Top 11 Reasons Why President Trump Won The 2020 Election and 31 More Add Up to Absolute Proof

Top 11 Reasons Why President Trump Won The 2020 Election and 31 More Add Up to Absolute Proof

Taken individually these reasons may not be enough but cumulatively they are more than enough proof, and there are more left out such as the media’s complicity and social media, such as Zuckerberg’s $400 million contribution to left advertising to beat Trump. Then you have the ‘2,000 mules’ who were purportedly paid for stuffing ballot boxes with Biden votes in the wee hours of election night. Even if you don’t accept some of these there are too many others to deny Trump the election. Many, such as Attorney General ‘Bushie’ Bill Barr, simply ‘blew off’ these without looking at them for political expediency. Then, Big city left wcorruption. Threw out the dozens of GOP election lawsuits from overpowered swing state legislators, who never had a fair chance to investigate the election corruption. We may have to wait until November when GOP should regain house and Senate to do a REAL investigation of 2020 election – never too late to account for something as important as this.

Grassfire’s “Top 11 Reasons Why President Trump Won The 2020 Election And Joe Biden Lost”:

  1. Biden reportedly received 81 million votes. That’s a questionable total, considering it’s far more than the historic candidacies of Barack Obama, who received a then-record 69 million votes in 2008, and Hillary Clinton, who received 66 million votes in 2016.
  2. According to The Spectator: “Biden leads in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin because of an apparent avalanche of black votes in Detroit, Philadelphia, and Milwaukee. Biden’s ‘winning’ margin was derived almost entirely from such voters in these cities, as coincidentally his black vote spiked only in exactly the locations [battleground states] necessary to secure victory.”
  3. Biden won 524 counties (17%) — a record low — while Trump won 2,497. In 2008, Obama won 873 counties, 67% MORE than his former VP, and still received 11 million FEWER votes than Biden.
  4. Biden was the first Democrat to win the presidency but lose the state of Ohio since 1960.
  5. Lack of enthusiasm for Biden is evident on social media. He has less than one-fourth the Twitter followers (20.4 million) than the President (88.7 million).
  6. Biden hardly left his basement during the campaign and attended rallies with only dozens of supporters, while the President spoke to tens of thousands of supporters who were undeterred by the threat of COVID.
  7. Trump’s 74 million votes are the most for a sitting president in U.S. history and 11 million more than he received in 2016. It was the third biggest increase of any incumbent president EVER. Obama won re-election in 2012 with 3.5 million FEWER votes than 2008.
  8. Trump increased his support from key minority groups. Blacks (men 18%; women 8%), Latinos (35%) and women (55%) all voted for the President in higher numbers in 2020 than they did in 2016.
  9. Trump received 26% of the “non-white vote,” which is the highest for a Republican president candidate since 1960. Newsweek adds that he also doubled his support among LGBTQ voters from 2016 to 2020.
  10. The Federalist reports: “First, no incumbent who has received 75 percent of the total primary vote has lost re-election. Second, President Trump received 94 percent of the primary vote.”
  11. Trump’s candidacy brought amazing “down ballot” success. Currently, House Republicans have gained about a dozen seats, and not a single GOP incumbent lost re-election.

Absolute Proof Trump Won The 2020 Election

Posted on  by Gary Fatherly Advice and Rants

The video below shows clearly how enormous fraud was perpetrated during the November 2020 election to steal winning electoral votes from Donald Trump.

After watching this you can find extensive corroboration of their finding by clicking on numerous articles provided below the video.

And if that is not enough, here is some more proof.

