90 Miles From Tyranny : 2022-11-20

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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Morning Mistress

 

The 90 Miles Mystery Video: Nyctophilia Edition #1214


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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1914


You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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Friday, November 25, 2022

Girls With Guns

Visage à trois #615

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Besotted Judge Calls Leftist Muslim Lawyer Who Firebombed Police Car A ‘Remarkable Person’


Welcome to America’s two-tier justice system.

As Kevin Downey Jr. reported recently, Merrick Garland’s intrepid Justice Department paused for a moment from its valiant efforts to frame Donald Trump for a crime that would prevent him from becoming president again to show its compassionate side. It intervened in the sentencing of a Leftist lawyer who threw a Molotov cocktail into a police car during the George Floyd riots in New York City in 2020 to make sure that she got off with as light a sentence as possible. Merrick Garland, that paragon of impartial justice, can’t just sit there and allow a Leftist, someone who devoutly believes just as he does, to rot in prison for a little trifling firebomb, now can he? Of course he can’t. The judge at the sentencing hearing even unabashedly gushed over the defendant. And so once again we get to see how America’s two-tier justice system operates.

The Washington Free Beacon noted that Urooj Rahman, who was photographed holding the Molotov cocktail that she would ultimately throw at Those Who Must Be Defunded, “was sentenced to just 15 months in prison on Friday after the Biden Justice Department intervened on her behalf, pressing the court to issue a sentence below the guidelines that called for 10 years.”

Fifteen months instead of ten years. That’s a sweetheart deal for Rahman if there ever was one, but Rahman herself was disappointed. She expected to get off with even less of a penalty, and complained that the sentence “wasn’t the result we wanted.” Her attorney, Peter Baldwin, echoed her statement, saying that he was “obviously disappointed with the result, but we are excited that Urooj can move on to the next phase of her life.”

Urooj Rahman had every reason to believe that she wouldn’t even get the fifteen months. The Free Beacon notes that she and “her accomplice, Colinford Mattis, leveraged their connections to top universities, white-shoe law firms, and the Obama administration, to win sympathy from liberal elites. They were the subjects of glowing profiles in national media during their prosecution, and struck a sweetheart deal with the Biden Justice Department, which, in a rare move, intervened to ask the court to go easy on them after the Trump administration had pressed for an aggressive prosecution.”

Even worse, U.S. District Judge Brian Cogan was clearly besotted with Rahman, telling her, according to the Associated Press: “You’re a remarkable person who did a terrible thing on one night.”

A remarkable person? Brian Cogan, a George W. Bush appointee, thus revealed his political stance on practically everything. Urooj Rahman is a terrorist. Even that, however, is in dispute. AP added: “While other lawyers condemned their conduct, some objected to the severity of the charges, arguing that the case was improperly handled as if it were an act of domestic terrorism.” Yet by any rational definition, it was an act of domestic terrorism, but Old Joe Biden’s handlers, Judge Cogan, and these unnamed “other lawyers” all agree with Urooj Rahman’s political views, and so she will skate with a sentence so light that it is beyond all proportion to...

Video: Dr. Atlas Sums Up Fauci’s Legacy Of “Massive Harm”


‘Fauci used children as shields, created psychological damage and destroyed trust in public health’


As Anthony Fauci officially ‘retired’ Tuesday, former White House Coronavirus Task Force advisor Dr. Scott Atlas eloquently summarised the legacy Fauci leaves behind, one of “massive harm” to society.

Appearing on Laura Ingraham’s show, Dr. Atlas described Fauci’s as having “presided over the biggest failure in public health history over two different presidential administrations. “

Atlas further charged that Fauci’s policies “were implemented and those policies shifted the burden of this illness from the affluent to the poor, and incurred massive harm on our children, psychological damage, long-lasting damage, an obesity crisis, and we really haven’t seen tip of the iceberg on that damage to children, and again, worse on low income and poor kids.”

“And thirdly and perhaps most importantly,” Atlas continued, “Dr. Fauci, Dr. Birx, his underling, and many other people at the CDC and talking heads on TV have destroyed trust in public health.”

Atlas urged that “we have a huge challenge as a country to fix what happened in [Fauci’s] wake.”

