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The Harris-Biden ticket insists that President Trump didn’t take COVID-19 seriously. Further, the Harris-Biden ticket insist that people died unnecessarily because of President Trump’s unseriousness. That’s BS of the stinkiest order. This White House fact sheet demolishes the Harris-Biden argument:

  1. Took early action to cut off travel from China
  2. Built the world’s leading testing system from nothing
  3. Enacted mitigation measures to slow the spread
  4. Mobilized public and private sectors to secure needed supplies
  5. Took action to protect vulnerable Americans
  6. Launched effort to deliver a vaccine and therapeutics in record time
  7. Provided support to workers and businesses
  8. Paved way for reopening to get America working again
  9. Surged resources to hot spots as they arose
  10. Confronted China as origin of the virus while Democrats and media cowered

Let’s get serious about something. Can anyone picture President Harris or Co-President Biden calling up pharmaceutical industry CEOs to have them start working on a vaccine in February? If you can picture that, what type of drugs are you using?

Peter Navarro was tasked with rebuilding the national stockpile of ventilators. He contacted GM about standing up a manufacturing facility in Kokomo, IN. From the initial call from Navarro to the manufacture of the first ventilator took 17 days:

“Every time you hear that ‘pity party’ stuff, remember to look into the future, see where we need to go, and what we need to do, and that’s bringing manufacturing and supply chains home, starting with our pharmaceutical supply chains and our medical supplies and equipment like masks,” he said. “And that’s what we’re doing. I’ve have seen miracles here. I’ve seen a plant in Kokomo, Indiana, with General Motors stood up in 17 days, and three days later, we had ventilators go into hospitals in Gary, Indiana.”

Does anyone seriously think that Harris, Biden or any other Democratic presidential candidate could’ve accomplished this? I don’t. I can’t picture any Democrat being able to accomplish anything like that. That isn’t the only special assignment Navarro is handling:

During the Obama-Biden administration, Obama and Biden didn’t think it was a problem to have our antibiotics, PPE and other medical supplies manufactured in China. If they thought it posed a national security threat, they didn’t act on it. Considering Biden’s coziness with China, it’s highly unlikely that ‘Buy American, Hire American’ was a priority.

VP Biden’s campaign slogan is just spin. It isn’t a commitment like it is with President Trump. Democrats are globalists and corporatists. Whether it’s Lebron James or Michael Bloomberg or Mark Cuban, they’re each committed to China in different ways. Bloomberg wants Chinese markets open to him even if it hurts the US. Lebron James doesn’t flinch when Nike uses child labor to manufacture athletic wear that bears Lebron’s name. Cuban won’t speak of China’s evils because it might hurt the NBA.

Donald Trump didn’t flinch in cutting off travel with China when COVID was first discovered. That’s because his loyalties lie with the US.

For the first 40+ years of his career, Joe Biden fed his family at the globalist trough. Biden’s family got rich feeding at the globalist trough. Why should I think that he’s serious about ‘Buy American, Hire American’?

This morning on Outnumbered, former Obama State Department propagandist Marie Harf said that Joe Biden had spoken out forcefully against anti-police violence. While I’ll agree that Biden has said the right thing when he’s spoken, I’ll mention that he essentially went the entire summer without mentioning the rioting, looting and anti-police violence. Harf has also said that Democrat aren’t for defunding the police.

That’s interesting since Kamala Harris praised Eric Garcetti for slashing the LAPD budget by $150,000,000:

Vice presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris on Tuesday applauded Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s decision to slash police funding by $150 million but stopped short of saying she backed the ‘defund the police’ movement. “I support investing in communities so that they become more healthy and therefore more safe,” Harris said in an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” “I applaud Mayor Garcetti for doing what he’s done.”

Just because she didn’t say ‘defund the police’ doesn’t mean she doesn’t support the defund the police movement. At this point, it’s just semantics. It’s essentially irrelevant.

