Plus, North Dakota: non-citizens can vote if they say they’re citizens
by Jon Rappoport
October 30, 2022
I’m writing this hours after the SF police arrested David DePape for attacking Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer at the Pelosi home in San Francisco. DePape was looking for Nancy.
Early reporting on these cases is always revealing. You see which news narratives and threads are being put out for public consumption.
Some narratives will fade; others will gain force.
Depape was, years ago, a San Francisco pro-nudist. He marched in a parade protesting “anti-nudism.” (Is he an old hippie?)
He’s posted anti-Semitic comments. And “rants” about elites running the media. And comments critical of official COVID policy. These threads could be worked into: OBVIOUSLY HE’S ON THE POLITICAL RIGHT ATTACKING A DEMOCRAT.
And by implication: If you criticize elites or COVID policy, you must be a) deranged and b) an inciter of violence.
Another thread: This attack illustrates how people can be “influenced by online content” to commit violence.
Therefore, social media and government must clamp down harder on misinformation and disinformation.
Still another thread: all the crazy violence is being committed by the Right against the Left.
As you can see, the strategy is basically, “Let’s trot out as many anti-Right narratives as we can, throw them against the wall, and see what sticks.”
A couple of tidbits now being reported which may or may not remain on the news: DePape attacked Pelosi WHILE the cops were IN THE HOUSE; DePape took the hammer away from Pelosi. Clearly, we would want to know more about these purported facts.
Questions to which we may never obtain answers: What drugs, if any, were in DePape’s system at the time of the attack? Was he under the care of a doctor who was prescribing psychiatric drugs? SSRI antidepressants, which are known to push people over the edge into committing violence? 10-20 years ago, a few alert mainstream reporters pushed for information about psychiatric drugs in mass-shooter cases. Not anymore.
OK. Now for the still-wider implications. The mainstream news stories write themselves:
ALL ELECTED LEADERS ARE NOW IN DANGER. WE MUST CLAMP DOWN EVERYWHRE.
TAKE ALL GUNS AWAY.
KEEP THE JANUARY 6 HEARINGS GOING. WE MUSY ROOT OUT ALL VIOLENT INSURRECTIONISTS WHO ATTACK GOVERNMENT.
“DANGEROUS DISINFORMATION” MUST INCLUDE A WIDER RANGE OF INFORMATION AND OPINION.
The hullabaloo surrounding the Pelosi attack story can provide a smokescreen for vote fraud in the upcoming midterms. “You say the election was fixed? You’re spreading…you’re inciting violence.” If Kari Lake loses in AZ and says she wants a recount and an investigation? “Lake is a MAGA inciter. She’s covertly calling for violence. Shut her down. There will be no recount. People who want recounts are violent people…”
The Pelosi story could be blown up into a mini 9/11. “The nation is in greater danger than we even suspected. We must have tighter checks at transport hubs. Anyone with Russian connections should be detained and questioned…”
And this leads to side-threads like, “You want to verify people’s ID before allowing them to vote? You must be one of those racist MAGA lunatics who want to commit violence against immigrants…”
ELECTION OFFICIAL MAY NOT REQUIRE A VOTER TO PROVIDE PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP
On October 26, North Dakota Attorney General, Drew Wrigley, released this statement: “If an individual states he or she is a United States citizen, the election official must take the individual at his or her word.”
I have a theory. Statements like these are tests. How much absurdity will people swallow?
“I know the AG sounds insane, but he must have a good reason…”
Meanwhile, we have this:
“Hi, I’m Joe. I’m here to vote. I have no US ID, but I’m a citizen.”
“That’s fine, Joe. First booth on the left over there.”
“The plane from Venezuela got in late last night.”
“Shut up, Joe. You’re not doing yourself any good. Just vote.”
Illegals aren’t illegal. The fact that they want to be Americans makes them citizens.
Actually, why bother with emigrating? We can set up voting precincts in Mexico, El Salvador, Somalia, Yemen. People can cast their ballots in US elections there.
Saves a lot of time and trouble.
We define “later” as “now.”
US immigration lawyer: “You see, all these migrants will eventually become American citizens. So what’s the difference? Let’s just say they’re already citizens. It makes sense, when you think about it.”
The new philosophy: Borders don’t exist. They’re fictions. So the whole idea of citizenship has been a con since the beginning. Right? Anybody can be anybody. You can be a Brazilian or a Turk. But if you say you’re an American and you came here from someplace else, there are welfare perks. You can’t get those perks in Brazil or Turkey.
We’re generous. America is now a fire sale.
But wait. There’s more. If you come here from Mexico and you say you’re a pregnant man, you’ll get a ticker tape parade down Broadway in NY.
A photo of your uterus will appear on the cover of the New England Journal of Medicine.
—What North Dakota AG Drew Wrigley did was: unsecure the vote in his state; open the door to fraud; back down from his sworn responsibility. He should be fired on the spot and sent packing. He can count his lucky stars no criminal charges are being filed against him. Because the governor of North Dakota, Doug Burgum, has no courage.
It’s open season on vote fraud in North Dakota. Welcome to the New Normal.