https://www.bitchute.com/embed/MAcN7ArJVdjT/
Here are several links to articles just this year that address this issue the courts refuse to hear.
  1. Evidence Grows That The 2020 Election Was Rigged
  2. The TCF Center Election Fraud – Newly Discovered Video Shows Late Night Deliveries of Tens of Thousands of Illegal Ballots 8 Hours After Official Deadline
  3. Arizona Senate Drafts Resolution Threatening Arrests of Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for Not Handing Over Requested Election Machines and Ballots
  4. ARIZONA BEGINS OFFICIAL FORENSIC AUDIT OF DOMINION VOTING EQUIPMENT Used In The 2020 ELECTION
  5. Michigan Election Officials Ordered to Hand Over Communications Records with Tech Giants & Dominion Voting Systems
  6. A data maven says fraud absolutely flipped the election outcome in Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin
  7. The 2020 Presidential Election Lawsuits – The Actual Facts
  8. Caught with Their Hands in the Cookie Jar – Democrats stole the election, and it’s critically important we keep saying it
  9. Caught with Their Hands in the Cookie Jar – Democrats stole the election, and it’s critically important we keep saying it
  10. The Continuing Democrat-Media Narrative That There Is “No Evidence of Election Fraud” Is a Bald-Faced Lie
  11. A circuit judge ruled that VA last-minute election rule change allowing mail-in ballots to arrive late without postmarks illegal
  12. The First Bill Introduced by Democrats Would Codify Dubious 2020 Election Changes That Handed Them Victory
  13. A Complete List of 2020 Election Fraud Cases – 81 total cases, 30 still active, and not one court has allowed the evidence to be shown
  14. Guess Which Liberal Billionaire Opposes Mail-In Voting in an Upcoming Election?
  15. DATA EXPERT: 200,000 PA Ballots Were Modified After Election – A Sampling of 100,000 AZ Ballots Show ‘Material Amount’ Aren’t Even Real People
  16. China ‘Sought to Influence’ 2020 US Election – DNI Assesses Senior CIA officials pressured analysts to withdraw the assessment
  17. The Five Most Obvious Acts of Fraud in the 2020 Election that You Are No Longer Allowed to Discuss
  18. Trump Team’s Peter Navarro Drops Third Major Report on Historic Election Fraud — Confirms “Trump Won”
  19. Jovan Pulitzer Confirms Numerous Countries Interfered In 2020 Election – Millions of Invalid Ballots Were Inserted
  20. NIA: The election theft was an Italian job
  21. Debbie Georgatos – ITALIAN INTRIGUE IN THE STOLEN ELECTION OF 2020
  22. Yes, it was a Fraudulent Election
  23. Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election
  24. The election will not stand – Facts are pouring in from every quarter that fraud of unprecedented magnitude has been perpetrated on the American people 
  25. How The 2020 Election Could Have Been Stolen – A political scientist examines the evidence and concludes that widespread fraud took place
  26. Patrick Byrne is back with more astonishing election assertions about printing extra ballots and shredding evidence
  27. Georgia Secretary of State’s Update to GA’s Voting Machine Software Right Before the 2020 Election Was Unlawful
  28. A 6-Person Team Briefed Hundreds of State Senators on 2020 Election Irregularities
  29. Proof of fraud may lie in vanishing Trump votes – How were votes subtracted?
  30. Report: A Group of 400 Former U.S. Intelligence Officials Are Investigating ‘Blatant’ Election Fraud
  31. The AZ Firm that Allegedly Sent Fake Ballots to Georgia, Runbeck Election Svcs. Is Closely Tied to the Democrat Party

If that is not enough, CLICK HERE and do a search on the word ELECTION or DOMINION or FRAUD to find additional articles. This can be done by holding down the CTRL key at the lower left of your keyboard and simultaneously pressing the “F” key. This will open a pop-up at the top of your screen that you can enter your search term in.

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  3. Lois says:The majority of American citizens knew it with the results of the election. It doesn’t matter how much you find out, there’s nothing that will be done about it. Our country is being totally destroyed by this administration and we can’t stop it.Loading…Reply
  4. M.L. Slape says:No, there were not 10,000+ dead voters in Georgia. There were FOUR. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/georgia-investigation-four-voters-deceased-2020 I’m certain that the other so-called facts in your list have all been investigated.Loading…Reply

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MADDEN One of a Handful of almost “Heaven Sent’ Figures in our Lifetime,

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John Madden

John Madden, One of Few Who Were Both Tops in their Fields as well as their Humanity

One of a handful of almost ‘ heaven sent’ in our lifetime, the o t hers perhaps Robin WILLIAMS, Rush Limbaugh, Roy Orbison,
Buddy Holly and Ronald Reagan
and there may be a few more but not many who were not only tops in their field but in their humanity. Interestingly, most of the figures didn’t live out ‘ normal ‘ lives , either dying prematurely or in an unexpected manner.

Only their humanity was as pronounced as their talent and accomplishment

When
Madden felt he had done everything on the field he ‘retired ‘early only to take up a new challenge, broadcasting, where he, again, excelled above his colleagues.


