raising concerns over white supremacy.”

Monoliths? This visionary had an in-home model 23 years ago.

The election was one whole month ago. We have 48 days left.

Yes one month ago was the election.

I said to my wife a few weeks ago that I was interested to see how Trump carried himself in this. I knew there’d be the regulars on their side throwing a fit but I wasn’t sure had he would handle this. For some reason I thought self respect and his legacy would weigh in here. Nope. He laid really low for about a week and since then he’s been building up more and more steam as this train wreck rambles on.

It’s a slow motion coup AND a slow motion train wreck at the same time with the normal amount of Clustertrump thrown in.

It’s only been one month. God are days going to be sooooo quiet and slow in 48 days. We may go days on end not watching someone be an asshole in public simply to get attention.

Washington DC bans gas-powered leaf blowers.

The gas-powered leaf blower ban was introduced by Ward 3 Councilmember Mary Cheh. It amends the Noise Control Act of 1977 to prohibit the sale or use of gas-powered leaf blowers as of January 1, 2022, with a maximum fine of $500 for violations. Battery-powered blowers are still permitted and gas-powered blowers are allowed on federal land.

The movement to ban gas-powered leaf blowers began in Wesley Heights, with proponents like The Atlantic writer and former presidential speechwriter James Fallows, The Atlantic writer Deb Fallows, and composer Haskell Small. Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in seven of the city’s eight wards endorsed the measure. The arguments were that gas-powered leaf blowers already violate the District’s noise laws, which were too difficult to enforce, and contribute to air pollution.

During a July public hearing, nearly all of the testimony was in favor of the bill, including local business owners that have already made the switch to battery-powered blowers.

If Bowser signs the ban, D.C. will join more than 170 jurisdictions in 31 states that regulate gas-powered leaf blowers, according to a D.C. Council report.


😟 Rural Virginia county officials pass resolution rejecting 'tyranny' of governor's coronavirus rest

Rural Virginia county officials pass resolution rejecting ‘tyranny’ of governor’s coronavirus restrictions

RUSTBURG, Va. — Nearly 100 people gathered in the Campbell County Board of Supervisors chamber outside Lynchburg this week, took off their face coverings and applauded an official resolution rejecting Gov. Ralph Northam's coronavirus restrictions.

“Free people have a duty to push back against these restrictions,” County Supervisor Charlie A. Watts II said during the Tuesday night hearing. Northam’s executive orders mandating the wearing of masks during the deadly pandemic, ordering restaurants to stop serving alcohol at 10 p.m. and limiting public gatherings to 25 people or fewer are “simply not the role of government in a free society,” Watts said.

The board in this deeply red county then voted unanimously in favor of a resolution declaring Campbell a “First Amendment sanctuary” — referring to the Bill of Rights guarantee of the freedom of assembly — and ordering local authorities not to enforce the Democratic governor’s mandates.

Campbell became the first Virginia locality to pass what some call a “nullify Northam” measure, but the idea is sweeping rural governments the way the “Second Amendment sanctuary” movement against gun control spread a year ago. Nearby Bedford considered a resolution last week that would have punished officials who tried to enforce the restrictions, including withholding funding from the sheriff and ordering the arrest of state agents.


I think Trump can do it. No, I really do.

I know the electors cast their definitive vote on December 14th but I have faith that Trump can lose several of these states at least a couple more times.

I really think he can do it.

Punctured lung - Tyrod Taylor won't file grievance against team or team doctor

Tyrod Taylor won't file grievance vs. Los Angeles Chargers, source says


Tyrod Taylor has decided not to file a grievance against the Los Angeles Chargers or a team doctor who punctured the quarterback's lung before a game this season, a source confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.

Taylor lost his starting role in Week 2 after a team doctor accidentally punctured his lung while giving him a painkilling injection prior to that week's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The injection was intended to help relieve the pain from two cracked ribs that Taylor suffered in Week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Following the incident, rookie Justin Herbert took over as the Chargers' starting quarterback. Coach Anthony Lynn had said Taylor would regain the starting job when healthy before changing course in October after Herbert impressed.

According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the NFLPA looked into whether the incident resulted in damages or loss of value, and none appear to have been found.

Yard signs 12/2/2020

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