Patrick Byrne The oligarchy has two wings: Wall Street and the Deep State. I have been hunting both since 2004.

The Deep Rig: How Election Fraud Cost Donald J. Trump the White House, By a Man Who did not Vote for Him (or, What to send friends who ask, “Why do you doubt the integrity of Election 2020?”)

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This started with the 6 installment you may have read on the website. Yet those installments were more or less first drafts. I cut them up, rearranged the flow to be more logical, then kept adding details, pieces of proof, backstories, and previously unknown but important details (e.g., what went on backroom with Pence) that appear nowhere else but are a part of history. In the end, it wound up being being 10 chapters.

Note that this is eBook only. You can download it immediately after clicking through and buying it, and read it on Kindle or your Apple app or whatever eBook reader you use. If you enjoyed the installments on this website (which were the equivalent of an 80 page novella), this is about a 120 page novel.

Why am I charging $4.99? I started off expecting simply to put it up online for free as a pdf. A friend convinced me otherwise that it will mean more to more people if it has a price, both domestically and around the world. I accepted his argument. But I priced it as low as a serious book can go. And just so you know, the activities I mention in this book cost me about $1.5 million, and the 15 year DeepCapture project has cost me about $40 million.

You can buy it here on DeepCapture:

Or at Amazon:

The Deep Rig: How Election Fraud Cost Donald J. Trump the White House, By a Man Who did not Vote for Him: (or what to send friends who ask, “Why do you doubt the integrity of Election 2020?”)

Note the subtitle: “What to send friends who ask, ‘Why do you doubt the integrity of Election 2020?’” Many people feel frustrated because they know, they just cannot say why they know, yet get frustrated with those who cannot see . Now they have something they can send their friends. If you know a few of those people, please feel free to send each a copy.

Patrick Byrne The oligarchy has two wings: Wall Street and the Deep State. I have been hunting both since 2004.

149 Replies to “The Deep Rig: How Election Fraud Cost Donald J. Trump the White House, By a Man Who did not Vote for Him (or, What to…”

  1. Gunther, please document your encounters with President Trump, Sidney Powell and Rudy Guiliano so I can compare it to Byrne’s account of what happened.

      1. Dear Gunther:
        Please write the first 6 chspters for free on your site, then we can compare your free offerings with that of Mr. Byrne and see whether we pay for his e-book or yours….or both ! 🙂
        Thanks,
        Anil

        1. No deal. The material circumstances under which I’m expected to compete with Mister Byrne, and at the same time surpass him in ironic detachment, sense of humor and historical perspective, in other words, to write like Gore Vidal and not like Alexandra Petri of the Washington Post…., WOULD REQUIRE A SUBSTANTIAL CASH ADVANCE!

          1. Your logic, (and/or your lack thereof), means this is likely the end of our conversation, Gunther.

            Good luck finding the cash advance…i am certainly NOT giving you any money at all !

            Ciao.
            Anil

          2. I’m surprised Gunther has read anything by Gore Vidal, whom I was fortunate enough to meet many years ago. Good comparison with Patrick though. The writing, not the gay part!

          3. What me and Gore Vidal have in common is that we were once two totally hot looking young guys. It’s a very, very exclusive club… , though not chummy …

      2. the most common distribution model for books is to put it on a platform at a set price. people tend to not appreciate things the are given for free. that is the main logic for anyone putting a price on things that they would rather give away. this behavior is proven. why would anyone give away a book for free and allow critics to disrespect and give biased critique of your work for free. i can testify from experience that giving away things for free opens a can of worms where people with certain agendas get to slam your work without having even paid anything. most communities and content are moving towards paid models now. the free platforms and content did not work because it builds bias and attracts people who only show up to try to disrespect or demoralize others. the paid model works much better online because you have groups of people who are more likely forming genuine real world interactions and who are thinking for themselves rather than repeating what they’ve heard without thought. it weeds out a lot of the behavior we have nowadays where half-wits like to say things they would never say to your face in reality. good on Patrick for setting such a great price and he easily should charge 2x.

