Every Action & Every Inaction Illustrates

It looks like, at this moment, the Senate (under Dimocrat control) is hell bent on running another Faux Impeachment Farce Trial.


But they ought to remember a very important point.

Every action they take illuminates THEM, their motivations, their direction, and their handlers.

You can not act without some degree of information being exposed. You have somewhere between 70 million and 90 million adults who are already pissed off to some degree at the stolen election; watching, very closely, and picking out of the lineup who can be trusted and who is a rat.

Here’s the deal:

1) ANYONE who voted for Usurper Biden to be POTU-SINO (POTUS IN NAME ONLY) is already on the Hit List to be primaried or otherwise have their campaign suffer. Do you really think anyone who voted for Trump will vote for you? Or do you think they will be out there supporting your opposition? Do you really want to double down on that losing bet?

2) ANY County that keeps the Dominion Vote Adjusting System is going to have a cadre of folks in their grill. From simple protests, to changes of ‘who is in charge’, to law suits, to audit requests in perpetuity. Furthermore, since we now know it is a system designed to steal elections, we will know that YOU are illegitimate if you keep it. Expect this to get worse over time, not less.
Cat is out of bag here.

3) Any RINO Senator who votes for this Faux Impeachment will find their career dramatically shortened at the next election. If not before, via various sorts of ‘recall’ actions, depending on what is legally doable. In the limit case, all it takes is for Trump Voters to just stay home…

4) IF you want a Patriot Party Candidate splitting the vote in your district, just go ahead and vote against Trump AND the Patriot Party that is standing behind him. Organized or not. Actively campaigning or not. Registered or not. We are here, and watching.

5) In this case, abstention or ‘missing the vote’ is just cowardly support of it. NOT showing positive support for Trump marks you as a rat working against him, and us. Just a cowardly one.

6) Democrats who vote for impeachment, are marking themselves as dirty and operated by the China Run DNC. Don’t expect that to sit well.

7) Democrats who vote against it will find that those of us who are more libertarian to liberal leaning American Patriots (and there are a lot of us) will look kindly on that. Faced with a RINO opponent, you will get my vote.

FWIW, I’m registered as an undeclared party. Last time I chose a party was about 30 years ago, then that party evaporated leaving me without a party. I’ve not changed that. So I don’t show up as being a Republican, Democrat, or any other party. I doubt I’ll register as “Patriot Party” even if it does get created in full form. HOWEVER, I’m in that camp, even if not in that uniform. Think about it…

Yes, we all know the vote was buggered and the election stolen. You may think that bodes well for your future if you just ‘kiss the ring’ of the folks who did the Diddle. It doesn’t. All it can do is further brand you as a fake and fraud if you let that system stay in use. A whole lot of folks are very P.O.ed about it. Expect this issue to keep coming up, forever, until those machines are removed.

We are not going away.

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44 Responses to Every Action & Every Inaction Illustrates

  1. There is much talk in the English Sunday Press that this signals the end of “small govt America” and the advent of “Big govt America” with the colossal spending plans overseen by the head of the Budgetary committee Bernie Sanders. How on earth did this pretty far left socialist get the job unless his boss approves of the likely spending he will oversee?.

    Mind you looking at American Debt I am not sure the govt has been ‘small’ for some decades.

    There seems to be some belief in the press that Trump will not be impeached but that it is unlikely he will run again for President


  2. E.M.Smith says:

    The US Government has not been “small” since F.D.R. and the Progressives first took over during W.W.II and shortly before in the Great Depression (that they made worse via wrong think policies…)

    Bernie was given the job to keep the Radical Left on board with Biden (but IMHO it isn’t going to work… see recent BLM / Antifa riots).

    Besides, what makes you think Bernie was chosen by Biden? He is just there to sign whatever his handlers shove under his pen. At least until he becomes incapable of that, or makes so many mistakes on camera that he’s got to be replaced…

  3. Tregonsee says:

    I live and vote in the reddest county of one of the reddest states. Our county was one of two to use the Dominion system. Nothing unusual in the results in either case, so they probably didn’t bother to flip the bit since it would not have mattered in any case.

