By We the People
To We the People – In follow-up to our discussion yesterday about voting machines (and peoples “trust” in them), this 27-minute video by Rasmussen Reports (narrated by Mark Mitchell, head pollster for the ONLY polling firm asking questions about voter fraud), summarizes election integrity poll results and highlights how much (Rep / Dem / Ind) voter responses changed from Jan 2020 to December 2021. It’s quite fascinating and worth watching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MfUif3sQgw
Perhaps even more stunning is this new 5-minute Rasmussen Report video which shows current (June 2023) poll reports on the same topic. It’s really amazing (and our legislators should pay attention to this) 56% say it’s at least somewhat or very likely that state and federal officials are ignoring evidence of widespread voter fraud. Moreover, nearly half of democrats think state and federal officials are covering up evidence of widespread voter fraud. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUTGOIUX97A
Last week I sent you a list of documentaries produced by Mr. Truthbomb. Not intending to be redundant, those documentaries uncovered the events that led to the assassinations of General George S. Patton, James Forrestal (the last US Secretary of the Navy and first US Secretary of Defense), and Senator Joe McCarthy. Whether you watched these documentaries or not, I strongly suggest you take 10-minutes to read this Substack article by Eric Carlson which ties all three of these assassinations together with the assassination of JFK and the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan—each of whom were focused on fighting Communism, as is Trump (although now we call it Wokeism, so no one will catch on to the plot to destroy America until it’s too late). It’s an excellent read: https://badlands.substack.com/p/trump-jfk-patton-and-mccarthy?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email
OK, now all this craziness has gone too far. According to Monkey Werx’ newsletter from yesterday: “Brace for ‘Chocolateflation’ as Cocoa Prices Soar”
Global cocoa prices have surged by 44% in the past nine months, reaching seven-year highs, as the cocoa bean deficit worsens for the second consecutive year. The deficit has led to unusually low cocoa stocks, raising concerns among market analysts. Principal Research Analyst Sergey Chetvertakov warns that the El Nino weather phenomenon may exacerbate the global supply shortage, especially in West Africa, where cocoa production is primarily concentrated. With about 60% of the world’s cocoa production in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana, prices could potentially reach $3,600 later this year. The rising costs have prompted chocolate producers to raise prices, and the cocoa market anticipates increased buying from manufacturers. The situation is further exacerbated by record-high sugar prices and robust coffee prices due to global shortages, contributing to inflation concerns.
Yikes! What’s this world coming to?
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