So, Now They Tell Us

Time Magazine “broke” the story the other day that Trump and all us Trumpkins were correct. The election was stolen.

A month or so ago, I published a piece where I mentioned that Gail and I had “had awoken to a third-world banana republic on November 4th.”  Where things like “stealing votes was now par for the course” because, “tout le monde“! “All the world is doing it!”
And how from a “from a purely cynical standpoint, the utter brazenness of the steal was a sight to behold” because “it was as sophisticated as a plan as anything out of the old Mission: Impossible series”?
I talked about “harvesting for ballots” and how the Dems bought “just enough secretaries of state in certain key swing states to get “some judges to change the election laws willy-nilly” and then “America’s election laws were rejiggered to make election fraud easier via mail-in ballots.”  And, finally, I said, “by hook or by crook, they came up with just enough [votes] to beat Trump” and they may have “outplayed us if the country falls for this latest farce”.
Well, it looks like Time agrees with me. Their take on it is slightly different from mine, but we are in agreement that it happened, as I said it happened.  It was a steal, plain and simple.
Oh sure, they didn’t actually use that word; they said that “corporate interests” working with the government and unions, “fortified” the election so that Trump couldn’t claim victory. (By the way, there’s a word for that, too.  It’s called “fascism”.)

“Fortified!” What a hoot!

We could have had so much fun with this! “I didn’t steal that car, I merely hijacked it for the time being because the driver is a known alcoholic.”

Or how about this one: “I don’t steal artwork, I deal in ‘high-risk acquisitions’.”

Of course the all-time best one is, “Honey, this isn’t what it looks like.”  [Editor Note:  Don’t even try it, George.]

You see, our “betters” know better than us. That’s why they’re our betters! See how that works. So, in order to prevent us from making the same “mistake” we made in 2016, they decided to game the electoral system, the better to protect us from ourselves. I mean, c’mon, this thing about elections is not to be taken seriously, otherwise, why would you need us”?

So, now the cat is out of the bag. This begs the question, though: Why did they admit that they actually rigged the election? My guess is that they felt that they had to.  That what’s coming down the pike is going to be huge, as in explosively huge. So, they decided to do what in public relations terms is called “getting in front of the story”.

Ted Kennedy did that back in 1969 when he decided to put on a neck brace for Mary Jo Kopechne’s funeral. Another example I vividly remember from 2004, was when a Greek tabloid splashed a photo on its cover of the First Lady of Greece cavorting in the nude with another couple. (It was full-frontal, in case you were wondering.) Within forty-eight hours she was photographed making a pilgrimage to a remote woman’s monastery, demurely dressed head-to-toe in black, with scarf and all; the very picture of piety.

No doubt, you all can think of some other examples. It’s all a crock. People who engage in this kind of behavior never fully recover from the shame. If you run a media empire, though, the loss in credibility is enduring. CBS never recovered from Dan Rather’s fall from grace in 2004. Likewise NBC, when it purposely put explosives on a Ford pick-up truck in order to make sure that it exploded.

Truth be told, President Trump did a lot of memetic damage to the American media complex when he called them “fake news”. He did it in public and pointed to the cameras when he said it.  He might as well have been a wizard who casting a spell on them, causing them to shrivel. (Think of what happened to the Wicked Witch of the West at the end of The Wizard of Oz.)

Because here’s the thing: if one runs a journalistic enterprise, credibility is the only currency one has.

I saw this two weeks ago on brazen display on the George Stephanopoulos’ show when he was interviewing Sen Rand Paul. Stephanopoulos was genuinely hurt that Paul wasn’t buying the mainstream narrative that the election wasn’t stolen. First, he was insistent, then when he asked him again, you could sense that he was outraged. The third time, he was genuinely hurt. His voice rose each and every time in which he asked, then demanded that Sen Paul had no choice but to agree with him.

After all, he’s George Stephanopoulos.