Check this article out:

“Residents are asking, ‘Where are the police’?” said Jamal Osman, newly elected council member of Ward 6. He said he’s already been inundated with complaints from residents that calls for police aren’t being answered. “That is the only public safety option they have at the moment. MPD. They rely on MPD. And they are saying they are nowhere to be seen,” Osman said.

The Minneapolis City Council should’ve thought about that before they voted to dismantle the MPD. Residents are right. They need the police to stay safe. When DFL (DFL is Minnesotan for far-left Democrat) politicians promised to dismantle the police, police started retiring early en masse or seeking jobs with other PDs.

Right now, the MPD is understaffed according to the Minneapolis City Charter:

The city charter, which serves as its constitution, currently says the city must maintain a police department and the council must “fund a police force of at least 0.0017 employees per resident.”

The point is simple. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi can spin this whichever way they want to sound moderate but they’re essentially irrelevant. City councils determine police department funding. Big city city councils are either mostly or entirely Democrat activists. The city council activists align mostly with AOC and Keith Ellison. In Minneapolis, Keith Ellison’s son, Jeremiah, is on the City Council. Jeremiah voted for dismantling the MPD. That didn’t prevent him from shooting his mouth off at Tuesday’s meeting:

You named the strategies and the resources that we’re deploying … but does this type of enforcement action, is it able to have any kind of effect? It seems like we pour money into it, but we’re not seeing it have an effect.

When politicians disrespect the police, then cut their budget, crime will increase. That’s the predictable outcome.

This is particularly heartbreaking:

Rather than dismantling the police, what’s required is police reform and adding substantially to the police force. Let’s drop the ‘reimagining police’ propaganda that Democrats use. It isn’t legitimate. It’s the Democrats’ way of getting people to abandon time-tested policing tactics. This video contains a montage of ‘reimagining policing’:

Voting for Democrats is a vote for increased violent crime. That debate has been had. The statistics speak for themselves. Res ipsa loquitur.

Veteran political observers remember the days when consultants said ‘Let Joe be Joe.’ Those days are history, if not ancient history. Last night, Joe Biden attended a campaign event his staff probably wishes he hadn’t attended.

This article highlights what might go wrong with a candidate who isn’t all there.

Joe Biden raised eyebrows on Tuesday evening over his attempt to appeal to Hispanic voters at a campaign event in Kissimmee, Fla. The event was meant to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month. The Democratic candidate was the last speaker of the event to take the podium following several supporters including Eva Longoria, Ricky Martin and Luis Fonsi.

However, when Biden approached the podium, he paused and reached for his phone in his pocket. “I just have one thing to say,” Biden began as he looked down at his phone. “Hang on here.”

He then held his phone to the microphone, which began playing the 2017 hit song “Despacito” from Fonsi, who had introduced the candidate. After roughly 15 seconds of bobbing his head and gently dancing behind the podium, he paused the music. “I’ll tell you what- if I had the talent of any one of these people, I’d be elected president by acclamation,” Biden chuckled.

That cringeworthy moment sparked some interesting reactions. Here’s Ed O’Keefe’s reaction:


Mercedes Schlapp’s reaction was particularly hilarious:


No wonder Biden’s staff keeps Biden hidden. At the end of this video, after Biden threw a couple of cheap shots at President Trump, Biden needed directions from staff to get off the stage:

Finally, there’s this Trump campaign video:

Biden is a scatterbrain. How can a scatterbrain who has difficulty putting together a coherent sentence lead us through a crisis? HINT: He can’t.

Tuesday afternoon, President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu joined the foreign ministers of the UAE and Bahrain in signing history-shattering peace agreements. These agreements are now known as the “Abraham Accords.”

In his remarks, President Trump said “Thanks to the great courage of the leaders of these three countries, we take a major stride toward a future in which people of all faiths and backgrounds live together in peace and prosperity.” Prime Minister Netanyahu added “This day is a pivot of history, it heralds a new dawn of peace. For thousands of years the Jewish people have prayed for peace, for decades the Jewish state has prayed for peace, and this is why today we are filled with such profound gratitude.”