As Fauci declared that his “final message” is for people to get keep getting booster vaccinations, Atlas noted that “Healthy people do not have a significant risk to a serious illness from COVID, that’s a fact, not an opinion. It’s been proven the world over.”
“It is very fitting to hear this constant mantra of almost nonsensical utterings by Dr. Fauci,” Atlas asserted, adding “we know by now the data shows the vaccines, although they have pretty good protections for high risk people and the elderly against death, they do not stop the spread of infection, they don’t stop you from getting COVID infection. And the risk-benefit ratio for people other than high risk is very different.”

Atlas further warned “You have to decide if it is appropriate to take an experimental drug if you have low risk of serious illness, particularly children. In fact, anyone who recommends that children, healthy children should get the vaccine, an experimental drug, injected into them, there’s a question about medical ethics there.”

“Are we as a society going to go down the pathway of even if you believe that it stops the spread of infection, which would be contrary to science, are we going to use our children as shields for infections?” Atlas asked, adding “This is really uncharted territory for what’s supposed to be a...

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Maricopa County Made Arizona’s Elections Even More Of A Disaster Than People Realize


‘This was a horrible thing to experience. Poll workers conveyed a shocking lack of competence — it actually looked like willful incompetence,’ a Maricopa poll observer said.

After it trained upwards of 50,000 poll watchers, poll workers, and other roles for ongoing citizen engagement in the election process over the year leading up to the 2022 midterms, the Election Integrity Network sent out a survey to its on-the-ground volunteers following Election Day to gauge how things went.

The responses from election workers in key battleground districts and states around the country showed a mostly calm election cycle compared to 2020, with one massive and overwhelming exception. In Maricopa County, Arizona, election workers were appalled and aghast at how things had been run there.

“As soon as we sent the survey out, we were flooded with responses showing that they had no confidence in how the election had been run there,” Executive Director of the Election Integrity Network Marshall Yates told The Federalist.

According to Yates, unlike the rest of the country, where survey respondents espoused general confidence in their respective elections, the responses from Arizona were overwhelming, with Maricopa poll watchers and poll workers saying they had “zero” confidence in the election.

Maricopa, which is home to almost 62 percent of Arizona’s 7.2 million people, was already in the news on Election Day for its hours-long lines and broken machines. After its close and contentious 2020 election, Maricopa County officials refused to cooperate with an audit of the election by state senators and dismissed concerns about how it conducts elections. This year, it took the county just under two full weeks to count ballots.

Election Day workers flooded the survey response team with stories of incompetence, chaos, and mismanagement that resulted in the disenfranchisement of voters.

“The printers were not properly calibrated so the tabulators did not read the ballots and were rejected. Many voters left because of the delays and either did not vote or had to go to other vote centers to vote,” one Maricopa poll observer reported. “Some voters did not want to place rejected ballot into misreads box. Some voting centers may have mixed tabulated ballots with misreads.”

“This was a horrible thing to experience. Poll workers conveyed a shocking lack of competence — it actually looked like willful incompetence,” another said.

Unfortunately, these accounts are among many reported incidents of failed election administration seen throughout Maricopa on Election Day and in the days following. From finicky ballot tabulator machines to probable violations of state law, the seemingly endless slew of problems witnessed by Maricopa residents was a clearcut example of how not to run an election.

A County Filled with Chaos


Unlike most states, where citizens vote at their local neighborhood-based precinct, Arizona allows for its counties to adopt a vote center model, where voters are permitted to cast their ballots at any center within their voting jurisdiction, regardless of their address. Upon arriving at one of these centers, Maricopa voters check in by providing their state-approved ID, at which point a ballot-on-demand printer produces a ballot that is filled out by the voter and run through a vote tabulation machine.

As county election officials have admitted, however, this is not the process experienced by thousands of Maricopa voters on Election Day, when printers with misconfigured settings in at least 70 of Maricopa’s 223 voting locations printed ballots that were rejected by...

Morning Mistress

 

The 90 Miles Mystery Video: Nyctophilia Edition #1213


Before You Click On The "Read More" Link, 

Please Only Do So If You Are Over 21 Years Old.

If You are Easily Upset, Triggered Or Offended, This Is Not The Place For You.  

Please Leave Silently Into The Night......

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1913


You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

Hot Pick Of The Late Night

 


Thursday, November 24, 2022

Girls With Guns

Visage à trois #613

Three Videos For Your Viewing Pleasure:





FOUR Additional Bonus Videos:

Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #794


 












Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #791