The final score 5-1; the game will be played tomorrow. These tactics utilized by the Communists in days gone by didn’t predict the future, they created it out of thin air. Don’t be surprised if they still do. As an example, Russia hockey team is to play Belarus tomorrow. Belarus has a superior team, but under the Russian aegis, the Politburo sets the final score. And as scripted, the next day, Russia beats Belarus by a score of 5-1. So don’t be surprised if the Thugracracy has not pulled off the same play here.
THE FOLLOWING STORY WILL GET YOUR BLOOD FLOWING – NOT ONLY DID THEY MASSAGE THE FINAL COUNT, THE GULF BETWEEN THE ESTIMATES AND REPORTED NUMBERS WERE A GLOWING EXAMPLE OF THUGACRACY IN ACTION
The Census data has been released, but instead of the Department of Census, the release was shoved out by the White House. Isn’t that interesting. Now several Republican Senators are questioning the final count; and they should.
Alabama Republicans Sue Census Bureau
March 10, 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Attorney General of Alabama and Rep. Robert Aderholt filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Census Bureau on Wednesday, alleging that 2020 census data was being intentionally manipulated ahead of this year’s redistricting efforts. The lawsuit also claims that the Bureau was deliberately delaying its reporting of the Census results to Congress.
Republicans cite departures from census estimates in letter to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo.
More than a dozen House Republicans Friday are questioning Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on whether there “was any political interference” in the final census numbers used to decide how many House members each state will get for the coming decade.
The letter, first obtained by Fox News, is led by Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., the ranking member on the House Oversight Committee.
The Republican House members cited gaps between the number of House seats some right-leaning states were projected to gain — or some left-leaning states were projected to lose — and the final results announced this week. hey told Raimondo, overseeing the Census Bureau, that they “have questions about the methodology and the role the Biden White House may have played in releasing these numbers.”
“The apportionment population results released by the Census Bureau are strikingly different from the population evaluation estimates released just months ago on December 22, 2020,” the GOP members wrote. “Remarkably, the differences benefit traditionally blue states – which gained population compared to the estimates – over red states which tended to lose population compared to the estimates.”
They added: “For example, New York was estimated to have a population of 19,336,776, but was attributed an apportionment population much greater than that of 20,215,751, a difference of nearly 900,000 individuals. Likewise, states such as New Jersey and Illinois experienced large population increases of hundreds of thousands of individuals compared to the December estimates, while states such as Arizona, Florida, and Texas experienced large decreases from the December estimates.”
According to the Census Bureau, differences between the estimates the Republican members cite and the final census apportionment results are “typically interpreted as error in the estimates and are used to inform research and methodological improvements over the decade.” But Comer and the other Republicans on the letter ask Raimondo if the break between estimates and the census results may be the result of something else.
“This trend calls into question whether there was any political interference with the apportionment results released by the Census Bureau,” they write.
The GOP group asks Raimondo for a trove of documents, including communications between the Census Bureau and the White House, and whether the counting of illegal aliens in the congressional apportionment may have had an effect on the final result. Past decennial counts have counted illegal aliens.