We never thought it was such a bad little tree

“… It’s not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love.”  Linus.

But you can tell it was decorated by guys. Plain as a processed cheese and butter sandwich. But what a statement! 

Hooray for State Reps. Paul Tittle and Shae Sortwell — good Wisconsin Republicans — for putting up a Christmas tree in the rotunda of the State Capitol!

Three Christmas cheers for violating the dictat of Gov. Tony (the Grinch) Evers; against the lockdown mentality of Madison’s hall monitors who wear face diapers to bed at night. 

Charlie Brown Xmas‘Blatant disregard’ about covers it

Which has got one Capital Times (Progressive Dane) reader indignant as a sociology professor at a shooting range:

You have exempted the worst of our Republican legislature in your blatant disregard for Ever’s decision not to place a Christmas tree in the Capitol rotunda this year … You didn’t submit your request 72 hours ahead of time (as required), and you were pretty sneaky about calling it a display … Then you put up the tree before you even received the decision from the DOA, showing your contempt for due process.

Don’t recall the Solidarity Singers ever applying for a permit? Or the hordes who occupied the Capitol building protesting Act 10. 

What the Reps’ tree needs are some lights, some baubles, tinsel, and presents under the tree! (“Real estate!”) And a manger with the Baby Jesus and mom and dad. Three Wise Men approaching from the East. And sheep. Preferably live. And Christmas caroling, top of the lungs! Bells ringing. Sugar cookies shaped like snowmen for the little chil-dren!

⇒ There is no reason the rotunda could not have been opened for Christmas with just a little masking and social distancing. Some colored lights, faith and hope is what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.

More free stuff

Satya Rhodes Conway (Progressive Dane) is on board for giving people a guaranteed income, no strings attached. Which means, no work. We would call it “free money” except someone works to pay for those who do not work.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is giving $15 million to a a coalition of 29 mayors Mayors for a Basic Income, one of whom is the mayor of Madison WI. A guaranteed basic income will alleviate poverty and “systemic racism” (snotty quotes).

“I believe that a national guaranteed income program would help solve many of the challenges that our community here in Madison faces,” Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said Tuesday 12-08-20. 

Yeah, the woman is that stupid.

Backlash against 4 cop finalists

Sharon Kilfoy-Flores is vice chairman of Police Civilian Oversight Board. You may remember that, with Sharon Irwin, she brought charges to the PFC against Chief Mike Koval a few years back. She’s one of the principals in the so-called Community Response Team along with Amelia Royko-Maurer and Greg Gelembiuk. 

Chairman of the anti-cop oversight board is one Keetra Burnette, United Way’s staff liaison to the law enforcement and leaders of color collaboration. 

Speaking of the Community Response Team, its Greg Gelembiuk promises hell to pay if the PFC picks Portland police deputy chief Christopher Davis as Madison’s next top cop. (The four finalists.)

“If they think Madison has seen some pretty intense protests this year, let’s see what happens if they hire Davis. … If that happens, Madison will have seen nothing yet!”

Maybe a guaranteed wage would solve some of Greg’s “challenges.”Speaking of the Police Oversight Board, its Maia E. Pearson is running for Madison school board to succeed Gloria Reyes. Savion Castro is running for re-election in the other seat. Those are the only two who have filed so far.

Texas sues Wisconsin

… and Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Michigan over “unconstitutional irregularities” in the election process, saying the states used the coronavirus pandemic to justify “ignoring state laws” with regard to absentee and mail-in voting.

Blaska’s Bottom LineThis lawsuit is going nowhere if only for the reason that Texas lacks standing, cannot show how it was harmed. We confirm this University of Washington law professor:

  • “This lawsuit seeks to invalidate the votes of a wide swath of people: here, some 20 million — 20 million — Americans across four states.”
  • “Texas does not have standing in federal court to vindicate the voting rights of other states’ voters — much less standing to undercut the rights of those voters.”
  • Could have brought much earlier in the process.
  • Demands a “particularly inappropriate remedy: that the Supreme Court tell other state legislatures what to do.” Tenth Amendment, anyone?