But what makes Madden special and almost ‘heaven sent’ is his humanity. There seemingly wasn’t a player who played for him who did nt love Madden

Ex-Raiders coach John Madden, NFL Hall of Famer and broadcasting legend, dies at 85

Edited from Matt Kawahara S.F Gate

John Madden, the gregarious Hall of Fame coach who led the Raiders to their first Super Bowl title and later became a defining TV analyst and football icon, died Tuesday. He was 85.
“On behalf of the entire NFL family, we extend our condolences to Virginia, Mike, Joe and their families,” Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote in a statement released by the NFL. “We all know him as the Hall of Fame coach of the Oakland Raiders and broadcaster who worked for every major network, but more than anything, he was a devoted husband, father and grandfather.”

In a statement, the Raiders shared that, “The Raiders Family is deeply saddened by the passing of the legendary John Madden. Few individuals meant as much to the growth and popularity of professional football as Coach Madden, whose impact on the game both on and off the field was immeasurable.”

Added Goodell in his statement: “Nobody loved football more than Coach. He was football. He was an incredible sounding board to me and so many others. There will never be another John Madden, and we will forever be indebted to him for all he did to make football and the NFL what it is today.”
According to the statement, memorial service details “will be announced when available.”
Hired by Davis as a linebackers coach in 1967, Madden helped the Raiders reach what would become known as Super Bowl II, where they lost to Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers. After the 1968 season, John Rauch left Oakland for Buffalo, leaving a vacancy at head coach.
Davis chose to make Madden the youngest head coach in the league — younger than some of his players. That dynamic, combined with Madden’s passionate coaching style and how he treated players, endeared him to members of the Raiders’ roster.
“It was like playing for your big brother,” former quarterback Ken Stabler told The Chronicle in 2006. “I think his age helped a lot — that and the fact he had so much confidence in us. He let us be the people we wanted to be off the field, and he let us be the players we wanted to be on the field.”

Said former Raiders linebacker Phil Villapiano: “He loved outrageousness and he appreciated it when you worked your ass off. It was the job you always wanted, because you just had to do the job. No BS. No politics. No backstabbing. That’s why I loved playing for him. He just let me play football.”
Madden could bark at players and gesticulate and yell on the sidelines. But he also allowed his players latitude at a time when many successful coaches were more straightlaced. Madden’s three rules, he later said, were simple: Be on time, pay attention, play hard when instructed. And his teams helped cultivate the Raiders’ image of swaggering toughness.
“When you have a good team, as we did, a good coach gives the players a little freedom,” said the late Willie Brown, a former Raiders cornerback. “John liked for us to be in before curfew, but he also knew certain players would probably be out after curfew. He didn’t want to know about it; he’d say, ‘Just don’t tell me.’”
While some wondered about the dynamic between Madden and Davis, who was demanding of his coaches, Madden maintained afterward the two worked well together. “Anything that I ever wanted that had to do with football, he supported me,” Madden told NFL Films in 2017. “It was a perfect situation, it was a perfect thing for me.”
Madden’s first Raiders team finished 12-1-1 but lost to the Chiefs in the AFL title game. It was the start of a frustrating trend: In Madden’s first seven seasons, the Raiders reached the conference title game five times and lost. They also lost in the divisional round of the 1972 playoffs to the Pittsburgh Steelers on one of the most memorable plays in NFL history.

John Madden

1 of a handful of almost heaven sent’ in our lifetime, the o t hers perhaps Robin WILLIAMS, Rush Limbaugh, Roy Orbison,
John Madden. Buddy Holly, Ronald Reagan and there may be a few more but not many who were not only tops in their field but in their humanity

Only t heir humanity was as pronounced as their talent and accomplishment

When
Madden felt he had done everything on the field he ‘retired early to take up a new challenge, broadcasting, where he, again, excelled
Above all others
But what makes Madden special and almost ‘heaven sent’ is his humanity. There seemingly wasn’t a player who played for him who did nt love Madden

Ex-Raiders coach John Madden, NFL Hall of Famer and broadcasting legend, dies at 85

Matt Kawahara

John Madden, the gregarious Hall of Fame coach who led the Raiders to their first Super Bowl title and later became a defining TV analyst and football icon, died Tuesday. He was 85.
“On behalf of the entire NFL family, we extend our condolences to Virginia, Mike, Joe and their families,” Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote in a statement released by the NFL. “We all know him as the Hall of Fame coach of the Oakland Raiders and broadcaster who worked for every major network, but more than anything, he was a devoted husband, father and grandfather.”

In a statement, the Raiders shared that, “The Raiders Family is deeply saddened by the passing of the legendary John Madden. Few individuals meant as much to the growth and popularity of professional football as Coach Madden, whose impact on the game both on and off the field was immeasurable.”

