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Recently, I’ve been featuring a bit more about Kevin McCarthy (R-California), the GOP Leader of the House of Representatives.

In my December 15 post, I’d doubted whether he’d been on the Trump Train since 2016, but, according to my ancient bookmarks, he took his first step on board in March that year.

By the way, this is still my favourite tweet from the 2020 election. Well done:

Looking back, as early as March 2016, McCarthy, House Majority Leader at the time (Paul Ryan was Speaker of the House), believed that Candidate Trump could galvanise the Republican Party. On March 10 that year, the venerable Sacramento Bee reported (emphases mine):

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Thursday rejected the possible calamitous effects a Donald Trump nomination could have on the Republican Party, arguing instead that the businessman and political newcomer may improve the chances of GOP House challengers in November

He also outlined his hopes for the House:

“Our desire (for) the House is to become the place of ideas,” he said. “Whoever becomes president, make the debate about policy, so when the election is over we can solve the problems. But the American people decided which way they wanted to go.”

He walked alone.

On May 9 that year, he made the risky move of signing up to be a Trump delegate. Politico reported:

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has signed up to serve as a delegate for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump at this summer’s national convention in Cleveland.

McCarthy’s move is notable in part because House Speaker Paul Ryan has said he is “not ready” to endorse Trump, even though he is the lone Republican remaining in the contest

Peter Thiel, the billionaire tech venture capitalist who was an early investor in Facebook and a past backer of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, signed up as a Trump delegate in House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco district.

David Horowitz, a conservative activist, and Richard Grenell, a former spokesman for past U.S. ambassadors to the United States, also are slated to be Trump delegates.

Other notable Trump delegates from the California congressional delegation include Reps. Darrell Issa and Duncan Hunter, who was one of the earliest House members to endorse the Manhattan billionaire.

Late in 2019, Kevin McCarthy strongly supported President Trump through his first impeachment in the House:

Sadly, his optimism was misplaced on the House votes. Fortunately, the Senate acquitted the American president.

In December 2020, he spoke out against election fraud:

Around Christmas, he fought against approving billions in foreign aid when Americans were unemployed because of the coronavirus crisis:

Just after Christmas, PJ Media thought McCarthy had a good chance of replacing Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House. Oh, if only.

The fragrant Judge Jeanine Pirro was equally hopeful. However, McCarthy dampened her enthusiasm by telling her that Nancy Pelosi was calling back a Democrat congresswoman who had coronavirus to vote in person (true, it happened)! He also said that the Democrats were going to stop freedom of speech as guaranteed under the First Amendment (that also happened). He also thinks that California governor Gavin Newsom will be recalled (I certainly hope so):

Only a few days later, when the break-in of the Capitol building took place and a woman was shot just as electors’ votes were to be tabulated (news of the policeman came later), McCarthy, according to John Solomon’s Just the News, asked President Trump to make a statement:

“This is not the direction we should go,” McCarthy told Fox News.

McCarthy was one of the first to say he heard police saying that shots were fired. To this day, Nancy Pelosi has not said a thing.

Then came calls for President Trump’s second impeachment, which McCarthy rightly objected to, saying that the United States would recover her rightful place as ‘our shining city on a hill’:

Then, the anti-Trump Lincoln Project waded in. How they can use President Lincoln’s name in vain is repulsive, to say the least.

The Lincoln Project objected to Trump defenders such as McCarthy, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and junior Senator Josh Hawley (R-Missouri):

Unbelievable.

This is what Kevin McCarthy said when the House held their brief impeachment hearing for President Trump. It’s pretty clear that he objected to a kangaroo court (my words) impeachment with no due process and that is why he said such a move would be divisive for America (around the 3-minute mark):

Not every Trump fan was happy with his speech, but, as GOP Leader, his speech had to be balanced, speaking to both sides of the aisle.

Another Trump fan objected to McCarthy’s opposition to Joe Biden’s push for yet another amnesty. Why is unclear. Perhaps they do not have as many McCarthy bookmarks as I do.

However, everything Kevin McCarthy has said is consistent with his support for President Trump.

The Lincoln Project thought so, too:

At the end of January, Kevin McCarthy visited Mar a Lago to work with President Trump on a strategy to take back the House of Representatives in 2022:

On January 30, the Lincoln Project posted an egregious video aimed at McCarthy. Words fail me. This is a must watch:

On a brighter note, tomorrow’s post will look at some of the newest shining stars in the Republican Party. Kevin McCarthy introduces them one by one.

