1. Canadian politicians reach levels of dishonesty formerly reserved for main stream news.
Rod Phillips used a fake Zoom background to pretend he was still in Ontario, when he was actually in St. Barts. What a pathological liar. You just can’t trust Rod Phillips. But really: if the finance minister was doing this, what other cabinet ministers were? @C_Mulroney? https://t.co/o0CMgokwYx
— Ezra Levant ? (@ezralevant) December 30, 2020
Spanish law enforcement arrested Mohamed Q, a Moroccan citizen on Christmas Day for trying to attack pedestrians in a central street in Castellón de la Plana with a large machete. In addition to Mohamed’s lengthy criminal record, including sexual abuse of minors, he is a close relative of a member of ISIS who previously lived in Castellón.
(Video at site)
3. Georgia today: How easy is it to change the voting data on Dominion machines?
American patriot @JovanHPulitzer showed today in Georgia how easy it is to remotely access and change the voting data on the Dominion machines. It’s time, folks 1776!#Jan6 #StopTheStealpic.twitter.com/QmGCQQx7f1
— Bruce Porter, Jr. (@NetworksManager) December 30, 2020
4. The Rebel effort to force out a hypocritical politician. Petition link here.
5. And 2021 is off to a fantastic start:
January 1st will be a dark day for human rights.
Electing the regimes of China, Russia and Cuba to the world's highest human rights body is like making Dracula in charge of the blood bank.
— Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) December 30, 2020
(“Dracula in charge of the blood bank”. Mixed feelings about that joke.)
Thank you all for your contributions today.