    1. Heinz is a nitpicking troll and communist. He does what communists do. Projecting his own shortcomings onto others. Conspiracy theories everywhere, yet he is the only one who doesn’t fall for the biggest one. LOL

      Patrick, I would not even discuss a price or if it is reasonable. Without communism and fascism people can decide if they buy it or not. It’s all subject to an individuals opinion. and not rocket science. You did a job and in return you want some compensation. Fine with all reasonable people! Who doesn’t want to buy the book can still read here.

      Regarding the cover, same same. Some like it some don’t. Who cares. Subjective to the person who looks at it.

      Finally I say THANK YOU VERY MUCH Patrick for all your writings and what you do for the republic! I gained a few insights even though I know your reporting on the matter is subjective as well. Plus I do not concur with every opinion. But it was very helpful!

  2. Just bought it – but first thought is – for a serious book, how about a designed cover? If the objective is to reach a bigger audience to inform them of your work…!

      1. Hello Patrick, my friend Brad Szollose started out as a graphic designer. Though he became an author/speaker, still designs book covers for other authors. His best selling award winning book is Liquid Leadership from Woodstock to Wikipedia and has become required reading for college/university courses. His book cover design, for Liquid Leadership, is simple but interesting and more appealing than most. He has done a Ted Talk which is an introduction to his book and what he does. It is like a business success model into the future, covering how technology has changed everything including us, bridging the gap generationally mellenials to baby boomers and all others, etc. Please give him a shout and tell him Dillon sent you! You can locate him on every social media site and through his Liquid Leadership website. He also has a podcast called Awakened Nation, which has a high quality amazing graphics display and equally impressive intro leading into the interviews. Go look at his work and you will want to hire him!

    1. Does the book happen to contain an itemized list of the expenditures the author claims to have incurred?

      1. Hi Patrick,

        Good meeting you in Austin. Look me up next time you are in town. You were under surveillance buddy, or I would have been more forthcoming. I almost got whacked over that.

        When we write my book we’ll charge $49.99

  3. Adding to what Julian wrote, I would suggest that your cover art should be your picture at the White House after the meeting. That picture shows every nuance of emotion that you wrote throughout this journey.

      1. Patrick,

        I know it was a selfie but it’s not very flattering. You look like you’re wearing a neck brace. Find book covers you like and find out who designed them. Then get a pro to take your photo for the book cover. You could afford Annie Leibovitz!

  4. Does the book cite or include the phone survey analysis by Prof Stephen J Miller, which appeared in your drafts on this site, and if it does, do you at least also point out that under criticism from colleagues, including the Vice President of the American Statistical Association, Miller himself has acknowledged serious flaws in his own analysis?

    https://williamsrecord.com/434506/news/professor-of-mathematics-steven-miller-issues-legal-statement-suggesting-ballot-irregularities-in-pa-conclusions-repudiated-by-statisticians-and-political-scientists/

    1. Robert G,

      I just read the article where you appear to be quoting Professor Miller saying that he “acknowledges serious flaws in his analysis” .

      No where does he acknowledge this. Three Statisticians questions the methodology of the Braynard study and criticized Professor Miller for signing a sworn affidavit that relies on it …

      None of the three offer anything substantive in their criticism other than they think that Professor Miller was wrong to give the Braynard study so much credence ….Who are they to assert that their opinion as to the value and reliability of Braynard’s work is any more pertinent that that of Professor Miller’s ….

      They put their pants on the same way he does.

      I read it as a piece of ‘Orwellian Browbeating ‘….nothing of substance …..at best a feeble attempt by them at initiating an unsolicited ‘pissing contest’…

      Thank you Patrick for both your work …and not responding to this thinly veiled (if not uncharitable) attempt to troll you ….

