How Zuckerberg Helped Steal Wisconsin

2021 March 11
by bc3b

Time Magazine recently carried a feature article by Mary Ball (featured in a thread on BJG) about how a cabal of leftists (Democrats, elitist millionaires and billionaires, corporate biggies and the media) worked together to defeat Donald Trump. The article was very open and factual, almost in a bragging sort of way. It helped illustrate how bold the left has become: yes, we’re going to steal elections and there is nothing you can do about it.

Who is going to stop us? Surely not cowardly RINOs like Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, Adam Kinzinger, “Little Ben” sASSe or Faux Noose. In fact, they will side with the left, labeling anyone who questions the integrity of elections as “nutty conspiracy theorists,” unlike the leftists who spent four years unsuccessfully trying to tie Russia to the 2016 elections.

American Greatness documents who a group funded by Mark Zuckerberg helped steal the election in major cities in the swing-state of Wisconsin. In Green Bay, one of the group’s leaders actually had keys to the area where absentee ballots were (supposedly) securely stored.

The Wisconsin House of Representatives on Wednesday held a hearing to review election irregularities after newly revealed documents obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight revealed that Democrat activists, funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, were able to infiltrate the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin’s five largest cities.

In Green Bay, a Democrat activist was actually given keys to the room where absentee ballots were stored before the 2020 presidential election.

The city received a total of $1.6 million in grant funding from the Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life, according to Wisconsin Spotlight. A Democrat operative from New York named Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein became a “grant mentor.”

Spitzer-Rubenstein was the Wisconsin head of the left-wing National Vote at Home Institute, and has worked for several Democrat Party candidates.  The Democrat mayor’s office gave the liberal activist access to Green Bay’s absentee ballots just days before the election.

The Wisconsin Spotlight’s report has prompted several Wisconsin lawmakers to call for the resignation of Green Bay’s mayor, and for an investigation into the city’s handling of the November presidential election.

According to the report, the emails show that Green Bay’s “highly partisan” Democrat Mayor Eric Genrich and his staff usurped city Clerk Kris Teske’s authority and let the Zuckerberg-funded “grant team” take over in “a clear violation of Wisconsin election statutes.”

And the liberal groups were improperly insinuating themselves into the election system and coordinating with what became known as the “Wisconsin 5,” the state’s five largest communities that split more than $6 million in Zuckerberg money.

The agreement Green Bay and the other members of the “Wisconsin 5” signed “was all about getting the money with conditions, and inviting private corporations [left-wing election groups] to get the election administration they wanted,”  Erick G. Kaardal, Special Counsel for the Thomas More Society, stated during the hearing, Wednesday.

Spitzer-Rubenstein, according to Wisconsin Spotlight, was allowed to essentially become “the de facto city elections chief.”

“If the city clerk doesn’t run them there’s no transparency in the elections,”  Kaardal testified.

The documents show that Green Bay City Clerk Kris Teske initially resisted Spitzer-Rubenstein’s efforts to correct or “cure” absentee ballots returned to her office, but eventually, amidst an intense pressure campaign, gave up.

“Can we help with curing absentee ballots that are missing a signature or witness signature address?”  Spitzer-Rubenstein wrote to Teske in an Oct. 7 email.

“While the Wisconsin Elections Commission permitted clerks to fix absentee ballot errors or omissions, it didn’t say former Democratic Party operatives could ‘help,’” the Wisconsin Spotlight pointed out. “The city clerk declined Spitzer-Rubenstein’s offer.”

The Democrat mayor’s office then began to pressure and bully staffers in the Clerks Office, reducing them to tears and leading several of them to seek new jobs.

“The grant mentors would like to meet with you to discuss, further, the ballot curing process. Please let them know when you’re available,” Celestine Jeffreys, Genrich’s chief of staff, wrote to Teske.

Don’t dare speak out or Willard will hit you with his purse.

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Hat Tip: American Greatness

73 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 March 11 1:14 pm
    Eph permalink

    These pieces need to be reposted anywhere and everywhere possible.