Blaska’s Bonus, Platinum Subscribers Bottom Line: The Constitutional illiterates calling for martial law (only many of them spell it “marshall law”) to install Donald Trump can kiss my grits.

What are YOU giving Gov. Evers for Christmas?

About David Blaska

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90 Responses to We never thought it was such a bad little tree

  1. No Body says:

    Blaska’s Bottom Line: This lawsuit is going nowhere if only for the reason that Texas lacks standing, cannot show how it was harmed.

    Perhaps you should read the filing. Texas argues that the Electors Clause of Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution has been violated. Also the 14th Amendment arguably provides standing.

    Here is a link, but you can find others by searching. This one is good because it has a direct link to the full motion hosted on scribed.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/12/07/texas-sues-georgia-michigan-pennsylvania-and-wisconsin-at-supreme-court-election-rules/

    Just don’t expect any real info from the MSM such as CNN / NPR / NYT / MSNBC etc. Those people are lying to us. Gaslights all the way down.

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    • David Blaska says:

      May very well have been violated but Texas still needs to show the harm done to Texans.

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      • No Body says:

        May very well have been violated but Texas still needs to show the harm done to Texans.

        I believe that is covered in the filing I provided for you. It might be a good idea to read it with care.

        Also it seems that the US Supreme Court doesn’t completely agree with you, as an order has been issued to the states for them to reply.

        https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/12/09/supreme-court-orders-reply-texas-election-lawsuit/

        Maybe it goes nowhere. Maybe it doesn’t. There’s a lot of gaslighting going on, so carefully checking sources is a requisite.

        Break:

        I wonder how long that $15 million of Jack Dorsey’s money will last? My wild guess is “less than a week”, but who knows?

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      • Liberty says:

        The premise of the Texas lawsuit is that the U.S. Constitution is an agreement among all 50 states. And NONE of the states has a right to unlawfully change the rules of a NATIONAL election. I think it’s an excellent argument.

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    • Liberty says:

      The premise of the argument is that states form a covenant with other states, and that election irregularities that occur in one state affect the covenant. Makes perfect sense.

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  2. Batman says:

    Batman requests full disclosure of the Big Boss’ annual budget for Little Debbie snacks (herfav), after which that amount be donated to all the starving people as a result of the misguided, overly comprehensive, and ruinous lockdown. Time for Satya to put her money where her mouth frequently is. Furthermore, the Big Boss musn’t consume any more of her treats until every child in Madison is fully fed because that would reek of unwoke insensitive white privilege.

    Let us pray

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    • Gary Kriewald says:

      Ever notice how liberals’ “solutions” to problems sound like those a child would come up with (and not a very bright child at that). Some people are poor. Solution: Give them money. Some people live on the street. Solution: Give them a house. Too many people in jail. Solution: Let them out.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        Despite the contents of your post belonging in the No $#!t Sherlock files, The Gotch read it to the lovely and long-suffering Mrs. Gotch (a career Lefty, mind you).

        Priceless!

        The Gotch

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      • Alfred E Neuman says:

        We have a military that can’t beat a rag-tag group of ill equipped misfits, give them money, we have Wall St investors that can’t invest securely? give them money, we have private schools that can’t succeed on their own? give them money, we have a president that can’t get legally re-elected? give them money. The “give them money” mantra has been largely improved on and grown immensely by the conservative movement for the last few decades.

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  3. pANTIFArts says:

    As to the tree—- Why is Progda not praising this glorious example of direct-action civil disobedience? As to the free money—- Fifteen million, split 29 ways, won’t last long. Once citizens start footing the bill, all you will hear is “Republicans want to deny you the “right” to a “living” wage” (For it IS a wage paid for simply being alive.)

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  4. Alberticus says:

    They should have put up a NATIVITY.
    GODLESS Marxist/Bolshevism(judaism) considers ITSELF to be God.
    Therefore there ARE no God Given Rights as is amply demostrated by their murderous ENSLAVEMENT of their own People under EVERY-ONE of their regimes. Under Communism/Socialism You are the Property of the STATE, not a Child of God.

