Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Another Phony Unmasked: The World’s So-Called “Hottest Doctor,” Who Has Repeatedly Called for Mandatory Mask Laws and Social Distancing, was Pictured Maskless Partying on a Boat in Miami While Surrounded by Bikini-Clad Women

By R.C.
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 9:14 p.m.

The World’s So-Called “hottest doctor,” Who Has Repeatedly Called for Mandatory Mask Laws and Social Distancing, was Pictured Maskless Partying on a Boat in Miami While Surrounded by Bikini-Clad Women


A Very Dark View of Jefferson ... and Application to Today

By An Old Friend
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 3:11 p.m.

A Very Dark View of Jefferson ... and Application to Today

Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation, a 2000 book by historian Joseph Ellis, provided a fascinating look at the interactions during the Founding Era among Hamilton, Burr, Jefferson, Franklin, Washington, Adams and Madison. I came away with enhanced appreciation for Adams and lower esteem for Jefferson. But the famous, late reconciliation between those two suggests to me that Jefferson couldn’t have been the blackguard the writer below makes him out to be. Still, what’s below strikes me as a very interesting read.

America’s Window of Hope

Trump's defeat parallels the election of 1800, which should both scare us and give reason for hope.

NOVEMBER 25, 2020 | 12:01 A.M.


There are many parallels between the personalities of Donald Trump and the second president of the United States, John Adams. Both Adams and Trump had sizable egos and demonstrated streaks of nearly unmatched vanity. John Adams was instrumental in getting George Washington appointed to lead the colonial army, and yet quickly became jealous of him and even tried to get him fired.

Although a politically patient man, John Adams would verbally lash out anytime he felt under attack. Adam’s personality was off-putting to many—even those who agreed with his politics. Many would oppose Adams on items, merely because he had irritated them so badly in the past. Although not without mistakes, Adams was also an extremely successful president—especially when it came to trade and foreign policy.

As we now look back at Trump’s term at the helm, other parallels of their presidencies are also strikingly similar. This perspective should lead to some despondency on the side of conservatives. When John Adams lost his re-election bid, the result was that the country suffered tremendously for the decades that followed.

The Adam’s example, also allows us to find hope—even if Trump’s legal challenges end in defeat. Although a very important founding father, Adams was not an irreplaceable one. He wasn’t a Washington or a Hamilton. However, even in his election defeat, Adams provided the country with a gift—an individual who saved America for decades to come, during possibly the darkest phase of our country’s history. This period was the presidency of Thomas Jefferson.

John Adam’s gift was an 11th-hour appointment of John Marshall to Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Justice Marshall was confirmed well after John Adams had lost—only a month before Thomas Jefferson took office.

The 1800 presidential election that Adams lost to Jefferson was heavily contested. The Never Trumpers of their day had conspired to make sure that Adams was not re-elected. This is what gave Jefferson a chance to win. Even then, Jefferson ended in an electoral vote tie with a third candidate. The selection process came down to the House of Representatives having to vote to select the president. Even this was contested, as it took 36 different votes by the House for a deadlock to finally break with Jefferson prevailing.

During the prior 35 votes, Jefferson and his followers had threatened everything from armed-insurrection, mob-violence, and even disbanding the country if Jefferson wasn’t made president. Sound familiar?

Back on November 2nd, the day before our election, we had many major cities boarding up their buildings to deal with the feared anger of mob violence if Trump had been reelected that evening. That same day, Biden’s campaign manager insisted, “under no scenario will Donald Trump be declared a victor on election night.” Former government officials have demanded that Biden/Harris not concede under any circumstances. Militant arms of the Democratic Party have been on full display for months—leaving destruction and murder in their wake.

Jefferson was a duplicitous person. No one had railed against European tyranny more than he had. No one wanted total power more than he did either. Jefferson liked strife and discord. Years prior, during the ratification process of the Constitution, Jefferson attempted to have 9 states to ratify the document while simultaneously attempting to have 4 states vote against it.

I would contend that Thomas Jefferson was the most corrupt president in our history. When he took office, his party also had control of the Senate and the House. It was the exact scenario that could easily occur after the upcoming U.S. Senate races in Georgia. However, the one area that Jefferson’s party was not in control of was the judiciary. This is where he immediately focused his efforts in order to destroy any opposition.

Biden has spoken about possible maneuvers to take away the perceived conservative majority on the Supreme Court. He has discussed ‘packing’ the court. He has also talked about cycling SCOTUS justices off to other courts. Thomas Jefferson did both. Jefferson more or less even effectively disbanded the Supreme Court for a year and a half. When it returned, he installed people fiercely loyal to his ideals, and yet something odd happened. Justice John Marshall within short order would seemingly change their mindset and turn them into constitutionalists.

This angered and frustrated Jefferson to no end. As John Marshall was patient and stood up to him, Jefferson decided to start the process of impeaching justices whose politics he did not like. Marshall was able to organize the defense of these sham impeachments and get just enough of Jefferson’s loyal base of senators to defect in order to thwart the removals.