  2. 2021 March 11 1:37 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  3. 2021 March 11 1:59 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    wow, 2, that’s amazing. I might be a bit spooked and superstitious if it happened to me though.

  4. 2021 March 11 2:00 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Eph, agree. I’ve seen it at a few places already so the conservative side knows.
    RINOs will ignore.

    Having PDJT set up a separate fund raising arm will hopefully start the boulder rolling downhill.

  5. 2021 March 11 2:04 pm
    bc3b permalink

    In a saner era, the ultra-rich (Carnegie, Rockefeller, Ford, etc.) donated much of their fortune toward charitable activities (hospitals, libraries, parks, etc.).

    Today, the ultra-rich seem to be focused on determining the outcome of elections. Until someone like Spitzer-Rubenstein is sentenced to some serious prison time, voter fraud will continue to grow and fester.

  6. 2021 March 11 2:04 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    btw this CAN stock that I mentioned yesterday.

    ok, so BTC goes up 500 dollars overnight. not much change.

    CAN freaks out again and goes up bolts up 30% again overnight. Like i said these BTC miners are like bitcoin on methamphetamine (they go down that fast as well though)

  7. 2021 March 11 2:08 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Stocks really like Lagarde’s plan!

  8. 2021 March 11 2:28 pm
    Eph permalink


    Tip my hat to you bro.

    I bought 500 CAN a few days ago.

  9. 2021 March 11 2:29 pm
    Eph permalink

    6 .

    Trust me, I have a stop loss.

  10. 2021 March 11 2:31 pm
    Eph permalink

    4 Jim

    Post everyday for the next 4 years.

    A different state every time

  11. 2021 March 11 2:32 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I don’t use stop losses because I don’t like being pushed out. I just make sure the position is not too large to stomach a loss on.

  12. 2021 March 11 2:37 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    This is why you don’t by altcoins unless it’s a short term buy

    one ring to rule them all

  13. 2021 March 11 2:43 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I’ve been riding a SPAC called mountain pass this year as well. These SPAC’s are the frothiest of the tech world in most cases. profitless companies that claim to have plans to make huge money 10 years from now most of which will probably go belly up.

    But MP is a bit of a unique SPAC that deals with rare earths essentially a commodities company that is benefitting from the US’s plan to decouple from China who is our provider of rare earth’s currently.

    It’s up big today +10%, but if you see it on a down day consider it if you want something more…normal.

  14. 2021 March 11 4:00 pm
    bc3b permalink

    My wife and daughter work at an elementary school so they got moved to the front of the COVID-19 vaccine line. My daughter received her second shot a couple of weeks ago with nothing worse than a sore arm. My wife got her second shot Saturday and didn’t feel well after it. By Sunday evening her temperature was 104 and she missed two days of school. She seems to have recovered, but it was scary for a day or two.

  15. 2021 March 11 4:38 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Yeah, 104 degrees is HOT for an adult. I guess some babies can hit that and still be OK.

    For the record, bc, you were right and I was wrong.
    I logged onto BJG just now and did not see this thread. After I logged in and refreshed, the thread was visible. Previously, I hadn’t noticed any “missing threads”, just “missing comments” when I was not logged in.
    A weird behavior.

  16. 2021 March 11 4:43 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    oral temps are usually 1/2 to 1 degree too low as well.

  17. 2021 March 11 4:48 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    If inflation hits 3% in q2, which I think it will, we could have about a 3% 10 year note.

    We already saw what small rise 1.50 and 1.60 in the 10 year did to the nasdaq this last couple months before things settled down.

  18. 2021 March 11 4:59 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    We now have 5.4% GDP growth target average for 2021.

    This will be the highest level of growth in 37 years (since 1984.) However most of this growth will be in Q2 and to a lessor extend Q1. This is why I do like equities right now as long as one can avoid this stuff that has become super rate sensitive (tech)

    The outliers have claimed as high as 7% and even 9% forecasts GDP growth.

    The US has vaccinated far more than Europe or Japan as well.