It was almost as if he were a hormonal fourteen-year-old girl who found out that her boyfriend had given his letterman’s jacket to another girl. “No! It’s not true! Kayden really loves me, not Amber!” I half-expected him to burst out in tears.

Now, I’m not unsympathetic. I remember when I found out that there wasn’t a Santa Claus. I sulked for days. My world had come crashing down. Of course, I was a kid, but that’s another story. (And don’t ask me how I felt when I found out how babies were made!)

To be sure, our betters and their sycophants who make up the Fake News Industrial Complex did what they could to fight back. Unfortunately, they failed. The jig, as they old saying goes, is up. Trump deprived Biden of the legitimacy that is part of the the grand American civic liturgy. And he never conceded.

Why should he? After all, the election was stolen. Time admitted it. (Their story is below.)

So, to all of you who thought that the mainstream media had things all buttoned up with a pretty bow on top, you might want to watch the following video. The much-maligned Mike Lindell, the “MyPillow” guy, put together the following documentary. (Spoiler alert: he has all the details buttoned up with a pretty bow on top.)



  1. Jane Tzilvelis says

    An unelected power structure has taken the reigns of government. Need I say more?

  2. “Three things cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon and the truth.” – Siddhartha

    It was only a matter of time. One cannot suppress that much evidence in the digital age. You’re right too that they’re probably trying to get ahead of bigger stories about the steal. Some of the Supreme Court cases will be coming out in the fall. Lindell’s video is viral. Dominion and Smartmatic opened a can of worms with their lawsuits.

    No way to contain the worst political scandal, by far, in US history. And that’s really saying something after the Russia Hoax and the Plannedemic.

    If they reform voter i.d. and election law in the swing states, this may bury the Dems in 2022/2024. Maybe Trump will found a media empire and broadcast it 24/7.

  3. It seems that the truth is coming out from all angles:

    Those who colluded to steal the election FULLY DO BELIEVE that they were doing the right thing. Same as those who murdered the Tsarist Royal family believed they were doing the right thing, as Mao felt he was doing the right thing, as AOC and her handlers fully believe in their ideological righteousness, as most ideologues believe that their actions are morally righteous.

    Most of these leftists live more or less online and in leftist enclaves, thus they NEVER encounter anyone who challenges their worldview. It’s very true that most leftists don’t know ANYONE who voted for Trump, because those people are self-selected out of their social circles.

    I think that they truly do believe that they “saved” democracy by rigging and election. Makes absolutely no sense. You cannot honorably “pass” a math test by “cheating” on it.

    Their presupposition is that Trump and his movement are bad for the country, and therefore he and his movement must be squashed by any means necessary. It’s classic utilitarianism — “the ends justify the means.” (Which, by the way, is not a Christian approach to anything.)

    Problem is, 75+ million Americans (probably well more than 80 million Americans, if the votes were counted properly) DO NOT AGREE that Trump and his movement are bad for the country. Not liking his style is not the same as thinking he is a bad leader, though progressive leftists usually conflate the two.

    I call it the “brain surgeon” test — I don’t care if my brain surgeon is crass, I just want him to do a good job. That’s how most Trump supporters view Trump.

    The left simply doesn’t get this phenomenon — they presuppose that being avuncular and pleasant in public (how they portray folks like Obama, Romney, or Biden) are mandatory prerequisites for the Presidency. Job performance as President counts a distant second, if it matters to them at all.

    Since most leftists literally don’t know anyone who voted for Trump, then of course they want to gloat with each other in their victory in one of their periodicals of record. How many Trump voters read Time Magazine? I’m guessing less than 5-10%.

    So it’s a circular argument. The left is gloating in one of their periodicals of record about what they did. They don’t care about anyone outside their group, and others have well-detailed that the media and our politicians of record DO NOT CARE TO UNDERSTAND how 80 million American voters do not agree with the presupposition that Trump Was Bad For The Country.