So much news came out about the US election late last week that it was not possible to cover it all.

Below is a summary of more news.

Trump team press conference — November 19

On Thursday, November 19, lawyers representing the Trump campaign gave a two-hour press conference. Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany was also present.

Breitbart reported on the nine main points made:

Sidney Powell interviews — November 20 and 21

During the afternoon of Friday, November 20, Sidney Powell gave an interview to Howie Carr on his radio show. Here’s the podcast.

She said that this fraud was co-ordinated internationally (e.g. Canada, Lichtenstein, China) and that its extent is ‘absolutely terrifying’.

The Supreme Court will definitely want to hear this case as, from what she says, it involves foreign interference in a US election.

She also says there were ballots continually run through for Biden at Trump’s expense.

There was also fractional fraud going on. She said a vote for Trump counted 0.75 and one for Biden counted 1.25.

David J Harris Jr has more on the interview:

That evening, she gave an interview to the Washington Examiner‘s Larry O’Connor which you can listen to here.

She told him that ‘multiple people’ saw the fraud take place in real-time. In addition to the above, she said there were military votes, overwhelmingly for Trump, that were not counted.

She told O’Connor that she has testimony and affidavits to prove what occurred:

She hopes to file a formal complaint soon about election fraud that ‘will make jaws hit the floor’.

She says that the machines are so fraudulent that the upcoming run-off state election in Georgia should not take place. The machines can be programmed to get the desired result.

On Saturday, November 21, Powell appeared on Newsmax:

She said she plans to begin with Georgia, calling their current result ‘a total farce’:

Georgia is the first state I’m going to blow up and Mr Kemp and the Secretary of State need to go with it.

No doubt many saw the following statement dated September 22 from Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis regarding Sidney Powell:

It is unclear what that actually means.

However, she might be digging deeper, beyond the election result:

Or it might have to do with funding:

Two people in the know tweeted their views on Sunday.

Lin Wood said that he and Powell were fighting for ‘We The People’:

Powell’s client, Gen Michael Flynn, said she had been temporarily suspended from Twitter:

Developing …

The voting machines

In the video below, Michael Voris explains in layman’s terms how more votes went to Biden than to Trump on the evening of Tuesday, November 3:

The next video is also informative as it discusses what happened in the hotly contested Bush-Gore election of 2000, involving Florida’s hanging chads. Incredibly, those machines are still in use in some states. They also paved the way for the current machines from Dominion and Smartmatic, which, just to repeat, are completely programmable:

Interestingly, three days after the election Shaffer tweeted this about the Department of Homeland Security’s preparedness for the Democratic National Committee:

About these tweets, Gateway Pundit said on Saturday, November 21 (emphasis in the original):

These tweets caused an uproar on Twitter and liberals freaked out thinking they might have gotten caught in their attempt to steal the 2020 election. But the entire discussion was soon forgotten by the media and on Twitter.

Now with Sidney Powell’s claims the President won the election by a long shot, we wonder if what really Shaffer was hiding and referring to at the same time was the election fraud relate to the voting machines? Shaffer is an expert on the machines, maybe he was telling us they were all over it and not to worry?

This just a hunch but ultimately time will tell.

The ‘scandal of the century’

On November 19, a Louisiana newspaper published a report on the election. The Central City News calls it ‘the scandal of the century’:

With that in mind, no wonder President Trump has been tweeting frequently about it:

Regardless of ‘news’ reports, Pennsylvania is still in play with regard to lawsuits:

Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

On November 16, 2018, President Trump established the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, CISA.

CISA is part of the DHS, the Department of Homeland Security. Wikipedia states (see above link) CISA’s purpose is to:

improve cybersecurity across all levels of government, coordinate cybersecurity programs with states, and improve the government’s cybersecurity protections against private and nation-state hackers.[3]

CISA has Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council.

Incredibly, the council has a number of entities which seem somewhat misplaced for the Trump administration. How they got there, who knows?

Bear Witness Central has a list of the council members and an in-depth article about the agency itself.

Excerpts follow, emphases mine.

CISA disputed anomalies with the 2020 election results:

the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)—part of the DHS—issued a statement on November 12, 2020 disputing the allegations and saying “the November 3rd election was the most secure in American history.” However, what CISA failed to disclose is that Dominion Voting Systems is a member of CISA’s Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council, one of two entities that authored the statement issued by CISA.