    Biden is fixing to add to all this. More spending on infrastructure and whatever else his aides have planned (we know all he can do is play with the dogs)

    We have far higher interest rates than the rest of the world so the dollar should be shooting up in response to this, but it’s not. While it’s not going down at the moment…it’s also not really rising. This shows just how strong some of the counter winds we have towards a weaker dollar.

  19. 2021 March 11 5:16 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Jpow is scared of the yield curve control imo. Japan did YCC 30 years ago and ongoing. it destroyed their banking sector down 90% since and their bond market is dysfunctional.

    Australia is the second country that has done YCC in the past year. They have short term at 0.1, and they did YCC by setting the 3 year at 0.1% as well. There 4 year exploded as soon as they did it up to 0.6% and their 5 year is near 1%. So they have a hockey stick shaped yield curve if you can imagine this thing now. They couldn’t get the 3 year to their target 0.1% so they just stopped lending their bonds to shorts entirely to the 1 year.

    All of this has been a disaster.

    This is why I keep thinking that Jpow is not going to just bail everyone out if we get a rate rise to say 3%.

  20. 2021 March 11 5:17 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “We have far higher interest rates than the rest of the world so the dollar should be shooting up in response to this, but it’s not. While it’s not going down at the moment…it’s also not really rising. This shows just how strong some of the counter winds we have towards a weaker dollar.”

    We are very close to that the tipping point that the inbound tax receipts do not cover just the Interest on the Fed debt. There is a word for that — Insolvency. In a saner world your banker would be calling in your loans.

  21. 2021 March 11 5:22 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    If anyone needs an example of what higher rates can do to tech…

    Nasdaq 5500 to 1100 in the year 2000.

    Utterly none brushing.

    Amazon fell from 96 dollars per share to 6 dollars per share.

  22. 2021 March 11 5:25 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I REALLY like Cathie Wood’s arkF fund, which is her fintech ETF. All these banks are eventually going to get destroyed, but as the year 2000 proves you can be correct and still go broke being correct.

    Amazon went from 96 to 6 over the two year correction…..then it went from 6 to 3000. crazy how that works

  23. 2021 March 11 5:29 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    “We are very close to that the tipping point that the inbound tax receipts do not cover just the Interest on the Fed debt. There is a word for that — Insolvency. In a saner world your banker would be calling in your loans.”

    Ya, I mean they could just roll it all over on a 1 year basis at zero percent rate though. Then Sam would just be the largest subprime borrower in history. Of course, the entire national debt would have to be rolled over a yearly basis though.

    Would have to think more on the consequences of such a thing.

  24. 2021 March 11 5:33 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Yes. Presuming that there are any buyers at that rate. If there are not any well that kinda cooks the goose.

  25. 2021 March 11 5:33 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Still a bit surprised how strongly tech reacted to that small rise over the past couple months. Like a shot of vodka…damn I’m awake now watching this thing.

  26. 2021 March 11 5:45 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Jpow can buy the treasuries. lol

  27. 2021 March 11 6:30 pm
    JBoz permalink

    BJGers – I’ve been talking about getting the hell out of the Peoples Republic of Chicago for years. Finally doing it. Bought a place in Tennessee yesterday. Goodbye high taxes, arctic winters, and corrupt politicians. Only thing I love about this city is the Cubs, but I can stream games anywhere.

  28. 2021 March 11 7:59 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Congrats, JBoz!
    Will the IL tax police be following you to TN?
    My pro-Trump neighbor is selling his house here in CA and heading east. He might settle in TN or go as far as NC where he has an adult daughter or two.

    My wife and her posse are busily investigating TX. Two houses purchased that I know of so far.
    And reports of “no inventory”, houses going steeply up in value, housing developments which only guarantee prices for that day.
    Both the houses bought were rented out immediately. Either there are a lot outsiders coming in to TX needing a place to live, or some Texans are dislocated due to frozen pipes, etc.

  29. 2021 March 11 8:02 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Saw this. Didn’t watch and haven’t read any reports just this guy’s comments in a blog.