  4. cdquarles says:

    Hmm, I’d say they are misreading Trump if they think he will not run again; and *that* is why the PTB here are pushing this. They *fear* former President Trump. They believe that they *must* crush him and what he represents (which our host so ably enunciated), for they know what he was able to do *despite* their caterwauling for 5 years.

    You do not register by party here. It is only if you want to participate in a party primary that you declare such (so I can declare R this time and D next time, should I so choose; but knowing the D party I’d only do that to disrupt them by pushing a liberty minded candidate on them, which would be someone the opposite of Rep Terry Sewell of Birmingham).

  5. another ian says:

    “Besties: The Democrats and Corporate Giants in bed together and taking out each others trash”


  6. Jim Masterson says:

    I’ve been a Republican my entire life. These idiot Republicans just lost me. Of course, here in The People’s Democratic Government of Washington State, I have no idea who I’ve been voting for. It’s too bad we can’t audit our vote–this secret ballot stuff makes fraud so much easier.


  7. another ian says:

    January 25, 2021 at 6:41 am · Reply
    Just on voting. The Democrats have drafted their election bill called For the People Act 2021. Didn’t take them long to set their winning election formula into concrete. In a nutshell, the US will not have free and fair elections ever again.”

    Comment at Jo Nova. Unfortunately no link given

  8. The True Nolan says:

    @ cdquarles: “I’d say they are misreading Trump if they think he will not run again”

    How’s this for a plan — The Dems wait four years and then say, “Gosh! You MAGA people are right! Trump really DID get more votes! You can’t let him run for a THIRD term!”

    (I’m joking…)

  9. andysaurus says:

    May those who love us, love us;
    And for those who don’t love us,
    May God turn their hearts;
    And if He doesn’t turn their hearts,
    May He turn their ankles,
    So we will know them by their limping.”

  10. corsair red says:


  11. another ian says:

    Any users of Instagram? Your suprise of the day.

    “Richard C (NZ)
    January 25, 2021 at 7:57 am · Reply

    >”…they [IT companies] actively suppress the first amendment rights of one side and prop up the nonsense of the other.”

    Exhibit A: Instagram Is Forcing Users to Follow Biden White House Account So That It’s Not So Pathetic Even When Users Repeatedly Un-Follow the Page”


  12. E.M.Smith says:

    Watching this news:

    The Republicans in congress are now comfortably back in the usual role of just ineffectually complaining about the Democrats while doing nothtin.

  13. The True Nolan says:

    @ another ian: “No, this is not “getting back to normal”

    Good article. Thanks. Not sure it is fair to blame anything on Biden though. That is kind of like blaming the car but ignoring the driver — whoever he is.

  14. H.R. says:

    @The True Nolan – Biden needs to be reminded to change his soiled underwear. He knows something is amiss but has no clue what’s wrong or what to do about it. His mind retired a couple of years ago, but his masters keep sending him back to work.

    I say less than six months before he’s face down in his puddin’ cup. He’s so shot full of wonder drugs that he will just suddenly do a full power nose dive straight into the dirt. No matter. Comma-Lah is just waiting on that day to step in.

  15. WatchinIt says:

    RE: POTU-SINO. I call him “your Fraudulency” – as they did Rutherford B. Hayes, after the stolen 1876 election.

  16. The True Nolan says:

    @WatchinIt “I call him “your Fraudulency”

    I keep thinking of him as “C-in-C”. In the past that stood for “Commander in Chief”. Now, that first “C” stands for “Caligula”. So does the second “C”.

    By the way, I just tried typing in antifa.com into my browser address window. Do it and see where it redirects to. I’m not sure why it does that…

  17. E.M.Smith says:

    Hey, all you Horrible Libertarian Oppressors out there! Biden is coming for you!


