Christina Bobb calls out the multiple elected leaders who claim they don’t have the authority to do anything about fraud in the 2020 election. … and disable advertisements! No kidding 🙂
by Cesare Sacchetti
The latest article published on this blog has explained the hacking scheme which involves Italy’s government.
Bradley Johnson, a former CIA agent and chief of one of the intelligence agency stations, revealed how Italy had a crucial role in what could be described as an international coup d’état against Donald Trump.
Basically, the main actor of this attack was Leonardo, who is an Italian government company leader in the defense and aerospace sectors.
There’s another person who has completely confirmed the role of Italy in this fraud and it is Maria Zack.
Mrs. Zack is the chairman of the association “Nations in Action ” and in an audio file leaked two days ago she explains how the fraud would have occurred.
According to Mrs. Zack, the operation center which coordinated the attack was effectively the US embassy in Rome.
This version completely matches Mr. Johnson’s story, but Mrs. Zack gives more important details about it.
The operation would have been coordinated by the Italian General Claudio Graziano on the second floor of the embassy, assisted by an Italian secret service agent, Stefano Serafini.
General Graziano is a very important character in this story. The Italian military leader is the president of the military committee of the European Union.
The General is an ardent supporter of a European army solution and in one of his recent conferences clearly said that there’s nothing beyond the EU and NATO.
Therefore, Graziano could be considered a deep state operative and a member of the military lobbies that are fiercely opposing President Trump’s foreign policy, which is not based upon military interventionism but on the respect of other countries’ sovereignty.
However, the Italian military would have been the director of this operation which would have used Leonardo’s technology.
This post is also available in English by Cesare Sacchetti The latest article published on this blog has explained the hacking scheme which involves Italy’s government. Bradley Johnson, a former CIA agent and chief of one of the intelligence agency stations, revealed how Italy had a crucial role in what could be described as an international coup d’état against Donald Trump.
This post is also available in English by Cesare Sacchetti Apparently, Switzerland is not the only country that played a major role in the international hacking operation against the US election.
Social media companies banning President Donald Trump is something the Chinese Communist Party would do, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley said Friday.
“Silencing people, not to mention the President of the U.S., is what happens in China not our country,” Haley wrote in a tweet.
Twitter announced earlier in the day that it was permanently removing Trump’s account, which had been active since before he took office in 2016. The company claimed his recent tweets were inciting violence.
Trump in response accused Twitter of “banning free speech” and coordinating “with the Democrats and the Radical Left in removing my account from their platform, to silence me—and YOU, the 75,000,000 great patriots who voted for me.”
Trump said his team has been negotiating with competitors to Twitter and is looking into building their own platform in the near future.
Facebook also banned Trump, at least for the remainder of his term.
Social media companies banning President Donald Trump is something the Chinese Communist Party would do, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley said Friday. “Silencing people, not to mention the President of the U.S., is what happens in China not our country,” Haley wrote in a tweet.
Talk radio host Kevin McCullough put out the call that night for followers to capture live video proof of votes changing in real-time and twitter users didn’t disappoint. Twitter user Mr. Rhodes provided videos of votes changing on-screen during live coverage from Fox News, CNN and even ABC.
Videos showed changes of 10k and 20k votes on Fox News’ stream and during the CNN stream a difference of 31,400 is evident. Twitter user @amuse who according to their twitter header specializes in “Building Stuff & Consulting • Leveraging Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, & Blockchain to Solve Problems.” posted that
“Edison data from Dominion machines adds votes for each candidate, but sometimes deletes votes for Republicans.”
It was election night Déjà vu as reported numbers suddenly shifted with votes subtracted from Loeffler and Perdue and added to Democrats in GA
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County GOP Chairman,
Pennsylvania’s a State populated by people of a temperate character. I don’t believe you’ll find any radical acts in our history; if you do – when an act did seem to go against our tradition and history, we took steps to correct those acts. The year 2020 was a very different year–we experienced some of the worst riots in our history, possibly the worst election in our history, witnessed a governor and his bureaucrats abuse their authority using COVID as an excuse to violate our Federal and State Constitutional rights, and suffered another year of judicial activism by a Democrat-controlled State Supreme Court.