      Pug Henry

      1. Yeah, yeah, if you don’t toe the line here, you are a troll.

        The flaws in the Miller report are in the assumptions about the data, not the arithmetic, and we all know that survey data is not reliable, especially around voting. This was most strongly evident in the polls failing to predict Trump’s win in 2016, but I guess if they now seem to support his victory, they are suddenly gospel, to Trump supporters!

        Miller’s math is probably fine, but the assumption that the data is reliable and representative is very shaky. A lot of the phone numbers were wrong, so some of the people who did answer the phone might not even have been the intended interviewee. Also, if some of them requested and received a ballot and then didn’t vote, they might have lied to the phone interviewer, and said they didn’t request a ballot or didn’t receive it, because they were too embarrassed to admit to not voting. Others may have checked off a box on an earlier form to request a ballot without realizing or remembering they had done so, and thus told the interviewer they got one they didn’t ask for. I once accidentally asked for an interpreter at traffic court that way – it was quite awkward when I arrived! The people who could be reached by phone, are probably not representative of the much larger group of ones who could not be reached, who might have given quite different survey responses. Braynard may or may not be a rigorous surveyor who kept accurate records. And Miller is a pure mathematician with no background in dealing with messy real world data.

        I don’t know about the book, but in the versions on this site, Byrne brushes all the concerns about Miller’s statement off with minimal comment, giving the impression that the Miller statement is conclusive, and he gives the same casual dismissal to any challenges to the arguments by Dr Shiva and Mr Solomon and other supposed mathematical proofs of fraud, all of which are heavily critiqued by a variety of credentialed and distinguished experts.

        1. Robert G.

          The point is, your inquiring as to whether Patrick updated his assessment to account for the fact that other biased ‘experts’ disagree with the decision of Professor Miller to rely on the Braynard study, I believe you are being disingenuous.

          The news article you linked to offered nothing of substance to challenge Professor Miller’s analysis other than the opinions, likely biased, of other purported experts who disagreed with him giving the Braynard study such weight ….That’s THEIR opinion …

          If Patrick operated under that literary regimen, he’d be unable to cite any studies or assessments to make his points .

          Obviously your not oblivious to this fact, so I can only conclude you are , as I said, offering a thinly veiled ,albeit pseudo-scholarly, trolling to the discourse …

          Pug Henry

          1. If the only thing wrong with Miller’s report is that other experts disagree with it, well, I guess that’s fine then! Just cite it as proof of election fraud and it’s all good.

            Both you and Patrick (at least in the draft book) seem happy with the notion that disputed evidence can be laundered by assuming any critics are biased. Patrick also slyly insinuates (again in the drafts) that anybody who recants their “proof” must have been bullied into doing so.

            These are pretty convenient and self-serving assumptions.

          2. Again, I was going through the comments section, read yours, noted that you were straightforward enough to provide a link, was intrigued enough by your comment to go to the link and read it, only to find out it didn’t support the ‘apparent’ underlying rationale for your comment.

            You obviously had/have an axe to grind likely because you are content with the results of the election and alarmed by anyone like Patrick who can successfully invalidate your ‘belief/opinion’ and turn said contentment into discontentment

            Take credit for at least taking the time to read Patrick’s account …..but don’t try to pass your interest off as honest, benign inquiry because it clearly was not …..hence the ‘troll’ assignation ….

            You should wear it proudly …it suits you….

            Pug Henry …

          3. It sounds like you are only objecting to my saying Miller’s “analysis” was flawed rather than that his conclusions were flawed.
            Anyway, not to beat a dead horse….

        2. RoberG.
          You say you are after truth…then at least admit one of your own untruths littered across the many pages of this site…Pug Henry unwrapped one of them.

          You made a clear and unambiguos comment about the the good Professor “taking back” his assertions due to his colleagues criticism. However, as Pug Henry pointed out, he did nothing of the sort. And continues to stand hy his assertions, even in the article you provided the link to.

          Can you at least admit your statement in your very first comment on this Feb20th article/post was wrong, and misstated the Professor’s position ?

