Tag: election fraud
He Tucked around and found out.
Tucker Carlson, the biggest star in cable news history, found out he no longer had a job at FOX News on Monday, reportedly only ten minutes before the rest of the world got the news. His show Tucker Carlson Tonight ran from 2016 to 2023 and was the highest-rated cable news show ever, at times averaging over five million viewers. (more…)
I asked over the Counter-Currents Telegram channel last Saturday if any of you had questions for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2023 attendees. You people really pulled through. I had so many great questions that I wasn’t able to ask them all, but I tried to pick those that seemed to overlap so I could cover as much ground as I could. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 519
An Update on South America on The Writers’ Bloc
Leonardio Heredia (Telegram, YouTube) was Nick Jeelvy‘s guest on the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc, explaining the racial and demographic situation in Argentina and offering his speculations on the Scythian origins of white people, a link between Basques and Armenians, and the presence of Norsemen in pre-Colombian Argentina. (more…)
Republicans Need to Embrace American Identity to Win
We have no idea what the final outcome of the US midterm elections will be, with several crucial races having yet to be called, and nobody is promising anything until next week — and even then, the Chairman of Arizona’s Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is saying, “Don’t hold me to it.” (That’s code for “Ignore this shady stuff and please don’t do another January 6, okay?”)
In the meantime, let’s take a look at four of the most interesting Republican candidates and one who flopped. (more…)
One question I ask myself when considering whether a conspiracy theory is true is how many coincidences the supposed conspiracy eliminates. The more coincidences, the more believable the theory. On the day after the 2020 Presidential Election, even without looking at any evidence, I already understood that an extensive fraud operation (i.e., a conspiracy) had taken place, one that was attempting to shift the tallies in favor of Joe Biden. Why? Too many unlikely coincidences. Count ‘em: (more…)
Thanks to Dinesh D’Souza, I now know that there are fat people in India.
When I was a child, India symbolized poverty and malnutrition. At the dinner table, when I didn’t finish my mother’s mashed potatoes, she’d scold me and say that there are starving children in India who’d love to eat her mashed potatoes.
So when D’Souza tweeted on Monday that fat kids used to laugh at him when he was a child in India, I scoffed at the very idea that there are or were any fat kids in India. (more…)
There Is Nothing For You Here: Finding Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century
New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2021
You may well remember Fiona Hill as a “fact witness” from Donald Trump’s first impeachment. I thought I would hate her, but after reading her book, I found that she is actually fairly reasonable and motivated by many of the same concerns that I am. I’ll explore the problems in her policy proposals and overall worldview at the end. (more…)