They were joined by UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, Bahrain’s Foreign Minister. Zayani praised the deal, saying “Mr. President, your statesmanship and tireless efforts have brought us here today and made peace a reality.”

Meanwhile, Democrats acted like disgruntled children, with Speaker Pelosi sounding particularly bitter:

The signing of a pair of historic peace agreements is a “distraction” from COVID? What type of warped person is Ms. Pelosi? These agreements are historic because it isn’t often that Arab nations recognize Israel’s right to exist. That’s why Tuesday’s agreements are only the third and fourth agreements in Israel’s history.

The first agreement was the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt. They were signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on Sept. 17, 1978. (Sadat was assassinated 3 years later.) Next was the signing of the Israel–Jordan peace treaty in Oct., 1994. That was the last treaty between Israel and an Arab nation until yesterday.

Pelosi is one of the most tone-deaf politicians in DC history. That’s why there’s an anti-Democrat backlash building. Pelosi thinks that COVID is the top issue with voters. Just ask yourself this question. What’s most likely to get your attention — the shooting of the LA sheriff deputies or the daily update of COVID statistics? That isn’t a fair fight.

By now, the entire civilized world has heard about the depravity unleashed on 2 LA County sheriff deputies. Joe Biden didn’t waste time in looking like an idiot with this tweet:


That’s stunningly stupid. Joe Biden is criticizing so-called assault weapons though the video, which contains extremely graphic video, shows the would-be assassin using a handgun to ambush the deputies:

Here’s some questions for VP Biden:

  1. Should the government (federal, state or municipal) have the right to strip from its citizens the right of citizens to protect themselves or their families? AK-47s and AR-15s aren’t often used in gang wars. They’re often used to protect families when riots break out.
  2. Have you even thought this through? When you passed the Assault Weapons Ban, it was effective for less than a month. That’s because you specified which models were designated as assault weapons. Shortly thereafter, the model numbers got changed. Same gun, different model number = Assault Weapons Ban is worthless.
  3. Have you ever thought that the Second Amendment was written to protect citizens from tyrannical governments and to protect people/families? If you haven’t, why haven’t you thought about that?
  4. Isn’t being lenient towards rioters and looters stoking violence? Wherever lenience is shown, the violence continues, without exception. Where overwhelming force is used, the violence stops. Might there be a lesson in there for Democrats?
  5. When you were supposedly way ahead in the polls, you said nothing about the violence. The minute the polls started tightening fast, you started talking about the violence? Why the change?

This violence wasn’t just predictable. It was predicted. Disrespecting authority figures without cause isn’t just stupid. It’s what a spoiled little brat would do. The Democrats’ sense of decency doesn’t exist anymore. The Democrats’ disrespectful actions have demolished minority neighborhoods and cost those families their life savings.

That’s why Republicans are poised to improve their approval ratings with minority communities. President Trump’s economic policies have helped but his pro-police policies have helped, too. Monday night on Hannity, Candace Owens predicted that Republicans would get 20% of the African-American vote. While I think that’s a little high, I don’t have any difficulty believing Trump will hit 15% of the African-American vote.

Democrats have shot their mouths off. Democrats haven’t fixed the problems facing minority neighborhoods. President Trump has started fixing some of these problems. Give him 4 more years and life will be significantly improved in minority neighborhoods.

Liar, Liar…
By Ramblin’ Rose

A children’s ditty begins with “Liar, liar, pants on fire…” Its origin dates to 1945 or 1841, depending on the sources. One version continues with “Nose as long as a telephone wire.” Hmmm, is that the nose of the Pinocchios awarded by the Washington Post Fact Checker?

And even that leftist resource has awarded this dubious honor to Biden comments…a real surprise.
A Biden tweet on September 9, 2020 was “You deserve a president who tells you the truth.” Yes, we do! But it is not Joe Biden!

