“Mr. Ness, everybody knows where the booze is. The problem isn’t finding it, the problem is who wants to cross Capone.”

King Arnulf: Now, I know what some of you must be thinking… the day has come…. we’re all going down, etc. etc. But let’s get away from the fantasy and look at the FACTS. FACT ONE – The threat of total destruction has kept the peace for one thousand years. FACT TWO – The chances of it failing now are therefore one in three hundred and sixty-five thousand. FACT THREE…[by this time the water is up to people’s knees, and several have crowded onto the lower steps to avoid getting wet.] FACT THREE – Our safety regulations are the most rigorous in the world. We are all nice to each other, we never rub each other up the wrong way or contradict each other, do we?

Crowd: [As the building sink and fall] No.

Citizen: We… er… do seem to be going down quite fast, Your Majesty – not trying to contradict you, course.

King Arnulf: No, of course you’re not, citizen. But let’s stick to the facts. There has NEVER been a safer, more certain way of keeping the peace. So whatever’s happening, you can rest assured, Hy-Brasil is NOT sinking. Repeat, NOT sinking.

Erik the Viking 1989

There is one dynamic that is playing on in the challenge to the Democrat Magic Ballots that deserves more attention.

I’ve already talked about the uphill climb the President has legally here. But it’s the mountain that the Democrat / Left / Media has to conquer is a higher one that is forcing them into absurdity at best and violence and intimidation at worst.

You see people who know statistics and elections know what happened. People who have followed Philadelphia, Detroit, Milwaukee and Atlanta know what shenanigans have gone on in the past and continue to go on. this is no secret to anybody even remotely connected to these cities and states.

After all if the case for the existence of vote fraud is weak you (and remember Trump has to win in 3 or 5 states ) you don’t target people’s lawyers to withdraw and particularly not entire firms. You don’t censor people, particularly low level people for tweeting out charts and you don’t slap warning labels on a former UN Ambassador and governor for stating simple direct facts. And you certainly don’t falsely claim that a whistle blower has recanted when he has not.

In fact the Democrat / Tech / Media left has apparently gone all in on the idea that there is no such thing as election fraud but that any who dare suggest so must be punished.

Donald Trump is playing Elliot Ness, he is attempting to expose and stop the corruption that people have known has been going on for decades in these cites and prove that is was enough to overturn the results of an election. He will have to have a strong case, there is a reason why Al Capone was convinced of Tax Evasion rather than bootlegging and conspiracy.

The Media / Democrat / Tech left is not satisfied with those advantages. They have they have decided to go all out to prove that there is no fraud PERIOD. It’s like telling people in Chicago in the 20’s and 30’s to declare in public that Al Capone isn’t a gangster and to punish anyone who doesn’t say so.

I think this is a mountain beyond them and even if they manage to win their cases this is a moment that has within it the seeds of their destruction.

Cue Sean Connery:

The Text of my latest appeal to Twitter for the 3rd lockdown of my account in a week:

Here is the text of the appeal I submitted for this third lockdown in one week for retweeting the link to benford’s law

Not only is this the 3rd time you have falsely & baselessly accused me of tweeting “privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent” when I’ve retweeted this post on Benford’s statistical law but it’s the 2nd time you’ve done so AFTER APOLOGIZING FOR THE 1ST LOCKOUT AND SAYING IT WAS IN ERROR.

Not only are you slandering me in writing I might add but after the last time I won my appeal I tweeted you that I’d be retweeting this in 50 hours and updated you several times that I was going to do so.

Yet you locked me anyways and again made false accusations against me in writing. If the first time was in error what was the second, or the third. I’d call it deliberate malfeasance and that’s the most tame description I can think of

Now if you are so terrified about people seeing statistical evidence that Joe Biden’s “magic ballots” are just that have the courage to state you will not allow such evidence to be shown. Stop falsely accusing me of putting out ” privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent”

It’s just this type of deceitful and dishonorable behavior that makes your brand distrusted by half the population.

I will not delete the tweet in question nor will I submit. The only question is will you actually play by your own rules or is there a different set for those whose politics you don’t like?

You’re CEO has sworn under oath that this is not so, your repeated actions toward me this last week suggest he’s a liar.

I think a better word for that last sentence would have been “confirmed” rather than “suggest” but I guess I’m just too polite a guy

Make California Crazy Again

Some of the more surprising results from Election Season are Biden’s victories in Georgia (the first time in 28 years Georgia has voted for the Democrat) and Arizona, which, aside from 2020, has voted for the Democrat once in 72 years.