    To me, that’s the big piece — that our national media and politicians of record do not care to understand more than half of the electorate that they allegedly serve.

    They literally do want those who fundamentally disagree with the presupposition that Trump Was Bad For The Country to go away, shut up, or be invisible. Sorry, ain’t happening.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      That Time Magazine piece is so bogus. The accompanying picture in the article shows a bunch of young people purportedly in Philadelphia on 11/7 celebrating the Biden win. They’re all dressed in summer clothes and it was was around 55F.

      • You may have been looking at historical averages. The high that day was a record 75 in Philadelphia.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          Actually, the high was 72F and the low was 41F. Average, 55.5. Kind of chilly for tank tops and shorts.

          • George Michalopulos says

            The point is that bad results requires bad reporting. The end is all that matters so now the story must fit the preferred outcome.

            “We bombed that village.” Why? “because we saved it.”

            • It’s amazing also how this charade so clearly highlights how the gnostic Left operates.

              Knowing that Trump Was Bad For The Country and that getting rid of him and his phenomenon were of the utmost importance — this is not knowledge that can really be explained to anyone else, if you don’t come from the same framework/worldview as the Left.

              Explaining to a Martian (if Martians existed) why Trump was so bad for America would be tough, because Trump certainly did put America first. Economically and for American families, he – for the first time in a long time – put our interests ahead of the interests of the wealthy oligarchs and ahead of globalist interests.

              Trump also probably saved thousands of American young men and women from dying in ridiculous overseas interventionalist wars – something that the Clintons, Bushies, and Obama did not do.

              To the Left, if they have to explain to you why Trump was so bad, then you’re part of the problem (again, a circular argument, which is essentially no argument at all). You just are supposed to *know*, and if you don’t know, then you’re not part of the Enlightened Gnostic Left Who Are Destined To Run The Country.

              It’s very immature – think high school cliques (usually feminine cliques — and thus not a shocker that this “Get Trump” phenomenon comes at a time when American culture is so overly feminized) that just “know” who the cool kids are and who’s not cool. You’re not supposed to ask. If you have to ask, you’re not part of the clique.

              This phenomenon is also very Calvinist and goes right along with our American cultural roots in Calvinism.

              Per Calvinism, if you question whether you’re part of God’s Elect, then you’re probably not…. In 2021, If you don’t understand why Trump Was So Bad For The Country, then you’re not of the Enlightened Gnostic Left.

              How did Calvinists treat the non-elect? They shunned them.

              How do the modern secular Calvinists — the Enlightened Gnostic Left — treat unenlightened Trump supporters (the modern non-elect)? They shun them.

              Calvinism is a heresy for good reason. It collapsed and should stay far down the trash can permanently. Same with the modern secular Calvinists, the Enlightened Gnostic Left – it needs to collapse and stay far down the trash can.

              • George Michalopulos says

                Brilliant analysis. Having said that, I imagine that the Left will collapse because they cant allow any self-correction to enter into their consciousness.

              • FTS,

                That is the most dangerous aspect of the Left. As the socialistic worldview self destructs, and having abandoned explicit theism, the liberals have invented a new Calvinistic morality to justify themselves, explain all things and enforce. There is a perfectionist streak in American heterodox Christianity which is the progenitor of the current Woke-ism. You can see its grasping nature in its treatment of the Covid situation: “If one life can be saved by these measures . . .” They enjoy the paranoid delusion much like they enjoy “climate change”. It makes them relevant.

                Sinners in the hand of an angry God becomes sinners in the hand of an angry Mother Nature. This is the real “fundamentalism”; i.e., critical theory. And it is most certainly a cult. All the projection about “deprogramming” is simply an subconscious admission that they themselves are in thrall to ideological delusion.

                It’s an unpleasant situation. However, apart from voting for and donating to the Right and shunning the Left, we just have to get on with life. Evangelism, as well, is always the answer.

            • what bad reporting??

          • Sorry, are you claiming that Time magazine has not accurately described the provenance of this photo?

