November 12, 2018

Ted Cruz & election fraud: Leopards don’t change their spots

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 12:12 pm

People may think that I don’t like the Republican Party — but actually I really am quite a big fan. Why? Because the GOP changed my whole life! Have you ever experienced that special “Come to Jesus” moment when suddenly that new path that your life needs to take suddenly becomes crystal clear? I have. And I owe my entire “Road to Damascus” experience to Republicans.

Remember when George W. Bush stole the 2000 presidential election (we coulda had Al Gore, avoided 9-11 and not lost the “war” on Iraq if only more Americans had protested this fraud)? That is how I became one of the world’s first bloggers — because those dirty election-stealing Repugs actually got me that pissed off. And I currently have over two thousand blog-post articles to prove it. Thank you, Repugs!

And now, 18 years later, the Republicans are still pissing me off — and they are still out there stealing our elections as well.

So? What’s my point here? Let’s just take a look at the logic involved in the recent Senate race in Texas to see where I’m going with this. Beto O’Rourke is an honest likable candidate, a third-generation Texan with a proven track record and a fabulous grassroots campaigner. Ted Cruz looks and acts like Count Chocula, represents the worse interests of Texans, takes millions in Wall Street PAC money, runs a dirty campaign and has a dismal record of being in the pockets of every single lobbyist in DC that you would ever want to hate. Yet Ted Cruz “won” the election. What’s wrong with this picture?

I simply don’t know how Cruz managed to pull off a win. But knowing the history of Republican election “wins” like I do, there has to be some sort of hanky-panky going on. Leopards just don’t change their spots.

Listed below are some of my more popular theories about what happened in Texas on November 6, 2018:

1. Cruz flat-out flipped the vote. Easy to do. We already know that Dallas County was using illegal wi-fi equipment on election premises — the easier to hack voting machines with. Plus Dallas County’s voting chaos on election day looked like something designed by SNL.

2. ES&S voting machines were involved in this election — always a bad sign. They are totally hackable. So easy that even Sheldon Adelson, some unnamed Saudi prince or a 12-year-old kid with a modem can figure it out.

3. Lies. Cruz’s attack ads were horrendous. I would be embarrassed to see children watching these ads. Ugly lies. And Cruz also lied about himself. “Tough for Texans”? Ha. More like “Tough on Texans — but easy on Ted’s bank account”. The guy used to be a DC lobbyist before he suddenly became a “populist”. You do the math.

4. This one is my favorite — and you heard it here first. I think. Beto had thousands of volunteers working on his campaign. School teachers, librarians, millennials, retiree, me. There were thousands of us. Cruz only had 18 (eighteen) paid staff members working for him.

“So how did he run his campaign?” you might ask. He didn’t. Governor Greg Abbott ran it for him. Wha?

Did Cruz and Abbott criminally break the law by using Texas state funds, employees, time and money to try to elect Cruz? Most likely. We already know that Republicans, like petulant two-year-olds, simply cannot resist temptation when it comes to getting their own way. But isn’t something like that criminally illegal? And isn’t anybody but me gonna ask any questions about that?

5. Texas presumes to be a Christian state, right? So no Texan who has ever read (and understood) the Bible and who wants to be a good Christian would ever even think about voting for Cruz — whose Golden Rule seems to be, “What’s mine is mine. And what’s yours is mine too.” So if no true Christians voted for Ted, then who did? What would Jesus do? Chase the money-changers out of the voting booth!

6. How come so many people voted down-ballot for Democrats but still chose to vote up-ballot for Cruz? It just doesn’t make sense unless the voting machines were hacked. Something Baskerville-ish is going on here, Watson. The game is afoot. And apparently the dice are loaded too.

7. Cruz used to be a professional lobbyist. His whole freaking job used to be to manipulate the will of the American people to do his own bidding. Why would he stop now — now, when he so desperately wants to get his hands into the Senate cookie jar (again)?

So. Let’s review. Did Cruz actually steal the 2018 Texas senate election or not? I think yes.

Republicans have proven time and again that they just can’t resist the temptation to tamper with our American election process. Putin is being wrongly accused of hacking our vote. The Republicans did it! Again and again and again. So why would Cruz and his Repug pals change their spots now? There was just too much to lose. “Some will rob you with a six-gun, some with a fountain pen….”