Just 32 when he became the Raiders’ head coach, Madden, who quickly became known for his sideline outbursts and unruly hair, led his team to the playoffs eight times in 10 seasons and compiled a .759 winning percentage (103-32-7) that still ranks as the highest of any coach with at least 100 victories.
Madden’s knowledge of X’s and O’s and unpretentious enthusiasm later informed his transition to the broadcasting booth, where he won 16 Emmy awards and revolutionized the craft with his use of the telestrator and array of comic-book exclamations.
Madden, whose family moved to Daly City from Minnesota when he was a child, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006. Former Raiders owner Al Davis was the presenter at his induction.
“He loved the game. He loved his team. He loved the Raiders. He loved this league,” Davis said in his speech. “He loved the AFL and the NFL, and especially his players.”

Added Goodell in his statement: “Nobody loved football more than Coach. He was football. He was an incredible sounding board to me and so many others. There will never be another John Madden, and we will forever be indebted to him for all he did to make football and the NFL what it is today.”
According to the statement, memorial service details “will be announced when available.”
Hired by Davis as a linebackers coach in 1967, Madden helped the Raiders reach what would become known as Super Bowl II, where they lost to Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers. After the 1968 season, John Rauch left Oakland for Buffalo, leaving a vacancy at head coach.
Davis chose to make Madden the youngest head coach in the league — younger than some of his players. That dynamic, combined with Madden’s passionate coaching style and how he treated players, endeared him to members of the Raiders’ roster.
“It was like playing for your big brother,” former quarterback Ken Stabler told The Chronicle in 2006. “I think his age helped a lot — that and the fact he had so much confidence in us. He let us be the people we wanted to be off the field, and he let us be the players we wanted to be on the field.”

Said former Raiders linebacker Phil Villapiano: “He loved outrageousness and he appreciated it when you worked your ass off. It was the job you always wanted, because you just had to do the job. No BS. No politics. No backstabbing. That’s why I loved playing for him. He just let me play football.”
Madden could bark at players and gesticulate and yell on the sidelines. But he also allowed his players latitude at a time when many successful coaches were more straightlaced. Madden’s three rules, he later said, were simple: Be on time, pay attention, play hard when instructed. And his teams helped cultivate the Raiders’ image of swaggering toughness.
“When you have a good team, as we did, a good coach gives the players a little freedom,” said the late Willie Brown, a former Raiders cornerback. “John liked for us to be in before curfew, but he also knew certain players would probably be out after curfew. He didn’t want to know about it; he’d say, ‘Just don’t tell me.’”
While some wondered about the dynamic between Madden and Davis, who was demanding of his coaches, Madden maintained afterward the two worked well together. “Anything that I ever wanted that had to do with football, he supported me,” Madden told NFL Films in 2017. “It was a perfect situation, it was a perfect thing for me.”
Madden’s first Raiders team finished 12-1-1 but lost to the Chiefs in the AFL title game. It was the start of a frustrating trend: In Madden’s first seven seasons, the Raiders reached the conference title game five times and lost. They also lost in the divisional round of the 1972 playoffs to the Pittsburgh Steelers on one of the most memorable plays in NFL history.

Late in a game the Raiders led 7-6, Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw threw a pass intended for John Fuqua that was broken up by Jack Tatum and deflected to Franco Harris, who ran it in for the winning touchdown in what became known as the “Immaculate Reception.”
During a 2002 broadcast, on the 30th anniversary of the play, Madden recalled: “That was the night before Christmas Eve, and that was a big old lump of coal. And that big old lump of coal has been sitting down there for 30 years.”
. When Madden secured his 100th win in 1978, he became the third-youngest coach to do so behind George Halas and Curly Lambeau.
“There are men who can speak to you on Sunday mornings and your pulse rises,” former Raider cornerback Lester Hayes said in 2006. “That’s a very unique gift Coach Madden had … He would speak about war, and it would sound so good I thought I was listening to the second coming of General George S. Patton. It was like that every week.”
After the Raiders missed the playoffs in 1978, for only the second time in his tenure, Madden retired from coaching. As he later told NFL Films: “We won every game that there is. Regular-season game, playoff game, championship game, Super Bowl game. All we could do was do it again. And that didn’t excite me.”
But he didn’t stray far. Madden began his broadcasting career in 1979 with CBS and ultimately called games for all four major networks, becoming one of the sport’s most recognizable faces over the next three decades.
In the booth Madden was incomparable, frantically illustrating plays with the telestrator and punctuating his descriptions with sounds like “boom,” “wham” and “doink.” He worked with a few partners before CBS paired him with play-by-play man Pat Summerall. The two would call games together for 22 years, including eight Super Bowls, with Summerall’s low-key steadiness balancing Madden’s energy.
“He was John Wayne and Walter Cronkite,” Madden told NFL Films. “He could keep everything on an even keel. I’d be wandering off and then Pat could summarize it, like, in three words. And I’d think, ‘That’s what I was trying to say.’”

