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A Nation of Fraud

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Fraud and deception have become business as usual. Witness some of the following:

  • College athletes were taking faking fake courses to maintain passing grades. This was ongoing for years with the apparet blessing or incredible ignorance of faculty and administrators.
  • Three states now have vote by mail. What could possibly go wrong with that? How much will a blank ballot sell for on the black market? Maybe they can be traded for drugs.
  • Can those voting macines be trusted? In early voting, a machine was discovered to be changing votes--in favor of the Democrats, of course.
  • Illegal immigrants are on the voter rolls. Bogus birth dates are allowed in New York City, with 850 voters listed as 164 years old. Does this prove life after death? 
  • Ebola is spreading. Is the CDC lying, or is it simply incompetent? Apparent ebola patients are beinng "disappeared."
  • Hazmat gear is being removed from some hospitals. You don't want to create a panic. Right? Workers are expendible.
  • The US is simultaniously arming and fighting islamic militants.

Meanwhile on the police front:

  • Police spray 600 bullets into a car containing bank robbery hostage Misty Holt Singh. It's like sharks in a feeding frenzy. It's also murder.
  • Some cities in the Hampton Roads area have put together an NSA-style database of phone data from seized phones. If the wrong people have you listed in their contacts, maybe you could be a suspect.
  • Kudos to the Secret Service for getting one right. They let loose the dogs and promptly stopped another fence jumper. This begs the question: is a simple iron fence adequate?
  • Preliminary evidence indicates that the Ferguson MO police actually did shoot Michael Brown in self-defense. It is unlikely that facts will get in the way of what's to come. Get ready for more riots.

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