Texas was a lot closer than in recent years: in 2000, Bush beat Gore by 21 points.  2004 was worse, Bush over Kerry by 23 points.  Even Romney beat Obama by 16 points in 2012.  Trump’s 9 point margin of victory in 2016 dwindled to 6 points in 2020. Texas’ downward trend in victory margins surely is furrowing Republican brows in DC.

And Trump’s victory in North Carolina was too close to call until just the other day.

In 2018, 86,164 Californians moved to Texas, the number one destination of Californians leaving the Golden State. 68,516 Californians moved to Arizona, the number 2 destination.  Nevada – another narrow Biden victory – was fourth, with 50, 707 Californians moving to the Silver State.  And North Carolina and Georgia were 14th and 15th, respectively.

The Republican Sunbelt is under assault. By Californians.

Since 2007, more Californians have moved to Texas and Arizona than anywhere else.

We’re like a virus, and we’re bring our crazy California progressive politics with us.

Law professor and Instapundit Master Glenn Reynolds has urged these states to provide a “welcome wagon” that explains why the generally more conservative politics of these red states have made them so attractive they’ve even pulled Californians away from paradise.

Fine idea, sure, but as the saying goes, one good idea deserves another.

It’s time to Make California Crazy Again.

It’s apparent California must be some kind of conservative hellhole. Why else would all these fine progressive people be leaving the state? We need to make California the progressive paradise, where transgender surgery coupons are handed to you as you cross what racists call a “border,” where snack machines are stocked with your choice of artisanal narcotics, where dollars are delivered to your doorstep so long as everyone takes a number.

We need to draw all those progressive Californians infecting the politics of their newly adopted homes back to paradise. Back to sunshine, cool vibes, and abortion clinics in high schools. Better one state takes the progressive fall than the whole nation.

Wait, progressives already run this state, you say? They have a veto-proof supermajority in both legislative chambers?

What’s that? Their policies are what’s driving everyone out in the first place?

Well, that’s a problem.

Welcome wagon, anyone?

A 3rd Visit to the Twitter Gulag Archipelago Or: Guess Who Twitter Locked & Slandered over a Benford’s Law tweet again?

Today has been a day of coincidences.

About three days ago I was again released from the Twitter Gulag Archipelago and at that time I tweeted out the following thread:

This is what’s called building a chain of evidence.

I’m obviously not alone in this

I should point out I’m referring to my 2nd appeal in that tweet

So basically I gave them 50 hours

Each one of those email is a written statement of a false accusation

And most importantly other than the 1st one, each of them came after they sent an email acknowledging that they banned me in error

furthermore I made it a point of reminding twitter what was coming again…

And then something very interesting happened just as my livestream started…

Well I kept podcasting even though it wasn’t live and then came the moment to start testing twitter.

The 1st test was to take the entirety of this post copy it directly to my site and reprint it as a post of mine with a disclaimer at the top & bottom explaining exactly why I was doing it

Now let’s see if twitter tags MY post and starts locking people accusing them of distributing :

privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent

I’m doing this live during the podcast (that youtube has suddenly cut me off of unexpectedly of course)

Well Twitter passed that test

Twitter passed that test then on to test two again which I introduced with a new thread

As I wanted to document exactly what was going to happen

All of this was captured on my livestream or I should say “would have been since strangly enough the entire broadcast and even the saved file that I recorded offline has vanished and GUESS WHAT HAPPENED?

And it was followed within a few minutes of an email from twitter accusing me of guess what

violating our rules against posting or sharing privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent

Now this makes the 3rd time they have falsely accused me IN WRITING of this.

I’m not a lawyer and don’t pretend to be one but I’m wondering at what point this becomes actionable?

Anyways that’s where I stand no podcast and no twitter although I might decide to rebroad cast later when I’m unlocked again after I win my next appeal which I’m pretty sure I will.

It’s when I don’t that things might get interesting

And yes I could just let it go or move to another platform but damn it I’m going to make twitter own up and follow it’s own supposed rules and if it means I spend a month making twitter ban and unlock me over and over again so be it.

