Fox News reported:
Louisiana Republican Rep.-elect Luke Letlow died of a heart attack after a procedure related to COVID-19, according to the chancellor of the hospital he was admitted to.
LSU Health Shreveport Chancellor G.E. Ghali told the Monroe News-Star that Letlow, 41, experienced the heart attack following a hospital procedure related to the virus.
“It’s devastating to our entire team,” Ghali told the outlet, adding that Letlow had no underlying conditions.
“It was just COVID,” the chancellor said.
‘It was just COVID’? No, it was a heart attack, which is a totally separate issue from the China virus. This is why all of these virus death numbers are suspect. Heart disease and heart attack deaths are very common in the US. Fox also reported:
Dawn Wells — the venerable actress who starred as the lively Mary Ann Summers in the iconic 1960s sitcom “Gilligan’s Island” — died Wednesday of causes related to the coronavirus, Fox News confirmed via her publicist. She was 82.
What are “causes related to the coronavirus”? Perhaps she really died of old age like so many alleged virus deaths. She had already lived longer than the average US lifespan.
These two cases alone demonstrate why Nikitas3.com has said dozens of times that we have no real idea how many virus deaths there have been and that the death numbers seem to be being severely exaggerated. See further down about senator Rubio’s blistering criticism of Dr. Fauci, who is another major problem in this crisis, whose public statements are totally unreliable.
Georgia Election Fraud Battle Heats Up
The Epoch Times reported:
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said he will object during the counting of the Electoral College vote process on Jan. 6, becoming the first senator to confirm they are joining an effort launched by more than a dozen House Republicans.
“I cannot vote to certify the electoral college results on Jan. 6 without raising the fact that some states, particularly Pennsylvania, failed to follow their own state election laws,” Hawley wrote in a statement on Monday. “And I cannot vote to certify without pointing out the unprecedented effort of mega-corporations, including Facebook and Twitter, to interfere in this election, in support of Joe Biden,” he added.
Hawley said that Congress should investigate voter fraud allegations and make sure that future elections are secure. According to the Missouri Republican, both chambers have failed to act in an appropriate manner.
“For these reasons,” Hawley continued, “I will follow the same practice Democrat members of Congress have in years past and object during the certification process on Jan. 6 to raise these critical issues.”
Hawley noted that Democrats objected during the 2004 and 2016 elections “in order to raise concerns” about election integrity. “They were praised by Democratic leadership and the media when they” objected, Hawley added, saying that they “were entitled to do so” and Republicans concerned about election integrity in the Nov. 3 election “are entitled to do the same.”
For the past several weeks, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) and other House GOP lawmakers have pledged to object to the counting of the Electoral College votes during the Joint Session of Congress. Their effort requires a senator and a House member that would trigger a series of debates before a vote on whether to certify a state’s Electoral College votes is held.
This is great news. Hawley is one of the true conservatives in Washington.
At the same time, Hillary Clinton is still complaining that the 2016 election was stolen from her yet she has not brought forth one single witness (the Trump team has produced dozens of them who have testified before state committees); Hillary did not hold one single hearing (the Trump team has had hearings in six states); she did not produce a single sworn affidavit (the Trump team has produced more than 1,000 of them); nor has she produced a detailed 270-page report on fraud (as attorney Sidney Powell has done for the Trump team just 7 weeks after the election).
Wikipedia reports about senator Hawley:
Joshua David Hawley (born December 31, 1979) is an American lawyer and politician serving as the junior U.S. Senator from Missouri. A member of the Republican Party, Hawley served as the 42nd Missouri Attorney General from 2017 to 2019, before defeating two-term Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill in the 2018 election. At age 40, he is the youngest current U.S. senator.
When Hawley beat McCaskill, that was a big deal. McCaskill is one of the most corrupt Democrats and president Trump campaigned personally for Hawley. Wikipedia continues:
Hawley holds degrees in history and law from Stanford University and Yale Law School, respectively. Before becoming Attorney General of Missouri, he was an associate professor at the University of Missouri Law School and worked as an appellate litigator.
Senator Hawley is very smart. He will be president someday. He is only 41 years old. Now here is a report from The Gateway Pundit about the November 3 election:
Members of Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to study Georgia’s Election Laws, and the numerous voting irregularities in the 2020 presidential election.
The hearing comes after a Senate subcommittee held a hearing last week at the capitol to discuss perceived voting irregularities in November’s presidential election.
During the hearing witness Jovan Pulitzer was invited to testify on the irregularities in the November 3rd election.