John Madden talks about the 49ers many offensive weapons as he cruises around Pleasanton. John Madden, the former Oakland Raiders coach, and television personality talked about the 49ers and the upcoming playoff game at his offices in Pleasanton, Calif. Tuesday January 15, 2013.
Brant Ward / The Chronicle
Madden’s quirks, though, only contributed to his persona. Afraid of flying, Madden drove between cities for broadcasts in a customized bus he named the “Madden Cruiser.” He selected players for his yearly “All-Madden” team based on hard-nosed, gritty play as much as performance.
His down-to-earth, sometimes rambling style belied a dedication to the craft. Al Michaels, who called games with Madden on “Monday Night Football,” told the New

What If History Repeated Itself and Nazis Took Over America Today?

What If History Repeated Itself and Nazis Took Over America Today?

Ponder these questions: As an AmericanJew, or, If you were a jew,

1. If a Nazi-like doctrine took over America, and you could knock on the door of someone who obeyed all government orders regarding masks, regardless of their rationality, or someone who questioned government authority and obeyed few or none of its mask orders — on whose door would you knock?

2. If you were given the choice between knocking on the door of an atheist professor or the door of an Evangelical pastor — on whose door would knock?

Who Would Hide a Jew if Nazis Took Over America?

Sept 21

There is something about most Jews that few non-Jews know: We Jews often ask ourselves if a non-Jew in our lives would hide us in the event of a Nazi-like outbreak.

I don’t know if young Jews think about this, but nearly all Jews who grew up in the decades following the Holocaust often wondered: Would this non-Jew hide me?

I have thought about this all my life because the question, “Who hid Jews?” is one of the most important questions anyone — Jew or non-Jew — needs to think about. That question is far more important than “Who didn’t hide Jews?” because great goodness is rarer than great evil and even rarer than simple moral cowardice. Yet, a vast number of books have been written attempting to understand evil, while relatively few have been written attempting to explain good.

The reason for this is simple: Since the Enlightenment, i.e., since the decline of Judeo-Christian thought, most secular people have believed, and nearly all secular thought has been predicated on, the reality-denying idea that human nature is essentially good. As a result, scholars regard good as the norm and evil as the aberration. So, they study evil far more than good.

That is why the question, “Who rescued Jews?” should be of overwhelming importance to humanity as a whole. If people are interested in increasing good and in decreasing evil, what question could be more important?A lifetime of study of this question has led me to the following answers:

No. 1: Sam and Pearl Oliner, two professors of sociology at California State University at Humboldt, were the authors of one of the most highly regarded works on altruism, “The Altruistic Personality.” The book was the product of the Oliners’ lifetime of study of non-Jewish rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust. They themselves had been hidden by non-Jews in Poland, and I had the privilege of interviewing them.

I asked Sam Oliner, “Knowing all you now know about who rescued Jews during the Holocaust, if you had to return as a Jew to Poland and you could knock on the door of only one person in the hope that they would rescue you, would you knock on the door of a Polish lawyer, a Polish doctor, a Polish artist or a Polish priest?”

Without hesitation, he responded, “Polish priest.” And his wife immediately added, “I would prefer a Polish nun.”

I should note that neither had a religious agenda, as both were secular Jews.

Of course, most Christians in Europe failed the moral test of the Holocaust, but so did nearly all secular intellectuals. And few Christians today deny this. But any honest person would still bet on a priest before a doctor, artist, lawyer or professor. It is one reason I believe that the decline of Judeo-Christian religions is a calamity: We will produce fewer people who will do great good.

No. 2: Another study of rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust offered four characteristics of rescuers. I read this book about 40 years ago and I do not remember the name of the book or three of the four characteristics. But I remember one of them because it struck me as an original insight and because it made so much sense. According to this study, individuals who were considered “eccentric” prior to the war were disproportionately represented among those who hid Jews.

Now, why would that be? Why would people regarded as eccentric be more likely to risk torture and death to hide a member of a persecuted group they weren’t part of?

