Twas the night before midterms and throughout the US, all the leftists were cheating and and lying in the press

1. Report: Twitter Deleting Accounts at Request of Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Twitter has reportedly deleted as many as 10,000 accounts at the request of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, a party group that supports Democrats running for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Social media platform Twitter recently told Reuters in a statement: “We took action on relevant accounts and activity on Twitter,” following the removal of over 10,000 Twitter accounts in September and October. The removal of the accounts is reportedly due to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) a party group that works to help Democrats running for the U.S. House of Representatives.


The DCCC reportedly began working to have social media websites crack down on certain accounts following the spread of “misinformation” about Hillary Clinton and other Democratic candidates during the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. Reuters notes that misinformation campaigns running up to the November 6 midterm elections have not been particularly common, Democrats are hoping that their efforts to crack down on social media will help if there is a large amount of social media activity during the final days before the election.

2. Georgia Dem Gubernatorial Candidate: Blue Wave Will Be ‘Comprised Of Documented & Undocumented’

3. Trump Rips Dems After Kavanaugh Accuser Admits To Making False Rape Claim

President Trump blasted one of Brett Kavanaugh’s “Jane Doe” accusers at a Montana campaign rally on Saturday, saying “she made up the lie” as he derided the accusation as “fake.”


Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, had requested an investigation of the accuser, Judy Munro-Leighton, who anonymously claimed that Kavanaugh forced her to perform oral sex on him. Committee investigators found that the woman had “fabricated” her accusation, according to a letter from Grassley to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Munro-Leighton was interviewed by investigators on Thursday in which she “admitted, contrary to her prior claims, that she had not been sexually assaulted by Judge Kavanaugh and was not the author of the original ‘Jane Doe’ letter,'” Grassley’s office said.

4. UW Issues Voting ID Card To Non-Citizen

MADISON, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin Madison is making a big GOTV push this year. In addition to hosting three early voting sites, they’re putting extra resources into providing students with the documentation they need to register and vote – all students.


The two key documents are proof of residence and a photo ID. The university is making it as easy as possible to get these documents.

All students can print off a “Voter Eligibility Verification Letter” simply by going to their online university account. The process is automatic and instant.


For the state’s voter ID requirement, student ID cards don’t count, because they don’t have an expiration date. And so, any student can go to the union, present their student ID, and get a special student voter ID card.

5. Georgia Democratic Party under investigation for electoral fraud.

6. Soros and Mastercard


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20 Replies to “Twas the night before midterms and throughout the US, all the leftists were cheating and and lying in the press”

  1. There is a large portion of Jewish exposition on the subject of honest measurement, specifically when weighing items for sale, but the idea can extend to any measured quantity. I bring this up because the history of slanting a measure apparently goes back long enough in time that the commentaries reject specific known methods. The Judaeo-Christian ethos has been to vote on the side of honesty. Dishonest weights/counts are an attempt to circumvent God and nature with the thrill of temporary material reward.

    • Very good stuff. This was especially apt for this moment:

      “Have we remained hopeful that the best days of our lives are ahead of us? Have we fallen into despair, perhaps the most difficult of mental states? …Do we support each other to resist despair?

      “In these difficult times can we look back and realize that we have endured despite enormous challenges of 1939, only 75 years ago, in less than five years that followed 50 million people were murders, slaughtered in many horrific ways. We emerged to rebuild ourselves. Forces of evil always exist – to give into despair is to grant them victory.…

      “The psychologist, Victor Frankel, himself a survivor of Auschwitz, studied those who survived and those who did not. “The last, and greatest human freedom,” he writes, “is the freedom to choose your attitude.”

      • “The last, and greatest human freedom,” he writes, “is the freedom to choose your attitude.”

        The last. The greatest.

        Not, “Allah is Greater,” (to denounce all Gods, even though Christians have been convinced that all Gods Are equal); and not
        “Diversity is Greater,” (to denounce Whites, even though Socialists have been convinced that all outcomes are equal).

        The first. And greatest. Is to chose your attitude so this never happens.

        It’s too late when you are nailed to the cross and expext the Americans to save you.

        The last thing going through your head should not be the windshield.

  2. New York Post – Trump optimistic as polls predict ‘blue wave’ in midterm elections

    The blue wave is going to hit with a vengeance in Tuesday’s midterm elections, according to pollsters who say Democrats should easily capture the 23 seats they need to regain control of the House.

    But an upbeat President Trump predicted victory in the Senate — where pollsters say the GOP has a good chance to maintain or widen its majority — and even the House.