November 7, 2018

Vote flipping: How come Beto SUDDENLY lost?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 7:53 pm

There we all were, all 5,000 of us, gathered together in Chihuahua stadium in El Paso, Texas — getting ready to celebrate victory for Beto O’Rouke. It seemed like a sure thing. “It’s neck and neck,” the news commentators had just told us, “only with Beto a little bit ahead.”

No problem. The only votes left to be counted came from El Paso, a Democrat stronghold and Beto’s home town. “We got this,” everyone said. Well. Everyone was wrong.

Suddenly, from out of nowhere, Ted Cruz had won! “Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, shame on you.” How could Texas voters possibly be foolish enough to RE-elect Ted Cruz! It just didn’t make sense.

And Beto is too nice a guy not to concede.

And here’s me, in the crowd, screaming “DEMAND A RECOUNT!!!!” But no one was listening. Everyone was crying too hard. Even me.

Image result for jane stillwater And now I’m completely heartbroken. Six more years of that Addams Family wannabe? The O.G. himself? We’re doomed. Texas is doomed. America is doomed.

If Cruz had lost, he would have shrugged his shoulders and said, “Fine. I’ll just go live in the Caymans and count all those millions I scored from all those lobbyists. Fine.”

But this is never to be. And now myself and all of El Paso are heartbroken. Goodbye cruel world. I’m giving up politics forever. It’s just too painful to watch evil people win and good people lose — again and again and again.

So here’s my next question. Why do Americans allow their elections to be stolen again and again and again? Are they just stoopid — or merely brainwashed? Or don’t they even care?

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November 5, 2018

My report from El Paso: Beto’s grassroots campaign is AMAZING!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 10:49 am

Yesterday I probably walked at least ten freaking miles, all over freaking El Paso, arguably the friendliest city in America. Here’s me, out campaigning for Beto O’Rourke for U.S. Senate, all looking as chic as a Kardashian in my new “Beto for Texas” T-shirt. But what impressed me most here is the height, width and depth of this campaign. Beto’s volunteers must have knocked on every single door and talked with every single voter in Texas. At least twice.

Good grief, I surely do hope that Beto wins this election. Why? Because the alternative is just too ghastly to even contemplate — six more years of Ted Cruz in the Senate. The O.G. himself, wheeling and dealing his little heart out to make sure that our grandchildren will become extinct. Yikes!

Old Gangsta Cruz is running a dirty campaign here. You should see his commercials! “Tough for Texas!” Yeah, right. At one point Cruz even actually accuses Beto of liking Bernie Sanders! Heaven forbid. And, like Trump, Cruz happily dog-whistles to his base — which apparently consists of old fossils, old dinosaurs and his fellow OGs who don’t seem to realize that the world as we think we know it has already come to an end and that all we can do now is evolve or die.

That’s serious stuff, Ted.

Arse-kissing billionaires just isn’t enough any more, Ted.

Time for Texas to get off the dinosaur train and vote for Beto O’Rourke!

PS: Here are some possible campaign slogans for Beto that I thought up all by my self.

“Ted Cruz is tough on Texans — but easy on billionaires in New York and DC.”

“Beto O’Rourke stands up for the hard-working men and women of Texas. Ted Cruz only stands up for billionaires on Wall Street and war profiteers in DC.”

PPS: Now if only Beto would actually man up and buck the horrifying riptide of Israeli neo-con AIPAC influence on our elections, he’d be just about perfect in my eyes. But, hey, no American politician ever does that. Sigh.

PPPS: I walked over to Juarez yesterday — and have the T-shirt to prove it!


Stop Wall Street and War Street from destroying our world. And while you’re at it, please buy my books.

November 1, 2018

Pittsburgh & Gaza vs. the Holocaust industry

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jane Stillwater @ 4:17 pm

Author’s note: I started writing this article on the Nazi Holocaust industry over a month ago, long before the tragic horror of the Pittsburgh synagogue hate crime stunned our nation. I’m not sure where to take it from here. From Auschwitz to Gaza to Pittsburgh, I just keep getting more and more horrified by man’s inhumanity to man.

There’s a very famous Nazi Holocaust museum in Washington DC right now. There’s an excellent Nazi Holocaust museum in Terre Haute, Indiana, of all places. There’s one in St. Petersburg, Florida. There’s a Nazi Holocaust center and a Nazi Holocaust memorial in San Francisco too.

There’s also a Nazi Holocaust museum in New York City, El Paso, Tucson, Atlanta, New Orleans, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami, Ann Arbor, Boston, Maine, Mississippi, St. Louis, Albuquerque, Nebraska, Cincinnati, Portland, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Milwaukee and Virginia. There’s even one here in my own home town.