    Posted by John Titor | Jan 20, 2021 |

    Well this is alarming and ominous to say the least… Former CIA Director John Brennan told MSNBC in an interview on inauguration day that the intelligence community under newly sworn in President Biden is “moving in laser-like fashion” to try and uncover dangerous plots against the country.

    Naturally, there’s been much of this worrisome commentary about what political ideologies should be targeted and monitored coming out of NatSec hawks in the wake of the Capitol Hill mayhem of January 6. But this is the first time such a broad array of groups have been so bluntly lumped into a Pro-Trump “insurgency” by an influential media pundit and former spook. Brennan expressly said they are “violent” and remain a domestic threat.

    He said in the MSNBC interview without the least concern for violation of Americans’ rights that intelligence agencies should look into “religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians…”.

    Had to look up what a ‘nativist’ is. It is someone who believes the citizens who are already in a country ought to come before those wishing to immigrate to it. I.e. if you think the Government is supposed to help Citizens before Foreigners, then by golly, you too can be one of those “dangerous” and “violent” horrible “nativists”… Or, Gasp, perhaps even worse, a Libertarian!!!.

    Gawd, these people are seriously deranged.

  18. E.M.Smith says:

    @The True Nolan:

    Oh boy… that’s a good one. I wonder if someone at Antifa forgot to pay the registration on their name and lost it?…

    Looks like they are hiding who they are behind “whois guard”. Recent “update”…

    root@rockpro64:/# whois antifa.com
       Domain Name: ANTIFA.COM
       Registry Domain ID: 85915752_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
       Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.namecheap.com
       Registrar URL: http://www.namecheap.com
       Updated Date: 2021-01-21T02:09:15Z
       Creation Date: 2002-04-24T12:35:11Z
       Registry Expiry Date: 2025-04-24T12:35:10Z
       Registrar: NameCheap, Inc.
       Registrar IANA ID: 1068
       Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@namecheap.com
       Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.6613102107
       Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
       DNSSEC: unsigned
       URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form: https://www.icann.org/wicf/
    >>> Last update of whois database: 2021-01-25T02:17:20Z <<<
    For more information on Whois status codes, please visit https://icann.org/epp
    NOTICE: The expiration date displayed in this record is the date the
    registrar's sponsorship of the domain name registration in the registry is
    currently set to expire. This date does not necessarily reflect the expiration
    date of the domain name registrant's agreement with the sponsoring
    registrar.  Users may consult the sponsoring registrar's Whois database to
    view the registrar's reported date of expiration for this registration.
    The Registry database contains ONLY .COM, .NET, .EDU domains and
    Domain name: antifa.com
    Registry Domain ID: 85915752_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
    Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.namecheap.com
    Registrar URL: http://www.namecheap.com
    Updated Date: 2021-01-21T02:09:15.19Z
    Creation Date: 2002-04-24T12:35:11.00Z
    Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2025-04-24T12:35:10.00Z
    Registrar: NAMECHEAP INC
    Registrar IANA ID: 1068
    Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@namecheap.com
    Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.6613102107
    Reseller: NAMECHEAP INC
    Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
    Domain Status: RenewPeriod https://icann.org/epp#RenewPeriod
    Registry Registrant ID: 
    Registrant Name: WhoisGuard Protected
    Registrant Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.
    Registrant Street: P.O. Box 0823-03411 
    Registrant City: Panama
    Registrant State/Province: Panama
    Registrant Postal Code: 
    Registrant Country: PA
    Registrant Phone: +507.8365503
    Registrant Phone Ext: 
    Registrant Fax: +51.17057182
    Registrant Fax Ext: 
    Registrant Email: 32508841545c4c54bd7a97ae9509eb3a.protect@whoisguard.com
    Registry Admin ID: 
    Admin Name: WhoisGuard Protected
    Admin Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.
    Admin Street: P.O. Box 0823-03411 
    Admin City: Panama
    Admin State/Province: Panama
    Admin Postal Code: 
    Admin Country: PA
    Admin Phone: +507.8365503
    Admin Phone Ext: 
    Admin Fax: +51.17057182
    Admin Fax Ext: 
    Admin Email: 32508841545c4c54bd7a97ae9509eb3a.protect@whoisguard.com
    Registry Tech ID: 
    Tech Name: WhoisGuard Protected
    Tech Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.
    Tech Street: P.O. Box 0823-03411 
    Tech City: Panama
    Tech State/Province: Panama
    Tech Postal Code: 
    Tech Country: PA
    Tech Phone: +507.8365503
    Tech Phone Ext: 
    Tech Fax: +51.17057182
    Tech Fax Ext: 
    Tech Email: 32508841545c4c54bd7a97ae9509eb3a.protect@whoisguard.com
    Name Server: dns1.registrar-servers.com
    Name Server: dns2.registrar-servers.com
    DNSSEC: unsigned
    URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
    >>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2021-01-24T17:17:32.32Z <<<
    For more information on Whois status codes, please visit https://icann.org/epp