The answer is obvious: Eccentrics are, by definition, people who march to the beat of their own drummer, who are nonconformists, and who don’t seek social approval.

That should give us some major insights into who would save Jews — or any other group targeted for death (such as landowners in communist countries) — if our society were taken over by Nazis or communists.

If this theory about eccentrics is correct, it should give us pause.

When I observe Americans, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, and, for that matter, the citizens of most countries at this time, this observation about who would risk their lives to hide a Jew leaves me pessimistic with regard to how any of these groups would act under a Nazi or communist regime.

We have seen herdlike behavior and an unquestioning obedience to authority that few expected to witness in previously free countries such as the English-speaking ones. Worse, we have seen unquestioning obedience to irrational authority.

Wearing masks outdoors is irrational. Yet a vast number of Americans have, sheeplike, obeyed irrational government demands to wear them. Telling people who have had COVID-19 to take a vaccine against COVID-19, when natural antibodies are longer lasting and more effective, not to mention safer, than a vaccine is irrational. Telling people who have been vaccinated or had COVID-19 to wear masks is irrational. Prolonged lockdowns of healthy people are irrational.

Yet tens of millions of Americans are unquestioningly obeying irrational orders and castigating those resisting or even questioning them.

It was “eccentric” Christian pastors who kept their churches open and an “eccentric” Catholic priest who sued the state of California for denying him his constitutional right to minister to his flock — and who prevailed against the state. Except for these clergymen and a handful of eccentric restaurant owners, almost all other Americans obeyed the state’s irrational orders.

That is frightening because people who obey irrational orders and despise those who do not are precisely the type of people who didn’t hide Jews.

So, then, here are two questions for American Jews (or if you were Jewish) to ponder:

  1. If a Nazi-like doctrine took over America, and you could knock on the door of someone who obeyed all government orders regarding masks, regardless of their rationality, or someone who questioned government authority and obeyed few or none of its mask orders — on whose door would you knock?
  2. If you were given the choice between knocking on the door of an atheist professor or the door of an Evangelical pastor — on whose door would knock?

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Questions for American Jews (or if you were a Jew) to Ponder:
1) If a Nazi-like doctrine took over America, and you could knock on the door of someone who obeyed all government orders regarding masks, regardless of their rationality, or someone who questioned government authority and obeyed few or none of its mask orders — on whose door would you knock?
2) If you were given the choice between knocking on the door of an atheist professor and the door of an Evangelical pastor— on whose door would knock?

Who Would Hide a Jew if Nazis Took Over America?

There is something about most Jews that few non-Jews know: We Jews often ask ourselves if a non-Jew in our lives would hide us in the event of a Nazi-like outbreak.

I don’t know if young Jews think about this, but nearly all Jews who grew up in the decades following the Holocaust often wondered: Would this non-Jew hide me?

I have thought about this all my life because the question, “Who hid Jews?” is one of the most important questions anyone — Jew or non-Jew — needs to think about. That question is far more important than “Who didn’t hide Jews?” because great goodness is rarer than great evil and even rarer than simple moral cowardice. Yet, a vast number of books have been written attempting to understand evil, while relatively few have been written attempting to explain good.

The reason for this is simple: Since the Enlightenment, i.e., since the decline of Judeo-Christian thought, most secular people have believed, and nearly all secular thought has been predicated on, the reality-denying idea that human nature is essentially good. As a result, scholars regard good as the norm and evil as the aberration. So, they study evil far more than good.

That is why the question, “Who rescued Jews?” should be of overwhelming importance to humanity as a whole. If people are interested in increasing good and in decreasing evil, what question could be more important?A lifetime of study of this question has led me to the following answers:

No. 1: Sam and Pearl Oliner, two professors of sociology at California State University at Humboldt, were the authors of one of the most highly regarded works on altruism, “The Altruistic Personality.” The book was the product of the Oliners’ lifetime of study of non-Jewish rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust. They themselves had been hidden by non-Jews in Poland, and I had the privilege of interviewing them.

I asked Sam Oliner, “Knowing all you now know about who rescued Jews during the Holocaust, if you had to return as a Jew to Poland and you could knock on the door of only one person in the hope that they would rescue you, would you knock on the door of a Polish lawyer, a Polish doctor, a Polish artist or a Polish priest?”

Without hesitation, he responded, “Polish priest.” And his wife immediately added, “I would prefer a Polish nun.”

I should note that neither had a religious agenda, as both were secular Jews.