    “There is a great electricity in the air like we haven’t seen, in my opinion, since the ’16 election,” Trump told reporters before leaving for a rally in Cleveland.

    “So, something’s happening .?.?. I think we’re going to do very well in the House. I have never seen the energy that we have, the energy that this whole party has now, it’s really incredible.”

    Whatever the outcome, Trump made it clear these midterm elections are about him.

    “In a sense, I am on the ticket,” he said at the rally.

    Earlier, in a telephone town hall, the president urged supporters to get out and vote because “the press is very much considering it a referendum on me and us as a movement.”

    Every major poll said Trump is wrong about the Republicans maintaining control of the House.

    The political website ­FiveThirtyEight calculated that Democrats had an 87.5 percent chance of winning it back.

    Similarly, The Cook Political Report said Republicans had a tougher road to maintaining their majority.

    “We rate 75 races as competitive, including 70 GOP-held seats and just five held by Democrats. A ‘Red Exodus’ is contributing to the potential ‘Blue Wave.’ Of Republicans’ 41 open seats, 15 are rated as toss-ups or worse, and another five only lean Republican,” according to the website.

    Sabato’s Crystal Ball, a website run by University of Virginia Center for Politics Director Larry Sabato, predicted that Democrats would easily pick up the necessary 23 seats.

    But it also cautioned that anything was possible with the country so deeply divided and memories of Trump’s upset win in 2016 still fresh in mind.

    Most polls predicted similar results, with a CNN generic ballot survey showing Democrats ahead of Republicans by 55 percent to 42 percent, and the RealClearPolitics average of generic polls showing Democrats leading with 49.7 percent compared with 42.4 percent for Republicans.

    But the final Politico/Morning Consult poll prior to the midterms was an outlier, showing Republicans cutting into Democrats’ lead on the generic congressional ballot.

    According to that poll, 43 percent of registered voters would vote for the Democratic congressional candidate in their district — only slightly more than the 40 percent who would vote for the Republican candidate.

    Meanwhile, political donors who identify themselves as “retired” gave 52 percent of the $326 million they contributed through Oct. 17 to Democrats, compared with 48 percent to Republicans, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.

    That’s an about-face from four years ago — and a midterm record.

    At the Cleveland rally, Trump accused Democrats of “inviting caravan after caravan of illegal aliens to flood into our country and overwhelm your communities,” and attacked the media and Hillary Clinton, prompting the usual “Lock Her Up!” chant from his fervent fans.

    He also claimed that work had begun on his long-promised border wall, sparking “Build the Wall” chants, and declared that Democrats would destroy health care.

    They will “take away your health care. You can forget it. You’re gonna live in a socialist world,” he predicted, adding that he would fix it.

    “We’re going to be the ones that solve the health care,” the president said.

    He was less combative in an interview with Sinclair Broadcasting — even to the point of conceding that perhaps he should tone down his rhetoric.

    “I would like to have a much softer tone. I feel, to a certain extent, I have no choice. But maybe I do. And maybe I could’ve been softer from that standpoint,” he said.

    “I would love to get along, and I think after the election, a lot of things can happen. But right now, they [the Democrats] are in their mode, and we are in our mode.

    “And you know if you’re criticized, you have to hit back, or you should.”

    • PTrump embodies Norman Vincent Peale’s message: the Power of Positive Thinking.
      He’s got the energy of an optimist: the optimal is always possible, the perfect never. So go forth, work with confidence born of hope. Things’ll be okay.

      You can’t always get what you want,
      But if you try sometimes, you’ll get what you need.

      • I don’t think the Blue Wave will happen, the Repubs will gain in the Senate and will hold the house and may gain a couple of seats. The Pollsters are over polling young people in the Dems areas and adult Dems, they think they can ignore the Trump effect and things will go back to normal.

    • You are right, the Dems control too much and think violence is a winning tactic so no matter which side wins the Dems will find an excuse to escalate the violence. Once it starts in one nation it will spread to all Western Nations. I have been watching the war develop since 1992 and we have thrown away about a dozen chances to prevent the war, we have let the enemies of civilization (both internal and external) gain too much power. These enemies have been setting the pace towards this war and think they have enough power to win the wars. They don’t have anything close to that much power but they refuse to understand this fact, they believe their own propaganda and that is always the biggest mistake that anyone movement can make.

      The outcome of the election is to determine who will control the police and military in the US during the war.

      • And whoever controls the police and military will win but some militaries like Egypt don’t support their leader. I think ours will support Trump. I think the upcoming generation is our biggest concern.

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