The public recognizes that Biden has a long history of lying. Recent online headlines have sought to quantify them…the top 10 Biden lies / Biden’s 8 biggest lies. Frankly, I don’t think the exact number is known. How many are hidden in the historic files stored at the University of Delaware at the cost of $120 million annually through an appropriation in the state budget—taxpayer funding? Tara Reade? How many more? Where to start? Probably at the beginning of the decades-long political career of Joe Biden, or before.

In a current campaign ad, Biden lauds the full scholarship, honors, class rankings and the multiple degrees he earned in law school as he demeans a political reporter in 1987 as being inferior to him. The ad continues to explain the multiple falsehoods in just that one exchange. Biden did have a full scholarship, only a partial one. He was not named as “the outstanding student.” Nor did he finish at the top of his class—closer to the bottom would be more accurate, exactly 76 of 85. He earned one degree, not three. He also admitted to plagiarism during his first year at Syracuse University’s College of Law.

That was not Biden’s only time using other people’s words without attribution. He plagiarized statements by Bobby Kennedy, John F. Kennedy and Neil Kinnock, a British Labour Party leader, while a U.S. senator. As the presidential nominee of the Democrat party, did he plagiarize the Bernie Sanders platform as his own or did the two reach “a political understanding?” One would be the nominee and the other the idea-man?

In another current ad, Biden relates the tragic death of his wife and daughter in a car accident. However, he repeatedly placed the blame on a drunken tractor-trailer driver. Oops, that driver had the right of way; Mrs. Biden had a stop sign. In 2001, the then-Delaware prosecutor related the true facts. But, yet in 2007 at the University of Iowa, Biden repeated: “Let me tell you a little story. I got elected when I was 29, and I got elected November the 7th. And on Dec. 18 of that year, my wife and three kids were Christmas shopping for a Christmas tree. A tractor-trailer, a guy who allegedly — and I never pursued it — drank his lunch instead of eating his lunch, broadsided my family and killed my wife instantly, and killed my daughter instantly, and hospitalized my two sons, with what were thought to be at the time permanent, fundamental injuries.”

And he is repeating it in 2020 as he advocates for a single-payer health insurance plan. His nose continues to grow longer than a telephone wire.

Another car accident revealed another lie. In 1974, Bill Stevenson learned of a fender-bender that his then-wife Jill had had. Only the truth was that Joe Biden was the driver of his friend’s car. The “story” became that the Stevenson marriage was on the rocks, and Joe and Jill met on a blind date in 1975. Truth is that the Stevensons worked on Biden’s 1972 run for the US Senate. Jill also turned down an invitation by her then-husband Stevenson to meet Bruce Springsteen. She claimed she had to take care of Beau and Hunter Biden in 1974. Do not the 1972 and 1974 dates precede the 1975 blind date?

Biden’s stories about his experiences overseas and with foreign and domestic policy are more far-fetched than science fiction. On the Senate floor in 2006, Biden either had a very bad memory or fabricated a whale of a story.

“On Sept. 10, the day before the attacks on the towers, I made a speech to the National Press Club where I warned about a massive attack on the United States of America from terrorists; why I thought it would happen and why I thought our priorities were misplaced — the day before 9/ 11.”

He did speak on September 10, 2001, at the National Press Club, but his focus was on criticizing the Bush missile defense system and the threats of anthrax and biological terrorism. “The real threat comes to this country in the hold of a ship, the belly of a plane, or smuggled into a city in the middle of the night in a vial in a backpack,” Biden said.

Reality check: A very specific prediction was made about the probable attack in a book published in 2000, written by Donald J. Trump—The America We Deserve. He wrote: “I really am convinced we’re in danger of the sort of terrorist attacks that will make the bombing of the Trade Center look like kids playing with firecrackers. No sensible analyst rejects this possibility, and plenty of them like me, are not wondering if but when it will happen.”