    Your Rights do not come from the Constitution. Your Rights come from Our Creator, and the Constitution was written to SUPERVISE, REGULATE, and CONTROL government actors. The 9th and 10th Amendments help make it ABUNDANTLY clear to even the DENSEST of intellects that we truly have NO “Constitutional rights.” What we have(at the risk of being redundant) is Constitutionally-SECURED rights, but these rights are ONLY as secure as:
    a) the honor and integrity of those taking the oath, and
    b) the ability of the People to COMPEL obedience on pain of perjury charges and removal from office.
    No GOD ……. No RIGHTS.

    Christians seem to be indifferent to the fact that any attack against our Liberty is an attack against the God who gave us Liberty. In other words, it is an attack against our Faith.
    our Creator’s Law, which is what endows every American with the UNALIENABLE rights we enjoy, among those Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness, exactly as it states in the preamble of the Declaration of Independence:­ “We hold these truths to be self­ evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed BY THEIR CREATOR with certain UNALIENABLE Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    That which distinguishes CHRISTianity from the tribal faux religions is the human suffering and appeal to the downtrodden as opposed to Judaism and Islam with their appeal of conquest and oppression of non-members . Christianity was the religion of Slaves and the Poor because it promised Grace and Humanity.
    The claim that “All religions are the same” is foolish.
    The Jews made a deity of the law which, after all they wrote it, so they were deifying their own works. Christ made NEW by telling those who would listen that the law was in their hearts (i.e. the spiritual spark of divinity is in each and every one of us). Like any organized religion, Christ represented a heretic to the Jews hold over the people so he had to be killed and kill him they did.
    The United States of America is the only nation in human history established by mostly Christian people, founded upon 2,000 years of Christian thought, Reformation preaching and NEW Testament Biblical Natural Law principles—and dedicated to the purpose of religious and personal liberty and equal justice under the law. This truth is easily observed within America’s earliest history. Seventeen seventy-six represented the culmination of thousands of years of western civilization and the triumph not only of spirit, but of wisdom, philosophy, and reason.
    Destroy Christianity …. to destroy all Human RIGHTS
    These principles include:
    A demand toward Human Justice, and Divine Justice
    Establishment of Divine institutions such as the family, church, and government
    The concept of limited jurisdictions within all human institutions
    The undeniable right of self-defense
    The doctrine of Just War
    Provisions on food, health and well-being
    Prescriptions relevant to caring for the poor and disenfranchised
    Clear definitions of evil and good in the Law
    Appeals towards nobility of character and virtue
    These are all things that become instrumental towards basic human dignity, and co-existence.
    In fact, it is these principles that built Western Society, and as such becomes a potent piece of evidence towards the Christian faith. Unlike Monarchism, Fascism, Socialism and Communism that seeks to collectivize and erase jurisdiction and lawfulness and centralizing power in the whims of dictators; it is these principles that reveal the greater system to be that of limited, distributed authority and federalism.

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    • Good Dog,Happy Man says:

      Yep, Lefties are self-made men who worship their own creator.

      “The care of human life and happiness and not their destruction is the only legitimate object of good government.” —Thomas Jefferson to Maryland Republicans.

      Founding Father and 2nd president, John Adams, said, “Our Constitution was made for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

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      • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

        However, Thomas Jefferson also believed in “a wall of separation between Church and State”.

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        • Good Dog,Happy Man says:

          Dear Voice in the Wilderness,

          Yes, in his letter to the Danbury Baptist Church, Jefferson replied negatively to their inquiry about making their state religion Baptist. However, he never intended for my all my atheist and agnostic friends to have such animosity toward God or religion. In fact, the freedom of religion and the freedom of religious worship were of such paramount importance that the Framers guaranteed them in the very first two clauses of the very first amendment of the Bill of Rights to our Constitution; the establishment clause and the free exercise clause.

