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Portland rioters cause thousands of dollars in damage on Thanksgiving

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The New Seasons Market in Portland, Ore., was among businesses damaged during a riot on Nov. 26, 2020.
Rioters in Oregon's largest city on Thanksgiving caused thousands of dollars in damage, authorities said.

A group of people dressed in black clothing were witnessed smashing windows along Hawthorne Street in the early hours of Nov. 26, according to the Portland Police Bureau.

Officers canvassed the area and found that damage had been inflicted upon at least 10 businesses in the area.

Comment: Sine videos of the aftermath:

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Colorado County refuses to enforce lockdowns as civil disobedience spreads across America

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Weld County's defiance came days before news broke that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is "furious" because a Brooklyn synagogue held a secret wedding.

Colorado officials last week announced that several counties had moved into the "red level" — the second-highest measurement on its COVID-19 dial — and would be forced to implement new regulations on restaurants, gyms, and other parts of the economy to combat the virus.

Then something remarkable happened. Weld County, a county in the northern part of the state with a population of roughly a quarter million people, politely said no.

"Instead, county government continues to do what it has done since March, which is promote and encourage residents and business owners to take individual responsibility and make decisions to protect themselves, their families, their community and their businesses," the Board of Commissioners said in a statement.

With a test-positivity rate north of 16 percent, Weld County's infection rate is well above the 5 percent threshold the World Health Organization uses as a benchmark for taking proactive measures to limit the spread of the virus. Nevertheless, county officials enumerated what they would not do.

Candy Cane

Los Angeles residents ordered to stay at home until Christmas week, with all gatherings banned... except for church & protests

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© Reuters / Ringo Chiu
People take part in an All Black Lives Matter march, organized by Black LGBTQ+ leaders, in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, US, June 14, 2020.
Health officials in Los Angeles County have declared a new "safer-at-home" order, clamping down its Covid-19 restrictions to ban most gatherings for a three-week period, but created exemptions for religious services and protests.

The new directive, which will take effect next week and stay in force until December 20, will prohibit all public and private gatherings involving people from different households and impose further occupancy limits on businesses, the county health department announced on Friday.
Residents are advised to stay home as much as possible and always wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when they are outside their household and around others.

No Entry

Kanye West was booted off Illinois ballot amid thousands of invalid signatures - no problem for Biden

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Yeezy come, Yeezy go.

Kanye West won't be appearing on the presidential ballot for his home state after election officials in Illinois found that 1,900 of the 3,128 signatures West submitted are invalid.

That leaves the rapper short of the 2,500 needed to be included on the state's Presidential ballot.

While no reason was given, issues could be fake names or addresses, voters who were not eligible in Illinois, illegible signatures or something else entirely, TMZ notes.

The signatures were brought to the attention of the Illinois State Board of Elections after three people filed objections citing dodgy signatures, the site reported.

West reportedly dropped $30,000 to be included on the ballot.

Meanwhile Wisconsin is looking into West's presidential bid in that state after Democratic party members found signatures for "Mickey Mouse" and Bernie Sanders on that state's ballot.

"If the affidavits are true ... crimes were committed by the West campaign," attorney Michael Maistelman, who gathered the affidavits for the state Democratic Party, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.


Arrow Up

Voter fraud: 'Historically strange' spike in incomplete Nevada voter files, casinos as 'home'

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Supporters of President Donald Trump protest outside of the Clark County Elections Department in North Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020. Republicans have uncovered several ballot abnormalities.
An analysis of Nevada votes has uncovered an unprecedented jump in problem voter registrations, likely providing the Trump campaign with another avenue to challenge Joe Biden's victory in the critical state.

In an affidavit filed in another Republican election challenge, a "data scientist" found a huge surge of incomplete voter registrations and those giving casinos and temporary RV parks as "their home or mailing addresses" in the Third Congressional District that covers the southern third of the state and much of Clark County.

