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On this day, December 6, 2006, James Kim, a San Francisco man who struck out alone to find help for his family after their car got stuck on a snowy, remote road in Oregon was found dead, bringing an end to what authorities called an extraordinary effort to stay alive.




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82nd Session of the Oregon Legislature Begins
Monday, January 9, 2023 at 8:00 am
The 2023 Session of the Oregon Legislature begins. Legislators are sworn in and bills are introduced.
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Political Event Focuses on Elections
Marc Thielman announced he intends to run for Secretary of State

The Gathering of Eagles and Oregon Liberty Coalition’s Rally Around the Flag held their fifth event since joining forces. It was filled with evidence from groups and individual seeking justice in Oregon’s election system.

Two counties, Coos and Lane, told of their efforts filing public records requests and in Coos County the hard drive “crashed” destroying all records causing the county clerk to resign. Rod Taylor presented information on how your party can be identified in the numbering on the envelope. The Legislature authorized counties to do away with security sleeves exposing the ballot number through the envelope window.

Paul Metzler from Lane County provided information that Lane County has a large number of people registered in vacant lots. Through canvassing teams, they are finding people registered in homes that don’t live there to the tune of 11,823 more adults on the voter roll than the U.S. Census. Their teams are also monitoring drop boxes and they follow the ballot pickup. They are recognized as a great roadmap for other counties.

Attorney Stephen Joncus told the audience that lawsuits are showing “extreme” levels of fraud in the election system. On September 20-21 the Tim Sippel case will be heard in Washington County to determine if the public has a right to public records. The Oregon Secretary of State has inserted itself into the case and Attorney General Rosenbaum put on record that the “election tabulators are subject to physical and wireless attacks and if the information is released, it would cause irreparable harm to Oregon’s election system.” Admitting the election machines are accessible to manipulation Joncus said will carry weight in lawsuits. The Secretary of State is telling county clerks not to respond to records requests and upping the charges. They are working to get court intervention.

Joncus is working with Marc Thielman using the case of Brown v Board of Education, which founded that separate but equal was unconstitutional. The court said the case is not determined on casual factors, we’re not going to measure whether black and white schools are technically equal in what they provide to students. It’s more intangible factors that separates children by race and creates a sense of inequality, inferiority or a crisis of confidence. The court said, of course it exists, so they overturned the case that said, separate but equal was constitutional. Applied to our elections, we have a crisis of confidence in our election system.

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Thielman explained how he is attempting to get conservatives to work together in a PAC called BattlegroundOregon.org. He is taking a reverse tactic filing suit to prove there is no election fraud. He told how conservative voters holding their votes to the last day influenced Arizona overwhelming the algorithms that caused what Mei Wong’s race experienced in Clackamas County.

Clackamas County could not explain to Mei Wong why her election numbers went down election night and the week following. Mei Wong and Dana Hindman have formed the Justice League of Oregon to raise funds to file a lawsuit and merge with other lawsuits. They will have a follow up with an election integrity symposium on September 24.

Marc Thielman wowed the audience when he announced he intends to run for Secretary of State and continue the fight against election fraud.

Janice Dysinger, Oregonians for Fair Election, told of Clean Voter Rolls and how you can check who is registered at your address on VoteRef.com. She employed everyone to please pray for all the activities against voter fraud. Dysinger told of the Secretary of State’s attempt to silence her by telling her to preface her speeches by quoting statutes.

Richard Burke trained on how to canvass – what to do and what not to do. He encouraged everyone to get active and he makes it sound easy and doable for anyone. He offers training for anyone running for county clerk or any office.

John Tamny, Director of FreedomWorks Center for Economic Freedom, spoke by livestream and answered questions from the audience regarding the economy. He points out that the people are the economy and it’s unfair of politicians to claim they control the economy. When responding about companies, he said, “Never, ever bet against the United States.” He closed with the economy is still experiencing the effects of when they had us locked in our homes.

Dr. Douglas Frank, known for his scientific modeling of the U.S. elections was the keynote speaker. He has a 92-99 percent predictability from his algorithms and data. Oregon has 107 percent more registered voters than eligible voters. The Secretary of State website says there are 7,236 more people voted than the 2020 voter history. He illustrated that Lane County had 652 more register voters than eligible voters, and Coos County had 153. Every county in Oregon, Frank said, cannot reconcile their numbers.

Motor voter has smoothed out the algorithms so every county has the same 83 numbers sequencing. That’s why once one county’s codes are established it can be repeated for every county. It can predict the vote for every age and party. The random voting disappears when there is centralized control by the state. He exposed 300 missing ballots in Lane County for them to pursue. His work has revealed that county clerks do not have the technical training to know how to back up their data. Education is key, but the fix is local. It starts from the bottom up – that means canvassing your neighborhoods. Dr. Frank’s work can be found on rumble.

Tina Peters also presented by livestream because the judge wouldn’t authorize her to travel. She is the Colorado election clerk arrested for doing her job and making a forensic copy of her county’s election data. To close the day, the movie, Selection Code, was shown that tells her story. It is based on the Mesa III Report and how the machines are manipulating the votes.


--Staff Reports

Post Date: 2022-09-05 16:29:55Last Update: 2022-09-07 15:23:21



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