          Because activist courts throughout our history have distorted the original understanding of the establishment clause, it must be emphasized that it does not mandate a strict separation of Church and State; nor does it prohibit all federal support of religion; it does not apply to the states at all; and the driving force behind it was a consensual dedication to the idea that the federal government should NOT establish a national church, (like Islam, Lutheranism, Anglicism or Catholicism) … because to do so would diminish our religious liberty.

          The idea of unalienable rights; LIFE, liberty and the pursuit of happiness flows from the Judeo-Christian precept that an all-loving God created man in His image thus entitling him to dignity, freedom and rights that cannot be divested by the State.

          This idea was expressed in the Declaration of Independence, and it certainly flowed through to the drafting of the Constitution, which established a system of limited government for the purpose of protecting our deeply-held beliefs and individual liberties.

          The hand of God was self-evident in our founding. When our Framers came to an impasse on ideology, language or an intractable problem and disagreement, Dr. Benjamin Franklin called for a prayer break in order to ask for Divine guidance. They met and prayed together. An hour later they reconvened and finished writing our Constitution.

          That is indeed encouraging as far as it goes, but the reality is that militant secular forces driven by the self-appointed godless gatekeepers in the government/media industrial complex are currently winning the “culture war” in this country. By political and cultural bullying, by canceling and “cleansing” our culture, moral and ethical traditions and our history and heritage, they’re succeeding in diminishing our religious liberties.

          While it’s wonderful, … especially at Christmas time, … so many Americans still believe in our shared traditional morality, faith and family values and in history that Christianity played such a strong part in our founding, it would be much more reassuring if more Americans would recognize the threats our individual freedoms are facing.

          At the core of all of our liberties is our religious liberty.
          If it falls, the remainder of our liberties will tumble like dominoes.

          Our Founding Father’s listed the unalienable Right to LIFE first. These very intelligent men knew that without The Right To Life, … no other rights mattered. Since it was granted to us by God, Our Creator, this right is “unalienable”, i.e., it cannot be taken away by the government of man.

          This is most certainly true. Grace and peace to you and yours,

          The Most Right Reverend Doctor Good Dog, Happy Man.

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        • Gg Mo says:

          There was no such phras as “Judeo-Christian” at the time of the founders, and the OBVIOUS way that Main-stream “Christianity” has been rebranded, and embraces that term is a travesty, and a slow-drip poison. The audacity of the demons. It was established that FEDS would not dictate to churches, and worship, and that no “church” or Syn agogue would make laws for the populace . Well, there’s one “religion” that is forcing laws on the WQorld, let alone through the Education Act in the USA. What “Laws” you ask ? The “Noahide Laws” . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxsQ5guI6NU

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        • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

          Dog: Eloquent post!

          I call myself agnostic, but will always defend religious liberty, and am open to the notion that God in Her infinite wisdom created humans in Her own image.

          In short, I support the rights of believers and non-believers.

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    • Bill says:

      Alberticus,

      Thank you for your response. Come to think about it, the wars we Americans fought over time were against anti-christian regimes. The revolutionary war, the civil war, world war one, world war two, the Korean war, the Viet Nam war, the wars in the Gulf are all wars of people of a Christian Faith against people who are not.

      Either you believe that all men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights or you don’t.

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      • Alfred E Neuman says:

        So we agree, religion is the biggest cause of wars, wars that lead to death and destruction, that’s why religion of any kind is really of no use to the world.

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    • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

      A Christian nativity display could be set up in the capitol rotunda as long as symbols of other official religions are included: a Buddha or lotus, a menorah, a small Hindu statue of the goddess Kali, aWiccan star, a star and crescent for Islam. Some Christian factions have a problem with inclusivity because they are true believers, forgetting the principles of tolerance and good will.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        “forgetting the principles of tolerance and good will.”

        When yer right, yer right!

        Christians need to follow the exemplary example of Islam, the Religion of Peace©™®, am I right?

        The Gotch

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        • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

          A sword for a sword? Eye for an eye? Onward Christian soldiers to slaughter infidels during the Crusades but that’s ok because God was on their side? Religious wars have always been the scourge of the planet. I know it’s a stretch, Gotch, but try to understand the notion that peace on earth begins within the human heart. Whatever happened to “Blessed are the peacemakers”?