            • Gail Sheppard says

              I’m pretty sure I don’t care.

            • George Michalopulos says

              If I may interject, the point is that we can’t trust anything from the Corporate Media.

              The credibility of the American Establishment and their press flunkies is shot.

  4. Matthew Panchisin says

    The entire so-called “Democratic Republic” is now a solidified farce. The only remedy I can think of could be from the so-called “Supreme Court” actually upholding the constitution regarding the role of the so-called “State Legislatures” with the so-called “Electoral College.” Thus far, justice really is deaf, dumb and blind, playing mean pinball George, when I was a kid I never knew Elton John was gay, oops. Maybe there are legal reasons why the “Supreme Court” needs to follow the letter of the law while rejecting the spirit of the law even when the entire system is collapsing. Its posture of doing nothing is a major contributor to the great farce and reset. The election is over period, so nothing really matters, anyone can see, nothing really matters to me. Hollywood produced a movie with Freddie Mercury making fun of gays, oops.

    The Time article expresses that assaulting the “U.S. Constitution” and brazenly bragging about it is in vogue and that the country really is a banana republic, everyday we can see the U.S. institutions certifying it as such. While the steal was thought to be done surreptitiously (many knew better) nevertheless the agenda of the left is being imposed in a in your face way again. They are not going to stop.

    We have also seen that the GOP is pathetically weak with no back bone, they don’t even know that they are done. Personally I don’t know any “Republicans” that can ever again hold their noses, pull the GOP lever, go home and take a few showers and head for the country club.

    One would think that the GOP could have penned a letter or some sort of petition to the “Supreme Court” and gather up 80 to an alledged 100 million plus very willing signators, a re-count of sorts. Oh sorry that’s not allowed in the system and why would they want to do such a thing? I think the GOP isn’t smart like Trump (see the stolen election) so maybe we should let them know that such things can be done online, securely. Better yet, it would be a good work now from the Office of the Former President, let the party begin! Maybe they can throw him in jail in Gitmo for total ostracization since he is very bad.

  5. Ronda Wintheiser says

    The Times piece, as well as this one by the New York Times bragging about their secret conspiracy to rig the election has to be an effort to get out in front of the truth.

    “The 137-page document identified people and governmental bodies in seven swing states who would play a key role in determining the integrity of the election. Among those listed were Republican state legislative leaders in battlegrounds like Michigan and Pennsylvania; the Michigan Board of State Canvassers; and Brad Raffensperger, the Georgia secretary of state. Mr. Trump would soon seek to twist every one of them to his advantage…”

    This is damage control on steroids.

  6. They want to distract from the computer analysis contained in Mike
    Lindell’s video of how foreign ie: Chinese) computers interfered in the election.

    • Lindell is a part of the establishment and wants us to blame another country for our own problems. Ignore his lunacy and listen to the bigwigs gloat about what actually happened. China and Russia are not a threat. The U.S. government is the threat.

      • Gail Sheppard says

        This documentary is a must see even if you have to struggle a few minutes to get over the fact that it’s the “pillow guy.” Frankly, I wish he had someone else do this. Not because Lindell does a particularly bad job, but because when you associate it someone who sells pillows it’s a little hard to change gears.

      • George Michalopulos says

        Ben, while I agree with you that Russia “is not a threat”, we must part company when it comes to China. This is not to say that our Oligarchy is blameless. Far from it! They are most certainly evil. And the fact that they have weaponized the Military Industrial Complex, they have caused untold amount of destruction overseas. Of this there can be no doubt.

        As for Lindell himself, he does not strike me as a member of our Establishment, except perhaps as one of the few “White Hats”, that faction which importuned upon Trump to run in the first place (and who did their dead-level best to protect him during his tenure).

        As for his “lunacy”, please tell me exactly where in this documentary he came off as lunatic. His facts are irrefutable.