Jovan Pulitzer is a brilliant inventor and author best known for creating and patenting CRQ and has founded companies that included seed investment rounds ranging from $1.6m to over $250m.
On Tuesday Jovan Pulitzer revealed the differences between votes printed for Democrat counties versus Republican counties.
The votes from two different counties are printed differently.
This caused GOP votes to get kicked out by the Dominion machines.
Alert: As if this is not disturbing enough, Pulitzer testified that his team had connected up through the internet to the Georgia Dominion voting machines. This is not supposed to be possible. And voting for the Georgia US Senate races was going on as Pulitzer was speaking. This proves that any nefarious actor could influence the votes in the machines.
The Dominion CEO John Poulos testified on December 15 that this connection is not possible. If Pulitzer is telling the truth, then Poulos lied. And Nikitas3.com could trust Pulitzer a millions times more than Poulos.
Pulitzer also said that he can look at the paper ballots and determine if a ballot is fraudulent.
Good. Let him look. Let’s get the truth. But Democrats are fighting every step of the way against any efforts to inspect the ballots and voting machines and for good reason. Because there are actual spread sheets of suspicious vote totals and videos of illegal behaviors among Georgia ballot counters feeding ballots multiple times through the counting machines.
Alert: The Epoch Times reported:
Georgia Senate’s Election Law Study Subcommittee unanimously passed a motion during a Dec. 30 hearing to request an audit of absentee ballots in Fulton County.
The senators are asking the state’s largest county to make the ballots “available for inspection” through a method outlined during the hearing by digital ID systems inventor Jovan Pulitzer.
Pulitzer suggested all absentee ballots in the state of Georgia be forensically examined and fraudulent ones identified in just a matter of hours. He called on state officials to allow the examination.
Officials in the Georgia Secretary of State’s office didn’t immediately respond to requests by The Epoch Times for comment on the subcommittee motion.
“Fulton County did not participate in today’s hearing,” county spokeswoman Jessica Corbitt-Dominguez said in an email to The Epoch Times. “We will continue to collaborate with the Secretary of State and General Assembly as we execute elections in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.”
Georgia is one of the states where election results are being contested by the campaign of President Donald Trump and others. The current count in the state shows former Vice President Joe Biden ahead by some 12,000 votes.
The brunt of the fraud allegations has been aimed at the heavily Democratic Fulton County, which includes Atlanta.
Great. We need a Department of Justice investigation of election fraud in Georgia and in the other five ‘swing’ states that Biden won under totally suspicious circumstances.
Meanwhile, during committee testimony, one poll worker said that Georgia ballot counters were instructed not to look at signatures on the ballots. This would be against the law. The signatures must be matched for mail-in ballots. The potential for fraud on these ballots shows why most European countries ban mail-in ballots.
During his testimony, Rudy Giuliani (fully recovered from the virus at age 74) said that he could prove fraud if he is allowed to do so. He should be allowed to conduct a full audit of the ballots and voting machines but Democrats are fighting him every step of the way because they know that he will find their fraud.
Where is the FBI in all of this? It is nowhere. They are in on the steal. This FBI is massively corrupt. It is controlled by Democrats in the Deep State.
At the same time, The Gateway Pundit reported:
Coffee County (Georgia officials) sent out a letter in early December to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. County officials told Raffensperger they were not able to duplicate the election night results on their Dominion voting machines.
Since they couldn’t duplicate their numbers with the fancy new voting machines they went with their original numbers.
On Wednesday morning (December 30) a Coffee County official spoke before Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections. The woman told the subcommittee that when their county complained to Secretary of State Raffensperger about the voting machines and the discounts Secretary Raffensperger sent armed Secretary of State officials with handcuffs and two Dominion operators to the county.
She said Raffensperger was intentionally threatening the county officials.
Shocking. Another Georgia witness testified that the usual poll workers at her neighborhood polling place were not present last November, which seemed very strange to her.
Another witness named Susie Voyles, a 20-year poll worker, said that she saw 107 ballots with all of the exact same candidates checked on every one. The ballots were all for Biden.
Voyles was terminated from her job as a poll worker.
Rubio Slams Faker Fauci
Republican US senator Marco Rubio of Florida lit into Dr. Faker Fauci in a way that we usually do not see in public discourse. Fauci has lost the trust of a clear majority of Americans. Here is what Rubio wrote:
Thanks to our news media’s monomaniacal obsession with President Trump, few have paid attention to an important interview that Dr. Anthony Fauci gave last week, in which he acknowledged that he selectively lied to the American public about the coronavirus and what was needed for our national recovery.
