King George, Virginia

14 December 2020

Fellow Members of the King George TEA Party:

Well, Friday's SCOTUS decision wasn’t what I expected.  The below sections are very heavy in reporting on additional Election 2020 articles and the associated fraud… and this week should feature a lot more about it.  No, there is no way that this issue is settled and there is no way that President Trump should concede to Joe Biden.

Then there is our Dear Leader, Ralph Northam, and his new Executive Order that initiated a curfew.  I’m sorry… but a curfew is something that parents levy upon teenage children who borrow the family car… not upon free citizens of a nation.  See the below Regulation section to see how similar edicts have fared throughout the USA.  Someone ought to make a mockery of this EO and post it on YouTube.  Any takers?

I have arranged to have two 4’x8’ signs made that will replace our existing Trump 2020 signs.  I tried to think of an influential, applicable, and enduring phrase that must be broadcast to all passersby.  I hope that this passes muster:  "Election Fraud:  What you allow will continue.”  This will ‘seed’ the information environment with the theme that not only was the 2020 election in question but that all future elections will similarly be questionable unless concrete steps are put in place to guarantee election integrity.

Along the theme of the new sign’s statement, I received an e-mail that I wanted to pass on to everyone because it is so well crafted.  I agree with Lester’s e-mail below in that the absolute fundamental element of a Constitutional Republic is free and fair elections.  Without fraud-free elections for all citizens you do NOT have representation of the people and therefore you do NOT have consent of the governed.  And yet here we are.

On Dec 14, 2020, at 2:36 PM, Lester wrote:

  • Dear Fellow Republican,

  • Today’s Washington Times has a very disturbing front page story headlined “‘Uniting many but not all’: Trump's claims of voting fraud divide GOP”.  It is perfectly understandable that Democrats and their allies in the press would push the idea that 2020 elections were fair, transparent, and open.  It is an entirely different thing for Republicans to believe that all of the allegations of ballot dumping, prevention of oversight of ballot counting, and concerns about the integrity of Dominion voting systems are made up out of thin air.

  • The integrity of our voting systems is an issue that not just all Republicans, but Americans of every political persuasion should and, for the most part, do agree on.  Now that the Supreme Court and the Electoral College have spoken, the focus must shift from “who won the presidency” to “how do we restore trust in our elections”.  There will be efforts in Virginia to legislate measures aimed at further undermining the integrity of elections--such as same-day registration.  At the national level HR1 will again be debated early next year as Democrats try to remove state laws protecting their election procedures.  Vote harvesting, among many other measures, could become the law of the land.

  • So, in the short term, we will be playing defense fighting off such efforts.  In the longer run we should build coalitions to support reforms such as the 87 spelled out in the 2005 Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform report.  Their recommendations on such things as the independent testing and certification of voting system source codes, voter ID, vote by mail, maintaining voter lists, audits of voting machines, and the unrestricted access of election observers are even more relevant today than they were 15 years ago.  

  • Election integrity is an issue that cuts across Party lines.  There may be some wiggle room between the parties on the specifics of how to best ensure free and fair elections, but there should be no disagreement on the basic principle.  There will be plenty of issues that we will have to confront in Richmond and Washington, but unless we can ensure fair access to the ballot box, our chances of being heard on any other issue will disappear.

  • Even if you believe the President has not presented his case very well after the November elections, you should admit that it is important that election irregularities be brought out into the open and that any actions that compromised the integrity of the 2020 elections be dealt with.    

  • I highly recommend that each of you review the 2005 Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform report and that you help get the word out to your friends and neighbors.  Feel free to call or email with comments or questions.

  • Thanks,
  • Les


And now for some news….

TEA Party / Nationalism Movement

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  • "No. Some things, like First Principles, are worth fighting for. This fight is worth it. This isn’t about Donald Trump. This is about the bitter, clinging, deplorable, smelly, chumps who go to work every day in jobs that aren’t glamorous. The factory workers, truck drivers, plumbers, electricians, and small business owners who are struggling in this pandemic. These people were working the backsides off while the ruling class was plotting to steal the election."