Biden’s grandstanding is boundless. Even though he had been an athlete in school, he received five deferments from military service in Vietnam due to asthma. However, he recalls and repeats that he was arrested on the streets of Soweto while trying to visit Mandela on Robben Island. Others, who Biden claims to have also been present, deny the event. And, it would have been utterly implausible since Soweto is located nearly 900 miles northeast of Robben Island. He enhanced the story with a falsely claimed personal visit and thank-you from Mandela in Washington, D.C. for the alleged visit to Robben Island. Even the New York Times refuted Biden’s claim of participating in marches and sit-ins in the civil right movement.

At the Breakfast Club in May of this year, hosted by Charlamagne tha God, Biden boasted that the NAACP had endorsed him in every political campaign. They refuted: “We want to clarify that the NAACP is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse candidates for political office at any level.” They never endorse Biden for any office.

“Nice guy Joe” claims roots among the blue-collar workers of Pennsylvania, claiming that this family were coal miners. That isn’t accurate. They were wealthy oil company owners. He attended a private school for which his parents paid tuition and fees. Remember, too, that this candidate is against fossil fuels from which his family gained.

Recently, Biden promised not to increase taxes on persons earning $400,000 a year because he had never earned more than that in a year. Pinocchio! In the first two years following the Obama-Biden administration, the Wall Street Journal reported that Biden had earned some $15.6 million dollars. And what about the special deals in China and the Ukraine?

Is it the failing memory or the pathological liar that now claims to have advocated for a travel ban prior to the one announced by President Trump?—yes, the reaction that Biden called “hysteria, xenophobia, and fear-mongering.” How many times has Biden announced an innovative reaction to a problem related to the pandemic the day after such an initiative was announced by President Trump?

  1. Which administration built and first used cages to detain illegally entering juveniles along the Southern border?
  2. He voted for the Iraq war but claims he opposed it.
  3. Does he want a national mask-wearing mandate or not?
  4. Will he ban or allow fracking?
  5. Does he prefer NAFTA or the USAMCA trade deal?
  6. Will he have an agenda to move the country forward if he were (subjunctive, hypothetical…he must not) to win the election, or will he follow the 100+ page manifesto of Harris, Sanders, Warren, Pelosi, the Squad, the mobs, etc.?

While we may not be able to answer those questions, with certainty we can say that Biden will continue to lie. Yes, we deserve a president who does not lie—he is not Joe Biden!!

This article highlights how tenuous Joe Biden’s lead actually is. Forget what the polls say. Most of them oversample Democrats so they aren’t that predictive.

Nevada has gone Democrat for awhile now. It’s important to remember that Bernie crushed Biden here, mostly with an impressive turnout with Hispanics. Bernie’s win in Nevada got Establishment Democrats panicking. It wasn’t that much longer than Jim Clyburn rescued Biden’s campaign. But I digress.

Biden had a 5-point advantage in the state at the beginning of September, according to a University of Nevada-Las Vegas Lee Business School poll, the first state survey of the general election. But this week, the Cook Political Report shifted the state’s rating from “likely Democrat” to “lean Democrat.”

Separately, a New York Times/Siena College survey released on Saturday showed Biden up by 4 points, 46% to 42%, after polling of likely voters taken Sept. 8-11. Democrat Hillary Clinton won Nevada by 2 points in 2016.

Biden’s campaign better hit that next gear soon. If they don’t, President Trump will seize that momentum and ride it through the election.

A surprise win in Nevada, which Trump lost in 2016, could help the president compensate for a loss in another battleground ground state like Michigan or Pennsylvania. Nevada has only six Electoral College votes, compared to Michigan’s 16 and Pennsylvania’s 20, but Trump’s campaign sees a re-election victory path that would entail winning a series of smaller states anchored by Minnesota instead of the Rust Belt states that put him in the White House.

