The Morning Brew: Data Dominates Day Two, and Jeopardy Gets Two New Hosts!

By Al Perrotta Published on August 12, 2021

Happy Thursday,

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Day Two of Cyber Symposium: Lots of Meat From the Techno Geeks

“I’ll take ‘election fraud’ for 2020, Mayim,” (or Mike Perkins, if you prefer. See below, if you don’t know what I’m talking about.)

Yesterday afternoon, we published a special “Afternoon Brew,” featuring an update from Day Two of Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium.

Highlights included evidence from multiple states that Dominion (and contractors) have been erasing data. Swing state Wisconsin being one of them. The message to state legislatures was clear. Do not let anybody update software or change batteries unless you get a forensic image of the machines first.

Comparing forensic images is how to discover dirty business, such as emerged in Mesa County, Colorado yesterday. Seems a batch file was added to their EMS server in October that deliberately weakened the security of the Dominion machines. Who ordered it added? The only reason you do that is to make it easier for someone to hack into the election. Don’t we need to know if that same batch file was added anywhere else? Isn’t that a must?

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, a former Senate candidate in Massachusetts, gave a strong presentation of the “domestic censorship infrastructure.” A flow chart of organizations and individuals and government entities that work in harmony to block information harmful to the cause.

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai (right) with Mike Lindell during his presentation on Day Two of the Cyber Symposium. He’s showing a chart revealing the system created by government entities, progressive organizations and individuals and Big Tech to quash information.

Did you know Twitter has a portal that allows state government officials with “Twitter Partner Status” to directly have Twitter flag and delete content they dislike? Dr. Shiva himself was targeted by the Massachusetts Secretary of State office. (Details here.)

A run by through of 10 “predictors” of 2020 outcome by Seth Keshel was captivating. For example, Republicans out-registered Democrats from 2016-2020 by 21-1 in Pennsylvania. Yet, they say Biden won Pennsylvania? How about Trump’s record gains with minorities? Biden’s “landslide” resulted in Democrats losing 13 House seats.

With slide after slide, data crunch after data crunch, the feasibility of a legitimate Biden win slips away.

You can still catch up with Day 2 because a re-run is airing until 9 a.m. Central.

You can see Day 3 live at FrankSpeech.com, LindellTV.com, RSBN is carrying it live as well at RSBNnetwork.TV.

Huh? Same White House That’s Castrating American Oil Production Urges OPEC to Pump More?

Makes perfect sense. Declare war on America’s oil industry. Shut down construction of the Keystone Pipeline. Reverse Trump efforts to open more federal land for drilling.

Then six months later beg OPEC to pump more oil.

But that’s just what the White House is doing.

Sen. John Cornyn of Texas had the perfect response: “It’s pretty simple: if the President is suddenly worried about rising gas prices, he needs to stop killing our own energy production here on American soil.”

Bye-Bye, Nancy?

Nancy Pelosi is going to hang up her Speaker’s gavel after the 2022 Election, The Atlantic is reporting. Well, yeah, certainly if the GOP takes over the House.

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But even if the House remains in the Democrat hands, The Atlantic says she’s stepping down. Her replacement? Most likely Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York.

Why? Because Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and Majority Whip Jim Clyburn are in their 80s. As is Pelosi. Which has me wondering: Does Pelosi really want to retire as Speaker? Or is The Atlantic giving her — and for that matter, Hoyer and Clyburn — the Justice Stephen Breyer treatment?

Hello, New Jeopardy Hosts

The clue is “These two people have been named as the new hosts of Jeopardy.”

“Who are Mike Richards and Mayim Bialik?”

After an intense search and endless debate, Jeopardy has announced who will be replacing the late great Alex Trebek as host of the game show. Trebek was so good, they needed two people. Longtime Executive Producer Mike Richards and actress-scientist Mayim Bialik.

Richards will be hosting the daytime syndicated version of Jeopardy, while Bialik will host any prime time Jeopardy specials that come along.

Congrats to them!

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Have a great day!

 

Al Perrotta is the Managing Editor of The Stream, chief barista for The Morning Brew and co-author, with John Zmirak, of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration. You can follow him at @StreamingAl at Gab, Parler, MeWe and now GETTR.

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