THE WAY I SEE IT by Don Polson Red Bluff Daily News 9/06/2022
Fascism is as fascist does
Original title: “Rope-a-dope works.” The “2000 Mules” documentary supports the assertion of widespread, but localized (to urban/Democrat areas in swing states) vote fraud. I mentioned it anticipating a challenge; it provides such overwhelming evidence of coordinated “vote trafficking” operations in swing states, as to refute doubters.
Saying that “2000 Mules” has been “debunked” is like the line in “Princess Bride”: “You keep using that word; I don’t think it means what you think it means.” In that movie, Vizzini repeatedly says that it’s “inconceivable” that something that just happened, happened. Leftists quote progressive thought-leaders or left-leaning news/opinion sources—with questionable reasoning and partial- or half-truths—to provide “talking points” to “push back” against conservatives. It’s how they roll.
“Debunkers” of “2000 Mules” use the fallacious assertion that cell phones don’t provide accurate enough geo-location data to prove that a “vote-trafficking mule” went to multiple voting “drop boxes” to deposit a bunch of ballots of unknown or questionable authenticity. They might have been driving, or walking, by drop box locations.
Disproving that narrative: Cell phone location technology is used—by the FBI and other law enforcement, even in civil lawsuits—to prove that a defendant was in fact at a location they denied being. Or to prove that a suspect was nowhere near the crime scene at the time. Some prosecutions of Jan. 6 defendants used it to place them in the Capitol when the riots occurred (or didn’t).
That proves that the cell phone location “pings” put the vote “traffickers” at the drop boxes. Those in the “debunking” crowd haven’t watched “2000 Mules,” (sold by Amazon), and are ignorant of the fact that the movie’s creators limited suspected “mules” to those who visited at least ten drop boxes. In fact, the vote traffickers actually went to an average of over twenty drop boxes each night.
They took photos to prove their deeds and get paid; security cameras (if they worked) recorded many of those ballot drops, including the “selfies.” The “mules” could be seen wearing latex gloves, discarding them after the “selfies”; the gloves were a “learned” tactic after prosecution of blatantly illegal “vote trafficking” hinged on fingerprints left by the “mules.”
The numbers of “mules,” together with the hundreds of drop-boxes they visited, multiplied by the number of ballots dropped each time, total more than enough fraudulent votes to flip at least Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania from Biden to Trump, or a little over 100,000 votes. Trump was the winner. Just watch “2000 Mules” before challenging the idea that Democrat/leftist activists figured it out and committed fraud on a locally widespread scale as to be—they thought—undiscoverable, “perfect voting crimes.”
“Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” (George Santayana)
President-In-Name-Only Joe Biden has no original thoughts or words, constantly spewing what others write for him or plagiarizing from others; here are some borrowed insights on Biden’s speech-from-hades attacking “MAGA” Republicans. It’s “Make America Great Again,” you fool.
Friendly “pretorian guard” CNN and Washington Post voices: Nothing wrong or unusual to give it (Biden’s speech), “but doing it against a backdrop of two Marines…and the Marine Band is a break with White House traditions.” (Jeff Zeleny) “Whatever you think of this speech, the military is supposed to be apolitical. Positioning Marines in uniform behind (Biden) for a political speech flies in the face of that. It’s wrong…” (Brianna Keilar)
“Biden should invoke patriotism, not partisanship…It is a depressing reflection of the dangerous political situation…” (Washington Post) “The marines behind Biden was weird. If trump did that, every dem operative I follow would be freaking the f out.” (tweet from an ABC producer, Jeffrey Cook, who “follows” dem operatives!). Dark irony: hellish black and red background for Biden’s “battle for the soul of America.”
“Lines were crossed that can’t be uncrossed, from the use of the military as props in a blatantly political speech to Biden suggesting that nearly half the country is a ‘danger’ to the republic…It sure feels like Biden wants to provoke some kind of violent response. Why else even give this speech? What did it accomplish? What new was put out on the table? This is the same garbage Biden has been spewing for years, and it’s no more true today than it was when he was campaigning for president.” (Redstate.com)
Perhaps Biden projected the darkness of his own minions and partisans: “MAGA Republicans [should be Progressive Democrats] …embrace anger. They [leftist street activists] thrive on chaos. They [the left, BLM, antifa, etc.] live not in the light of truth, but in the shadow of lies.”
“Biden LITERALLY says ‘Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans’ are a ‘threat to the country’ RIGHT BEFORE he says ‘I’m an American President—not of Red America or Blue America.” Also, “Mr. Unity just gave the most divisive presidential speech I have ever seen!” (Kayleigh McEnany tweets)
“Joe Biden Demonizes Trump Supporters in Unhinged Prime Time Diatribe: ‘MAGA Forces’ Are ‘a Threat to this Country;’ ‘Fanning Flames of Violence’”
Even worse, using “clear and present danger” language harkens back to Woodrow Wilson’s curtailling the free speech of Americans. “Dissent is Fascism—Latest Democrat Mantra” sticks a knife in the old Democrat mantra: “Dissent is patriotic.”
“Joe Biden’s address in Philadelphia tonight is one of the most menacing, bitter, angry and divisive speeches in modern US political history. Hard to believe that a US president can stoop to this level, condemning tens of millions of Americans as enemies and a threat to democracy.” (Nile Gardener)
“Biden wants to unite half the country against the other half— ‘unity’ now means the opposite” (Jim Treacher)