          Regards,
          Anil

          ps. Pug Henry, lets see if RoberG will be open enough to respond to my question directly (and restricted to the specific point i make here.)

          …elsewhere on this site, when challenged specifically, he goes silent. I don’t think he is ill-intentioned (but i could be wrong on that asessment)…. he is however, almost certainly, a sloppy thinker and evasive debater…. like the vast majority of the general public.

          1. Anil,

            We’re all guilty at times to wanting so badly to have our positions validated that we’ll sloppily embrace the positions of any of those that appear to do just that.

            I was impressed that he provided a link, but became quickly disappointed that the ‘proof’ he offered was so lacking.

            Actually, to be honest, I was happy to see that this was the best he could do to undermine Patrick’s insights ….If that’s the best Patrick’s detractors have, we can confidently continue (as I have) to promulgate his story ..

            Bought the download today (right after I read the article on RoberG’s link)

            Pug Henry

          2. how dare you argue with a liberal.

            he is right if he says he is right. you lowlife.

            just like his friends who put up pizza boxes to block those stupid people from watching them work their butt off during the vote count. dont you DARE to doubt those honorary citizens. if they say, they are right. they are.

            who do you think YOU are. dont you know that we are only equal when htere are no liberals around? and when they are among us. they are the MOST equal. … just assume yourself to be a nothing. then think up a perfect human. that is the liberal.

            if you dont believe me that they are perfect, just watch all those Antifa rioters. Do you now realize just how imperfect you are? Antifa is a perfect exammple of what perfection is like. Robert is very close to them mentally. a lot of energy.

            The only thing that is not ok with Robert, as per his wife, … is the size … but then who said it matters. and robeert is not american anyway…

          3. I don’t think I actually used the term “taking back”.

            After criticism, Miller added the disclaimer that “the analysis is based on the data I received being accurate and a representative sample of the population”, which more or less acknowledges that he didn’t attempt to verify it for himself. According to his colleague Dr. De Veaux, who thinks Miller violated 7 of 10 ethical principles for statisticians (De Veaux is Vice President of the American Statistical Association): “after receiving this and similar feedback, on both statements, Miller apologized for his “lack of clarity and due diligence.”” Hmmm – “lack of due diligence”.

            So Miller acknowledged the he didn’t verify the data, and simply assumed it was representative, and later apologized for neither checking it nor making it clear he didn’t check it. I would call that acknowledging serious flaws. He didn’t apologize for his actual math, which might be valid, but since it is based on faulty assumptions, it’s essentially garbage in – garbage out.

            https://williamsrecord.com/435109/opinions/a-rebuttal-to-steven-millers-report-on-pa-gop-mail-in-ballot-requests/

            But never mind Miller – my real concern is that reader’s of Patricks posts here on this subject, would have no idea that the mathematical analyses and conclusions of a variety of presumed experts, including Miller, Solomon, Shiva and others, are not only far from settled, but vehemently disputed by other experts, so some lack of “due diligence” may apply here as well, unless Patrick had beefed up his own discussion of the possible criticism of these reports in his book.

        3. @RoberG: I know you didn’t use the phrase “take..back” — that’s why I used it in quotes :)… the point is you are not understanding what Pug Henry and I have taken the time to explain to you… it’s OK…

          @Pug Henry — you are absolutely right, sir… we are all looking for validation for our unique point of view (henceforth “POV”) — the problem is that you and I can be aware of our shortcomings and acknowledge them openly… someone like RoberG – (and I have more than a few of them in the firm that I co-founded almost two decades ago…) doesn’t want to acknowledge even when they are wrong… they are like the proverbial blind man who just grabs the tail of the elephant, and insists that the elephant is like a rope.. 😉

          Good to see you here, and thank you for taking the time to read RoberG’s link (I was avoiding reading it out of laziness, but once I saw you dive in — I did too :)). I enjoy a well-reasoned honest debate – haven’t concluded 100% that the RIG was a RIG, but am currently at 90% probability and tell a few people about it, waking them up to the dangers of just blindly reading and accepting what 6 media corporations have curated for the world to see and believe..

