Posted On: Tuesday - December 1st 2020 5:10PM MST
In Topics:   Elections '16 - '24  Websites  Trump  Morning Constitutional
Peak Stupidity is a site for commentary. It isn't a news site, and we don't keep you up very well - look elsewhere if you need a news "aggregator"*.
What a weird term that is, but it does make sense. The Drudge Report, a site we won't be linking to any more, due to Matt Drudge's having gone left at least a couple of years ago, is an example of a "news aggregator". I've had suggestions for others, though I often forget, but, yet again, we can go to unz.com yet again for this. Mr. Unz, per a suggestion by one of his commenters (with the handle of Rurik), added this feature to his site. Due to the nature of Mr. Unz's site, with the commenters suggestion the off-site news articles, there's bound to be some wild and wacky stuff there. (Come to think of it, I'm not sure if it will get you to the average news items that are being discussed in the Lyin' Press.)
The reason for this post is that a friend asked if I'd been keeping up with the legal battles of the Trump/Guliani/Powell crowd in fighting the huge '20 election CheatFest of the Democrat party (Blue Squad). Honestly, I have not been keeping up very well. I've read articles here and there on it, especially soon after the voting, as we'd kept up for a couple of days at least - See Is it all gonna come down to Philly or Carson City?? Send lawyers, guns, and money ..., Carson City, get me outta this!, and Your cheatin' hearts, will turn States blue ....
The action shifted to the more important States than Nevada. All those in question seem to have had a huge amount of last-minute cheating, mail-in ballot shenanigans, and possible machine hacking. In my State, I can't have an effect on the whole thing. I could donate money to the legal fight, as my wife has, but what else? It's just the pessimism I've got that these things ALWAYS go for the left that has kept me from posting on it.
To keep myself up better on the important events in this fight, my friend suggested Gateway Pundit, whom I've heard of before. He indeed has lots of detailed material on it.
There are 3 basic areas one can read and learn about, regarding this blatant travesty.
1) There are the details of the types of cheating going on. One can learn about the myriad ways the chain of secrecy and security can be broken or hacked, whether it was illegal registrations, pure creation of voters, the mail-in process, machine hacking, or ideas we haven't even thought of yet.
2) There are the vote numbers themselves and the statistics that go along with them. Apparently, the D's didn't expect such a huge Trump turnout in key States and augmented their CheatFest with some shoddy "work"manship. The last minute turnaround in the numbers look so ridiculous. Likely they even do to the Democrats themselves, but they won't show their embarrassment. They've got the Lyin' Press on their side. They will just take notes for next time.
(1) and (2) have a big overlap.
3) The legal battles. A writer named Brett Redmayne-Titley has an article on unz.com that details the legal and legislative situation in the State of Pennsylvania. The article, Election Bombshell! the US Constitution Goes to Court..., though formatted kind of weirdly and a bit repetitive, has a nice run-down.
Peak Stupidity readers will probably know more than this blogger about (1) and (2) matters, but I want to discuss (3) with respect to that good old US Constitution. That'll be Part 2, coming in just a bit.