Speaking of Minnesota, that’s getting more interesting each week. According to this video, President Trump has made a bigger-than-major ad buy there:

At the start of the segment, Pete Hegseth said that the Trump campaign has made $14,000,000 worth of ad buys in Minnesota. That’s a monster ad buy for a state the size of Minnesota. Had President Trump spent $5,000,000 on advertising in Minnesota, that would’ve been a major commitment. Trump’s spending 3 times that. That’s before factoring in the army of volunteers and the field staff in Minnesota.

This also explodes the myth that the Trump campaign/RNC is running out of money. You don’t spend $14,000,000 unless there’s promising data showing that there’s a great shot at flipping the state. President Trump obviously thinks he’s got a legitimate shot at winning Minnesota. Let’s remember the ‘experts’ that ridiculed him for stopping in Wisconsin the final Sunday of the campaign. The ‘experts’ said that stopping in Wisconsin was “campaign malpractice.”

Trump will seek to seize on the new advantage with a visit to the Silver State this weekend. The campaign swing includes two rallies, one in Reno on Saturday, followed by another in Las Vegas on Sunday, as well as a roundtable discussion on Latino issues at the Treasure Island casino. He’ll also look to appeal to Latino voters with a roundtable in Phoenix on Monday.

Following the news of Trump being competitive with Hispanic voters in Florida’s Miami-Dade County, appealing to these states makes tons of sense. The Trump campaign understands that they aren’t running a traditional campaign. That doesn’t mean they aren’t making smart decisions. How often have the ‘experts’ ridiculed Trump, only to get served a heaping helping of crow a day or week later?

Let’s remember, too, that President Trump’s chances of flipping New Hampshire and New Mexico aren’t as remote as the ‘experts’ predict. President Trump won 306 electoral votes in 2016. That means he had 36 electoral votes more than he needed. Let’s play a game of ‘What If?’ and say he loses Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. That puts him at 260 EVs. He still reaches 270 by winning Maine, New Hampshire and Nevada. Trump still wins if he loses Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, then loses Arizona if he wins Minnesota and Nevada, New Hampshire or Maine.

This is far from over but President Trump has multiple paths to victory.

This article provides proof that pitting 2 progressives against a capitalist isn’t a fair fight. Then again, 3 progressives vs. a capitalist isn’t fair, either.

Joy Behar, aka Joyless Behar, shot off her mouth on The View, saying “I will take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it. As far as the vaccine is concerned, I’d like to inform America, in case we don’t know this because I looked all this up for you, the mumps vaccine took four years, the polio vaccine took 20 years, and the smallpox vaccine took a few centuries. It was developed initially in 1796, when they started to think about it, and it became useful in the 1950s. OK?”

Thinking that she’d won that fight was Behar’s first mistake. Ivanka responded in real time:


Just to inform Ms. Behar, in the past, government put in place regulations designed to impede progress. Operation Warp Speed is different because a businessman, not a politician, is in charge of creating a life-saving vaccine. When lives are on the line, it’s imperative that we make sure that the product passes safety tests but that it also doesn’t take longer than it needs to. Being extra-cautious can cost lives, too.

If Joe Biden was in charge, there’s little chance of him streamlining the approval process. He’s a politician. He’s used to a plodding process. President Trump is used to speeding up the process as fast as possible. That’s how he’s run his companies. Translating President Trump’s skill set to the Oval Office means that things get done quickly. That’s why he’s gotten so many positive things done so fast despite the media- and politician-driven distractions. Predictably, Kamala Harris said she won’t trust anything related to the Trump administration:

According to Reuters, voting fraud is “extremely rare.” Reuters is either dishonest or stupid. This Heritage Foundation study suggests that Reuters isn’t honest.