        • Solitary Priest says

          If Lindell were of the Establishment, the anti Trump folks wouldn’t be calling him a conspiracy theorist.

        • Lindell’s lunacy comes from dividing Americans by pointing fingers at foreigners instead of taking a hard look at ourselves and honestly come to grips with the mess our leaders (and us) have made of this country. Look at our soring prices, haphazard public policy, and massive war debt. Democrats blame Russia. Democrats and Republicans blame China. None of these countries caused these problems. We did this and are feeling God’s punishment. Remember the words of the prophets: repent! Not it’s Egypt’s fault. Or Egypt needs to repent.
          If you want to talk foreign policy then let’s learn from how other countries solved their problems or study our past to see how we solved problems in the past Let’s stop blaming others.
          If barbarians are truly at the gates like this media pundit (with all the others) claim then let’s fix our systems, dismantle our empire, and actually listen to other countries.
          China is not a priority. The American people, our people are the priority. To think otherwise is just lunacy. The Germans and the Dutch get it. Even President Xi and President Putin get it. Why can’t American leaders?
          This is where I stand George. I am a millennial tired of war propaganda and having fewer opportunities than my parents. I am just tired. We pay taxes for this? I want my money back!

          • Gail Sheppard says

            We’re ALL tired, my friend.

            I’m not trying to defend Lindell or anything, but why do you think he blames foreigners?

            BTW, when I was the age millennials are today, I had a collage degree when it actually meant something but I started out as a clerk!

            There was a time when I made $245 every two weeks. My car payment was $245 and my rent was $245.

            When I got married, my husband and I made a lot of money but we couldn’t buy a $165,000 house! In 1981, the interest rate was around 17%.

            We all had a tough time when we were young.

            You think our problems are bad, take a look at some other countries.

  7. George & The Crew
    It would be interesting to hear your opinion on this guy’s video, just made, concerning prophecies related to the near future.

    • Mark 13:13 “And ye shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake:
      but he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.” [KJV]

      That is all the prophecy I need to know.
      For the rest, I have faith.

    • My personal opinion is that we should really avoid all prophecies that either a) don’t come from the Scriptures and b) haven’t been made ‘official’ by general acceptance by the Church (i.e. in the person of its saints and holy elders, etc.). That, I believe, rules out about 99% and is the safe option.

    • Several saints have prophesied these things, however, we are not required to believe in private revelation in the Orthodox Church. I think it is wise to heed the saints and Elder Ephraim’s calls for repentance, of that we can be sure.

      • Michael Bauman says

        Petros, Amen! Deep metanoia recognizing the starting point for these things is in my own heart and that the mercy of Our Lord Jesus Christ, not politics is where healing lies.

        • That is true. However many of the Saints prophesied the revolution in Russia – with a high degree of accuracy – and this prepared many for the tribulations to come.

  8. Anonymous II says
  9. Pavlos Dams says

    Hey guys, can you give me the link of the video of Mike Lindell please?

  10. And so it begins: UK Government mulls emergency measures that would
    enable networks to switch off your electricity without warning or compensation

    Maurice Strong:
    “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse?
    Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”

    Just like in Californicatia

    • It’s amazing/fascinating to me that this weighting of votes — allocating votes to candidates based on a predetermined percentage that each vote counts for them, not the absolute number of votes that they earn — is *exactly* what Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani, and Dr Shiva Ayyadurai in Massachusetts were saying happened back in November/December.

      Remember how Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani were publicly decried as “crazy,” “insane,” “without evidence,” and everything else?

      Anyone with half a brain, who understands math, and who can deduce things could figure out that Sidney Powell and Giuliani were on the right track back in December.

      Ayyadurai has been publicizing this fraud since September, when he had a primary race in Massachusetts stolen from him by this method. He’s an MIT PhD mathematician who essentially proved the statistical anomalies on his own.

      In 2021, if the mainstream media decry you as “crazy,” then that — without a doubt — means that you are absolutely correct and they are terrified of you — therefore they need to shame you, to silence you, to make you go away.