    So doesn’t expire again until 2025, registration change blocked, and identity hidden in Panama. Somebody knows what they’re doing ;-)

  19. The True Nolan says:

    @ E.M. Thanks for doing the whois lookup. Yeah… just weird. Might just be a poke in the eye against Biden by a conservative who managed to snatch the domain name. I am trying to remember, but last summer, either blm.com or antifa.com used to go straight to a donation page for the DNC. Someone please correct me on the details of that.

    By the way, I meant to reply to something you said perhaps a few days ago but I got sidetracked. You mentioned some experience of synesthesia. Have you ever heard this song by The Bobs?

  20. Pinroot says:

    @another ian – Here’s a link to the bill: https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/1/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22hr1%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=2

    The same guy introduced the same bill in 2019, and apparently it didn’t go anywhere. I haven’t read it but it supposedly prevents states from implementing voter id for federal elections, pretty much gives anybody the right to vote, states can’t purge voter rolls and other things.

  21. gallopingcamel says:

    If you want a taste of what the Biden tyranny will bring please download this:


    The Biden regime has only been in power for three days but they are already issuing “Executive Orders” based on the above Manifesto. You can’t say you were not warned since this document has been in the public domain since last summer.

  22. Pinroot says:

    Rand Paul schools George Stephanopoulos. He was supposed to appear with Amy Klobuchar, but something went wrong with her feed, and Setphanopoulos was on his own with no backup. Speculation was that it was Paul’s feed was supposed to be the one having problems and that someone will lose their job over that.

  23. another ian says:

    E.M. – O/T from another blog on DuckDuckGo. Any comments pleae?

    “My brother in law only uses duckduckgo.

    looks like its bottled in with chrome so its tracked “

  24. E.M.Smith says:


    Nope, not heard it before. Interesting song. But “do-wop” isn’t my favored genre…

    My synesthesia is very very mild. Almost just associative memory. I don’t have the full blown effects like full on Aspes. Fortunately for me, I’m on the “normy” side just a tinsy bit. Enough I get the good stuff (like memory) but not so much I get the distracting bits (like an acid trip of visuals when sounds go off…)

    It’s more like if I hear a word, I’ll get the associated visuals, or a visual will bring sound effects… So if someone says “POP! Goes the weasel.” I’ll have flash images of kids and a game, a natural weasel, and a ‘cartoon weasel’ inflating to a pop like a balloon in rapid succession… and as sort of ‘imagined visuals’ not overwriting real visual input. “Mental pictures”. Or if I see a weasel, or picture of one, I may have the “Pop goes the weasel” phrase run through…

  25. E.M.Smith says:

    @Another Ian:

    ANYTHING said, by anyone NOT A SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER or Professional SYSTEMS ADMIN With Chops, about what is tracked or not tracked in browsers is generally garbage and always suspect.

    I repeatedly get stuff tossed at me like “DuckDuckGo is just Google Repackaged” (it isn’t) or It’s just like Chrome (it isn’t).

