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A 29-page report revealed that election official was caught double-counting ballots at the State Farm Center in Atlanta, Georgia. This follows news first reported by The Gateway Pundit that election operative Ruby Freeman was also caught tripe counting stacks of votes late at night at the counting center after GOP observers were sent home.
For the complete story, including many pages of that official report, please read this.
Former Arizona Secretary of State and current senate liaison for the Maricopa County audit, Ken Bennett, has said that they need to investigate anomalies such as 52 ballots that came from a single two-bedroom home.
This was just one of the many frauds discovered and it will take weeks to compile the report on everything they discovered.
Bennett was giving an update on the next steps in the audit during an interview with John Fredricks on the Outside The Beltway podcast.
This month seems very special. Thus far, on the 10th the sun did its ‘ring of fire’ eclipse, then on the 14th Mars and the moon were very close together. Tomorrow will literally be the longest day (Summer Solstice) for us living here in the Northern latitudes (shortest day for those of you in the Southern latitudes)….. And if that wasn’t enough for one month, on Thursday, the 24th some will see the last super moon of this year. Since wild strawberries that start to ripen during early summer gave name to full moon, this one is often called the Strawberry Moon. Other names of this Full Moon are Rose Moon, Hot Moon, and Mead Moon. If you want more information on that, check this out.
Oh, and of course, today is Father’s Day, so my best wishes to any/all Dads.
Pawsephone did her selfie while snoopervising the chef from a respectful distance:
Katsu just woke up and may or may not realized he purrticipated this week:
Saphera even posed with her donuts … she claims they have strawberry icing… I’m wondering if she might be a bit senile because you and I both know that is fabric, not real icing:
Angel says our Florida heat has arrived in Ohio, so his porch is now too hot in the heat of the day. His Ma had more tests this past week, but he didn’t have any results to share. Thus, we continue to purray for her returned health, as well as the health of many of our other furiends and/or their humans.
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Have a wonderful week, dear furiends!
Arizona Election Results found ‘Significant Discrepancies,’ Ballots Off By Up To 17.5%, Joe Biden ‘Likely Did Not Win….
The currently ongoing audit of ballots that were cast in Maricopa County, Arizona has discovered “significant discrepancies” in the number of ballots versus the number of them that were supposed to exist. Which essentially means there’s shenanigans going on just as everyone suspected from the beginning.
According to a new report published by Infowars, Boris Epshteyn, a political strategist, went on to suggest the discrepancies might be as high as 17.5 percent and then dropped the bombshell that it’s “likely Joe Biden did not win Arizona.”
The Arizona Senate President sent a letter out to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, which addressed some pretty big issues that have already been discovered in the audit and offered to settle them without the need for more subpoenas or any sort of compulsory action.
For the full story including an embedded video, please go here.
Is Biden about to be caught for trying to steal the election, too?
Everyone deals with jerks and disrespect, but not everyone gets bullied. Jerks and disrespect are a normal part of life. Bullying, on the other hand, is a whole other animal. Although a jerk’s behavior is hurtful and negative, it does not mean that it can be classified as bullying. When is hurtful behavior classified as…Bullying and Jerky Behavior. What’s the Difference? — Chateau Cherie
Reports of election issues seem to be getting more serious, and more frequent ever since Arizona’s audit began.
Georgia is now under serious scrutiny, and for good reason.
Vince recently reported on how there could be up to 100 batches of missing ballots in Fulton County, but now another Georgia locale has come under fire: Atlanta. You can read about that here. Frankly, I would be more surprised if there was not election fraud found. I meow that because as you can see on this map, each gold dot represents a Dominion voting machine and Georgia looks like it is simply infested with those things.
The results of all these ongoing forensic audits should be very interesting!
1. If I could trade places with someone for a day, I would trade with no one. I am comfortable being myself … everyone has problems. Everyone, even though some try to hide their problems and make others think their life is purrfect. My life isn’t purrfect, but I’m okay with that.
2. While I love my garden, I would like to own a cottage on water some day. Then Pawsephone, Katsu and I could splash and swim whenever wanted.
3. I can’t stand being outdoors in the hot part of the hot, humid heat this time of the year.
4. Mornings in my garden, before the sun gets too hot is my favorite thing about this time of the year.
This post is hosted by Ms. Ellen of https://15andmeowing.com and Ms.Lorianne of Fourleggedfurballs. Yesterday, they asked these questions. (Ms. Ellen asked the first two fill-in-the-blank questions and Ms. Lorianne the later two.) If you don’t want to write a blog post, you can simply answer in the comments section. These were the original questions:
1. If I could trade places with someone for a day, I would trade with ________________________.
2. I would like to own a __________________ some day.
3. I can’t stand _________ this time of the year.
4. _________ is my favorite thing about this time of the year.
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