The Raw Deal with James Fetzer: The Communist Takeover of America

Today: SERVERS DOWN/MY GUEST WAS BRILLIANT My producer, Mitchell, notified me of a problem with the servers just as my guest and I made contact. We had a very spirited discussion for an hour, where Ed laid out how the nation has been enveloped by a classic communist/Bolshevik revolution, where the future of the nation is grim should Trump be unable to deal with it successfully. So I wanted to share it with as wide an audience as possible. (Audio taken from this BitChute video)

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Guest Editorial

By Michael White Jr.

For the ones that still embrace this empire let me give you a recap of the last 5 years that shows what this empire thinks of us.

It started right here [South Carolina] when they removed the Confederate flag from the statehouse grounds in Columbia but it didn’t stop there.

All across the South they have been removing and in some cases destroying our Monuments and Statues. They even went as far as to dig Nathan Bedford Forest’s grave up but that was not good enough.

They are renaming everything named for our Confederate heroes, schools, roads and last but not least they are changing the name of military bases named after honorable Confederate military leaders.

I don’t know about you but i can’t embrace an empire that insults my ancestors.

Only through a free South can we restore the honor of our ancestors and bring us back to our glory.

Deo Vindice.

The Past Always Repeats Itself: Election Judge Found Guilty for Not Properly Certifying Election Returns

Election Fraud, St. Louis, Missouri, 1868Election Fraud, St. Louis, Missouri, 1868 Wed, Jun 17, 1868 – 3 · Daily Missouri Republican (St. Louis, Missouri) ·

Today “Stop the Steal” protestors converged on Washington, D.C. in anticipation of the main rally tomorrow. Tomorrow is also the day in which members of the House of Representatives and the Senate plan to object to the certification of votes made by electors in states that experienced instances of election fraud.

Proper certification of election returns isn’t a new problem, it certainly wasn’t in St. Louis , Missouri. The June 17,1868 Daily Missouri Republican reported that Samuel J. Handy an election judge for the Fifth Ward tried to pull off a “fast one” by trying to convince local authorities that he did not receive any returns in the race for Street Railroad Commissioner for the Western Precinct of the Fifth Ward. The Defense tried to convince the judge that there was no criminal intent but the judge didn’t buy it and fined Handy $100 plus court costs.