Last week, when Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger publicly supported ERIC after it was tossed out of Florida, West Virginia, and Missouri, we issued the Raffensperger Challenge. The Raffensperger Challenge is the application of Fractal analysis to any entity that currently uses ERIC. This week, we finished the first, in Washoe County, Nevada.
Brad Raffensperger says anyone outing ERIC is "extremist." Today, two more extremists joined in: the secretaries of state of Iowa and Ohio. Looks like lots of extremists showing up for work. Is there anyone in politics who believes that elected officials in the two most benign states of Iowa and Ohio are extremist? It is more like an attack of the moderates — as if moderates could attack anything.
We compared the address on the tax roll with the names and addresses on the voter roll:
- People registered in vacant lots: over 4,200
- Registered in hotels: over 2,000
- Registered in parking lots: over 2,500
- Registered in R.V. parks: 1,600
Amazing how voter rolls — cleaned by ERIC — grow voters like barnacles in hotels and vacant lots up to an even-year election date — then they disappear afterward. This is in the data!..........To Read More....
My Take -Heterodoxy isn't for the faint of heart. Having the courage to stand against the current and tell the world, "you're all wrong and I going to tell you why", takes guts, fortitude, the willingness to be attacked unmercifully, unendingly, and caring little for being liked. That's rare, and so I've instituted an new accolade for those who demonstrate public courage and fortitude. Men and women who have the courage to stand against the tide, to be the rock in the current. Willing to stand for truth, justice and the American way. I'm calling it the John Boyd Legion of Honor, To Be or To Do: Which Way Will You Go?
And since I've created this honor, I decide who receives it. Jay Valentine is my recipient of the John Boyd Legion of Honor. Kudos Jay!