King George, Virginia


8 November 2020

Fellow Members of the King George TEA Party:

I want to thank Jeff for leading the monthly KGTP meeting this past Thursday.  I was unable to return from Norfolk early enough to get to the meeting on time and Jeff took the lead in my place.  I also want to thank Caleb for taking care of some of the ‘admin’ functions that needed to be done during the meeting as well.

Heads up:  We will hold our December meeting at 7:00 PM in Vinny’s Restaurant in King George.  This will not be a meeting, per se, but a social event meant to bring cheer to you this Christmas season.

Well, the election is over and the tallying is still in progress.  There were a couple of folks that went above-and-beyond and I want to thank them for their efforts.  Ron McElrath, Chairman of the KG Republican Committee, distributed a huge number of signs throughout the county and hosted a meet-and-greet so that voters could meet with candidates.  Bob was a true hero that was singularly responsible for purchasing and distributing a lot of the signs you saw in the county.  Both of these guys deserve your thanks for supporting our Conservative candidate’s efforts.

Rob Wittman won re-election… by (for me, anyway) an uncomfortably close margin.  58% to 42% is too close for comfort when you are talking about folks voting to elect a Democrat Congressman that basically ran on “buying” votes by promising broadband Internet connectivity for everyone.  Rob will need our support again in a couple of years.  King George supported him by a healthy margin:

  • https://results.elections.virginia.gov/vaelections/2020%20November%20General/Site/Member_House_of_Representatives_(01).html


Daniel Gade, however, was defeated by incumbent Mark Warner by a 44% to 56% margin.  We in King George, however, can take pride in the fact that we did a stellar job in mobilizing our friends, families, and co-workers to support Daniel’s campaign for office.  The county’s 59% to 41% margin is commendable but was unable to overcome those voting in northern Virginia:

  • https://results.elections.virginia.gov/vaelections/2020%20November%20General/Site/Member_United_States_Senate.html


Like the true professional that he is, Daniel Gade’s concession message keeps everything in perspective and, I hope, indicates that he is not done pursuing elected office.  I stand by my assessment that Daniel Gade is the kind of principled leader that would do Virginia well as an elected representative:

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  • I’m a career servant of the Constitution, not a lifelong politician. I enlisted in the US Army as a private in 1992, and retired as a lieutenant colonel in 2017. I was wounded in action twice and decorated for valor; after I lost my leg in battle, I was able to go on to earn both a Master’s and a PhD in public administration and serve under three different Presidential administrations. In short, I have always served America and the Constitution and will continue to do so in the future.

  • I’m deeply grateful to the tens of thousands of donors and volunteers who powered this campaign and the millions of Virginians who honored me with their vote last night. This was an entirely grassroots campaign, fueled by Virginians for Virginians, and we far out-performed the expectations of the media and the establishment, despite millions of dollars of negative attacks and being outspent 4 to 1. My opponent even claimed, absurdly, that a disabled combat veteran would be against protecting people with preexisting conditions.

  • From Lee County to Accomack County, from Danville to Chesterfield, from Winchester to Fairfax, it was an honor to meet Virginians and be a part of something bigger than myself. Together, we earned more votes than any Republican US Senate candidate in Virginia- ever. Our campaign made over 2 million individual voter contacts, raised over 5 million dollars, and did over 250 in person events. We were relentless in fighting for our Conservative values. COVID has redefined campaigning and I’m extremely proud of the volunteers who sacrificed so much for our cause.

  • This race was about serving America, the Constitution and fighting for our shared values, as I’ve always done. I ran for my children and grandchildren, and because God has given us a great country for which I am willing to fight. During my 25 years of military service, I saw both the best and the worst of humanity, but my faith in our country never wavered. This campaign has reminded me America is always worth sacrificing for.

  • I will never stop fighting for our country and for the Constitution which sustains it, but this race is over. I concede and call on all of my supporters to recognize state and federal results with peace and unity. No matter the results of the Presidential election, in particular, it is paramount that every American realize that we still live in the greatest country on earth, and to work towards “liberty and justice for all.”

  • My family and my faith are the most important things in my life. My wife and I have been happily married for over 21 years, and our three great kids stood by my side this entire time. We are stronger and more resilient than ever, and look forward to a bright future, wherever the road may lead. - DMG

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The final decision of the Presidential election has yet to be determined due to allegations of fraud.  This, for me, is an unbelievable circumstance because Americans are **supposed** to recognize that this is OUR country and, like any family, are supposed to have recognizable bounds to respect even when fighting amongst ourselves.  Resorting to election fraud is NEVER an option in America… but evidently that perspective isn’t shared by all.

Speaking of allegations of election fraud, during last week’s monthly meeting, Bob covered some things but, afterward, sent out an e-mail correction that I want to share below.  I commend Bob for his desire to keep everyone accurately informed even when doing so is via a mea culpa.