          Good wishes to all,
          Anil

          1. Anil,

            We are in total agreement …..

            But the stench of ‘dead horses’ is beginning to e-waft over this comment site so I’ll conclude by noting that, once again, RoberG cited an article from the local/college (Williams) news paper that recounts some ‘act of contrition’ Professor Miller has purportedly acted out, as some sort of proof that he has recanted his sworn testimony.

            As the old saying goes: “Two can play at that game” – https://wmbriggs.com/post/33719/

            Only the most epistemologically deluded remain willfully ignorant of the ‘Scarlet Letter’ treatment conservatives and/or those who argue conservative positions have increasingly had to endure . I’m not a lawyer, but, as it relates to political/constitutional issues, I’ve found several blogs of reputable practitioners/experts from which to round out my opinion on current news related events . Professor William Jacobson of Cornell Law – ‘Legal Insurrection – https://legalinsurrection.com/ – is one of them. You may have heard of him as he has been under fire by the student body and some of his fellow professors for confronting critical race theory at Cornell. (He is surprised by yesterdays SCOTUS position on the 2020 election cases that have been brought to it.)

            My point is that RoberG is being deliberately, if not subtlety, contrary in citing examples of ‘Orwellian brow-beating’ that Professor Miller must endure, like Professor Jacobson, because of his tenacious adherence to the path of Truth.

            RoberG appears to be like so many of those who , while not thrilled by the choice they had for President, couldn’t stomach another 4 years of Trump, and , now, after the fact, is desperately trying to validate/justify their (his) decision to throw in with those who it is obvious, conspired to undermine and , in fact, hijack the Republic.

            Like the central character in Edgar Alan Poe’s “A Tell Tale Heart” ….he keeps hearing the ‘heartbeat’ of the victim of the crime he is complicit in….and is desperately flailing around for anything that will drown out the sound of the ‘beat’.

            RoberG is one of those’ citizens’ that Benjamin Franklin prophesied we’d be confronted with when he answered that question of what form of government the founders had settled on:

            “A Republic IF YOU can keep it”.

            Unfortunately, for RoberG …..HE is one of those who have failed the test.

            Hence the constant beat of the heart he hears …..the heart of the ‘victim’ …our Republic his willful ignorance was complicit in allowing to expire.

            Pug Henry

          2. LOL – Anil, I like how you said I made a “clear and unambiguous statement” but you, yourself paraphrased it with words “take back” which you are now distancing yourself from – I hope you see the irony.

            For everybody in this thread – I have been sincere and have tried to be consistent in everything I have posted. Miller did a lousy job which he admits – he analysed data whose provenance he didn’t check and didn’t highlight for his readers that it might be sketchy. And yes, Braynard can be considered a biased source as he has a strong association with Trump and conducted the survey specifically to find evidence of cheating. He may have done the study perfectly, but that relationship and its potential implications should have been better disclosed.

            Pug Henry, I don’t know if I specifically said anywhere that Miller “recanted” his affidavit, (and if I did I was wrong) but he certainly did qualify it, indicating it is true IF the phone data is good, and it’s already well established that phone survey data about voting behaviour is not very reliable. He should have known that (and probably does!) Two concerns are that the answers they got got might have been wrong, either because the respondents lied or forgot, or their family/housemates who in many cases answered the phone got it wrong; and and that the small subset of answers they got were not randomly selected and thus cannot be assumed to be representative. Other criticisms are that there was no corresponding analysis of Democratic voters to see if they same findings might be seen, which would tend to indicate no fraud favoring one candidate over another. Finally the experts criticizing Miller are better qualified than he is in this kind of work.

            Snipe at me all you want, but the bottom line is that the Miller report is not valid, and furthermore that Patrick gave it too much credibility, at least on this site.