The story is straightforward. For most of this year, Dr. Fauci and other scientists in our public health establishment have been telling Americans that about 60 to 70 percent of the nation would need a vaccine in order for us to reach herd immunity and make the coronavirus a non-issue.
But, speaking with The New York Times, Dr. Fauci admitted that he believes the real number is in fact significantly higher — perhaps 75 to 90 percent — and he declined to be forthright because he felt the country wasn’t ready to hear it. Only now did he say that he feels he has the freedom to “nudge this up a bit” without discouraging the nation.
I am sure that Dr. Fauci — the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — made the decision to mislead with nothing but good intentions. However, let’s be clear about what he was doing: lying to the American people in order to manipulate their behavior.
The American people deserve the truth; they also deserve accountability. When elected representatives make decisions, they can be held responsible by the public. But when public health officials with decades of experience and leadership within our nation’s institutions short-circuit the political process and make these decisions themselves, they deny the American people that same opportunity — and to change course if desired.
After all, accountability is a central tenet of representative government. It’s the best way to ensure that the vision of what is being enforced by decision-makers matches the values of the population who have elected them.
Over the past year, difficult choices have had to be made: How do we allocate scarce personal protective equipment? Is it safe to play a high school football game? How should we prioritize vaccine distribution?
They’re not easy questions, but people should be trusted to make these decisions for themselves armed with facts honestly presented by public officials. And when it comes time to make decisions as a community, elected officials at every level of government must lead.
Passing the buck to unelected technocrats avoids accountability and means falling back on two fallacies: first, that science gives us a straightforward playbook for answering questions facing decision-makers; and, second, that those technocrats are the only legitimate interpreters of the facts.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has made clear, things are never so clear-cut. For example, early on in the pandemic, there was a question of whether wearing a mask could be an effective tool to stop the spread.
In March, Dr. Fauci said “there’s no reason to be walking around with a mask” and cautioned that “there are unintended consequences” with wearing them. That guidance was confounding at the time, and it quickly became politicized.
But some of the first people to make decisions not based on science were the scientists who, as Dr. Fauci admitted this past June, initially decided not to recommend masks to the general public because they were supposedly “concerned that it was at a time when personal protective equipment, including the N95 masks and the surgical masks, were in very short supply.”
The point here is not to stop trusting public health guidelines. Beating the coronavirus will mean coming together as a nation and continuing to make sacrifices to reduce its spread, as more and more Americans get vaccinated thanks to the Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed.
But it does mean that placing blind faith in unelected celebrity scientists — elevated by a media that award Emmys to negligent politicians with their own grisly records — has its limits, and we must not be afraid to call them out when they’re caught overstepping their legitimate authority.
I do not question Dr. Fauci’s motives — I trust they are noble — but I am appalled by his arrogance. If he wants to lead the nation, he should run for office. Otherwise, he should give us an honest and transparent reading of the science, not polling data, and let the rest of us —policymakers and the American people who have elected them — do our jobs.
Big Trump Victory on 5G
Here is yet another Trump foreign policy victory, this time in the area of advanced 5G communications. If president Trump had not acted, these nations all might have adopted Chinese 5G, which would have had built-in hacks for China to control the systems:
The Trump administration scored a victory against the regime in China this year through its “Clean Network” campaign that booted (Chinese communications firm) Huawei Technologies Co. out of critical telecommunications infrastructure in many countries.
The effort, while not well-publicized, secured an array of commitments from governments to exclude untrusted vendors from their fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks. As of this month, more than 50 nations, representing over two-thirds of the world’s economy, and 180 telecom companies had joined the “Clean Network” initiative led by the U.S. government.
The alliance includes 26 of the 27 EU member states, as well as technologically advanced countries such as Japan, Israel, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, Canada, New Zealand, and India.
This triumph for the U.S. government seemed unthinkable at the beginning of this year, as the Chinese telecom giant, a dominant player in the global 5G market, seemed unbeatable.
For years, the United States had sought to convince its allies to shun Chinese vendors such as Huawei and ZTE on national security grounds, and the Trump administration had warned about the risks of reliance on Chinese technologies, which were deeply embedded in the next generation of global telecommunications. But those efforts had failed to check Huawei.
In February, Huawei announced that it had 91 commercial 5G contracts outside of China, with 47 of the contracts in Europe and 20 in Asia. In January, for example, the UK declared that it would allow Huawei to supply 5G equipment, sparking tensions between London and Washington.