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “A sword for a sword”

          Huh? Please provide the thread count of the whole cloth out of which this was made.

          Anywho, FF to current times, tally the numbers of which believers are being slaughtered by which other believers, then report back.

          “I know it’s a stretch, Gotch, but try to understand the notion that peace on earth begins within the human heart.”

          What earthly reason do you have to suspect The Gotch (a devout agnostic) believes it comes from anywhere else?

          And he has absolutely no idea whence you get that idea, but will venture a guess it involved an assist from Otto Yurass.

          The Gotch

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        • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

          Gotch: I wasn’t making assumptions about your beliefs, actually I tend toward agnosticism myself.

          An observation: your pun (Otto Yurass) is very clever. Did you make that up all by your lonesome?

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “I wasn’t making assumptions about your beliefs”

          This (“I know it’s a stretch, Gotch, but try to understand the notion that peace on earth begins within the human heart” [bolds mine]) isn’t making an assumption?

          Coulda fooled The Gotch; no mean feat, that….

          The Gotch

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      • Gary Kriewald says:

        Why not just put up a Science Tree and have done with it? Christmas is a Christian holiday whether godless lefties like it or not. It has nothing to do with other religions so why pretend it does? If you want to celebrate Buddhism or Hinduism or Islam or anything else, there are plenty of days in the year; choose one other than December 25th–that’s reserved for Christians. Oh wait, pretending (as in pretending that acts of looting, rioting, and vandalism are peaceful protests) is second nature to leftes.

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        • Liberty says:

          What Gary said!

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        • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

          Gary: “.. pretending that..rioting and looting are peaceful protests is second nature to lefties.” You don’t get to project guilt for last summer’s riots onto me. Not all “lefties” condone those tactics.

          A solution to religious symbols in government buildings might be to not allow them at all, or, display them during a holiday specific to a religion depicted by that symbol. Unity and inclusivity makes some citizens nervous. Nothing wrong with a holiday tree in the rotunda.

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        • Gary Kriewald says:

          To the Voice, who avers that “not all lefties condone those tactics.” If so, why haven’t they been more vocal in condemning them? Silence confers no laurels.

          I agree that a reasonable solution would be to ban all religious symbols from governmental property … if it were also agreed to ban symbols that celebrate “causes” or group identities like, for example, the rainbow flag.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “Silence confers no laurels.”

          A LUVly compliment to the preponderance of virtue signaling signs (in no small supply along The Gotch’s Midvale Heights running route) is the Silence Equals Complicity** number.

          **Unless it’s the complicity by virtue of the silence of BLM, Urban Triage, FreeDUMB Inc, et al, to NOT speak out against bruthahs killing othah bruthahs, or youngah sistahs (like 11 year-old Anisa Scott, etc.)

          Despicable Lefties!!!

          The Gotch

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      • Gg Mo says:

        “tolerance and good will.” ? When the force-feeding of filth, doxxing, excused violence , and around the world , torchings of churches (300+ in France alone NOT ON MSM though ) bombings , kidnappings , STATE/Banker (same dif) confiscations, and redistrubutions to Heretics (who LOVE the bankers etc etc etc etc ) end, then you will see that true Christian have done no offense. Good fences make good neighbors, and FREEDOM of Association is still a human right. Stay out of my church (or come if you like the precepts) if you want to change , or “improve” it, and I’ll not set up icons (I don’t anyway) in a Public/Federal building.

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        • dad29 says:

          Only half-wit Christians believe that the purpose of Christianity is to produce “peace and justice,” or so sayeth Jacques Maritain. The Christian instead must ask for the coming of the Kingdom of God, quoth he.

          And he’s right.

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        • Gg Mo says:

          I’d rather quote our LORD . Jesus the Christ. I do not know who JMartain is…….
          Matthew 10 :34.