          3. OK, I see where the confusion may have arisen. In a post yesterday at 11:07 I made a comment about Miller, and in the next paragraph I said:

            “Both you and Patrick (at least in the draft book) seem happy with the notion that disputed evidence can be laundered by assuming any critics are biased. Patrick also slyly insinuates (again in the drafts) that anybody who recants their “proof” must have been bullied into doing so.”

            That part wasn’t specifically intended to refer to Miller – instead I was referring to remarks Patrick had made elsewhere, as I thought the post made clear.

            Here are examples of what I was referring to:

            “One of the people who made this claim [regarding Benford’s law] has retracted it, but others maintain it, and in any case the subject of retractions has also become, “problematic,” for reasons to be explored).”(Byrne part 1.3)

            and

            “The Goon Squad has not forced Lott to recant and he stands by his findings.” [ibid]

            Sorry if that gave the impression I was claiming Miller had retracted his paper. Hopefully on review you can see that I did not.

  5. You’re a damn good writer, so whether you made up the details or not is, in some goofy English major way, immaterial… You get more nuggets of truth inside of these pieces, than the pablum I’ve been reading for four years where people on both sides pretend to be truly incredulous about the other side.

    1. Thanks. Good of you to notice. I have noticed that only good writers notice that I am (if I say so myself) a good writer also. It goes over the heads of most the slob-journalists I deal with.

      1. I have observed it fits right in with some of your theories: our whole society seems to have become very rigid intellectually, and needs to be very clear about the good guys and bad guys… Five years ago I decided, extremists will be the death of us all…We all thought it would be subtle if they ever came into power, and it would slowly creep on… But nope, now that the ideologues can afford the goons, they are “smart” enough to go balls to the wall In a world where hypocrisy in broad daylight has become cool and culturally sanctioned

    1. Trim off the excess fat and what you’re left with is “I’d rather be dead than alive” …

      1. @ least he has somethgin to trim. your size … leaves nothing to trim. no wonder you are always on the receiving side.

        1. Your job is to stand outside the stall holding a roll of toilet paper in case Patrick runs out. The official title of your position is THE ROYAL CHAMBER POT.

          1. you got it wrong, mr. gethammeredfrombehind. it was MY job to provide patrick with the toilet paper.

            but then it was you who asked me to do it. and then to collect the trash can with that used paper. but now that you want to talk about it, let’s be honest. you wanted that trash can. and i did see you stuffing your mouth full with it. come clean. i mean in the sense of … admit it. … we libertarians dont care about your fetishes.

            getting too much from behind is not reason to not understand math.

            59<79.
            59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
            not. my. president.
            not.our.president.
            resist.

            hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

            ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  6. I got the Kindle version. It could use a good editor. Many of the pictures which contain text are so small that it’s impossible to read them.

    And another thing are video links. They are great for a blog post but not for a book. It would be better to write short descriptions of the videos, including transcripts of the important parts, or leave them out completely. Or maybe include them as a list of additional material on the website.

    Besides these shortcomings, great book!

  7. Hi,

    Thanks for putting out this book. Love it. Great insight. Transparent. The world needs to know. Any plans for a paperback version? It would be great to hand them out like candy. I would even be interested in supporting financially to get a paperback version.

    Thanks,
    Desmond

  8. would like to see a list of who should be indicted. (havent read it yet)…. We wont get past this until people go to jail. We can’t get rid of the states due to the electoral college and we can’t ever trust the states and we can’t get a federal API to vote and bypass the states, so this will NEVER get fixed. Any by 2024, the communists will have money on both sides, so that to me is more important than fixing this unfixable shitfest.

  9. Is Patrick Byrne even mentioned at all in Maria’s book? After running up all that tab ..?

    p.s. not available in Mandarin.

    1. can you pls clarify why you would even care? ran out of topics?

      59 – 68 MILLION <<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      79 000 000 landslide stolen and caught on camera. #STOP THE STEAL
      not. my. president.

      hahahahahahaha

      but what would you know. you didnt vote and are not an american.

