Totally vile.

The Montana Supreme Court rejected claims by Missoula and Gallatin county parents who objected to school forced masking policies, saying school districts had the authority to provide a safe environment.

July 31, 1991 — Clarence Thomas and his 91-year-old cousin Jack Fuller during his brutal confirmation battle, which Thomas would refer to as "a high-tech lynching" led by Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Joe Biden. Family and friends from Georgia visited Thomas in Washington DC to support him during the politicized character assassination process designed to keep the conservative judge off of the Supreme Court. Here is Justice Thomas in the new book, "From Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words", on what the visit meant to him: "They came up to reassert the reality, the context of my life, that was constantly being distorted by the so-called "tolerant" people. The irony has never escaped me... It meant so much that my cousin Jack, at age ninety-one, would come in at a time of difficulty to rescue me from the so-called "tolerant" people." @KanekoaTheGreat
110 Articles Affirm America's Computerized Voting System Is Online, Compromised, and Vulnerable To Hackers: Documented, Linked, and Quoted "The majority of the U.S. election system is programmed by local county election officials or third-party vendors, who are plugging previously-used USB drives into computers connected to the internet, before plugging those same USB drives into the optical scanners, tabulators, and voting machines that collect, count, and determine election results." In 2019, the Associated Press reported that the vast majority of 10,000 election jurisdictions nationwide, including numerous swing states, were still using Windows 7 or older operating systems to create ballots, program voting machines, tally votes, and report counts. Windows 7 reached its “end of life” on Jan. 14, 2020, meaning Microsoft stopped providing technical support and producing “patches” to fix software vulnerabilities. Furthermore, not only are U.S. elections being programmed on computers running out-of-date software, but voting machine manufacturers have also installed remote-access software and wireless modems connecting voting machines directly to the internet. NBC News reported ten months before the 2020 election that ES&S, the largest U.S. election machine vendor, had installed at least 14,000 modems to connect their voting machines to the internet even though many election security experts had previously warned that voting machines with modems were vulnerable to hackers. Dominion Voting Systems, the second-largest U.S. election machine vendor, which has given public presentations acknowledging their use of modems in their voting machines, was also discovered to be running remote-access software during the 2020 election. In Georgia, 20-year election worker, Susan Voyles, testified that Dominion Voting Systems employees “operated remotely” on her ballot-marking devices and poll pads after the team experienced some technical problems with their machines. In Wisconsin, the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), headed by retired state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, also found that Dominion and ES&S voting machines were online and connected to the internet. In Michigan, attorney and Secretary of State candidate, Matt Deperno, discovered a Telit LE910-SV1 modem chip embedded in the motherboard of an ES&S DS200 voting machine. Through these modems, hackers could theoretically intercept results as they’re transmitted on election night — or, worse, use the modem connections to reach back into voting machines or the election management systems to install malware, change software, or alter official results. Therefore, not only are hackers able to penetrate elections through vulnerable USB cards and election management systems, but also through the very voting machines themselves. This isn’t a problem exclusive to elections — all computers are hackable — and that is why election security experts have always recommended hand-marked paper ballots and rigorous post-election audits." @KanekoaTheGreat
So what’s Speaker Robin Vos doing on the Great Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruling declaring hundreds of thousands of Drop Box votes to be illegal? This is not a time for him to hide, but a time to act! I don’t know his opponent in the upcoming Primary, but feel certain he will do well if Speaker Vos doesn’t move with gusto. Robin, don’t let the voters of Wisconsin down!