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        • Gg Mo says:

          Oh, JM ,SJW !! “Vatican II” , AND this : “During the Second World War, Jacques Maritain protested the policies of the Vichy government while teaching at the Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies in Canada. “Moving to New York, Maritain became deeply involved in rescue activities, seeking to bring persecuted and threatened academics, many of them Jews, to America. He was instrumental in founding the École Libre des Hautes Études, a kind of university in exile that was, at the same time, the center of Gaullist resistance in the United States”. After the war, in a papal audience on 16 July 1946, he tried unsuccessfully to have Pope Pius XII officially denounce anti-semitism.”

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  5. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    “We would call it ‘free money’ except someone works to pay for those who do not work.”

    Free (frē) adverb/adjective:
    At _The_Expense_Of_Others.

    This goes through, Tat Parlors…I mean Body Artistry Studios, will do a land office business, if they haven’t all been Lock-Down-Liquidated by Ichabod Evers.

    The Gotch

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  6. Good Dog,Happy Man says:

    Common sense Conservatives know the Democrats committed fraud. Looney-toon Lefties know they committed fraud. And we know that they know we know.

    The only question is: when SCOTUS overturns the results in WI., MI., PA. and GA., does the Democrat offer to “begin the healing” still stand?

    The Wisconsin State legislature ought to join the Texas lawsuit. At a minimum, the legislature should file an amicus brief.

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  7. Batman says:

    Godallmighty Batman hopes the nefarious proglibot cancel culture losers attempt to *disappear* A Charlie Brown Christmas!

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  8. Alfred E Neuman says:

    So it appears as if State Reps. Paul Tittle and Shae Sortwell have special rights not available to Wisconsin citizens. Last I hear signs on sticks are not allowed in the capitol and a permit is required for any demonstration use of the capitol. Once again we see where republicans hold themselves above the law.

    As for the law suits against the will of the people, everyone knows republican’s are a whinny lot when they don’t get their way

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    • Bill says:

      Alfred,

      So all those people who smashed in store windows on State Street and the Capitol Square were Republicans who held themselves above the law? Right!

      Oh, and where were the permits to tear down the statues of Miss Forward and the abolitionist, Colonel Hans Christian Heg? Those statues belonged to the All the Citizens of the State of Wisconsin!

      Just stand at a bus shelter up on the square waiting for a bus like I do every night and ask yourself why the bus shelter has no windows and the answer is that they were all smashed out when the liberal/progressive/socialist/communists rioters smashed them out.

      Hey Captain Obvious, just take a trip around the Capitol Square, down State Street and the surrounding areas and tell me that it was those Republicans that held themselves above the law.

      I think not!

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      • richard lesiak says:

        Why isn’t the state gop standing up for our election? We are having our votes cancelled out and not a friggin’ word from these cowards. Talk about riots! Steal our state and you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        The Gotch can HARDLY WAIT for pansy-@$$/SoyBoy/’Nadless/beta males, that envision themselves as real REAL tough, because of their video-game-acquired fighting experience, get their over-sized @$$e$ handed to them by Righties who know how to handle themselves.

        Oooooh! And it looks like they’ll have a (heh!) 75 year-old leading them.

        It’ll make Sherman’s March To The Sea look like an afternoon Tea; appropriately, Drowning Pool’s BODIES will be playing in the background!

        The Gotch

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        Erratum:

        Drowning Pool’s BODIES

        The Gotch

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      • Alfred E Neuman says:

        Had to change the subject did you? Typical of those who lack cognitive thinking skills.

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      • Batman says:

        Hey Bill,
        I’ll bet Alfie is feeling kinda stupid right about now.

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      • madisonexpat says:

        Don’t forget all the Trumpsters who terrorized Madison School Board Prez and called on all conservatives to hound progs out of gas stations and restaurants and God forbid anyone join a resistance to Po’Slo’Joe and the Ho.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      Jeepers, AEN, you O.K.?

      That toe you dipped in the water got summarily blasted to smithereens by Bill.

      The Gotch

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  9. Bill says:

    richard,

    Republicans trying to steal an election? Really? Consider the following evidence:

    Right here in Madison WI we saw the Democrats have “democracy in the park days”, days that were sponsored by the Joe Biden campaign. https://www.cityofmadison.com/calendar/democracy-in-the-park. That is called ballot harvesting.