Of course, most Christians in Europe failed the moral test of the Holocaust, but so did nearly all secular intellectuals. And few Christians today deny this. But any honest person would still bet on a priest before a doctor, artist, lawyer or professor. It is one reason I believe that the decline of Judeo-Christian religions is a calamity: We will produce fewer people who will do great good.

No. 2: Another study of rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust offered four characteristics of rescuers. I read this book about 40 years ago and I do not remember the name of the book or three of the four characteristics. But I remember one of them because it struck me as an original insight and because it made so much sense. According to this study, individuals who were considered “eccentric” prior to the war were disproportionately represented among those who hid Jews.

Now, why would that be? Why would people regarded as eccentric be more likely to risk torture and death to hide a member of a persecuted group they weren’t part of?

The answer is obvious: Eccentrics are, by definition, people who march to the beat of their own drummer, who are nonconformists, and who don’t seek social approval.

That should give us some major insights into who would save Jews — or any other group targeted for death (such as landowners in communist countries) — if our society were taken over by Nazis or communists.

If this theory about eccentrics is correct, it should give us pause.

When I observe Americans, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, and, for that matter, the citizens of most countries at this time, this observation about who would risk their lives to hide a Jew leaves me pessimistic with regard to how any of these groups would act under a Nazi or communist regime.

We have seen herdlike behavior and an unquestioning obedience to authority that few expected to witness in previously free countries such as the English-speaking ones. Worse, we have seen unquestioning obedience to irrational authority.

Wearing masks outdoors is irrational. Yet a vast number of Americans have, sheeplike, obeyed irrational government demands to wear them. Telling people who have had COVID-19 to take a vaccine against COVID-19, when natural antibodies are longer lasting and more effective, not to mention safer, than a vaccine is irrational. Telling people who have been vaccinated or had COVID-19 to wear masks is irrational. Prolonged lockdowns of healthy people are irrational.

Yet tens of millions of Americans are unquestioningly obeying irrational orders and castigating those resisting or even questioning them.

It was “eccentric” Christian pastors who kept their churches open and an “eccentric” Catholic priest who sued the state of California for denying him his constitutional right to minister to his flock — and who prevailed against the state. Except for these clergymen and a handful of eccentric restaurant owners, almost all other Americans obeyed the state’s irrational orders.

That is frightening because people who obey irrational orders and despise those who do not are precisely the type of people who didn’t hide Jews.

So, then, here are two questions for American Jews to ponder:

  1. If a Nazi-like doctrine took over America, and you could knock on the door of someone who obeyed all government orders regarding masks, regardless of their rationality, or someone who questioned government authority and obeyed few or none of its mask orders — on whose door would you knock?
  2. If you were given the choice between knocking on the door of an atheist professor and the door of an Evangelical pastor or a Catholic priest — on whose door would knock?

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I am sorry I have not been very responsive to your Emails lately. I

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White House Fatigue, PIST-AWF.

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PIST-AWF as a new disease.  It is expected that Dr. Fauci will hold a

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It has already infected over half of the United States and is

anticipated to continue to spread. The disease itself affects the

cells of a person’s entire body then goes dormant. The disease ravages

the body and leaves serious side effects including, embarrassment for

your country, depression, anxiety as to when it will come to an end

and wondering how much more damage can be done and how long it will take

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Severe pain of the scalp from pulling your own hair while viewing your

president pander to Taliban terrorists.

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Stomach cramps from swallowing the fact we elected Biden/Harris.

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 (Beyond THE CNN cameras There are innocent Afghans being beheaded and  slaughtered as you read this. And what about the American 160 service dogs the US didn’t have space for and are likely already the victims of target practice by the animal-hating Taliban? )

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“He, who will not reason, is a bigot; he who cannot, is a fool; and

he, who dares not, is a slave.”

— William Drummond, Scottish writer (1585 – 1649)

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Ivermectin the ‘Forbidden’ Treatment for Covid, Why is the FDA Attacking A Proven, Safe Drug?

Ivermectin the ‘Forbidden’ Treatment for Covid, Why is the FDA Attacking A Proven, Safe Drug?

