Vote fraud in California? How else do you explain this?

The Federal Government maintains a list of its citizens, the state governments don’t. Judicial watch has made an investigation of the registered voters and found that eleven counties had more voters registered than the number of eligible voters. Here is a list of them:

County           Vote            Vote       % eligible  Clinton/
—————— Clinton      Trump   registered  Trump
Los Angeles 1,893,770    620,285   144            3.05
San Diego        567,243    386,807   138           1.47
San Francisco 312,445      34,493   114           9.06
San Mateo       192,035      47,627   111           4.03
Solano                94,622      48,712   111           1.94
Yolo                    34,460      13,178   110            2.61
Santa Cruz        85,185      20,158   109            4.23
Monterey          64,733      26,378   104            2.45
Stanislaus         73,939      72,960   102            1.01
Imperial            23,887        9,318   102            2.56
Lassen                 2,224        7,574   102            0.29
11 Co. Total  3,344,543  1,287,490                    2.60

Rest of Calif 2,514,062   1,391,229                   1.81
All Calif.       5,858,605  2,678,719                    2.19

This compilation is remarkable in so many ways.

California has 3.4 million resident aliens (green card holders and special visas). They are not eligible to vote. They also have about 3 million illegal aliens (obviously not eligible to vote)

California has motor voter registration. They issue driver’s licenses to, not only resident aliens but also to illegal aliens. All they have to do to  be registered to vote is to check a box indicating they are eligible. No check for its validity is performed.

Los Angeles County is the capital of illegal aliens, so it comes as no surprise that since they now have driver’s licenses and thereby by extension are made eligible to vote, the ratio of 1.44 between registered voters and lawfully eligible voters comes as no surprise.

Silicon valley has more resident aliens than other areas of California, so it is no surprise they have registered voters exceeding eligible voters.

There is one small county located way up in North East California, Lassen County which voted heavily for Trump. It has only two major employers, two state prisons and one federal prison. Could Lassen County  have registered ineligible prisoners?

This calls for a thorough investigation if the integrity of voting means anything.

The link to the letter from Judicial watch to CA, http://www.judicialwatch.org/document-archive/nvra-letter-ca-august-2017/

Oroville Dam, a disaster in waiting? A Limerick.

The water from Oroville dam

comes down like a battering ram.

They skipped maintenance, when

it was drought. That was then.

Repairs? Always bill Uncle Sam!

On May 31, 1889 The South Fork dam failed and unleashed 20,000,000 tons of water that devastated Johnstown, PA.  The flood killed 2,209 people, and is remembered as one of the worst dam disasters to have ever befallen innocent and unaware people.

The dam was small by today’s standard, releasing only 16,220 acre-feet of water. Compare this to the water behind Lake Oroville Dam, 3,500,000 acre-feet, and another 370,000 acre feet of rain expected in the next few days.

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Right now the dam is releasing 80 to 100,000 cubic feet of water a second, or about 2 acre-feet per second, about 6 times the capacity of the power station, which is rated at 835 MW. This means the release is about 5.5 GW of power rushing down and eroding the new spillway channel carved out by up to 7.5 million horse-power of destructive force. Normally this energy is absorbed as heat in a functional spillway, but if unleashed, much of its power is erosion force. The new channel of water, mixed with debris choked the normal water outlet from the power station and its diversion pool, so the power has been turned off since the emergency began.

For now, the main dam seems to be undamaged, but if more rains come, and there are 2 more major storms lined up coming from Japan and Taiwan with torrential rains, so this scare is far from over. Meanwhile, residents downstream are told to have their bags packed, and listen to emergency radio every hour, if the spillway gives way much further, this is going to be big.

The repair bill for damage done so far is probably a quarter billion dollars, not counting the cost of the evacuation. Proper maintenance would probably have cost less than 20 million dollars. This is about par for  California politicians.

The original spillway is now totally diverted by erosion.

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The spillway while it was still functioning as planned

Did Hillary Clinton really win the popular vote? Only if California is included.

Did Hillary Clinton really win the popular vote? Let’s look at the result.

Popular vote total:  Trump: 62,958,211 Clinton: 65,818,318
Advantage: Clinton: + 2.8 million

Popular vote total outside California: Trump: 58,474,401 Clinton: 57,064,530
Advantage Trump: + 1.4 million

California total vote: Trump 4,438,875 Clinton 8,753,788                               Advantage Clinton + 4.3 million

Donald Trump got 11% fewer California votes than John McCain did in 2008, but Hillary Clinton got 6% more votes than Obama did eight years ago. ( the number of registered Democrats in the state climbed by 13% over those years, while the number of registered Republicans declined.)

California is the only state, in fact, where Clinton’s margin of victory was bigger than President Obama’s in 2012 — 61.5% vs. Obama’s 60%.