    “Biden*’s speech stunk. Very repetitious. Who knew there is a war on Asians going on in America? Who knew Biden’s brilliance alone will defeat this virus? Who knew the poor are now lifted into wealth? Who knew we have become a suburb of China? Absolutely mind blowing!”

    Another comment in the same blog quotes Posobiec. Nice!
    Jack Posobiec
    BREAKING: Chauvin’s lawyers have tracked down the pro-BLM social media posts of potential jurors and are reading them back to them on the stand.

  30. 2021 March 11 8:08 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Finally, another commenter makes a prediction. I’m still thinking it’s a long shot.

    “They’re gonna indict Trump. This is the second thing I saw like this today, the last from 91-year-old John Dean. That’s why they still have the razor wire up.”

  31. 2021 March 11 8:10 pm

    ” Goodbye high taxes, arctic winters, and corrupt politicians.”

    Well.. two out of the three anyway.

  32. 2021 March 11 8:11 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    OK, a few memes sent by a friend.

  33. 2021 March 11 8:11 pm

    30 – I forgot that was today… not that I would have watched anyway had I remembered. 😉

  34. 2021 March 11 8:12 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  35. 2021 March 11 8:13 pm
    mpt permalink

    Bought a place in Tennessee yesterday.

    Congratulations… Good luck on the move.

  36. 2021 March 11 8:13 pm
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal # 30 –

    While the media refuses to cover it, the perps most frequently attacking Asians are usually bl^cks. When it comes to education (scholarships, etc.) Asians cease being “persons of color” to the left.

  37. 2021 March 11 8:16 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  38. 2021 March 11 8:17 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Yeah, the Dems will make big efforts to keep all the “minorities” on the plantation.
    Even Asians who they’re screwing over re college admissions for their kids and high taxes for those that have worked up to well-paying jobs.

  39. 2021 March 11 10:26 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    This is some crazy stuff.

    Can’t say I’m surprised though.

  40. 2021 March 11 10:33 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Mom slams woke high school for failing her biracial son ‘because he refused to confess his white dominance’

    A NEVADA mom is suing her son’s school for failing her biracial senior after he refused to “confess his white dominance” in a class intended to teach students about internalized oppression.

  41. 2021 March 11 10:37 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Don Lemon erupts on Sen. Tim Scott for comparing ‘woke supremacy’ to white supremacy

    this stuff is so crazy lol

  42. 2021 March 12 5:58 am
    justrand permalink

    First, congrats to Jboz on his pending escape. Of course, Governor Tarkin and Darth Vader only want you to THINK you’ve escaped…they’re going to have the Death Star follow you.

    Second, we are heading back towards “civilization ” today, so access to the Internet will improve. Try to keep what’s left of our Republic intact for now. 🙂

  43. 2021 March 12 6:49 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Italy, yes Italy, will lockdown for Easter.
    Does the Pope approve?

  44. 2021 March 12 7:06 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    44, great headline, sassy text.
    We’re a bit past the stage of “expressing outrage” and crafting “clever phrases ” though, I would think.

  45. 2021 March 12 7:38 am

    44 – one fraud finally hops on anti-fraud train late.

  46. 2021 March 12 10:04 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Commenter “Rufus” at TheNewNeo on biden*’s speech.