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On Nov 7, 2020, at 3:15 PM, Bob wrote:

  • Ron,

  • I said two things last night that were significantly wrong.  My comments on CD 1 were based on data from Virginia Dept of Elections.

  • See attached.  With 244 of 244 reporting I thought the data was good.

  • What changed from yesterday ?

  • CD1 votes for Biden were actually 212,480    (not 277,733)

  • CD1 votes for Trump were actually 232,250   (not 257,232)

  • So CD1 went for Trump by 20,000 votes.   (the reverse of what I said last night)

  • The problem looks like mostly reporting from Prince William County. Yesterday Prince William had a very large number for Biden.  Now it is 57,871.

  • The new data also explains away the issue of so many people voting for Biden, but not Rashid. 

  • In CD1, 27,000 people voted for Biden but did not vote for Rashid.   That is not inconsistent with other Congressional Districts regarding the ratio between President and House rep.

  • Sorry for the confusion.  I didn't think the data yesterday would be so far off.

  • Bob

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But as we read the news reports… mainly from the NON-mainstream media sources, we come to grips with the fact that strategic fraud has taken place and President Trump is being railroaded out of office.  Yeah, the word ‘coup’ is appropriate in this context.  This has resulted in several e-mails from fellow KGTP members, one being the below from Tom that pretty much puts things in perspective:

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On Nov 7, 2020, at 1:11 PM, Tom wrote:

  • I was afraid of this result Jim.

  • The forces of evil were so aligned against him.  It wasn't Republicans versus Democrats.  If it had been, Trump would have won.  Instead, it was the corrupt deep state against Trump.  And the Democrats were doing what I knew they would -- prepared for massive fraud in the battleground states.  

  • We just watched them locking Republican poll watchers out of the polling areas, illegally.  Shutting down counts, which were in Trumps favor, to begin afresh in the morning to a miraculous Tsunami of Biden votes -- in one case, 100,000 ballots were received and ALL of them were for Biden.  Heritage Foundation Spokesman on WMAL radio stated flat out, that's a statistical impossibility, but it's what we worried would happen.

  • The problem is we were not positioned/prepared to deal with the massive manipulations.  The Democrats have huge numbers of people working part time or full time for them.  Republican work actual jobs for a living.  Democrats work politics for a living.  Many are the very ones being paid to not work, through their miracle, the CoronaVirus, which gave them an even bigger army to march and protest and work to get Biden (actually, Kalama Harris) in to the win.

  • I believe he is nothing more than a Trojan Horse meant to get Kamala in the White House through the back door. They know full well the man is guilty of corruption but will use it only later on to either blackmail him into submitting to their will or to remove him and install Kamala.

  • To put it simply... 2016 was STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE.  2020 is becoming THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, or REVENGE OF THE SITH.

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News reports, even those from trusted sources, need to be read with a grain of salt.  The Democrats are masters of legal-speak and are notorious for creative excuse-making for a lot of illegal behavior.  The only way to objectively assess that fraud may have been perpetrated during this election is to look at the data’s statistics.  Human behavior, to include voting behavior, falls into predictable mathematical patterns and statistics objectively reveals those indications.  If the statistics about the data indicates that vote fraud is present in cities such as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (among several others) it can, and should, serve as the basis for a much more focused investigation into how that fraud was perpetrated.  Think of applying statistics to this election’s results as the ‘probable cause’ aspect for a criminal investigation.  On that note, Carol Stopps today sent out the below e-mail that should serve as a ‘heads up’ that something ‘fishy’ has been going on.

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On Nov 8, 2020, at 9:01 AM, Carol Stopps wrote:

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A couple of news articles support Carol’s e-mail above.  The most valuable for you, the reader, is the article below about Benford’s Law because there are graphics that we non-mathematicians can readily understand.  But once you see the graphs you cannot “unsee” them and they can be quite convincing.

The only consolation that I can offer is the comfort that We The People are not alone in our fury that election fraud has occurred.  The below article is, however, the only one of its kind that offers a word of hope.

The organization for this Newsletter is unlike any of the others as I include below only those news articles that focus solely on one subject - articles that address, in some way, the 2020 election fraud.  By the time you get done skimming these articles I suspect you will want to paint Stop The Steal on the back window of your car and distribute identically worded Post-It notes throughout public spaces and your workplaces.  Feel free to do so.

The reality is that We The People need to sit tight and trust that God, and the Republican lawyers, are able to unravel the fraud in time to make a difference.  Our republic’s Presidential election every four years means that we do not have a national election but, instead, 50 simultaneous state elections that each decide their individual outcome.  If the citizens of the individual states do not rise up against those within their state’s bureaucracy that corrupt the election process there isn’t much that the federal government can do.  This is the vulnerability that has been exploited here.

As always, I welcome any questions or comments you may have.


James
King George TEA Party
King George, Virginia
james@kinggeorgeteaparty.com
https://www.kinggeorgeteaparty.com