At the start of this year, we witnessed the impeachment of a president for the ‘crime’ of being too politically popular and too successful with the economy to beat in an election. His impeachment was spearheaded by the very people who were running against him. This includes several senators who are now actively seeking cabinet positions in Biden’s outfit—not to mention the soon to be vice-president who could in short order be the president herself.

If the Georgia Senate races go to the far-left, it will assure them nearly complete power. We know they will do whatever possible to ‘legally’ nullify the Constitution and target the judiciary. They have told us as much with their own words. If that scenario takes place, we must hope that the appointments of Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett will stem the tide and keep America from progressing down the Marxist road they openly wish to take us.

Jefferson would have turned America into something far different—something incredibly dark. There was one person who slowed him, and that person was Justice Marshall. Marshall was the only one who could successfully counter the genius of Jefferson and out-strategize him. Marshall was the only person capable of turning a Jefferson ally into an American patriot.

It is for this reason that I believe John Marshall to be every bit as important to our history as any other founding father. Marshall countered Jefferson’s eight years in office. He provided the reason and logic that helped slowly turn the following 16 years of Jefferson proteges (Madison and Monroe), into presidents that didn’t expect to exercise their will over the Constitution. It was the ever-polite Marshall, and his three and a half decades on the Supreme Court, that gave the country enough time to be saved again years later by Abraham Lincoln.

I say all this as there still could be a sliver of hope in a Georgia defeat. However, I am wary of banking on a modern-day replica of John Marshall to single-handedly save us for decades to come.

I am not here to claim that Trump is one of the best presidents ever. I certainly am not here to say his personality always made him friends—much in the model of a John Adams it often did the opposite. I can say, however, that the movement Trump created and the down-ticket success he brought the Republican party in 2020, he has provided us a chance to keep our country in the game. He has bought us time to keep things alive until a hero emerges in the future. If the Senate races in Georgia are lost, though, this window of hope may be gone for good.

This is where some other optimism can be gleaned. Thomas Jefferson was a genius. He was a terrible person with a dangerous thirst for power—but he was brilliant. Today, we are not up against the person who wrote the Declaration of Independence and who for decades centralized all Democrat party thought. Although we may be up against lies, fraud, duplicity, and big tech—strategy is not coming from one single source like it did with Jefferson. Although I don’t wish to tempt fate and see if Justice Barrett ends up being this century’s version of John Marshall, I am hopeful we won’t have to. Georgia must be won.

Even to a moderate Biden voter, the far-left’s rhetoric since election day must give some concern. National lockdowns, wealth confiscation, censoring of opinion, and the stated goal of specifically not working in a bi-partisan way is what they have heralded mere weeks after the election.

The Georgia election gives our country with an opportunity to deny a single ideology the complete law-making and executive control they are so hungry for. Regardless of one’s party affiliation or political leaning, preventing this central and complete control gives America a better chance of being recognizable a few years from now.

If not, our country’s small window of hope may be slammed shut.

Anthony Schwartz is a technology entrepreneur from California. He has an undergraduate degree from Harvard and an MBA from Santa Clara. An expert in early U.S. history, his focus is in finding the relationships between the complex formative years of the country and the political situations of today.


Biden Demands Open Borders for Ireland!

By R.C.
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 2:32 p.m.

Biden Says Irish Border Must Remain Open as Brexit Talks Continue

R.C.: He’s not a world leader.

He’s leader of the world.


Video of Confrontation in Louisville between Armed Patriots and Armed antifa/blm

By Merlin

“USA: Armed militia members face off BLM protesters in Louisville
•Sep 6, 2020

1.61M subscribers

“A group of armed pro-Trump and militia activists marched to the City Hall in Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday. They were confronted by Black Lives Matter counter-protesters [sic]. Rival protesters were filmed verbally confronting each other before police officers showed up prompting militia leader Dylan Stevens, known as the Angry Viking, to say his group was leaving the area. Armed militias were present in various locations across the country during the recent protests against racism and police brutality. In late August, two people were shot dead and several others injured in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after a civilian armed with a rifle opened fire on demonstrators.”

"Armed militias were present in various locations across the country during the recent protests against racism and police brutality. In late August, two people were shot dead and several others injured in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after a civilian armed with a rifle opened fire on demonstrators."

Correction: … during the recent racist riots, looting, and arson. In late August, a civilian fatally shot two rioters and wounded a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin, while they were attempting to murder him.


Communist Pope Francis Derides Anti-Lockdown Protests, Claims They Lack "Healthy Indignation" of antifa/blm Looters

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Robert Epstein: Google Shifted a "Minimum" of 6 Million Votes in 2020

By R.C.
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 8:07 p.m.

Robert Epstein: Google Shifted a "Minimum" of 6 Million Votes in 2020

Psychologist and search engine expert Dr. Robert Epstein appeared on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight yesterday to reveal his findings on Google's search manipulation in the 2020 election, which Epstein claims could have shifted a minimum of six million votes in one direction.

Overstock Founder Says Similar “irregularities” were Uncovered in Dallas Back in 2018, Revealing that Dominion Systems were Used There to Hack an Election

By A Texas Reader
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 8:23 p.m.