    We also had people say that they were “indefinitely confined” when they were not.
    https://www.maciverinstitute.com/2020/10/a-quarter-million-wisconsin-voters-claim-to-be-indefinitely-confined/

    And give this a good read.
    https://www.maciverinstitute.com/2020/11/how-the-wisconsin-elections-commission-destroyed-fair-elections-in-wisconsin/

    It is plain to anyone with common sense that the law was not followed. That is why republicans are saying that Trump won the election.

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    • richard lesiak says:

      “Democracy in the Park” was planned by, paid for and staffed by the City Clerks Office. Not Biden. One of trump’s loser lawyers tried to have everything tossed out. He lost. Vos and Fitzgerald did nothing about the event. 1700 ballots were collected by the Clerks and locked up. “Indefinitely confined”. Yeah; ever hear the word Covid. Remember Vos dressed like a spaceman at the polls? It was Walker and Vos who took the GAB and turned it into two commissions; ethics and election. Reason unknown. Election comm is 6 and 6. The Repubs never bitched about it. Anyone with any common sense knows that the convoluted mess that Walker made was followed to the best of their ability; Dems and GOP both.

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    • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

      Full disclosure, people: MacIver Institute is a conservative think tank.

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  10. Bill says:

    richard,

    So who paid for the commercials for the Democracy in the Park Days? Did the City of Madison or did the Biden campaign?

    Did the City of Madison make an in kind contribution to the Joe Biden campaign when they allowed him to come on the commercials saying that he approved this message?

    Just wondering.

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  11. Bill says:

    Good Dog, Happy Man,

    Your response to Voice in the Wilderness is spot on. All of our rights come from God as we were all made in His image. The right to LIFE being the most important.

    Something I’m afraid this world has forgotten a long time ago.

    Thank you for your post, I really enjoyed reading it.

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  12. Liberty says:

    “The Constitutional illiterates calling for martial law (only many of them spell it “marshall law”) to install Donald Trump can kiss my grits.”

    You seem angrier at some no-name group than with legitimate accusations of election fraud. Don’t millions of us have a right to know that this election was 100% legal? Because based on the testimonies and numerical improbabilities I’ve seen, it sure as heck seems that it was stolen from Trump. If it wasn’t stolen and Biden genuinely won, I won’t like it but I’ll live with it. But when people say “there’s nothing to see here” it feels like a dismissal.

    Calling for martial law is ridiculous, but a multi-state lawsuit isn’t, yet you found ways to disparage that, as well.

    I get that there’s a percentage of conservatives who don’t like Trump. That’s certainly your right. But please don’t belittle our right to be assured of the truth.

    I’d save that “kiss my grits” statement for the thugs who wreck our cities without consequence. Not some innocuous group.

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    • Bill says:

      Liberty,

      You are correct. We do have the right to know! One of the most important things to me, and should be to All Americans is that our vote is counted, only once, and there are no dead people, or people who moved out of state yet voted in this state, or election officials who don’t allow the observers from either side to witness the vote count, or voting machines that give one candidate a statistical impossibility of 96% or more of all the votes counted in the middle of the night when there are no observers or press around to witness the count, and so on.

      To me, that statement goes for both sides. I don’t care who you vote for, even if it goes against the candidate I voted for, I want both your vote and my vote to be counted correctly.

      And as an aside, I do not want martial law either, even if it means that Trump will be President again. In my mind, such an action would rip this country apart most likely resulting in a civil war.

      I will learn to live with a President Harris as Joe Biden won’t last more than a year or so before he is declared incompetent or slips on a banana peel and dies as a result of the fall in the White House.

      At this point, I do have to ask a question of those of you who voted for Biden. When you voted for Biden, did you vote for him as a vote against Trump, because you hate Trump so much; or did you vote for him because you really think Joe Biden has what it takes to be the President of the United States?

      Just wondering.