Many articles on efficacy of ivermectin banned from most media . Here are some:

US Senate Hearing Explores Ivermectin as “Miracle Drug …

https://trialsitenews.com/us-senate-hearing-explores-ivermectin-as-miracle-drug-for-covid-19-while-mainstream-media-outlets-ignore/My colleagues in Cali-Colombia-South America had an outbreak of Covid-19 and a group of geriatricians (one of my previous student/resident who is now a geriatrician), PhD in pharmacology/ Internist, and Infectious disease specialist design a protocol to treat 82 confirmed cases of Covid19 at a nursing home [total population 250] mean age 84 and were treated early with ivermectin, nitazoxanide …

American Democrats and Media to Blame for Countless COVID …

https://www.palmerfoundation.com.au/american-democrats-and-media-to-blame-for-countless-covid-19-deaths-after-anti-hydroxychloroquine-hysteria/American Democrats and Media to Blame for Countless COVID-19 Deaths After Anti-Hydroxychloroquine Hysteria Source: PJ Media Last week, a new peer-reviewed study of hydroxychloroquine effectiveness at treating the coronavirus was published, and it found that the drug significantly reduced mortality rates .

Ivermectin: The Forbidden Treatment | Algora Blog

https://www.algora.com/Algora_blog/2021/06/20/ivermectin-the-forbidden-treatmentIvermectin has already been approved as a covid-19 treatment in more than 20 countries. They include Mexico where the mayor of Mexico City, Claudia Scheinbaum, recently said that the medicine had reduced hospitalisations by as much as 76%. As of last week, 135,000 of the city’s residents had been treated with the medicine.

Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug? – WSJ

https://www.wsj.com/articles/fda-ivermectin-covid-19-coronavirus-masks-anti-science-11627482393Earlier this year the agency put out a special warning that “you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19.” The FDA’s statement included words and phrases such as “serious …

Doctor lies on TV about ivermectin treatment for COVID …

https://cairnsnews.org/2021/05/17/doctor-lies-on-tv-about-ivermectin-treatment-for-covid-virus-in-indian-states/By TONY MOBILIFONITISMAINSTREAM media has kept the world largely unaware that two Indian states, Goa and Uttar Pradesh have adopted mass prescription of ivermectin to fight the surge in COVID-19 cases. The heavily populated Uttar Pradesh in the north of India is claiming a high success rate. Goa is just starting. The vaccine-pushing powers that…

Ivermectin, The Drug That Cracked COVID and Treated …

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2021/05/29/ivermectin-the-drug-that-cracked-covid-and-treated-president-trump/Ivermectin is FDA approved — as an antiparasitic drug. It’s efficacy against COVID-19 was discovered by a research group in Australia last Spring. Using Ivermectinfor treating COVID-19 is called “unapproved use of an approved medication”, which makes it neither illegal nor unethical, it simply means the FDA hasn’t verified its efficacy yet against COVID-19, which seems pretty stupid …

Doctors Raise Awareness on Ivermectin Treatment for COVID …

https://grandmageri422.me/2021/07/24/doctors-raise-awareness-on-ivermectin-treatment-for-covid-19-and-how-you-can-get-it/comment-page-1/From Epochtimes.com In an effort to help end the pandemic, an international coalition of medical experts is holding worldwide events Saturday to raise awareness about the effectiveness of ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19. Organizers of the World Ivermectin Day say doctors and supporters of the inexpensive FDA-approved drug will host free online and public events in…

Can Ivermectin be used to treat COVID-19 (coronavirus)?

https://www.drugs.com/medical-answers/ivermectin-treat-covid-19-coronavirus-3535912/Ivermectin should only be used in patients for COVID-19 in a research setting, as part of a clinical trial.; An in vitro trial has shown ivermectin reduces the number of cell-associated viral RNA by 99.8 % in 24 hours. An in vitro study is when they study cells in a laboratory and not in a living organism.; Clinical trials have been conducted on people to test how well ivermectin works against …

Ivermectin is the new hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 …

https://respectfulinsolence.com/2021/06/30/ivermectin-is-the-new-hydroxychloroquine-for-covid-19-take-2-flccc-conspiracies/On Monday, I posted a typically lengthy, detailed, and snarky article about how ivermectin is the new hydroxychloroquine.What I meant by that comparison is that, just as 12-15 months ago the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine was the repurposed drug touted as a “miracle cure” for COVID-19 that fizzled when tested with rigorous clinical trials, over the first half of 2021 the veterinary …

How the Covid Scam Is Perpetrated – PaulCraigRoberts.org

https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2021/07/26/how-the-covid-scam-is-perpetrated/How the Covid Scam Is Perpetrated. Paul Craig Roberts. I have provided numerous documented detailed accounts demonstrating the lack of evidence supporting the official Covid narrative. The next time you hear Big Pharma’s propagandists say “believe the science,” ask them what science. When believers in the official narrative and Covid …More Results

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