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Street Artists Target the ‘Barack H. Obama Highway’ to Highlight #Obamagate Scandal

They certainly got their point across.

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Some right-wing street artists targeted the ‘Barack H. Obama Highway’ to highlight the former president’s role in the illegal spying of Trump.

A group called “The Faction” placed a banner on a highway sign crediting Obama for “illegal wire taps,” “fake dossiers,” and “election insurance.” It also refers to him by his Indonesian alias “Barry Soetoro” and mockingly calls him a private investigator.

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According to the District Herald, these street artists describe themselves as a “rogue right-wing street outfit” that is “100% pro-individualism and meritocracy and 100% anti-identity politics.”

Although Obamagate has recently gone viral on Twitter due to the release of explosive court documents, Big League Politics has been reporting about Obama’s intimate involvement in the Russian collusion hoax for years:

Obamagate is real, and the Nunes memo, which has detonated like a bomb in the face of official Washington, forced a reckoning. While evidence of political interference in the intelligence and national security sectors by the Obama administration has piled up relentlessly over the past few weeks, it wasn’t until the infamous memo that those stories became impossible to sweep under the rug, and demanded a response. And, of course, Republicans in particular have wrung their hands over that. “We are shocked, shocked,” many of them intone seriously, “that the Obama administration tried to politicize every inch of their administration.”

Really? You’re shocked? Because I thought the Obama administration’s willingness to play politics with seemingly impartial branches of government was well-established. Granted, the scale of the offense in this case is greater than most previous offenses. Yes, the story of how flagrantly the Obama administration corrupted the intelligence community is impressive for its sheer brazenness, and rightfully deserves the comparisons to Watergate it’s getting. But when it comes to politicizing America’s government infrastructure, we’ve known the Obama administration was this brazen for a while. In fact, when it came to achieving the preferred policy outcomes of their donors, the Obama administration already showed it was perfectly willing to leverage national security years back.

To explain this, let me take you back to 2011, when it emerged that Gen. William Shelton, then the head of Air Force Space Command, had been pressured by the administration to alter testimony before Congress in order to favor the interests of Democratic donor Philip Falcone. Specifically, Shelton was asked to voice support for policies that would have favored Falcone’s then-new company, LightSquared. Shelton refused, and told his story to reporters, who ran it as a tech-oriented coda to the then-developing Solyndra scandal.

As it turned out, Shelton’s decision to blow the whistle was very, very wise, because LightSquared soon became a Solyndra in its own right. You see, after receiving billions in government funding, as well as illegally-granted licenses, from the Obama-era FCC, Lightsquared ended up forced into bankruptcy when multiple other federal agencies had the bad taste to point out that its entire business model not only would fail, but could end up indirectly taking the GPS industry with it thanks to its poorly thought out technological plans. Without getting too far into the weeds, LightSquared’s business model relied on using a particular band of spectrum (essentially, the equivalent of a lane in a highway, but for digital data, not for cars) that GPS companies also used to make their products work. The problem was that what Lightsquared was doing was more or less the equivalent of a drunk driver swerving around the lane, and would’ve eventually caused the digital equivalent of a thirty car pileup. And yet, the Obama administration tried to conscript Air Force Space Command into being an apologist for one of their many sugar daddies. With that kind of disregard for basic prudence, is it any wonder they also thought they could get away with turning intelligence agencies into opposition research arms of the DNC?

President Donald Trump recently announced that he is investigating the investigators.

Obama may not be able to escape justice for much longer after he, not the Rooskies, tried to interfere in America’s democracy.

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Before the Election, DHS Set Up ‘Sector Coordinating Council’ with Dominion and Smartmatic Reps to Oversee the Vote

It appears the vote steal was ordered from the highest of levels.

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After the election, many so-called national experts have proclaimed that the 2020 vote was the most secure in history as they plot desperately to avoid legitimate inquiry.

“The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history. Right now, across the country, election officials are reviewing and double checking the entire election process prior to finalizing the result,” the members of Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) Executive Committee said in a statement.

“While we know there are many unfounded claims and opportunities for misinformation about the process of our elections, we can assure you we have the utmost confidence in the security and integrity of our elections, and you should too. When you have questions, turn to elections officials as trusted voices as they administer elections,” they added.

However, it has been revealed that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) literally partnered with executives from Dominion and Smartmatic to form the Elections Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council (SCC) to “protect” electoral infrastructure prior to the dubious vote.

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“The Sector Coordinating Council would like to assure the public that the SCC is working collectively to cooperate, share and exchange information with DHS and the nation’s intelligence community to ensure the integrity and security of our nation’s critical voting infrastructure,” the SCC executive committee stated prior to the election.

The SCC executive committee members included Chairman Chris Wlaschin of Election Systems & Software, Vice Chair Bryan Finney of Democracy Live, Kay Stimson of Dominion Voting Systems, Ericka Haas of the Electronic Registration Information Center, and Edwin Smith of Smartmatic. They operate in a dual capacity with the GCC, which were both mandated into existence in Jan. 2017 by DHS before President Trump could even be sworn into office.

Big League Politics reported on a survey of tech professionals indicating that a strong majority of them had major concerns about electoral integrity shortly before the vote took place:

The Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) released the findings of a survey months before the election of the opinions of tech professionals, showing that a majority of them had deep concerns with electoral integrity heading into November’s election. The fake news media, of course, swept this crucial survey under the rug.

The professionals who were surveyed in September listed the rankings of their concerns as follows:

1. Misinformation/disinformation campaigns (73%)

2. Tampering with tabulation of voter results (64%)

3. Hacking or tampering with voter registration rolls

Hacking or tampering with voting machines (both 62%)

Retired Brigadier General and ISACA board director Greg Touhill was alarmed at the findings, hoping to throw cold water on the legitimate concerns of the tech professionals with regards to the voting process.

“The overwhelming majority of localities have sound election security procedures in place, but the public’s perception does not match the reality,” said Touhill.

“This means that governments, from the county level on up, need to clearly and robustly communicate about what they are doing to secure their election infrastructure. As the study indicates, the most real threat to the election—impacting all candidates from all parties—is misinformation and disinformation campaigns,” he added.

Tech professionals suggested the following remedies to allay election concerns:

1. Educating the electorate about misinformation (65%)

2. Using electronic voting machines with paper audit trails (64%)

3. Increased training for election and election security personnel (62%)

Unfortunately, none of those recommendations were ever put into place, and America had to deal with third-world nightmare on election day.

Even though the process has been rife with fraud and abnormalities, China-owned politicians and bureaucrats have championed the process anyway as they hope the dubious media-ordained outcome can be finalized as quickly as possible.

These so-called experts are desperate to gloss over the incredible fraud that happened during this year’s vote. They will seemingly make up any lie to avoid being held liable for their seditious actions.

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