    “Biden’s speech was awful.
    He looked frail on the long walk to the podium. He wore a mask on his walk to the podium, even though there were no other humans visible, yet, when he walked out he didn’t put it back on even though he was met by other humans at the end of the hall. Theater, but not even consistent theater. It was really poor optics. He walked with slumped shoulders and the shuffle we’ve grown accustomed to in the past year. The leaders of North Korea, Iran, China and Russia were almost certainly pleased with what they saw.
    It was divisive. He opened with an attack on how the last Administration communicated and acted at the onset of the pandemic “a year ago.” He used vaccination statistics to more than tacitly imply that the prior administration had failed at addressing the need and things did not change until he was in control. All laughable lies to anyone paying the least bit of attention. He claimed to offer hope, but he came across as a schoolmarm. “Get vaccinated and maybe, maybe you’ll get to have recess tomorrow.”
    His big carrot was; if we all do as he says we might, MIGHT, be able to gather in small groups to celebrate Independence Day. In July. Does he not know that a majority of states have been allowing gatherings for awhile now, some for over six months? Most of us have been back to work for months. Most of us dine out, in restaurants. We go to stores. Without mentioning states or governors by name he clearly chastised Texas and Florida for not obeying him and his administration.
    There was another weak, promise/non-promise about school and he only specifically mentioned K-8 education.
    Even folks who love the Dems and their policies had to be disappointed with what they saw and heard. I know they won’t say it out loud, but anyone with eyes and ears did not gain confidence watching that man speak those words. A female reporter shouted a question as he turned to leave and he quickened his pace (not too discernible, because, with the old man, Tim Conway “Mrs. Hwiggins” shuffle it’s hard to judge speed). The Leader of the Free WorldTM, afraid to respond to a journalist and fleeing from the slightest confrontation at a snail’s pace.”

  47. 2021 March 12 11:08 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Take notes, that is our future….

  48. 2021 March 12 11:25 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Re: 40,

    Here is the score card —

    These actions are the stuff that revolution foment. It is the ‘Mob’ that the Founders feared most. What the parents in those articles do not realize is that they have it in their power to say FU to the prep crap and start their own school. In doing so they can formualate what their children are taught and how. They can select the best teachers across the nation, etc. Might not have fancy buildings, but that is not what delivers an excellent education.

  49. 2021 March 12 1:32 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I went to one of the most liberal colleges in America back in the day. I basically spoke woke speak of my day and identified as a Ralph Naderite (even though I voted for Pat Buchanan in 2000.)

    The goal is to get good grades not fight randoms about politics. These prep schools are actually teaching them the language that they will need to survive in higher education where everything will get multiples worse. And if that environment if they can’t stand it to the point it is something they want to avoid and optfor something else at least they have exposure dealing with it.

    In some ways teaching them wokism is actually beneficial since it’s like learning a second language (although a lot easier than an actual language)

    As long as they can understand they need to learn to speak double speak to survive and not internalize all of it.

    That might be hard to do if it’s anyone younger than the high school level I suppose.

  50. 2021 March 12 1:35 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    It’s funny when woke-speak gets applied to absurd situations and taken to extremes.

    I’ve noticed that 4chan has weaponized it in this respect to turn it into a clown fiesta at times.

  51. 2021 March 12 1:43 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Also if a higher education institute suspects you might be a conservative: they will make you prove your are woke, and even if you recite it all perfectly they won’t believe you and will want you to recite it again to prove it even though doing so will make them suspicious again. This is an exercise in futility.

    If you just make it clear you’re psycho leftist, you get a free pass to do whatever you want and say whatever you want. They don’t even care if you can’t speak wokism correctly or even remember any of it.

  52. 2021 March 12 1:53 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Dems are going full Soviet.
    You should never go full Soviet.

    I’m still on board with JRs guess of June for full-on confrontation.

    “Meanwhile, Gateway Pundit has this unbelievable story. A young Alabama husband, father, injured Iraq war vet had the FBI descend on his home in a TANK with a turret, ransacked his home, making his young wife and three y.o. son sit outside for nearly eight hours, and have arrested him because he attended the January 6 rally as security with the Oath Keepers. He was never inside the Capitol. He’s being held in DC without bail for being there.”

  53. 2021 March 12 2:08 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Of course she is.

    Epoch Times: Pelosi Says She’s Open to Overturning Republican Win in Iowa District

  54. 2021 March 12 3:02 pm
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #54 –

    Then an Army armored vehicle with a turret on top, 2 FBI vans, 6 FBI vehicles, 3 local police and sheriff’s vehicles pulled up and ransacked their home.

    The FBI had 15 agents assigned to investigate Bubba Wallace’s fake “noose” (as opposed to Faux Noose) claim.