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      • Liberty says:

        “When you voted for Biden, did you vote for him as a vote against Trump, because you hate Trump so much; or did you vote for him because you really think Joe Biden has what it takes to be the President of the United States?”

        You know, I’ve posed this question to numerous libs but not ONE has been able to articulate why they voted for Biden. Not one. They can’t even name one Biden accomplishment.

        They really do hate Trump that deeply. Media has trained them well.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “They really do hate Trump that deeply.”

          Think back to the end of GWB’s term and their vote for Hopey Changey; EXACT same thing.

          “Media has trained them well.”

          That’s Lefty for you, too infantile and brainwashed to do any of their own THINKING, so they just follow the prompts of their handlers.

          Cannon fodder!

          The Gotch

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “Have you noticed that the media waited until AFTER the election to bring up the Hunter / China story?”

          Howse about the incurious timing (READ: Post-Election) of CNN FINALLY realizing that the Chinese lied about the WuHan Virus.

          Were it not for GASlighting, Lefty’d have no light at all!

          Despicable Lefties!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          The Gotch

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      • Liberty says:

        Have you noticed that the media waited until AFTER the election to bring up the Hunter / China story?

        I can’t believe how many people are blind to the manipulation.

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        • Kooter says:

          Or that the covid vaccine magically showed up after the election.

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        • David Blaska says:

          Part of the problem is that the Justice Dept sat on the investigation, not wishing to “influence the election.” By so doing, they DID influence the election. Voters deserved that information.

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        • Liberty says:

          “Part of the problem is that the Justice Dept sat on the investigation, not wishing to “influence the election.” By so doing, they DID influence the election. Voters deserved that information.”

          That’s why we have a media. Some outlets were able to dig deeper and Tucker even got an interview with Tony Bobulinski.

          Yet CNN, NYT, WaPo, and the usual rags wouldn’t even touch the story. Big Tech suppressed it. Yet these same outlets ran on suppositions and conspiracy theories with Trump for four years.

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        • Liberty says:

          “Or that the covid vaccine magically showed up after the election.”

          Precisely! BigPharm made the announcement like a week after the election. And we know what affection they hold for Trump {sarcasm}. I mean, how dare Trump try to lower prices of pharmaceuticals and dig into their profits?

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  13. richard lesiak says:

    CONGRATS TO BIDEN/HARRIS: TIME MAG. PERSON OF THE YEAR.

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  14. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Can you even imagine anyone whose pitiable existence is so breathtakingly pathetic that the only way they can expect validation is by hoping…pleading…that “their” side looks better, despite all evidence to the contrary?

    The Gotch can’t either.

    One more thing.

    DementiaJoe & The ‘Ho have something in common with the following Rogue’s Gallery:
    A. Hitler 1938
    J Stalin 1939 & 1942
    N. Khrushchev 1957
    Ayatullah Khomeini 1979
    R. Nixon 1971 & 1972
    2nd Worst POTUS EVAH!!! J. Carter 1976
    M. Gorbachev 1987 & 1989
    And
    THE Worst POTUS EVAH!!! H. Changey 2008 and 2102

    Ah Lefty; so MUCH crippling ignominy, so little time!

    The Gotch

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    • Liberty says:

      “Can you even imagine anyone whose pitiable existence is so breathtakingly pathetic that the only way they can expect validation is by hoping…pleading…that “their” side looks better, despite all evidence to the contrary?”

      Was thinking the same thing.

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  15. No Body says:

    Question: did the definition of “indefinitely confined” ever get cleared up, especially in Dane and Milwaukee counties?

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  16. Gg Mo says:

    This is directed at the comments of those “critical” thinkers (who have NO CONCEPT of trajectory re. “Martial Law”, and talk about others being “easily manipulated” *which had milk flying out of my nose at the absurb projection.) https://www.bitchute.com/video/FXN4ceOah3Q9/

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  17. No Body says:

    What are YOU giving Gov. Evers for Christmas?

    Well, some people might be tempted in this direction:

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      After much soul-searching, The Gotch believes he has decided on just the right THING to accurately convey his sentiment toward Ichabod Evers!

      The Gotch

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