According to Heritage, “Although talk of voter fraud may be increasing because of the stakes in the 2020 election, The Heritage Foundation’s election fraud database has been around for four years. With the addition of our latest batch of cases, we are up to 1,285 proven instances of voter fraud.” Heritage next states that “Heritage’s database is by no means comprehensive. It doesn’t capture all voter fraud cases and certainly doesn’t capture reported instances that aren’t even investigated or prosecuted. The database is intended to demonstrate the vulnerabilities in the election system and the many ways in which fraud is committed.”

When President Trump talks about voter fraud within the mail-in voting system, the MSM treats his statements like the statements of a lunatic. Other Democrats treat him like he’s a little green man from Mars. Since the MSM treats CNN’s Jim Acosta like he’s a legitimate reporter, it isn’t surprising that few people take the MSM’s characterizations seriously.

This article highlights the MSM’s bias:

These groups have helped lead a larger movement in the Republican Party that has seen states pass restrictions on voting, including strict voter identification laws passed by nine states since 2005. They have sought purges of voter rolls that could disproportionately affect minority voters, who tend to vote for the Democratic Party, according to voting-rights advocates and election officials who have opposed these efforts.

When I worked at Fingerhut years ago, one of the things we’d deal with was the NCOA data. NCOA was the acronym for the Post Office’s National Change Of Address system. Each day, we would create a tape containing the new addresses of people that moved.

One of the requirements of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 was the creation of Statewide Voter Registration Systems in each state. HAVA requires the timely updating of the SVRS.

The Reuters article didn’t address the lawsuits won by Judicial Watch that required the cleaning up of voter roles in multiple states. Apparently, some counties see the timely updating of their SVRS as an option, not as a requirement. HAVA is quite clear; timely updating of the SVRS is a requirement. We know from videos like this that voter fraud exists:

The usual excuse is that voter fraud isn’t widespread. That’s an important admission. For years, Democrats insisted that it didn’t happen. Period. What’s more important than whether voter fraud is widespread is whether the party committing voter fraud flips the majority because of the fraud or whether the party maintains their majority because of the fraud.

Dan Wolgamott is running for re-election in HD-14B. The fact that he got elected in the first place is something of a miracle as he’s mostly a DFL tool. A digital ad running for Wolgamott says that he’ll fight to for us to keep our health care. (Because it’s a digital ad, I can’t embed it here.)

Be that as it may, I’m betting that most voters couldn’t care less about the issue. Higher on their priority list are whether the DFL will vote to strip Tim Walz of his Peacetime Emergency Powers. Another high priority for voters is opening up schools, followed by opening up restaurants. Thus far, Mr. Wolgamott has voted each time to keep Gov. Walz’s Peacetime Emergency Powers intact, which means he hasn’t had to vote on whether to open schools or restaurants.

That means that Wolgamott is a DFL shill. He represents Tim Walz, the DFL, Education Minnesota and HD-14B in that order. In fact, it’s questionable whether Wolgamott represents HD-14B. Proof of that is scarce.

UPDATE: Dan Wolgamott has blocked me, his constituent, on Twitter:

I did a search for Wolgamott’s Twitter ID using these search terms: dan wolgamott twitter That must be his legislative Twitter ID because a) I found another Twitter ID for him. That ID is @DanForMN and b) the Twitter ID that I’m blocked from seeing is @RepWolgamott.

This infuriates me more than a little. @RepWolgamott is Dan Wolgamott’s legislative ID. Why can’t I see my representative’s tweets that pertain to his work in the legislature? Is it because he’s also using his legislative Twitter ID for his campaign? If that’s happening, that’s illegal. Politicians can’t use government resources for their campaigns. (The first time I became aware of that was when then-Attorney General Mike Hatch used official Attorney General stationery to send out a fundraising appeal in 2006. That bright line still exists.)

This isn’t surprising. It’s just additional proof that Wolgamott is a tool for the DFL. One last thing on Wolgamott’s Twitter ID: when he ran for his current House seat in 2018, his campaign Twitter ID was @Wolgie. That Twitter ID is nowhere to be found.

Final question: what’s Wolgamott hiding?