It’s my way of fighting back and yes it’s a pinprick in the side of an elephant but I’m going to keep it up

I will not submit

Update: Here is the text of my appeal

Not only is this the 3rd time you have falsely & baselessly accused me of tweeting “privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent” when I’ve retweeted this post on Benford’s statistical law but it’s the 2nd time you’ve done so AFTER APOLOGIZING FOR THE 1ST LOCKOUT AND SAYING IT WAS IN ERROR.

Not only are you slandering me in writing I might add but after the last time I won my appeal I tweeted you that I’d be retweeting this in 50 hours and updated you several times that I was going to do so.

Yet you locked me anyways and again made false accusations against me in writing. If the first time was in error what was the second, or the third. I’d call it deliberate malfeasance and that’s the most tame description I can think of

Now if you are so terrified about people seeing statistical evidence that Joe Biden’s “magic ballots” are just that have the courage to state you will not allow such evidence to be shown. Stop falsely accusing me of putting out ” privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent”

It’s just this type of deceitful and dishonorable behavior that makes your brand distrusted by half the population.

I will not delete the tweet in question nor will I submit. The only question is will you actually play by your own rules or is there a different set for those whose politics you don’t like?

You’re CEO has sworn under oath that this is not so, your repeated actions toward me this last week suggest he’s a liar.

Twitter lock test one reprinting the post

The items below are from the site gnews from this post which I’m copying in it’s entity to see if twitter will ban this post or mark my post once it contains the contents therein

I am not making any claim that his analysts is spot on, I’m just twitter

Joe Biden’s votes violate Benford’s Law (Mathematics)

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Himalaya Australia

Himalaya Australia Nov. 07

Source of image: Twitter

As the vote counting for the 2020 Presidential Election continues, various facts suggest rampant frauds in Joe Biden’s votes. So does mathematics in terms of the votes from precincts.

Benford’s law or the first-digit law, is used to check if a set of numbers are naturally occurring or manually fabricated. It has been applied to detect the voting frauds in Iranian 2009 election and various other applications including forensic investigations.

This is what described by Wikipedia:

“Benford’s law, or the first-digit law, is an observation about the frequency distribution of leading digits in many real-life sets of numerical data. The law states that in many naturally occurring collections of numbers, the leading digit is likely to be small.

For example, in sets that obey the law, the number 1 appears as the leading significant digit about 30% of the time, while 9 appears as the leading significant digit less than 5% of the time. If the digits were distributed uniformly, they would each occur about 11.1% of the time. Benford’s law also makes predictions about the distribution of second digits, third digits, digit combinations, and so on.”

One of the examples is the population of the world, which are naturally occurring numbers.

Distribution of first-digit (in %) of population numbers in 237 countries in 2010.
Source: wikipedia.org

A number of people on the internet have checked the votes (precinct by precinct) of Joe Biden, Donald Trump as well as other candidates for their legitimacy in terms of the Benford’s Law.

According a Reddit user, r/dataisbeautiful’s calculation, the ‘normal’ distribution of first digits for the different candidates based on Benford’s law is illustrated below.

Source of image: https://bit.ly/3l7mUE5

Youtuber Nyar has shared the observations on a number of counties, concluding that Trump and others’ votes have natural distribution but not for Joe Biden’s.

In Fulton County, Georgia, which overlaps with the Atlantic metropolitan where Joe Biden is expected to win, all of the three candidates have normal distributions for their votes. (Joe Biden 72.6%, Donald Trump 26.2%, Jo Jorgensen 1.2%. Source: .theguardian.com)

Image from github.com/ (https://bit.ly/2GGTXjq)

In Miami-Dade County of Florida, which includes the Miami metropolitan where Joe Biden is expected to win, all candidates’ votes obey Benford’s Law. (Joe Biden 53.4%, Donald Trump 46.1%, Jo Jorgensen 0.3%. Source: theguardian.com)

Image from github.com/ (https://bit.ly/2GGTXjq)

However, in the Milwaukee County of Wisconsin, which is in one of the key swing states, Joe Biden’s votes violate Benford’s Law while other candidates’ don’t. (Joe Biden 69.4%, Donald Trump 29.4%, Jo Jorgensen 0.9%. Source: theguardian.com)

Image from github.com/ (https://bit.ly/2GGTXjq)

And in Chicago of Illinois, Joe Biden’s votes are abnormal.

Image from github.com/ (https://bit.ly/2GGTXjq)

So does that of Allegheny of Pennsylvania which includes Pittsburg. (Joe Biden 59.0%, Donald Trump 39.9%, Jo Jorgensen 1.2%. Source: theguardian.com)

It looks like maybe Biden had lost big cities like Chicago and Pittsburgh, which is why the fraudulent votes need to be brought in, which skew his curve away from a normal looking one.

