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Weird Warfare Waged

Updated: Feb 7

HOORAY! Ding Dong... Romney's Relative is Deposed from the RNC! ? Not so fast...

The chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, has told former President Donald J. Trump she is planning to step down shortly after the South Carolina primary on Feb. 24, according to two people familiar with the plans.

Mr. Trump is then likely to promote the chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party, Michael Whatley, as her replacement, according to several people familiar with the discussions.

Ronna McDaniel on Wednesday denied reports she has agreed to step down as Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC).

According to The New York Times, Ronna McDaniel is set to resign from her position following the February 24th South Carolina GOP primary.

The NY Times report came after Trump met with Ronna McDaniel at Mar-a-Lago following his prediction of forthcoming “changes” within the RNC.

Following the meeting, Trump has announced plans to offer recommendations for the party’s growth after the upcoming South Carolina GOP primary.

NEW—Ronna McDaniel just sent out an email denying reports that she's agreed to step down, saying "rumors to the contrary are simply not true. Nothing has changed," and that nothing will be decided until "after South Carolina." An inside source tells me this is the RNC's attempt to slow things down because they've lost control of the process, ie who replaces Ronna, who will be co-chair, etc.

Theme song for Texas from Roy Rogers:

Hear it here! Very catchy!


"Over the next twelve months, more than $6 trillion in existing US government debt is set to mature… and will need to be paid back somehow.

So, to give you an example, back in 2014, the federal government issued $264 billion in 10-year Treasury notes.

Well, it’s now 2024, i.e. ten years later. Meaning that $264 billion worth of 10-year notes issued in 2014 will become due and payable this year.

In 2017, they issued $368.8 billion worth of 7-year notes. And those 7-year notes issued in 2017 are due and payable this year.

You get the idea. The point is that the total sum of Treasury Bonds, Notes, and Bills outstanding that will become due and payable this year exceeds $6 trillion.

So, in ADDITION to the $1 trillion in NEW debt that they’re forecasting just in the first six months of 2024, the Treasury Department is also going to have to pay back $6 trillion of existing debt.

Naturally the Treasury Department doesn’t have $6 trillion lying around to pay back its bondholders. So instead of paying anyone back, they just borrow new money to repay the old money.

Now, this doesn’t actually increase the national debt. If they borrow $6 trillion in new bonds, but then pay back $6 trillion in old bonds, the net change to the debt is ZERO.

So, what’s the problem?

The problem is that interest rates are MUCH higher than they were 2, 3, 5, 7, and 10 years ago when those old bonds were first issued.

In 2021, for example, the Treasury Department issued almost $1 trillion in 3-year bonds back when interest rates were nearly 0%.

But since those 3-year bonds from 2021 are due and payable this year, the Treasury Department will have to borrow new money at today’s interest rates… which are hovering around FOUR percent.

And higher interest rates mean that the government’s annual interest bill will soar." 

South Dakota Versus Digital Currency:

South Dakota Senate Passes Bill to Exclude CBDC from State Definition of Money By:  Mike Maharrey|Published on: Feb 2, 2024|Categories:  Federal Reserve, State Bills| PIERRE, S.D. (Feb 2, 2024) – On Thursday, the South Dakota Senate Senate passed a bill that would expressly exclude a central bank digital currency (CBDC) from the definition of money in the state, creating potentially significant roadblocks to its use as such in South Dakota.

At the request of the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation, the chair of the Committee on Commerce and Energy introduced Senate Bill 58 (SB58) on Jan. 9. The legislation would make numerous changes to the money transmission section of South Dakota’s Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).

The current money transmission section of the UCC code doesn’t define money. SB58 would define money as “a medium of exchange that is authorized or adopted by the United States or a foreign government. The term includes a monetary unit of account established by an intergovernmental organization or by agreement between two or more governments. Money does not include any central bank digital currency.”