Comment: Matt Braynard's team found similar illegal registrations in Pennsylvania and Georgia, not to mention the bogus "indefinitely confined" absentee ballot voters in Wisconsin.

The expert, Dorothy Morgan, said that in her initial study of the records of those who voted, there was an "historically strange" jump in voter registrations missing the sex and age of the voter, making confirmation by poll workers impossible.
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Data expert Dorothy Morgan found this "historically strange" spike in incomplete voter registrations in Democratic Clark County, Nev. From Dorothy Morgan's affidavit.
She found that in the last presidential election, there were 68 voter registrations missing the critical data. In 2020, it was 13,372.

What's more, 74% of the incomplete registrations took place between July and September this year.

Comment: Nothing to see here. Repeat after us: There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.


Tulsi Gabbard: Trump must pardon Snowden and Assange for helping expose 'deep state' amid chorus against war on whistleblowers

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Outgoing Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has urged President Donald Trump to issue pardons for Edward Snowden and Julian Assange, echoing growing calls to absolve whistleblowers who helped to "expose" the US "deep state."

"Since you're giving pardons to people, please consider pardoning those who, at great personal sacrifice, exposed the deception and criminality of those in the deep state," Gabbard said in a tweet addressed to the president on Thursday, referring to Snowden and Assange.


Vermont governor instructs schools to interrogate students about family Thanksgiving gatherings

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Governor of Vermont Phil Scott
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott is giving schools the green light to interrogate students about their Thanksgiving activities following the break.

According to Scott, students or parents who admit to violating the state's holiday travel and gathering rules will be forced to participate in online school for two weeks, he announced via Twitter on Tuesday. The penalty will be reduced to one week if the students in question take a COVID-19 test.
The same quarantine method, Scott claimed, should apply to businesses whose employees decided to celebrate the Thanksgiving holidays with friends and family.

Comment: In a parallel dictate, city officials in Los Angeles offered these brilliant solutions:

Bad Guys

Lockdown wars come to Canada: Toronto BBQ owner dragged away in handcuffs for breaching Covid-19 rules

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Adam Skelly defied extreme lockdown measures in Etobicoke to open his restaurant for business
Adamson Barbecue owner Adam Skelly has been arrested after opening his restaurant in direct defiance of lockdown orders in Toronto, with a crowd of BBQ lovers shouting 'shame!' as officers dragged him away.

The barbecue restaurant and Skelly himself became the center of controversy this week after he announced in an Instagram video on Tuesday that he was opening his doors. He also questioned lockdown orders and whether Covid-19 cases were being inflated.

Comment: Adam Skelly serves his customers despite all obstacles:

Twitter posters nail it:

Chart Bar

Matt Braynard: Tangible evidence of vote fraud alone is enough to flip three states

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Significant evidence of vote fraud was revealed through data analysis and investigations by Matt Braynard, executive director of Look Ahead America. We had the pleasure of sitting down with Matt Braynard to look over his data and discuss his findings.

Comment: Take a look at some of Braynard's NCOA numbers:

Here is his summary of the complete findings:

And a good question:

Black Magic

Twisted, agenda-driven trans trolls are hell-bent on shutting down debate - even if it means attacking fellow minorities

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L.G.B.T. activists and their supporters rally in support of transgender people on the steps of New York City Hall, October 24, 2018 in New York City.
The long-running gay magazine Boyz has endured a blistering attack and a loss of supporters, after some innocuous activity on social media gravely upset a few members of the militant trans lobby.

We seem to have blinked and opened our eyes to a different world. That's Planet Trans, where gender identity is forcibly injected into any situation. As a byproduct, a nasty army of activists are lying in wait to bite any person or platform who refuses to submit to their self-serving ideology.

Distilled down, it's that trans-sexuals are the most important part and pinnacle of the movement to end discrimination. These zealots really are fanatical, as seen by their attack on Boyz, a monthly gay magazine which has existed since 1991.