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Can The Electoral College Steal The Presidency?

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Overview of the Electoral College, White states are “Faithless” and Red states are “Pledged”. See map below for detailed breakdown.

Between November 8 and December 19, no mater who wins on Election Day, the losing side can still wind up being president, and it all rests in the hands of the Electors. And at least three of the Electors, all GOP, say they are not casting their vote for Trump. 

This is the last way to steal an election, and it is constitutional, as it is the Elector and not the public who elects a president. We only get to say who we want, and its not binding.

Not many Americans really understands how the Electoral College works. What the are not being told by the media or either party is that regardless of the fact whether or not the election is rigged, and either Hillary Clinton or Donald J.Trump wins, there is still a way provided by the US Constitution that an election can be “legally stolen.”

And if it were to happen, the act itself will not create a constitutional crisis, because, it has been this way since the 1787 Constitutional Convention and upheld by a 1952 Supreme Court decision that it is “constitutional.” The aftermath and fallout if the election is stolen when the Electoral College votes will be short of devastating to our way of life.

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Is Steve Pieczenik Under Fire?

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On Nov. 1, Steve Pieczenik, an insider with the intelligence community, recorded, with their blessing, the following video:

 

After making the above video public on YouTube, his website, http://stevepieczenik.com, mysteriously goes down? Not so.

Someone hacked into his site or its ISP and brought it down. And if their goal was to silence the message, or to intimidate Pieczenik, the first step in the Democratic playbook, not only failed, but I think they do not realize who they are dealing with.

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Stifling air pollution in China shuts down Shanghai

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The extent of the pollution plaguing China can be seen from space. Experts claim it may be too late to correct their pollution problems, as the central government may be willing to work on the problem, but local officials have too much to money to lose.
The extent of the pollution plaguing China can be seen from space. Experts claim it may be too late to correct their pollution problems, as the central government may be willing to work on the problem, but local officials have too much to money to lose.

The largest city by population in the world was shut down as an unprecedented amount of air pollution descended upon the Chinese city of Shanghai last Wednesday and stayed.

 

View within the city of Shanghai during intense polluted smog that shut the city down for almost a week.
View within the city of Shanghai during intense polluted smog that shut the city down for almost a week.

A fog of polluted air engulfed Shanghai, forcing the government to issue its most severe health warning as city’s air pollution reached 31 times that of the international standards.

The smog that descended upon more than 23 million people closed down schools, grounded all flights, and the government issued alerts telling the public to stay indoors.

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2012 Year In Review

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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, it would take about 7 trips to carry that many people.

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Studies show critical computer systems in cars vulnerable to hacking

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A hacker can use a laptop to control and change critical car functions through a wireless access that all new cars’ computers allow.

You’re driving down the highway in your car, when all of a sudden the engine cuts out. As you try to steer the car off the road, all the air is letting out of your tires. Your horn starts blaring on its own, and then your airbag deploys. And due to a seemingly series of malfunctions, you are involved in an eight-car pile-up.

But was it actually a series of malfunctions? What if you were told that five cars around you had the same malfunctions? Is this unbelievable? Maybe not.

Recent news reports published by Scientific American, Car and Driver, Discovery Magazine, Technology Review, and other media outlets say it might be possible for hackers to gain access to computer systems that control vital functions, making it dangerous to drive.

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2011 in review

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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,100 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 52 trips to carry that many people.

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