On Feb. 1, the Senate passed SB58 by a 29-2 vote.

Similar legislation excluding CBDC from the definition of money has already been signed as law in Indiana and Florida.How such legislation would play out in practice against a CBDC, should the federal government attempt to implement one, is unknown.

Opponents of the legislation generally take the position that states can’t do anything to stop a CBDC, since – according to their view – under the supremacy clause “any federal law on this point will automatically override state law.”

We’ve heard this song and dance on other issues before.

In the ramp-up to the 1996 vote on Proposition 215 in California, voters were repeatedly told that legalization of marijuana, even for limited medical purposes, was a fruitless effort, since, under the supremacy clause, any such state law would be automatically overridden by the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 (CSA). At best, opponents told Californians, the state would end up in a costly, and losing court effort.

But despite those warnings, Californians voted yes, setting in motion the massive state-level movement we see today, where a growing majority of states have legalized what the federal government prohibits. Ultimately, the federal government will likely have to back down, even if just to save face, because it has become impossible to fully enforce its federal prohibition over this massive state and individual resistance.

A similar situation has played out in response to the REAL ID Act of 2005, already more than 17 years late on full implementation because a significant number of states have decided not to participate, or in some cases, just provide residents with a choice to opt out. There, federal officials have confirmed that state-level roadblocks to implementation are the primary reason for the continuing delays.

“Roadblock” is likely how this legislation to oppose a CBDC could play out, and it’s part of James Madison’s four-step blueprint for how states can stop federal programs. Passage would, as noted by one opponent of the legislation, put a CBDC “into the bucket of ‘general intangibles’” – rather than money, and wouldn’t ban its use completely.

But, as can be seen so far with issues like marijuana and the REAL ID Act, whether a federal program is implemented or not ultimately gets down to the number of roadblocks put up by states, and the willingness of the people to participate, or not.

And this: Global Warming an an excuse for digital currency

Every video the EU puts out looks like it fits into some dystopian movie like "V For Vendetta"

Head of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, announced a "breakthrough" method to combat pollution.

Her approach involves reducing banknote production to minimize the "carbon footprint"

US Government spending 84K per migrant

  • The taxpayer is spending $7,000 per illegal immigrant per month, totaling $84,000 a year, which is above the median income in the country.

  • The US government's spending on illegal immigrants is incentivizing people to come in and be dependent on the Democrat Party.

  • The Biden Administration is instructing law enforcement to facilitate illegal activities against the country, violating the Constitution.

  • Hotels are being taken over and paid by the government to house migrants, while veterans are left without housing.

  • Elon Musk criticizes the media for gaslighting and manipulating the narrative around the migrant crisis, highlighting the flagrant bias in reporting.

  • The crisis at the migrant centers is a humanitarian scale that most people can't even imagine.

Census Problem:

There is a Massive Mistake in the Census Bureau Every American Should Know About

In 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau came out and they admitted that during the most recent census, they miscounted the populations in 14 different states.


Notably, they undercounted the populations in six states, while simultaneously overcounting the populations in eight other states.

And when you dig into this specifics of their mistake, there are massive implications not only for this year's election, not only for the general makeup of Congress, not only for the next presidential race, but rather to our entire electoral system for the next 10 years.

Republican-leaning states have been shortchanged at least three congressional seats and Electoral College votes because their populations were undercounted in the 2020 census. 

Democrat-leaning states received at least one extra seat and vote because of census overcounts and kept at least two that they should have lost, according to an analysis of the Census Bureau’s post-census survey.

For comparison, no state saw a significant error in the 2000 and 2010 censuses.

The bureau acknowledged the errors but stated that there’s no way to correct them until the next census in 2030. 


Keshel Comment: 3 electoral votes, far too short of an estimate. GOP states are short at least 12-16 electoral votes collectively, swinging the Electoral College 24-32 votes toward Dems on account of population cheating - basically given them a free Florida. 