    So no, DuckDuckGo is NOT Chrome, not related to it at all. One is a search engine, the other is a browser.

    Different products. Different companies. Different source code.

    Now, where there MIGHT be a tiny bit of truth in the concern:

    IFF you are using the DuckDuckGo search engine inside a Chrome (Google infested track you land) browser, then Google will likely know you went to DuckDuckGo, but not much else.

    BTW, at the risk of making even more fodder for mindless rumors…

    Note that the de-Googled Chromium browser in Linux is NOT Chrome as Chrome comes from Google loaded with Track Bag & Tag Me junk. The Chromium browser has had that crap ripped out. It is based on the open source code for Chrome and the Chrome engine, but with the Googlicious Money Grubbing Tracking Junk removed. That’s why I am willing to use Chromium.

  26. E.M.Smith says:


    Thanks for the link…


    Man Georgey Boy was wrapped around that axle mighty tight! Loved it.

    Now I know just what to say to P.O. the “worst of the worst”: “Yes, the election was stolen, and there’s LOTS of evidence of it.”

  27. Pinroot says:

    Re synesthesia – This is the first I’ve heard of this. I do know that certain words and phrases can trigger certain memories, along with odors, tastes and music triggering memories, but I doubt it’s the same thing. However, my wife (and others) have remarked that they think I have at least some Asperger’s (and as I get older, it seems to get more pronounced, at least according to my wife). Well, it’s nothing I can’t deal with :)

  28. David A says:

    Another Ian your post about the Democratic attempt to lock in election fraud is my greatest concern. Without fair elections the population has zero chance of either a constitutional republic, or a democracy.
    Interesting that a respected advisor to President Trump said that Trump’s plans are to do all possible and campaign hard for election reform as his number one priority.

    Very possibly this Democratic plan to lock in no voter ID, mail in ballots, etc… will be challenged by many states. Real fair elections are the number one priority, and I was very happy to see President Trump set this as his primary goal. In my view people would be shocked to find the true numbers. A massive influx of illegal aliens and blankets amnesty for all current illegals is, IMV, the next most important front. The Biden plan to release all 14k illegals into the general public is clear evidence that the thieves are in charge. I heard 70 percent were felons, with many on outstanding warrants.

  29. M Simon says:

    And while you bend over to kiss the ring they have a knife in the other hand. For the insufficiently submissive or the inconvenient.

  30. M Simon says:

    Jim Masterson says:
    24 January 2021 at 8:04 pm

    Open ballots make retaliation easier. It also makes fraud easier. “I saw who you voted for. That is not what I paid for.”

  31. M Simon says:

    andysaurus says:
    24 January 2021 at 9:28 pm

    And can outrun them.

  32. Pinroot says:

    Re stolen election: I ran across this tonight, it might be worth looking into. Someone wrote a script to scrape the national ballot counting time series data off of the New York Times website. They saved their scrape to this csv file and graphed it:
    The scraping script is located here:
    The data was scraped from here:

    Finally, per their instructions, replace ‘georgia’ in the above URL with any other state to scrape the data for that state. I’m assuming that the data is still there and hasn’t been memory holed.
    The post contained an image (which I can’t link here) with some graphs showing how the votes for Trump, over time, went down at times (how do you subtract votes?) for several of the contested states. If votes being subtracted from your total isn’t proof of something not being right, then I don’t know what is.

    Oh, and the HR 1 I linked to above (For the People Act of 2021) is 791 pages long. You know all sorts of ‘goodies’ are buried in it.

  33. M Simon says:

    (like an acid trip of visuals when sounds go off…)

    I got some of that on my first few acid trips. After becoming Experienced it went away.

  34. E.M.Smith says:


    In full on synesthesia you get things like sounds with colors and visuals that have associated sounds. So a violin might make the world turn shades of orange and purple, or just cause letters to dance around on a page… while a word can cause a flavor when you say it.