      There is ample proof that the presidential election in November was stolen. I bet 100% that those who colluded to steal it do firmly believe in their own moral righteousness — that they were doing “what was necessary” to get Trump out of office — because the American people cannot be trusted to make the “correct decision” in an election of this importance.

      What do we do now if those in government — in positions of authority to actually do something to bring those who colluded in the election steal to justice — what if those in authority don’t care? What if they just say “yes, the election was fraudulent and was stolen. Sorry. But it’s for your own good, because Trump Was So Bad For The Country.”

      • It depends on how viral the exposes become. Lindell’s video and the ones on Gateway Pundit are getting a lot of exposure.

        It has the potential to be very destabilizing. If it becomes the conventional wisdom in the pop culture that the election was stolen, then any reaction is possible. A large swath of Americans may not consent to be occupied as a result of a coup d’etat. Yet there’s no alternative legitimate authority. There are cases before the Supreme Court that won’t be decided until October. Yet actually overturning an election would be unlikely based on past inaction.

        It depends on how unpleasant Trump wants to make it for the Thieves when he re-emerges after the kangaroo impeachment circus is over. I’m sure he’ll lay relatively low until then.

        The Dems have opened a nasty can of worms by leaving a clear trail of election tampering/theft. The Time magazine piece was probably an attempt to begin the massaging of this from complete denial of widespread fraud to recharacterization as legally questionable extraordinary efforts by concerted forces to “save the election”. But it’s not a matter of semantics. Rigging is one thing; changing the rules mid-stream is another. Illicit changes in election law and standards, by themselves, might have flipped the election. But re-allocation of votes is the core of the criminal theft perpetrated, not 11th hour procedural changes. Dems will try to blur the distinction and talk about anomalies and low level cheating, etc.

        But the mountain of evidence won’t go away. Even the cover up left evidence.

        In a world where information is globally disseminated, I do not think this story can be suppressed. If that is so, it will be very difficult to rectify the situation. SCOTUS could do it. The military could do it. But those are the only two entities I know of that can muster that kind of influence. And the military is not likely to bite.

        If it is overwhelming, and everyone knows it, SCOTUS may have to act to avoid secession.

        • I spent a lot of time – over 12 hours – watching the testimony before the state legislators. It was breathtaking. Did you read Patrick Byrne’s articles on what happened in the final days? It is all too fishy for me. Something does not add up…that such a steal can happen with such coordinated effort to suppress even the discussion of it. I am not hopeful. I feel tribulation is coming, I don’t think it is realistic to put any hope in any of our institutions to rectify this. It is too big and the threat was to the core.

  11. Completely off topic, but I’m still interested in the situation with the Palestinian Vicariate that George alluded to a couple of articles ago. Does anyone have any information on this? George wrote that all of the parishes had been released, with the exception of the cathedral. Where did they go? What’s going on?

    • I didn’t even know there were parishes that were part of the Palestinian Vicariate in America, but it looks like they were all subsumed under the Greek Archdiocese.

      That’s interesting. Did they switch jurisdictions? I’m assuming that’s what “released” means?

  12. Nailed it. Thank you George. God bless. Continue the good fight.

  13. US Supreme Court Kills US Constitution

    Our Supreme Court Goes Full Nicaragua in PA Election Case

    ‘ Those trying to challenge Pennsylvania’s obviously corrupt and rigged election system have been told that they cannot challenge the laws ahead of the election, because there is not yet a victim. They’ve been told that fellow Americans [eg: Texas] impacted by Pennsylvania’s corrupt system cannot challenge, because of standing. Now they’ve been told that they cannot challenge after the election, because it’s after the election – and therefore moot. ‘

    William Dunbar:
    Our plesance heir is all vane glory,
    This fals warld is bot transitory,
    The flesche is brukle, the Fend is sle;
    Timor mortis conturbat me.