For those who are interested to reproduce the analysis, you can follow the instructions here and give it a go.

Author: River|Himalaya Scholars


Now let’s see if twitter tags MY post and starts locking people accusing them of distributing :

privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their consent

I’m doing this live during the podcast (that youtube has suddenly cut me off of unexpectedly of course)

Here goes

Update: Well they didn’t lock me for putting up this exact reprint post but they locked me as soon as I attempted to retweet the original

unexpectedly of course

The Coming Outbreak of Jeffrey Epstein Disease in Philly, Detroit, Milwaukee, Atlanta & Las Vegas

Nicky Santoro: [voice-over] So the day of the arraignment they had this meeting right at the back of the courthouse. See when something like this happens you know how things are going to work out. It’s always better with no witnesses. So what about Andy?

Vinny Forlano: He won’t talk. Stone is a good kid. Stand-up guy, just like his old man. That’s the way I see it.

Vincent Borelli: I agree. He’s solid. A fuckin’ Marine.

Americo Capelli: He’s okay. He always was. Remo, what do you think?

Remo Gaggi: Look… why take a chance? At least, that’s the way I feel about it.

Casino 1995

Yesterday I mentioned that the Democrat bosses who decided to go all in on election fraud would not stop at murder to keep from being exposed.

While I was referring to the use of Antifa thugs I think there is a second, no less fatal outcome that will be playing out.

Consider this scene from the Movie Casino:

Here is the key text of that exchange in case the clip gets pulled

Ace Rothstein: Four reels, sevens across on three $15,000 jackpots. Do you have any idea what the odds are?

Don Ward: Shoot, it’s gotta be in the millions, maybe more.

Ace Rothstein: Three fuckin’ jackpots in 20 minutes? Why didn’t you pull the machines? Why didn’t you call me?

Don Ward: Well, it happened so quick, 3 guys won; I didn’t have a chance…

Ace Rothstein: [interrupts] You didn’t see the scam? You didn’t see what was going on?

Don Ward: Well, there’s no way to determine that…

Ace Rothstein: Yes there is! An infallible way, they won!

Don Ward: Well, it’s a casino! People gotta win sometimes.

Ace Rothstein: [grows more irritated] Ward, you’re pissing me off. Now you’re insulting my intelligence; what you think I am, a fuckin’ idiot? You know goddamn well that someone had to get into those machines and set those fuckin’ reels. The probability of one four-reel machine is a million and a half to one; the probability of three machines in a row; it’s in the billions! It cannot happen, would not happen, you fuckin’ momo! What’s the matter with you? Didn’t you see you were being set up on the second win?

And this tweet from Scott Adams

There is a reason why Twitter and Facebook and other platforms are in full censorship mode on stuff like benfords law or why a bbc story on how to spot election fraud is accessible by archive today , it’s because Joe Biden #magicballotsTM business is easily understandable by the avg person. And if you think they’re scared now wait till the president starts going on the road to make his case to the American People while presenting his case to the courts.

And now we’re seeing both Rudy and Trump state that they have whistleblowers lined up to talk. Combined with the statistical evidence and and all else they have a good shot, not a great shot of winning at the state level in court but a much better chance at convincing the legislators which is the 2nd path.

But either way there is a problem. No matter what happens with the case a lot of scrutiny is being brought onto the existing fraud that has been going on for years and such stuff can’t stand that kind of thing.

And that becomes a problem for the bosses, because it’s not like they were bringing in the ballots or filling them out themselves. There are a lot of grunts who did the leg work involved here and all of those grunts are potential witnesses to federal offenses.

And that means they are a danger to the bosses. Cue Casino

Now do a expect a bunch of bullet ridden bodies all over the place? Nope (maybe one or two who live in gang area who are “unexpectedly” caught in gang crossfire.

But I DO expect a sudden outbreak of what I call “Jeffrey Epstein disease”. I expect to see “accidents”. I expect to see “suicides”. And I expect to see people unfortunately succumb to the Covid virus all of ordinary people who might seem insignificant but who upon investigation turn out to have had potential knowledge of what went down.