This may be because many Republicans in the state had nobody to vote for in November.

The candidates to replace Sen. Barbara Boxer were both Democrats. There were no Republicans on the ballot for House seats in nine of California’s congressional districts.

At the state level, six districts had no Republicans running for the state senate, and 16 districts had no Republicans running for state assembly seats.

So, many perceived California as a one party state, and had no choice but to vote Democrat.

I worked for a while on the 2010 census, and it was an eye opener. We count people, not citizens. We count citizens, resident aliens, temporary work visa aliens, aliens with expired visa, illegal entry aliens, illegal entrants from countries who do not require a visa, in short everyone that does not state they are just tourists here very temporary. This census then serves as the basis for allocating congressional seats. California has an estimated 3.3 million illegal aliens and 3 million legal resident aliens. Most of the legal resident aliens and about half a million of the illegal aliens have drivers licenses. Many of the aliens with expired visa have a driver’s license issued to them when they were here legally.

The time comes to renew your license and one question on the application is: Would you like to register to vote? If you do not x the box they may think you are here illegally so you do. This brings up another form where they ask if you are a citizen. The form cannot be completed unless you complete this box. It is my suspicion that more than one of the millions of illegal aliens and resident aliens have obtained a voter registration. If any of them went ahead and voted, then any precinct that had an illegal vote should be eliminated from being counted due to voter fraud.

But in an interview in the Hispanic media President Obama more or less promised nobody will ever check your eligibility.

RODRIGUEZ: Many of the millennials, Dreamers, undocumented citizens — and I call them citizens because they contribute to this country — are fearful of voting. So if I vote, will immigration know where I live? Will they come for my family and deport us?

OBAMA: Not true. And the reason is, first of all, when you vote, you are a citizen yourself. And there is not a situation where the voting rolls somehow are transferred over and people start investigating, et cetera. The sanctity of the vote is strictly confidential in terms of who you voted for. If you have a family member who maybe is undocumented, then you have an even greater reason to vote.

It is time to clean out the voter rolls of not only dead people and people registered in more than one state, but also clean it from illegal voters. And if anyone has voted illegally, this act alone should be cause for immediate deportation. This may cause some disruptions in production and providing quality service, since many are very productive and otherwise good people, but our election process must be held to the highest standards.

California secede? Only west of San Andreas Fault, a Limerick.

Should California be divided into 2 states?

I have been thinking about the merit of dividing California into 2 states. It really makes sense on so many fronts.

The name of the states should be California and Pacifis – after Atlantis that sank into the ocean.

Pacifis should include all territory west of San Andreas Fault, and also including the whole southern portion of the San Francisco Bay up to San Pablo following the Hayward fault. The Northern portion of the bay will remain in California.

California already have inspection stations for agriculture goods and it would be relatively easy to set up more along the Fault lines. Then as the area west of the San Andreas fault physically secedes from the mainland it is logical to allow Pacifis to politically secede from the United States.

The Limerick:

Can part California secede?

Droughts, earthquakes all make it recede.

 For west of the fault line

Decline is the byline.

From Bay to LA all agreed.

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Cut methane by 40%? California tries to legislate flatulence. A limerick.

On September 19, 2916 Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill (SB 1383) that requires the state to cut methane emissions from dairy cows and other animals by 40% by 2030.  The bill is yet another massive blow to the agricultural industry in the state of California that has already suffered from the Governor’s passage of a $15 minimum wage and a recent bill that makes California literally the only state in the entire country to provide overtime pay to seasonal agricultural workers after working 40 hours per week or 8 hours per day (see “California Just Passed A $1.7 Billion Tax On The Whole Country That No One Noticed“).

According to a statement from Western United Dairymen CEO, Anja Raudabaugh, California’s Air Resources Board wants to regulate animal methane emissions even though it admits there is no known method for achieving the the type of reduction sought by SB 1383.

cowbackpacksMaybe like this?

In Climate Change remedy tools

both Kerry and Jerry are fools.

Do away with methane,

no more fart? That’s insane.

Enteric digestion still rules.

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California should be split into 2 states. A Limerick.

Should California be divided into 2 states?

I have been thinking about the merit of dividing California into 2 states. It really makes sense on so many fronts.

The name of the states should be California and Pacifis – after Atlantis that sank into the ocean.

Pacifis should include all territory west of San Andreas Fault, and also including the whole southern portion of the San Francisco Bay up to San Pablo. The Northern portion of the bay will remain in California.

It will then be relatively easy to put up inspection points to make sure no contraband Mc Donald’s happy meal toys get smuggled into Pacifis. The border with Mexico, that’s another story. Then as events unfurl we can watch Pacifis as it sinks.

The Limerick:

The State California: Too big to contain.

It really should split, be divided in twain.

 For west of the fault line

Decline is the byline

The rest is productive, we’ll let it remain.