And it seems like approximately every tenth film made in Hollywood involves a Nazi Holocaust story. And PBS seems to feature at least one Nazi Holocaust-themed program a week.

However, members of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh never needed a memorial to the grim Nazi Holocaust to remind them of what it is like to be a refugee, a victim of persecution, a stranger in a strange land. They only had to remember what happened to their own parents or grandparents back in Nazi Germany — or what happened in their very own synagogue last week.

Members of the Tree of Life Synagogue have created their very own Nazi Holocaust memorial — in their hearts.

These observant Jews weren’t just satisfied with honoring past Nazi Holocaust victims. They also wanted to help people who are currently trapped in their own modern-day Holocausts as well. “Never forget.” And they haven’t.

By helping living refugees from today’s modern Holocausts find a better, safer way of life, they have memorialized the past by honoring the present and the future.

And for their humane and compassionate perspective regarding the plight of victims of the world’s many new Holocausts, some neo-Nazi madman gunned 11 of them down in cold blood.

But over in Israel, things are quite different. The whole idea of compassion and of holding out a helping hand to victims of mass murder and genocide? That idea apparently came to a total dead stop back in 1946. Far too many Israelis today seem to have totally forgotten what it was like during the Nazi Holocaust — even despite all the museums, books, movies and hype. Israelis, even though they have become the top CEOs of the current Holocaust industry, seem to be the ones who have forgotten the Nazi Holocaust most.

“Never forget.” Never forget what it was like to be hunted, slaughtered, worked to death, starved to death, thrown into concentration camps, gassed and buried in mass unmarked graves. Yet in Israel, all that stuff has already been completely forgotten. And the American military-industrial complex also supports building and maintaining as many Nazi Holocaust museums as possible over here too — but never, ever supports the true spirit of preventing rabid Holocausts in the future

Let’s take the current bloody and inhuman Holocaust in Gaza for example. The only real difference between the past chilling Nazi Holocaust at Auschwitz and the current chilling Israeli Holocaust at Gaza is that the Nazis who murdered Jews by the thousands did it with gas chambers — and then hauled their victims’ dead bodies off to mass unmarked graves.

Victims of the Gaza Holocaust, however, are mostly slaughtered by bombs dropped from 10,000 feet in the air. Israelis don’t even have to get their hands dirty with burying the dead.

How easily it appears to be for so many Americans and Israelis these days to forget what it was like to be actual victims of the horrors of mass extermination — even despite all their Nazi Holocaust films and museums. The people of Gaza, however, are never being allowed to forget.

So. Now let’s get philosophical here for a moment, okay? What exactly is the point of having governments anyway? To constantly create even more and better genocidal Holocausts and to turn its citizens into madmen and killing machines? I think not.

The philosopher Aristotle once stated that the purpose of government is to create broad opportunities that allow every one of its citizens to have every chance to live up to their fullest potential.

At this point in time, however, both America and Israel seem to be creating more than their fair share of opportunities to create even bigger and more horrid Holocausts like the ones in Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Libya, Afghanistan, Congo, Chile and Yemen — and also to breed more and more violent bigots.

In Israel, its citizens are strongly encouraged to become violent bigots — while Palestinians are being offered only two choices. Either they can become obsequious slaves to the state until they die alone and afraid — or else be forced to rebel.

And here in America as well, the fine art of creating fully-realized human beings appears to be the very least of our corporate-owned government’s goals. Instead, America’s goal right now seems to be the enthusiastic creation of even more haters, greedy bastards with no souls, ruthless imperialists, pipe bombers, mass shooters and fascists.

And what is even worse is that both Israel’s and America’s Holocaust industries are somehow managing to claim that the Pittsburgh tragedy and the Gaza Holocaust are all about the minor inconveniences suffered by the actual creators of these horrors — and not about its true victims.

PS: On a lighter note, here’s link to a video showing a U.S. Army general about to cream his jeans at the mere thought of finally being allowed to play with all his war toys here on American soil.

Not since the Civil War have so many armed men been set loose to run berserk through the American countryside. With this level of craziness afoot, things are bound to turn ugly. And pond-scum like the Pittsburgh shooter are just gonna love it.

PPS: I’m actually going to be in El Paso when all this stupid shite actually goes down. Should make for some hecka interesting sight-seeing.

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