There’s actually two ironies here:

  1. These people are not in danger from the millions of very heavily armed Trump voters disgusted by their stealing of a federal election, but by their political and financial friends on whose behalf they stole it.
  2. The people who are actually safest are the current whistle-blowers and any future ones who come forward in the next couple of weeks because they will have the protection of the POTUS and if there is one bit of optics that the left media DOESN’T want it’s people who have gone under oath concerning the magic ballots & election fraud getting killed.

Even the most dense leftist in denial would understand what that means.

By trying to steal the election the Democrats have poked a very dangerous dragon in the eye

In the United States stealing of elections is the most unforgivable crime.  The higher the office the more unspeakable the crime.  The Democrats, by attempting to steal the presidential election, are committing a particularly heinous crime.  I firmly believe the Democrats have no idea that they have opened up a very dangerous can of worms.

This attempted theft of the presidential election has caused the most severe constitutional crises we have faced as a nation since the Civil War.  The safeguards built into the Constitution rely heavily on the good faith between all of those running for office, those voting, those counting the votes, and those certifying the votes.  I don’t believe they ever anticipated an attempted coup by those counting and possibly by those who will eventually certify the votes and the entire election.

It has been demonstrated over and over again that the political left has shown a remarkable proclivity for violence.  The evidence on this is overwhelming.  President Trump supporters have proved to be the exact opposite but will that continue to hold true now  that we are facing the very real possibility that the Democrats will steal the election from President Trump?

The political right firmly believes in following the Constitution, upholding the rule of law, and non violent protest.  By attempting to the steal the election the Democrats have thrown out the Constitution and vomited all over the rule of law. 

The peaceful protests by President Trump supporters are starting to ramp up and will soon reach levels that we have never witnessed before, numbers that will be truly historic.  The court challenges to counter the tsunami of election fraud and other malfeasance are just beginning.  These law suits should end up in the Supreme Court.

What happens if the theft of the election is not checked by the courts?  Will the millions of Trump supporters remain peaceful when faced with an actual real theft of the presidency by extremely liberal Democrats who will systematically dismantle the entire United States and turn us into a Socialist Democracy such as Venezuela?  The Democrats have made it abundantly clear that they will stack the Supreme Court, add more states, and rewrite election laws to make it far more unlikely that Republicans will ever win elections again.  Most on our side believe that if the Democrats steal this election they will successfully steal most future elections. 

There is a high likelihood that this attempted theft of the Presidency will lead to an open conflict between the thieving Democrats and the normally peaceful Trump supporters.  The Democrats have no idea what a dangerous Pandora’s box they have opened.  President Trump’s supporters are extremely passionate supporters, just watch replays of one of his rallies.  There are around 70 million of these passionate supporters.  Most of these passionate supporters are well armed and know how to use their guns. I believe that there is a good chance that this attempted theft of the election. if it comes to pass. could result in a open civil war.  I have heard so many others expressing the same exact concerns on social media.  If it comes to pass it will be the fault of the Democrats because theft of the presidential election would clearly fit the definition of a coup.

Report from Louisiana: #AmReading

By:  Pat Austin

SHREVEPORT – Sick of politics?  Tired of reading about the coronavirus?  There are some great new book releases coming out this month that you should check out. One’s a mystery, one is chick-lit, and one is a classic collection of essays: something for everyone!

First, Michael Connelly is back with his Lincoln Lawyer, Mickey Haller. The Law of Innocence is Haller at his best as he is apparently framed for a murder and then must defend himself in court….from jail. We have all the familiar characters that we’ve come to know and love in a Haller story: Lorna, Cisco, and even Harry Bosch lends a hand. The frame against Haller looks pretty airtight and Connelly keeps you guessing all the way to the end.

I love Michael Connelly because as prolific as he is, his stories never get stale or predictable. The Law of Innocence comes out November 10.

Also coming out on the tenth is a chick-lit romp in The First Time We Met by Jo Lovett. Sometimes you just need something light and meaningless and while I don’t read a lot of chick-lit, I did review this one for NetGalley and enjoyed it. Izzy is our protagonist; she meets Sam on his wedding day and of course he is the one and only for her. The novel covers decades and is set on two continents, but Izzy and Sam remain linked. There are the obligatory best-friend characters that add to the mix. Predictable? Sometimes. Fun? Yep.  If chick-lit is your thing, check this one out.

