(Vox Day) President Trump did, and now he can prove it.
(Vox Day) Although the statistical evidence is rapidly turning into hard physical evidence of ballot fraud, it’s still useful to continue noting the statistical anomalies and how strongly they indicate that there is no shortage of fraud to find by refining the statistical case against Biden:
(Eric A. Blair) In a fascinating new analysis published by Forbes, the researchers find data that supports what The Gateway Pundit has been saying for ages: COVID-19 is very dangerous to the elderly — especially in nursing homes — but not so much for everyone else.
(Jim Hoft) What is going on? After shutting down the government and killing the greatest economy in the world due to deathly estimates from specialists on the coronavirus, the data is showing that this may be one great big mistake or hoax.
(Justin Deschamps) Context matters. Without comparing something to another thing, it’s hard to know what we’re dealing with. The coronavirus pandemic is the latest media-scare that is creating a lot of panic and anxiety. While there is evidence to suggest Covid-19 should be taken seriously, it isn’t nearly as lethal as previous outbreaks, measured as Case Fatality Rates or CFR. The following article compares the coronavirus pandemic to other outbreaks. I think you’ll agree, it isn’t as bad as some think.
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(Being Classically Liberal) The studies, data, and examination of the available evidence by scholars suggest that assault weapon bans or buybacks will have little if any effect on rates of violent crime and gun violence.
(Zerohedge) After hitting a new high last month, mentions of immigration as the most important problem facing the U.S. increased further to 27% in July. Since Gallup began regularly recording mentions of the issue in 1993, immigration has been cited by an average of 6% of Americans, though it has been higher in recent years. There have been occasional, typically short-lived, spikes when major immigration events were occurring.
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(Exonews) Former high-ranking US defense and intelligence officials, aerospace-industry veterans, academics and others associated with ‘To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science’ are asking: ‘why are so many UFOs being reported near nuclear facilities—and why isn’t there more urgency on the part of the government to assess their potential national-security threat?’ Their investigations are the subject of HISTORY’s limited series “Unidentified.”
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(Shannon Antinori) After reports that Navy pilots were encountering UFOs at hypersonic speeds, Patch took a peek at the most recent sightings in Illinois.
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