1.5 minute Ivory Hecker on the mysterious deaths of microbiologists.

mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Caused More Deaths Than Saved: Peer-Reviewed Study

The peer-reviewed study, published in the Cureus journal on Jan. 24, analyzed reports from the initial phase 3 trials of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. These trials led to the shots being approved under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) in the United States. The study also looked into several other research and reviews of the trials. It found that the vaccines had “dramatically lower” efficacy rates than the vaccine companies claimed.

Moreover, based on “conservative assumptions, the estimated harms of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines greatly outweigh the rewards: for every life saved, there were nearly 14 times more deaths caused by the modified mRNA injections.”

“Given the well-documented SAEs (serious adverse events) and unacceptable harm-to-reward ratio, we urge governments to endorse and enforce a global moratorium on these modified mRNA products until all relevant questions pertaining to causality, residual DNA, and aberrant protein production are answered.”

The authors also recommended an “immediate removal” of the COVID-19 vaccines from the childhood immunization schedule. They pointed out that children were at very low risk from the infection.

It is unethical and unconscionable to administer an experimental vaccine to a child who has a near-zero risk of dying from COVID-19 but a well-established 2.2 percent risk of permanent heart damage based on the best prospective data available.”

The analysis found that the excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest (AESI) among the placebo group was 10.1 per 10,000 individuals. However, the risk reduction for COVID-19 hospitalization in this group was only 2.3 per 10,000 people.

This meant that the subjects were at over four times the risk of suffering AESIs after getting vaccinated than they were of getting hospitalized from the infection. In the Moderna trial, subjects were more than two times at risk of experiencing AESI than being hospitalized.

“To put these findings in perspective, the official SAE rate for other vaccines is only 1-2 per million,” the Jan. 24 study said. The 2020 analysis’ “estimate based on the Pfizer trial data (1,250 SAEs per million) exceeds this benchmark by at least 600-fold.”

For Shame RFK Jr.:

BREAKING VIDEO: Top White House Cyber Official tells O’Keefe in Disguise “they can't say it publicly” the White House wants to replace Kamala Harris and Confirms President

@JoeBiden mental decline:

“Biden is definitely slowing down.” “I'm just telling you what I've heard… they’re really concerned about it” …“I think they need to get rid of him or her.” “But no one in modern history has ever said, like, ‘We're not going to renominate the president for a second term.’” Charlie Kraiger @CharlieKraiger, a Cybersecurity policy analyst and Foreign affairs Desk Officer in the Executive Office at the White House, tells O’Keefe “I had a meeting with Michelle Obama.

 …. Someone asked her, Will you ever run for office?’ And she said, ‘No’ Empathically.” She was like, ‘I've seen all this shit my husband has had to go through and that does not interest me.’ “

KamalaHarris hemorrhages black staff. She can't keep black staff. They quit on her en masse” “She will be the vice president nominee. There was a debate about removing her from the ticket, but sadly they didn’t, she's not popular, but you can’t remove the first black lady to be vice president from the Goddamn presidential ticket. Like what kind of message are you going to send to like African-American voters…People would be like, "What the fuck?” Like she's a woman and she's multiracial.” MORE... FULL STORY...

Honest reporting:

Washington Post:

A Hit on a Trump Associate?

The way this gunman jumped in the car, shot him and, ran away, sounds like there was a hit on him. "Gill was sitting in his parked car Monday afternoon when the suspected gunman, later identified as Artell Cunningham, 28, allegedly got in the car and shot him."

Makes sense:

Nothing is real to these people.

Last night at the 2024 Grammy Awards singer Olivia Rodrigo performed another satanic themed song to the delight of the crowd. 

Olivia started off by rubbing blood all over herself including her face while singing about a demon vampire sucking her blood. Then the walls started to bleed.

You can't tell anymore if it's a real press conference or a SNL sketch.

Speaking of Rabbit Holes:

This is Fun!

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