On a more serious note, The Glorious American Essay comes out November 17, and is edited by Phillip Lopate. This is truly one I have got to have on my shelves in my personal collection. It includes essays from Colonial times to the present. Here you can find essays from the Founding Fathers, Thoreau, John Muir, Rachel Carson, Annie Dillard, to name a few. It’s a beautiful collection and is perhaps the definitive collection of the American essay. I absolutely loved this one and will probably give it for Christmas to several people on my list.

I recently finished reading Kerri Arsenault’s Mill Town and I highly recommend it as well. It is part memoir and part investigation into what is causing high cancer rates in her Maine hometown. The obvious culprit is the paper mill and the dioxin it produces. Arsenault has a quiet, gentle “voice” and her diligent, prodding investigation runs from local interviews with townsfolk to the DEQ basement archives. I was engrossed in this one from beginning to end.

What are you reading? I need recommendations! Pat Austin blogs at And So it Goes in Shreveport and is the author of Cane River Bohemia: Cammie Henry and her Circle at Melrose Plantation. Follow her on Instagram @patbecker25 and Twitter @paustin110.

To Twitter: NUTS! DaTechGuyblog

Got this notice from twitter in tweetdeck.

I checked my account and saw this

While I haven’t checked my email, I’ve determined that it’s over this tweet

Which linked to this Instapundit post

FACEBOOK WON’T ALLOW THIS LINK TO BE POSTED: Joe Biden’s votes violate Benford’s Law. It didn’t work when I tried.

They won’t let the shortened bit.ly version be posted either. Maybe the story’s wrong, maybe it isn’t, but this is bullshit.

I haven’t checked my email and I don’t intend to. If they let me back in after 12 hours fine. If they won’t unless I delete that tweet which didn’t like. I simply don’t care.

If it means I don’t do twitter, let me put it bluntly

As it says at the top of Stacy McCain’s site:

“One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up.” — Arthur Koestler

I had to be talked into joining twitter, I lived a whole life without it for decades, if I live my final 20 years without it that’s fine too.

I will write what I want. If they decide to lock me out fine, if they decide to ban me, fine.

I will not submit.

Update: Check my email and it said I’ve posted or shared:

“privately produced/distrubted intimate media of someone without their consent”

I literally have absolutely no idea what they’re talking about. The tweet in question has no intimate media I presume it is simply a lie and pretense.

Because that’s what dishonorable people do.

Update 2: It just hit me that there are those who might not get the historical context behind my reply the story is here

The surrender demand from the Germans was as follows:

“December 22nd 1944

To the U.S.A. Commander of the encircled town of Bastogne.

The fortune of war is changing. This time the U.S.A.
forces in and near Bastogne have been encircled by strong
German armored units. More German armored units have crossed
the river Ourthe near Ortheuville, have taken Marche and
reached St. Hubert by passing through Hompre-Sibret-Tillet.
Libramont is in German hands.
There is only one possibility to save the encircled
U.S.A troops from total annihilation: that is the honorable
surrender of the encircled town. In order to think it over
a term of two hours will be granted beginning with the
presentation of this note.
If this proposal should be rejected one German
Artillery Corps and six heavy A. A. Battalions are ready
to annihilate the U.S.A. troops in and near Bastogne. The
order for firing will be given immediately after this two
hours’ term.
All the serious civilian losses caused by this
artillery fire would not correspond with the wellknown
American humanity.

The German Commander.”

The response:

“December 22, 1944

To the German Commander,

N U T S !

The American Commander”

Update 4: Well the time is up and apparently they demand the tweet to the Bedford Law’s piece be removed I’ve filled out the appeal saying the following:

You claim I posted or shared ” intimate media of someone with out their consent.” This is patently false as I linked to a statistical analysis concerning Bedford’s law found here

FACEBOOK WON’T ALLOW THIS LINK TO BE POSTED: Joe Biden’s votes violate Benford’s Law. It didn’…

They say they can usually reply in a few days.

Either way the tweet is not going to be removed by me, particularly when their statement is patently false and in my opinion defamatory.

I will not submit

The Simple Test for Democrats / Media on Election 2020

There is a lot of Rhetoric going on concerning the late election, particularly on social media but no matter how much talk you spit out everything really comes down to one statement that should be asked of everybody:

After every legal and legitimate ballot is counted and every illegal an illegitimate ballot is eliminated the candidate, no matter if it is Trump or Biden, who has won enough states to acquire 270 or more electoral college votes should be sworn in as President of the United States on Jan 20th 2021?

Any person who can’t or won’t answer: “Yes” to this question should be ignored.