    Some of us are old enough to remember when the FBI’s job was to protect the country from criminals rather than serve as the US version of the Soviet-era KGB.

  55. 2021 March 12 3:10 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Speaking of Bubba Wallace, he and his Toyota are in 25th position (out of 38) for the NASCAR race in Phoenix Sunday. If he doesn’t break down, he will be five laps behind the leader by the 250 mile mark.

  56. 2021 March 12 3:32 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    The problem is wokeism is going to shutdown legitimate inquiry in the sciences and already has in some disciplines (aka climate). Soviet genetic science was disaster because they disavowed the basis of mendel’s discoveries in that discipline.

  57. 2021 March 12 4:13 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I agree. There is a time to fight wokeism, but a student in higher education is in a position of weakness.

    That same student can become a person who is a position of power later on, but if they can’t speak wokeism they will be roadblocked before he gets there essentially becoming a victim of wokeism instead of flowing downstream. This is true for other stuff besides wokeism. People write papers trying to please their professors or write what they think they want them to say whether it’s stuff about post-modernism (in vogue in the 00’s) or wokeism (in vogue in the 20’s)

    If you’re in a position of weakness you don’t want to be flexing against your professor, your boss, etc.

  58. 2021 March 12 4:18 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Private Pile challenges his drill sergeant Full Metal Jacket

    If that drill sergeant wants him to be woke, he better damn well be woke.

    Or if he wants him to do some other whatever he better do that

  59. 2021 March 12 4:20 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    O damn that was private Joker. Well get the idea

  60. 2021 March 12 4:28 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Young kiddos learning wokeism kindergarten

  61. 2021 March 12 4:38 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The man who should have been president

  62. 2021 March 12 4:40 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    I see writing in papers all the time. Yep some try to butter me up. I gently slam them. “Don’t tell what I want to hear, that is HS. Tell me what I need to hear even if I don’t like it, otherwise I could be making a costly mistake.” I also tell them this in the intro class — “IT is a cost to companies. Always keep that in mind. If you can manage it cheaper and faster than your peers you will go far.” Myself and 2 other profs are called the ‘3 heretics’. I from Verizon, another from HP, and the other from Sun. Each of us watch with amazement at times what goes on.

  63. 2021 March 12 4:43 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    The most pissed Dim in America has to be Bernie Saunders. He was the real deal as far as being a socialist and we beat out by a pimp with dementia and left coast hooker. I think the man is nuts but if socialism is what you want he walks the talk kinda. Even has a house and 2 dachas to make it look legit in a Stalinist kind of way.

  64. 2021 March 12 4:48 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Woke professors define those who disagree as racist though. As long as they know you’re a liberal they quit judging or even paying attention to you though.

    Plus 90% of females in college are liberals anyways especially if you’re in a liberal bastion university, and they’re going to have the same preconceived racist mantras to pin on these college republicans and you’re not getting laid in that scenario that’s for sure.

    Fighting some unneeded political battle as an undergraduate or high school is colossal waste of time unless you want to become Paul Ryan or Dick Cheney establishment type who goes directly into politics.

  65. 2021 March 12 4:56 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I read an article that said Bernie at inauguration represented White Supremacy in the San Francisco Chronicle

    I think the Bern might be falling behind in his wokeism and leftistism with the young bucks.

    Plus we all know the bernie bros are misogynist and white supremacists. Mostly rich white kids promoting this guy

  66. 2021 March 12 5:13 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Ha yeah. Poor Bern.

  67. 2021 March 12 6:47 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    New George Gammon video up if anyone is bored

  68. 2021 March 12 6:48 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    btw Burry always deletes his tweets. It’s his thing.

  69. 2021 March 12 7:28 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  70. 2021 March 12 7:31 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is described as a “key partner” on Page 613 of the Democrats’ 628-page relief bill, which calls for a donation of “not less than $3,500,000,000” to the Global Fund to Combat AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.

  71. 2021 March 12 7:53 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    JBoz – congratulations and good luck in a free state.

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