    And thanks for the links…

  35. Kneel says:

    “o doesn’t expire again until 2025, registration change blocked, and identity hidden in Panama. Somebody knows what they’re doing ;-)”

    I used to do domain name registration tech support.
    for .com names, you can do 10 years.
    “client transfer prohibited” is a flag applied by current registrar. It doesn’t do much, because if you have the domain password, you can recover a registrar login and remove it yourself – it’s a “feel good” thing.
    registrant privacy is usually so you don’t get stuck on a spam email list.
    So nothing much unusual in that registration.

    We used to get lots of fake credit card registrations, which the boss wanted to de-register – I talked him into keeping them registered, but locking out the customer login and pointing the nameservers to somewhere they didn’t resolve. After 2 months of that, fake registrations dropped through the floor because they couldn’t re-register the name for a year and that killed their fake domain for scamming purposes (names like “hsbc-bamking.com” – I even started automated & email report scanning of our registration database with several regexes for such dodgy names!)

  36. another ian says:

    E.M. Thanks for the bit on DDG.

    Relayed. If they start thinking that I’m an expert I’ll dob you.

  37. another ian says:

    In all of this there is the basic consideration of trust – at our level known to be very hard to achieve and bloody easy to lose very quickly.

    Now why do the GEB anticipate that the word of the US on the world stage will be taken as worth more than a “twopenny f**k”?

  38. E.M.Smith says:

    Oh Gee, Antifa has a riot, a cop drives into the mob and runs over someone, and the media calls that a “Protest”. (Some folks break a window in the Capitol Building and that’s called “insurection”, go figure…)

    Happening again in Tacoma, Antifa Riots:


  39. Jim Masterson says:

    @M Simon

    Open ballots make retaliation easier.

    ‘Tis true, unfortunately.

    It also makes fraud easier.

    I’m not sure about that. Secret ballots make fraud extremely easy–how do you know who voted for whom?


  40. philjourdan says:

    The dems will try to codify election cheating, but that is clearly unconstitutional. The constitution says the states run elections, not the feds. And there are still some states that will contest it in court.

  41. gallopingcamel says:

    Nancy Pelosi’s phony impeachment is a blessing since it will flush out all the RINOs so that they can be “Primaried” in 2022 and 2024.

    Too bad that the most swampy RINO (Mitch McConnell) has six more years and probably won’t run again in 2026. Thus we need to find someone to take over the GOP senate leadership as soon as possible.

    If Donald Trump runs in 2024 it won’t matter whether this phony impeachment convicts him. You don’t have to be a law professor to understand Article II, Section 4 of the US Constitution:

    “The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.”

    Since Donald Trump is now out of office impeaching him is not Constitutional. Sadly, that does not matter to Progessives who have systematically undermined the Constitution for over 100 years.

  42. gallopingcamel says:

    If Donald Trump wins his second term in 2024 it seems likely that he won’t appoint wobblies and back stabbers to the top administration positions. We don’t need another Geoff Sessions or William Barr as attorney general. We don’t need Chris Wray in charge of the FBI. Much less Tillerson running the Department of State or “Mad Dog” Mattis at the Department of Defence.

    Imagine what a second Trump administration will achieve with a cabinet and a legislature that passionately supports his pro-America agenda.

    Imagine a second Trump administration with a mandate to root out government corruption at the top levels (including the Clinton & Biden crime families).

    Imagine a second Trump administration that will reform the US intelligence services to work for the nation rather than for the ruling elites.

    Imagine a second Trump administration that will break up the “High Tech” trusts in the fashion of Teddy Roosevelt.

    Imagine a second Trump administration that will remove federal funding from educators who don’t support the US Constitution in general and “Free Speech” in particular.

    Imagine a second Trump administration that makes it easier to sue “Media” that publish libels and slanders.

  43. David A says:

    Something along those lines to the tune of John Lennon’s
    “Imagine” would induce extreme stress in the band if thieves.

    If I found the correct medicinal I could get in the mood.

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