'Mirrors on the ceiling /
The pink champagne on ice /
We are all just prisoners here /
Of our own device...'Relax, said the night man, We are programmed to receive.
You can check out any time you like, But you can never leave!'
-- Don Henley 'Hotel California'
Unless you go to the eastward extension of California, where, as they say 'What
plays in Vegas, stays in Vegas'. There, odds-makers gave Trump an 8-to-1 shot
after the actual vote came in on election night. These are experienced
professional gamblers who bet large sums on election outcomes. Their forecasts,
measured by dollars, not polls of the six percent who answer pollsters' calls,
are the most accurate available. Yet even the pros were confounded by what
happened next -- an avalanche of mailed-in sheets of paper delivered in the wee
hours of the morning by the van-load, marked or destined to be marked for Biden.
Orchestrated in seven States like the fairies in Disney's 'Fantasia', the
counting stopped after midnight as the size of the Trump landslide became
apparent, systems were re-set, and by 6:00 am on Nov 4, a new day had dawned.
Trump's odds suddenly dropped to 2-to-1, and deteriorated further as media
called States for Biden early while staying mum on States where Trump was
leading. Professional gamblers knew from that, that the fix was in, and switched
their bets accordingly. A few in the know who had bet on Biden when the odds
were 8-to-1 for Trump did very well for their evening's work. Wayne Root tells
the story here:
California often prefigures what happens to the rest of the country. If its
devolution into one-party-statehood has similar predictive value, it might be
worthwhile to know how this stunning transformation occurred. As a one-time
Californian (though not a native), I asked whether they had been using Dominion
voting machines, the kind that have become famous for producing miraculous
electoral victories for the likes of Hugo Chavez and his successor Nicholas
Maduro. These systems were ingeniously engineered by Venezuelan geeks to
specifications set by Chavez and his handlers the Castro brothers. They enabled
real-time monitoring of actual vote totals, with granular estimates of how many
additional (fabricated) votes would be required in each jurisdiction to produce
a desired result nationally. Chavez took a 28 percent ownership stake in
Dominion and sold vote-alteration systems to sympathetic regimes all around
South America (Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Nicaragua, etc.).
These same systems, with suitable localization, were sold to 30 U.S. States,
including California, Nevada, Arizona, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Virginia,
and Pennsylvania. California officials sent me a link to this article by Katy
which lists the following California counties with Dominion systems installed:
Alameda, Butte, Contra Costa, Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn,
Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Marin, Mono, Monterey, Napa,
Placer, Plumas, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego,
San Luis Obispo, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa
Cruz, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura, and
California officials also sent me the attached graphic detailing the genealogy
of the voting-systems companies and their tortuous M&A, bankruptcy, and revival
paths. Regardless of the name -- Dominion, Smartmatic, Sequoia -- they all
feature the same larcenous software. This made me wonder whether the magical
transformation of California into a one-party State was engineered by algorithm
rather than deriving from unalloyed popular consent. Katy Grimes notes in her
article that Rep Doris Matsui (D-CA) received 76 percent of the 6th District's
vote (Sacramento) without even campaigning. Why bother pleading for votes when
you can program them? In the 12th (SF), 13th, and 14th Districts, Democrats
racked up 80 to 90 percent of the vote, proportions that Hugo Chavez himself
might envy. Grimes asks 'Does California need an audit of these 40 counties
which use Dominion Voting System?'
California actually has a long history with Smartmatic. Here is a link sent to
me on Newsom when SF Mayor arranging for their installation there:
Traditional methods were also in play. One official would-be observer in San
Mateo County wrote:
I was also unable to observe signature verifications at Tower Road [election
center] under the pretext that it violated privacy laws. I will be checking
with Election Integrity to clarify whether that is legitimate or not.
For years, California has been written off by those opposed to the one party in
control of the State. But maybe the popular support for that one party isn't
really there, any more than it was for the Communist Party in the Soviet Union,
which collapsed without providing any clues to the ever-watchful CIA. We'll
never know until there are honest elections. The first step would be an
The people with the 'Trump 2024' signs are fooling themselves. If this year's
farce is allowed to continue, there won't be an election in 2024.