You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

Dear Editor,

The New York Times (my source, by the way) has reported an interview with a Democrat Party operative who is tasked with conducting mail-in ballot voter fraud. The individual in question reveled techniques they used to stuff the ballot box in elections on all levels from city and towns all the way up to Senate and House elections. But hey, this is all conspiracy theory, the stuff of tin foil hat wearers. Ignore the details he revealed.

Another popular conspiracy theory is how large numbers of the rioters and instigators are actually from outside the area. They have been bused in. Oh wait, during the Kenosha riots, out of 175 people arrested, 103 were found to be living in 44 other cities. In other words, outsiders. Another TFH (tin foil hat) balled up and tossed in the recycle.

Several hundred Black Life Matters adherents marched through the streets of Oakland, California, chanting, “Death to America.” But wait. BLM is supposed to be a peaceful movement trying to eliminate racism. What changed that they are calling for the destruction of America. Oh, that’s right, they’ve always wanted to destroy this country and replace it with their Marxist/socialist workers paradise.

There is a video of prominent (National Socialist) Democrats openly advocating for violent uprisings.

“I just don’t know why there aren’t uprisings all over the country. Maybe there will be.” – Nancy Pelosi.

“There needs to be unrest in the streets.” – Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.)

“Show me where it says that protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful.” – CNN host Chris Cuomo.

Then there is this headline from the Wall Street Journal: “Pact Made by People Nation Gang Factions to ‘Shoot On-Site’ [sic] Any Police Officer with a Weapon Drawn.” This is in essence a declaration of war on law enforcement in Chicago. By the way this warning was issued by the FBI to Chicago law enforcement officers.

Finally here is another entry in our “rules for thee, not for me” category.

The Wicked Witch of the West needed a wash and blow so she had one of her minions direct a stylist to attend to her in spite of the rules. And when she got caught, she showed her unmitigated arrogance by vehemently declaring she was “set up” and even kicked it up a notch by declaring the salon owner owed her an apology.

Folks, contrary to the “conspiracy theory” screamers, you cannot make this stuff up.

Alan Marshall



Voice of the People Can’t Be Denied

Dear Editor,

So Greensboro has eliminated the public comment period for council meetings.  Great.  So, as they say, there is another way to skin the cat.  As a public governmental entity, council members and the city are required to maintain all emails and communications they receive.  S-o-o-o, write city officials a respectful email and express your thoughts or concerns.  Be sure that you copy all members of the council and include the city attorney plus other members of Greensboro management and department heads that might have a responsibility to address your issue.  You can find their names, job titles and email addresses on the city or county websites.  Be sure to ask them to respond. 

You can do the same thing when dealing with Guilford County, High Point, Jamestown or any other local government.  Also, be sure to send a copy to the Rhino Times, the High Point Enterprise, the News & Record and any other news outlet you know about.  You can even send them to local TV and radio stations.  Doing so will bring your comments and concerns to the forefront of every elected official and the media and nobody can say they didn’t hear your comments.  Don’t forget to ask them about your issues when these folks are on the campaign trail. If you were willing to be heard at a public meeting, you should be willing to let your words be heard – in writing.  It is past time for people to be heard.

Ken Orms