Bits & Bytes

2022: [7:40] – Like many other pundits, Jesse Waters sees last Tuesday’s election results as the beginning of a massive Red Wave.

CALIFORNICATION: Tweeters thought that the name “Health Ambassadors” needed work. One suggested “Safety Services”, so people could “Call the S.S.” Another said, “Let’s call them the Germ Stopping Police. We could just shorten it to GeStoPo or Gestapo for ease of use.”

MANDATE: The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a stay on OSHA’s vaxxx mandate, citing “grave statutory and constitutional” issues with the rule. Saturday’s court order came in response to a joint petition from several businesses, advocacy groups, and the states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Utah. The rule is also facing separate legal challenges before other courts.

MOVIE REVIEW: Review from LifeSiteNews by Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent [2:20] – As you can see from the media blurbs in the trailer, the Slimers are cheering over Benedetta. This allegedly “historic” film took the story of a “spurious Italian mystic unable to deceive her contemporaries for more than a few years” and “transformed it into a sexually explicit, grotesque, and blasphemous narrative.” You can read more at the link.

NEW JERSEY: The Slimers have declared Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy the winner, but Republican Jack Ciattarelli has not conceded, because there are still tens of thousands of vote-by-mail and provisional ballots yet to be counted. In addition, there are voting machine irregularities that need to be investigated.

CLICK [:55] and [:18] to see two women whose voting machines refused to register their votes for the Republican gubernatorial candidate.

CLICK [2:06] to hear a news report about dozens of New Jersey voting machines whose votes have not been counted. New Jersey has until November 18 to count all votes and until all votes are certified.

PENNSYLVANIA: Despite big spending by Planned Parenthood, pro-life judges won big last Tuesday, gaining one seat on the state Supreme Court, one on the Superior Court, and one new seat on the Commonwealth Court. Another pro-lifer will continue to serve on the Commonwealth Court. The state elected a pro-abortion Democrat governor who has vetoed a number of pro-life bills passed by the state legislature, which is majority Republican in both houses. But his term expires at the end of next year.

PROJECT VERITAS: [6:35] – It appears the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York is targeting Project Veritas and that the FBI is helping.

VAXXX INJURIES: Worth watching [15:05] – U.S. Army Dr. Theresa Long testified before Senator Johnson’s Expert Panel on Federal Vaccine Mandates and Vaccine Injuries in Washington D.C, on November 2, 2021. “I believe the COVID vaccine is a greater threat to soldier’s health and military readiness than the virus itself.”

VIRGINIA: Democrats have now conceded on all contested races in the state’s lower House of Delegates meaning that, in January, the majority will flip from 55-45 Democrat to 52-48 Republican. The 100 seat House is presided over by the Speaker of the House, who is elected by the majority party delegates and is one of the 100 votes. There is no tie-breaker; a 50-50 tie vote is the same as a defeat.

The Senate of Virginia (the upper house of Virginia’s bicameral state government) has 40 members, 21 Democrats, 18 Republicans, and 1 Independent who appears to caucus with the Republicans. In January, the only change will be to the presiding Lieutenant Governor’s party (D to R). Since the Lt. Gov. has a vote in the event of a 20-20 tie, this gives the Democrats only the slimmest of majorities until the next Senate election in 2023.

WISCONSIN: Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling Kaul declined, so this week, Schmaling has referred five cases of misconduct in public office and election fraud to the Racine County District Attorney. These are Class I felonies, each is punishable by up to 3.5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The individuals involved were members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) for the 2020 presidential election.

WOKE: The woke can’t wake up, cuz they think they already know the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. CLICK [4:48] to hear Jeanine Pirro’s opening statement about the radical left’s failed policies. “You can take your progressive, racist, union supporting, tax sucking, American hating, patriotic hating agenda to the socialist countries where it belongs. It ain’t gonna work here. Trust me on that.”

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  1. Love the “health ambassadors” one!

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