December 16, 2016

Borscht v. Burrito

So, what nation had the most influence on our Presidential elections? Russia or Mexico?

The Senate Intelligence Committee demanded that the CIA produce the evidence proving that Russia made deliberate efforts to influence the out come of last November's elections. The CIA has refused.
( - An attempt by Congress to find out more about Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election hit a brick wall last night, when U.S. intelligence agencies refused a request to brief the House intelligence committee today (Thursday) on the cyber-attacks.
Nevertheless, the current administration and the MSM is pursuing this story as if Moses just came down from Mt. Sinai with the evidence engraved in stone.

There are counterclaims, There is evidence suggesting that there was a massive influx of illegal aliens who cast ballots in the election.
Investigators found the voter after examining “jury excusal” forms where a person said they couldn’t serve because they were not U.S. Citizens. They took those names and found dozens of those people in the database of Florida registered voters.

Since investigators only checked a very small sample of jury forms, one can only imagine how many thousands, or tens of thousands of illegals statewide who may have voted since the Motor Voter law was passed in 1993. Non-citizen voting is a Federal felony.
On one hand we have a simple process that can produce the actual numbers of illegal voters from official state databases verifying the claim that illegal immigration has corrupted the political process in America. Unfortunately the political elites and the MSM will not lend credence to these efforts .

On the other hand,we have a claim that a foreign power  has had an even greater influence on the election and the intelligence agencies maintaining this fiction refuse to provide the proof that has been requested by other government officials responsible for ascertaining appropriate government oversight. Yet the political elites and the media have accepted this fiction.

And then again,borscht never gave me the runs.

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