Byrne says that similar "irregularities" were uncovered in Dallas back in 2018, revealing that Dominion systems were used there to hack an election and deliver it to Democrats. The same would have been used in 2016 for Hillary Clinton, but that operation

Japan Announces Plan to Commit National Hara-Kiri

By R.C.
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 8:39 p.m.

Japanese Foreign Minister Announces Plan to “Transform Japan Into a Diverse Multiethnic Society”

New World Order.

The complete elimination of ethnic nation states.

From fascism to communism to globalism.

In under 100 years.


PayPal Hired Mashable to Destroy a Small Business with Opposing Political Views

By R.C.
Wed, Nov 25, 2020 8:04 p.m.

PayPal Hired Mashable to Destroy a Small Business with Opposing Political Views

N.S.: Full disclosure: Roughly three months ago, PayPal notified me that it was "permanently limiting" my account for "security" reasons.

It was lying. It didn't "limit" my account, it closed it. And "security" had nothing to do with it. At the same time, it rejected a payment a publisher sought to make to me, but without informing me.

What PayPal is now doing is at the very least actionable--tortious interference, and may even rise to the level of criminal conspiracy.

The Dog that Didn’t Bark: The msm, Crime, and Race

By David in TN

There is a dynamic to msm coverage (or non-coverage) of black crime. The msm makes a National Morality Play out of Laci and Scott Peterson, also Casey Anthony and the Natalee Holloway affair. In these everybody involved was White.

On the other hand, the only black-on-White murder to ever be a National Morality Play was the O.J. Simpson farce. And in that one, the msm made the White LAPD detective into the villain. Even before Mark Furhman became the story, the msm picked away at the evidence, and never admitted the case against Simpson was overwhelming.

Some liberals whine that “only dead pretty White girls get coverage.” Well, yes. A pretty, White girl victim gets big coverage when the suspect looks like Scott Peterson or Joran van der Sloot. When the suspects look like Lemaricus Davidson and Eric Boyd, the story is local only.

Ironically, this is why black-on-black murders get little or no national coverage. They would have to show the suspect.


A Holiday Message from Andy Rooney

By Grands Rapids Anonymous
Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at 4:27:00 A.M. EST

Did You Ever Wonder What Keeps Andy Rooney Awake at Night? (Besides Itchy Chicken Feathers)

November 25,2020-2 A.M.: I can’t sleep—and it isn’t a good thing for a reincarnated rooster to have a case of insomnia. I need to be ready in about four hours to wake up the family on this farm in Kansas—the place that’s currently serving as my home—and being sleep-deprived doesn’t help me in my efforts to perform my job as a cheap alarm clock.

I think there’s one thing in particular keeping me awake tonight:

What the hell are we going to do about Joe Biden? I’ve covered many presidents over the years, and there have been all types of men who won election to our highest office. From the decisiveness of Harry Truman, to the lack of it by Jimmy Carter. From the charismatic John F. Kennedy to the average-ness of Gerald Ford. We liked Ike, but couldn’t stand Nixon. But I never—ever believed that an individual could be elected President of the United States, when the majority of that person’s brain cells have permanently “gone fishin,’” taken the “A train” to Stupidville, are continuously going for a long walk on a short pier or have morphed into something as useless as a tricycle in an Indy 500 race. That’s exactly what we have with Joe Biden.

We haven’t been very lucky with our presidents lately, have we?

George “W” Bush is the prime example of a recent POTUS, whom I consider to be in the same category of moron as Biden has shown himself to be. In 2008, I was convinced, “W” would go down as the worst president the USA would see in my lifetime— but I was wrong. Obama followed.

Strictly on smarts, though, if Biden and Bush were playing The Weakest Link game show, host Jane Lynch would be compelled to ask the two of them the following questions:

“Which of you had an IQ test that came back negative?”

“Whose brain is illegally parked?”

The answer is...both of them.

Their mental acuities are in a neck-and-neck race to the “dips**t finish line.”

What’s the difference between them? Bush (and Obama) are in the past—we survived their administrations (barely). Biden is in our future. When you consider what you want for Christmas this year, wish that America survives a Biden presidency.

Personally, I was wishing for Trump to win re-election, but my track record for receiving what I want at Christmas is very poor—in fact, I never received the one gift I’ve ALWAYS wanted to see under my Christmas tree since 1957
--Sophia Loren.

I hope she doesn’t show up now.

So on this Thanksgiving Eve, I can only say I’m thankful to be able to type this essay, and also to be a chicken, instead of a turkey.

In closing, I’d like to offer the following: In spite of everything—including Coronavirus, I wish the NSU readers the very best holidays you can possibly have.

I’m Andy Rooney.


The White Man’s Affliction: Stockholm Syndrome? Battle Fatigue? What to Do?

By An Old Friend


N.S.: Note the parallel problem, when White liberals flee places like California, only to carry their liberal habits of mind with them, wherever they go.

Someone needs to develop a form of de-programming.


Tuesday, November 24, 2020

The Unseen Factor That Shifted MILLIONS of Votes to Biden

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