Do the Math
OK, class. Attention please. Everybody settle down.
Let's get started on our favorite subject...math.
We're going to analyze some important numbers that we learned about this week. The purpose of studying these numbers is to develop critical thinking and awareness.
Let's take a look at some newsworthy math.
This number represents how many votes were trafficked in the state of Wisconsin in the November 2020 election.
The national non-profit election watchdog group, True the Vote, testified before the Campaign and Elections Committee in the Wisconsin Assembly on March 31, 2022. According to their exhaustive investigation, 7% of the mail-in ballots were illegally trafficked and harvested.
7% of the total mail-in ballots equals 137,551.
So, why should we care?
Let's do the math. According to the "official" vote tally, Joe Biden "won" Wisconsin by 20,682 votes.
Here is a clip of the hearing where True the Vote's, Greg Phillips, testifies about how they analyzed ballot trafficking using cellphone geo-location data to track "mules" who made multiple trips to ballot drop-off boxes. ( A "mule" is a person who smuggles or delivers illicit substances, usually drugs. In this case, though, ballots.)
Mr. Phillips indicated in his testimony that this pattern of trafficking occurred in all of the other battleground states that Biden won, as well. By True the Vote's calculations, at least 4.8 MILLION ballots were trafficked.
Phillips also is quoted as saying, "This is an organized crime that has been perpetrated on Americans."
Does this information prove the 2020 November election was rigged?
You do the math.
This figure represents the number of "mules" (as discussed above) across the country who were tracked using cellphone data. True the Vote was able to use the cellphone data to actually gather surveillance video of the "mules" wearing gloves and disguises to stuff ballot boxes.
In Georgia, it's been further discovered, again, by analyzing the cellphone data, that these "mules" would deliver their ballots to the dropboxes and then visit the offices of some Georgia Democrat officials. After stopping at theses offices, they then re-visited the dropboxes.
One "mule" made 53 trips to 20 dropboxes.
Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza will soon be releasing a documentary entitled 2000 Mules, exposing how the dropboxes were stuffed. Below is the trailer for the movie, showing surveillance footage of the dropboxes and the mules taking selfies to prove that they delivered the ballots in order to be paid.
When it comes to who won the election, I don't personally believe the math adds up.
This number represents Joe Biden's math. On March 31, 2022, Biden addressed the rising cost of gasoline for American drivers.
In doubling down on his relentless pursuit of green energy, Biden told American drivers to just buy an electric car to escape high gas prices.
“Under my plan, which is before the Congress now, we can take advantage of the next generation of electric vehicles, that a typical driver will save about $80 a month from not having to pay gas at the pump,” he bragged.
Let's do Joe's math....
According to Kelley Blue Book, the average price for an electric vehicle is around $56,000.
I'm not sure where, the $80/month gas savings comes from, but let's run with it. If Joe says it, it must be true.
So, if you divide your $80/month savings into the cost of the car. you'll be able to realize a payoff in 700 months, or 58 years.
I'm not sure Joe's math adds up for me!
This number is the amount in dollars you and I are paying each month to house the Secret Service agents who are guarding Hunter Biden at his luxury home in Malibu.
The Secret Service figured that the best way to protect first-son, Hunter and his wife, Melissa, and baby son, Beau, was to rent the house next door as a "crash pad" for the agents on assignment.
The real estate agent listing the house describes it as a "A Magical Mediterranean Resort Style Home with Ocean Views." The property description includes amenities such as picturesque gardens, a sunken living room arching around a huge fireplace, hand-carved doors, artisan tiles, and an antique-style bar with stained glass inlay.
Not sure who did the cost/benefit math on the rental; but hey, Hunter must be worth it!
Big number, right?
Well, $6.88 BILLION is the amount of money Big Pharma spent on direct-to-consumer advertising in 2021.
What makes this number even more incredible is that there are only TWO countries in the world that even permit Big Pharma to advertise direct-to-consumer: the United States and New Zealand.
Have you noticed that, with all the money spent on advertising, you haven't seen any direct-to-consumer ads for the COVID jabs on television?
Although, the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccines have been approved by the FDA, they still must abide by FDA's advertising rules. By law, "drug ads must not be false or misleading, must present a 'fair balance' of information describing both the risks and benefits of a drug, must include facts that are 'material' to the product’s advertised uses, and must include a 'brief summary' that mentions every risk described in the product’s labeling." You don't see Big Pharma ads for the vaccine because they aren't ready to lay all their cards (vaccine adverse events, risks, and side effects) on the table.
The Federal government, however, does not abide by these same rules. Even though the drug companies haven't advertised their vaccines, our government spent $1 billion of taxpayer money to promote the COVID-19 jab; which, as discussed in the above-referenced article, is arguably turning out to be the most dangerous and least-proven drug in history.
In an interesting side note, three major drug companies were sponsors of the March 27, 2022, Academy Awards broadcast. You know the show where the Will Smith-Chris Rock slap drama took place?
To briefly recap, comedian Chris Rock made a joke about Will Smith's wife, Jada Pinkett Smith and her shaved head. Will Smith, flew out of his seat, rushed on to the stage and slapped Chris Rock across the face. He returned to his seat and shouted, "Keep my wife's name out of your f***ing mouth." (You can watch the uncensored video here.) Needless to say, this was prime fodder for social media and the tabloids for days.
But what is known about Jada Pinkett Smith's shaved head is that she suffers from the hair loss condition known as alopecia.
Now, the situation gets a bit more curious. The three drug company sponsors, Pfizer, Incyte (partnering with Eli Lilly) and Novartis, are all coming out with a drug to treat...(drum roll, please)...alopecia.
Coincidence? Could the whole slapping incident have been staged as a clever marketing ploy to promote a buzz around the new drug?
I don't know. I'm not sure how to even calculate the math on this one, but I'm sure Big Pharma does.
If you're of the Baby Boomer generation, or just an oldies aficionado, you might remember the 60's/70's rock group, Three Dog Night.
A hit single from the group's first album is entitled, "One (Is the Loneliest Number)."
Well, on April 5, 2022, I was reminded of this song when I saw a video of what took place in the East Room of the White House.
There was a gathering, where former President Barack Obama returned to the White House to celebrate the anniversary of the passing of his signature health care bill, the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare").
It didn't go well for President Biden. In addition to being the butt of Obama's joke (where the former president referred to Joe as "Vice President"), Joe soon found out that he was an outcast in the room.
Sadly, when the speeches were over and everyone began to mingle, the crowd swarmed Obama and left Joe standing alone, looking lost and pitiful.
After wandering around for a moment, he even tried to horn in on a conversation Obama was having with other people. Joe put his hand on Obama's shoulder, but was totally shunned.
As much as I don't care for Joe Biden, this video is sad.
Watch for yourself:
"One" truly is the loneliest number.
If the words don’t add up, it’s usually because the truth wasn’t included in the equation.
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