  • This Fight Is Not About Donald Trump

  • Trumpism Is On the March

  • America is a Nation of Rogues

  • Prepare...


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National Debt / Its the Spending, Stupid!

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  • "While it was spending a record amount of money in the first two months of this fiscal year, the federal government was collecting less in taxes than in the first two months of the last fiscal year. Total tax revenues declined from $476,234,610,000 in the first two months of fiscal 2020 to $457,251,000,000 in the first two months of this fiscal year. The $457,251,000,000 collected in the first two months of this fiscal year was the lowest (in constant November 2020 dollars) since fiscal 2017, when the Treasury collected $454,537,370,000 (in constant November 2020 dollars)."

  • Federal Spending Sets Record Through November; Deficit Second-Highest Ever

Patriotism / America First

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First Amendment / Freedom of Speech / Freedom of Religion

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  • "Ott-Sacks added that her superintendent, Barbara Russell, 'decided that the First Amendment Freedom of Speech has no place in public schools and that teachers and administrators are unfit to serve if they hold and express political beliefs that are right of center.'  She continued, according to the report: I am reaching out to you today to share with you that as Principal of Evergreen Elementary School I was terminated because I expressed right of center political views – PRIVATELY. Political memes caused me to lose my job. Nothing that I did was even borderline unacceptable – they were simply political viewpoints."

  • Principal Fired for Posting She'd Rather Vote for a Potato than Joe Biden

  • Big tech is 'coming after free speech'

Second Amendment / Right to Keep and Bear Arms

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  • "Bringing a fake gun to school is not at all the same thing as briefly and accidentally allowing a fake gun to be glimpsed on a computer screen.  During these very difficult and stressful times for parents and families, the last thing schools should be doing is inflexibly applying overly punitive rules. The pandemic is no excuse to broaden the public school system's zone of authority into people's homes."

  • School Board Won’t Reverse Fourth-Grader’s Suspension for BB Gun Incident During Virtual School

Corruption / Rule of Law

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National Sovereignty / Border Security / Illegal Alien Invasion

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  • "The ruling briefly put DACA back in the headlines, with most news outlets framing the judge’s order as a defeat for the departing Trump administration and a victory for Democrats and the “Dreamers.” But the media’s preferred narrative ignores the truth about DACA, an Obama-era program created by bureaucratic fiat in direct violation of the Constitution’s separation of powers."

  • How Judges And Democrats Colluded To Force DACA On Americans

Conservatism / Capitalism

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  • "The reflexive explanation for the national court's current inconsistency is that constitutional disputes are not supposed to be hashed out between states.  Instead, such disagreements are the purview of the national Department of Justice.  According to that reasoning, the federal DOJ may intervene when the Constitution is blatantly violated, as it did to prevent black children from being barred from entering unconstitutionally segregated Southern public schools in the 1950s and 1960s.  So where has the DOJ been amid the revelation of massive fraud in the 2020 election?  If you say "silent," you've been paying attention.  One might say absent without leave."

  • SCOTUS opens up a constitutional can of worms

Anarchy / Communism / Socialism / Creeping Socialism

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  • "There is an entire generation, multiple generations really, that have been taught that capitalism is evil and that socialism and communism are the answer to all of society’s problems.  These mindless drones have issued forth like locusts from our colleges and universities to spread their madness around the country.  No longer do they mature out of this idiocy as they encounter the harsh realities of life like they once might have.  No, partly because of social media that censors any facts that threaten their myopic worldview and partly because their parents have raised them in a world where they are never challenged, these snowflakes are very unlikely to ever see the horrifying truth about socialism."

  • Can We Survive the Coming Socialism?

  • New Report Traces Critical Race Theory’s Marxist Roots And How It Went Mainstream

Information Denial / Censorship / Social Media Censorship

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Deception / Propaganda / Social Engineering

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Attacks Against Conservatives

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Elections / Vote Integrity

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

King George TEA Party
King George, Virginia