You couldn’t make this up:

It is incredible that in addition to Dominion Voting Systems, Smartmatic and SCYTL are also members of the Coordinating Council. In addition, Hart InterCivic electronic machines were used in many states with questionable lack of security, the anti-Trump Associated Press, and Big Tech companies Amazon and Microsoft.

The statement about the election also says:

There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised. “While we know there are many unfounded claims and opportunities for misinformation about the process of our elections, we can assure you we have the utmost confidence in the security and integrity of our elections, and you should too,” says the statement.

Meanwhile:

President Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell have denounced Dominion Voting Systems with the Smartmatic software from Communist Venezuela saying that this voting system has shifted millions of votes from Trump to Biden.

Fortunately, on November 17:

President Trump acted wisely when firing Christopher Krebs, the first Director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and Krebs’s second in command, Matt Travis. A third official, Bryan Ware, Assistant Director for Cybersecurity, resigned.

Many insiders investigating the election think more needs to happen:

The President needs to tell the nation what the CIA did and fire its Director, Gina Haspel, as recommended by his lawyer Sidney Powell. The President needs also to tell the nation what Dominion Voting Systems did and its ties to the Communist Democratic Party. Then the President’s lawyers need to take his case to the Supreme Court. Failure to do that may eliminate his chances to return to the White House for a second term.

Lastly, the President also needs to fire FBI Director Christopher Wray for covering up the stolen election and the crimes of Joe Biden and his family. And his lack of cooperation with Congressional oversight committees.

The whole article is well worth reading.

That could be part of the reason why Trump replaced Secretary of Defense Mike Esper with Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller. At the end of last week, Miller announced that the US president’s orders will be carried out. The Special Operations civilian leadership will report directly to Miller instead of the ‘current bureaucratic channels’. This has been authorised by Congress, he said, and will put Special Operations Command on a ‘direct par’ with ‘the military services for the first time’ and will ‘immediately improve agility’.

The text preceding his video (see second tweet) is the author’s alone. Miller did not say those words:

Judge Jeanine Pirro sums up

Judge Jeanine did not let her audience down on Saturday, November 21.

She says that, for four years, we were led to believe that Russia was behind the 2016 election. Yet, this year, we discover that American votes were counted overseas. She adds that Trump’s legal team have 250 affidavits — sworn testimony of evidence — pointing to voter fraud. She explains the pause in vote counts on November 3:

She says that, while Democrats run free, those who filed affidavits will likely need witness protection for telling the truth. Ordinary citizens are being censored for tweeting about voter fraud. Judge Jeanine tried it out with a friend of hers. Jeanine’s was posted. Her friend’s was suppressed. Yet, the greatest issue remains — if proven, this manipulation of votes is unconstitutional:

Judge Jeanine interviews Lin Wood

Lin Wood explains to Judge Jeanine that many Georgia legislators did not know that the voting law had been changed in March, in time for the primaries:

This is why he filed his own lawsuit only recently.

He plans to file for an emergency hearing, if necessary a district court, after his case was dismissed on Friday. He has video and photographic evidence of voter fraud in Georgia.

More on that tomorrow.

Conclusion

Here’s the election investigation thus far, in a nutshell:

Please pray for everyone involved.

Those interested can show their support on December 12:

In the meantime, keep calm and carry on.

Judge Jeanine Pirro had to take a Saturday off because Fox News did not want her to discuss voter fraud in the US election:

Fortunately, she was back on November 14 to examine the topic.

Rep. Jim Jordan from Ohio pointed out that Republicans have unseated some Democrats down ballot. New Republican winners are women, minorities and veterans. He also said that with so many Republicans winning those down ballot races, it is illogical that a GOP presidential incumbent would lose the election:

The Republican leader in the House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy from California, echoed what Jim Jordan said but added that it is essential that every legal vote be counted in this election:

Gen Michael Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell talked about the voting machines and software used in the election, casting doubt on both:

Georgia congressman Doug Collins joined Judge Jeanine to discuss voting irregularities in that state and the lawsuits filed there:

Finally, Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s first campaign manager in 2016, told Judge Jeanine how he was unable to watch Philadelphia’s vote count even with a court order allowing him to do so. He was allowed in to the city’s massive convention centre only after the votes were counted:

Corey Lewandowski also caught coronavirus and had to return home to New Hampshire. He told Judge Jeanine that he had very few symptoms and has now recovered.

Meanwhile, the (re)counts continue.

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