Day Off

     Apologies, Gentle Readers. I’m a bit under the weather today, and lack the energy for my usual ranting and raving. However, the comments to this piece have cheered me greatly. If you haven’t read them, I recommend that you do so. After that, perhaps you might revisit this Baseline Essay, which is very much in keeping with the spirit of that piece and those comments.

     Enjoy your First Sunday of Advent in this Year of Our Lord 2023. Back tomorrow, I hope.


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    • OneGuy on December 3, 2023 at 11:05 AM

    There is a court battle going on in Georgia that you likely haven’t heard about. It has been going on since early 2021 after it was discovered that 150,000 “mail in” ballots were counted in the 2020 election but these ballots were never mailed out or mailed back. All 150,000 of them are pristine. That is they were never folded to be stuffed in envelopes and they all have a vote for Biden that is marked identically, described as a perfect oval in the area where the voter is supposed to fill in the oval. It appears that all 150,000 of these ballots were printed already marked for Biden. The reason these mistakes (not folded, printed pre-marked) were made is simple; late on election night it became obvious that Biden was going to lose by about 150,000 votes and the quickest way to cheat was to quickly print off 150,000 identical ballots all marked for Biden.

    This is pretty cut and dried. Just examine the 150,000 ballots and decide if they were in fact faked. So why the long delay? The state/county is fighting it. They have lawyers who have dragged this through courts in front of sympathetic judges who prevaricate and argue over process and delay and confound. But now they have almost run out of options, no more legal roadblocks that can be ruled in the governments favor. So the left has resorted to their last trick which is that all of the government lawyers intend to resign. That means the case will be put on hold until the government hires new lawyers and they can get up to speed on the case. Neat delay tactic, almost like pulling a fire alarm.

    But the investigators who opened the case think that in fact all of the 150,000 ballots have long ago been destroyed and all of this delaying tactics is just to hide that fact. That means even if the right wins this case and gets the go ahead to examine these ballots that they don’t exist and nothing can be proved.

    Meanwhile Trump is still on trial for claiming that the election in Georgia was stolen. Is this a great country or what?

    • Geofrank on December 3, 2023 at 5:20 PM

    I have just this day discovered your website. Thank you for your words of wisdom and hope. I am an old man with failing eyes and lungs so I am a slow reader but your writing is inspiring and comforting. I have wanted to comment on some posts that were already closed. How long do you generally leave comments open?

    1. The site automatically closes comments on a piece three days / 72 hours after it’s posted. But Geo, you can always email me with your thoughts — the address is in the right sidebar — and we can converse that way. And of course, welcome to Liberty’s Torch!

    • Scott on December 4, 2023 at 8:38 PM

    I  know this does not relate to this article but I can only find limited information on it and think it is a GREAT CAUSE to get behind
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