Sidney Powell's lawsuit against the Michigan 2020 election results.
This civil action brings to light a massive election fraud, multiple violations of the Michigan Election Code, see, e.g., MCL §§ 168.730-738, in addition to the Election and Electors Clauses and Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution violations that occurred during the 2020 General Election throughout the State of Michigan, 1 as set forth in the affidavits of dozens of eye witnesses and the statistical anomalies and mathematical impossibilities detailed in the affidavits of expert witnesses.
The scheme and artifice to defraud was for the purpose of illegally and fraudulently manipulating the vote count to manufacture an election of Joe Biden as President of the United States. The fraud was executed by many means,2 but the most fundamentally troubling, insidious, and egregious ploy was the systemic adaptation of old-fashioned “ballot-stuffing.” It has now been amplified and rendered virtually invisible by computer software created and run by domestic and foreign actors for that very purpose. This Complaint details an especially egregious range of conduct in Wayne County and the City of Detroit, though this conduct occurred throughout the State at the direction of Michigan state election officials.
Sidney Powell's lawsuit against the Georgia 2020 election results.
This civilaction brings to light a massive election fraud, multiple violations of Georgia laws,including O.C.G.A. §§ 21-2-30(d), 21-2-31, 21-2-33.1 and §21-2-522,and multipleConstitutional violations,as shown by fact witnessesto specific incidents, multiple expert witnesses and the sheer mathematical impossibilities found inthe Georgia 2020 General Election.
As a civil action, the plaintiff’s burden of proof is a “preponderance of the evidence”to show, as the Georgia Supreme Courthas made clear that, “[i] was not incumbent upon [Plaintiff] to show how the  voters would have voted if their [absentee] ballots had beenregular. [Plaintiff] only had to show that there were enough irregular ballots to place in doubt the result.” Meadv. Sheffield, 278 Ga. 268, 272, 601 S.E.2d 99, 102 (2004)(citingHowell v. Fears, 275 Ga. 627, 571 S.E.2d 392 (2002).
The scheme and artifice to defraud was for thepurpose of illegally and fraudulently manipulating the vote count to make certain the electionof Joe Biden as President of the United States
This could be a major problem. A cross-species mutation is beyond dangerous. And a lot of people are going to be without coats this winter as a result.
HOW DARE THEY!?!??!???!!!!!!!
Between 500 and 1500 people over the age of 19 are being sought to participate.
Cards can be worn on a lanyard or clipped to the wearer's belt. It will exchange signals with anyone nearby who is also wearing one.
Data collected from the card won’t track a wearer’s location or identity. Instead, it aims to build a “memory of contacts” so a wearer can be quickly alerted if they have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19.
Can we just skip to the tattoos on the back of our necks or wrists please? Or maybe the RFID chip in our hand. Why the long con? Just get it over with.
To say I'm all in when it comes to Google is an understatement. Some people are all in for the Microsoft ecosystem, others for the Facebook ecosystem, but I drank the Goolge KoolAid in every way and have not regretted it at all. (No, Apple doesn't have a similar ecosystem. Not in the way that Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, or Facebook do.)
Part of the advantage to being all in on Google is that your information isn't siloed into a single product. For example, Gmail can access your Calendar. Your Calendar can access your Hangouts. Documents in Drive can be embedded in Sites. This sort of sharability is what made Microsoft Office so powerful on the desktop. It is what has made Google Apps even more powerful on the internet.
The biggest benefit for me has been Google Now. I store my browsing history in my Google account. I store my Calendar in my Google account. My email is in my Gmail. I keep my location history in my Google Account. All these kinds of things combine to create a really powerful and useful tool that can tell me what is happening based on my preferences. It can let me know ahead of time if traffic is going to be bad. It can tell me about news and events it thinks I might be interested in. Facebook do similar with their Newsfeed as well, but it's only on their site or in their apps that it's useful. Google Now transcends that with Now on Tap.
Now on Tap is a contextual, and app aware, application that can use the information on your screen to provide you even more useful functionality. Search further for something someone says in Hangouts or mentions on Twitter. Add calendar events easily. Hear a song on Spotify? Want to know more about it? Now on Tap can give you that information.
It does take some practice initially. Most people have never had access to this kind of functionality. But the more you use it, the more you realise you don't want to be without it ;-)
Because Multiculturalism works, right?
Fortunately, this time around only the bombers died. 3 died when they blew themselves up, and the 4th was shot by police. No civilians or police were hurt in the attack.
Being blunt here, but when I first heard of the #PanamaPapers, my first reaction was that it had to be a hack, not a leak. It would be VERY difficult for someone to get that amount of information out of a company, with that amount of detail, without being discovered if they were an employee or contractor.
The amount of data here, 2.5 terabytes, is quite simply mammoth. No wonder theres been nearly 2 years between when the information was first given to the ICIJ and when they finally started going public with it all.
Having said all that, I completely agree with WikiLeaks. This data should be released in full rather than cherry picked as it is, so that the complete information can be determined. There is no way the ICIJ can ever hope to be able to go through all this data and be able to find all the information that should be published. Instead, let the public help. Release the complete data and let the public decide.
They cannot Snowden this data the way Greenwald and friends did. Theres just too much of it to ever be able to do that. Snowden didn't have nearly as much data and it's still not all published yet, but the public has lost a taste for it. So despite it being amazingly important, the full scope of what Snowden gave up his liberty for will never be seen in the public.
Don't let the ICIJ make that mistake with the #PanamaPapers.
You absolutely need to update your kindle ASAP. Do so today if you haven't already done so. It will stop working and require a lot more effort to get working if you don't do it wirelessly today.