I write because I’m concerned that even when we have majorities in the legislatures – shockingly, even when we have the legislature and executive – we still cannot get our agenda implemented. It appears that the Republican platform and agenda can only move forward if we have a super majority of both houses, the Executive, and a super majority of true conservative judges, else we capitulate to the Democrats or compromise on their terms or even take up their agenda items and offer them up as our own. The final barrier is put up by weak Republican judges appealing to some ridiculous ahistorical test or Democrat activist judges.
In the twenty years that I’ve been an active Republican the trend has gone in one direction–greater debt, more regulation, larger government, higher taxes, and now we can add less secure elections. We implement softer versions of the Democrat agenda arriving at the same destination they wanted to take us and we campaigned against. Instead of running off the cliff with the Democrats, we walk off. When there’s a crisis our members take immediate action, hold hearings, make pronouncements, and throw a few bones to our voters but after taking a second look we learn that it was our party that gave in on earlier legislation that caused the crisis. To keep the wheels of government moving we often give up the leverage we have in appropriations, or in limiting the opposition in bring amendments, or removing misbehaving judges, or using the VETO.
To create accountability with our Republican elected officials, I suggest the following items to help us stay informed of their work, set the expectations we will have of them, and not continue to be disappointed by members that end up abandoning our priorities and even saving most of their vitriol for us and other Republican officials that are being faithful to our voters and our platform.
Standing Committees: We need standing committees to monitor each level of government. We cannot continue to sit idly by and be surprised by new limits on our rights, or pork, or new lifetime entitlements that lead to new taxes and fees.
Removing Conflicts of Interest: I believe it makes it difficult for the committee to hold elected officials accountable when they serve on the committee as members or officers. They should be welcome to come and speak to the committee but they should not hold a seat on the committee.
Term Limits: Even though we do not have term limits for many of our offices we need to make it known to all candidates that they will only be supported to serve a set number of terms or years. I also think we should be encouraging them to create term limits. We do not believe in monarchy yet we suffer under the rule of certain people for half our lives. We also need to have a process of training and preparing new candidates for once the terms expire.
Accountability: When members abandon our platform, our agenda, our principles, or even propose items that endanger our constitutional rights the committee needs to make known their displeasure and be willing to censure or support their primary opponents.
I think it’s important to state what I do not mean–I do not mean to micromanage our elected officials but we should be able to measure the progress of our platform. I subscribe to the idea that “politics is the art of the possible” and understand that politics requires a give and take, however, too often we hear members say they vote 89% with the leadership but leave out that the 11% they voted against was on the big questions, and, many times, items specifically stated in our platform. When elected members abandon our agenda and give up any leverage we can utilize, our voters and volunteers are demoralized. We see the results of this when we lose districts that historically voted Republican. Let’s begin to hold elected officials accountable sooner rather than when they are ready to step down on their own.
It is true that the work of the committee is hard and sometimes the committee members are few. I pray that you receive new strength from God this year and that 2021 be a year of renewal for our party and our State.
East Penn Township
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About Me–I’ve served as a Committee Member over the last twenty years in both Chester and Lehigh County.
Served as an election monitor for about 4 years in Philadelphia. Was the Executive Director for LehighGOP in 2011.
Was the Allentown City Area Captain.
Currently provide technology support, on an as needed basis, for CarbonGOP and LehighGOP.
Served as the Hispanic Outreach Director for Senator Santorum 2006 campaign.
Served as the Latinos for Trump – Regional Coalition Director in Eastern PA in 2020.
If you’re still using big tech social media platforms and see our articles on them recently, you might have noticed a ‘false news’ label—not just about any specific article, but about our entire publication.
Because we’ve posted content labeled ‘false’ by those platforms’ chosen ‘fact-checkers’ before, our entire publication is now penalized whenever we post.
It’s another sign of the tightening censorship we’re facing online as Americans in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.
We’re at a point where the validity of information isn’t judged based on the information itself, but based on who said it.
But when there’s a will, there’s a way, and even if they continue to demerit our content, we will still continue to uphold our principles of reporting the news.