  10. PB send every one in Congress a copy of your book. Also to EO China Joes cabinet members if you can. Have a 100.000 printed and spread them all over DC in every hotel, restaurant, bar, all over the subway , in every news stand and all over the national mall. Make sure you send a bunch to Scotus. Plaster every corner of DC with your book. It will be the most important investment you ever made.

      1. gh suffers from eating too much BS and getting too much from behind.

        59<79.
        59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
        not. my. president.
        not.our.president.
        resist.

        hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

        ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  11. Oh yeah, have a book signing event every day at 1600 Pennsylvania ave. Right in full view of EO China Joe

    1. In India they practice open defecation. In America we sign books. In one culture a book is crap and in the other toilet paper …

      1. ok. i get it now. one guy is under you, doing you. the other, an indian, openly defecating into your mouth. ooohhhkayyy… wow. coprolalia. as original as it gets. no wonder you guys think that we are all different. we actually are.

        keyboard warriors like you. daring to act like you are more than just a fly. comparing yourselves with the GIANT that pat byrne is? check up on his cv, dude. compare it with yours. keep eating that guy’s whatever. because you should.

        59<79.
        59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
        not. my. president.
        not.our.president.
        resist.

        hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

        1. …. I can see that you ran out of vocabulary at the end of your rant . Either that or mommy came to chance your Huggies …

          1. 59<79.
            59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
            not. my. president.
            not.our.president.
            resist.

            hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  12. Your book won’t load to cart. Let me know if this is a technical issue on your end.
    Also, I agree with a previous comment you are a good writer. When you write without haste your stories are fluid and captivating. However, you often do write and post in haste and it is a disaster! I gave up on following your story because I couldn’t take the constant sloppy amending of each chapter. As much as I was enjoying your story it was an absolute turn-off! The overall structure of your website is a mess too which is why I stopped reading daily. Everything is very disjointed. Never do I post replies nor is my intention to be anything but constructive which is why I decided to write this. Patrick, you are a smart man, but more importantly, you are an important and much needed voice. With all your resources and intellect you can do better than this amateur site and publishing.
    As for your book, from what I gather you were trying to please your readers and toss up your chapters before being proofed and/or completed. Always apologizing because it’s late and you’re tired doesn’t work either. Get some sleep and proof and post the next day. I don’t want to feel like I have to go back and re-read a chapter three times because it’s been amended over and over and I may have missed something. It became hard to follow which was the last amended post. The fact that I don’t want to miss anything is a complement and a testament to your great storytelling, but the manner in which you post is like a person with the worst case of ADD. Be confident in the cover of your book without apology and if you’re not confident or satisfied wait to publish until you are. I must say, that was weird and hard to take the book seriously. When I saw that you actually put all the chapters in one fluid (I hope 🤞) book I was relieved to be able to go back and read the story in full, but then you were changing the cover and the book couldn’t be added to the cart I hesitated for it would be an incomplete mess. I want to be able to turn new people on to your site and very important book, but until you find some structure it’s rough to suggest new introductions. I want to get anybody and everybody to read your book. Your voice is a great source to wake people who otherwise might never wake up and pay attention, but for the love of God, get organized. You didn’t have to dedicate yourself and your time, but I myself, am incredibly grateful. Now, let us help you!
    Btw, to the person that said a copy(ies) of your book should be left in every hotel room is genius!! Hotel rooms, waiting rooms, lobbies, coffee shops, public transportation…everywhere!

    1. Stop repressing yourself. In everbody’s head is that little person saying, “LIFE IS A SH*T AND I’M A DUMB-ASS!” That’s what keeps most people from writing books about themselves.

      1. 59<79.
        59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
        not. my. president.
        not.our.president.
        resist.

        hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    2. Just because you hate the mechanics of Patrick Byrne’s writing process, doesn’t mean everyone else does. You’re entirely free to hate anything and everything you want to hate. The internet is a free-for-all of haters of all kinds of things.
      THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE, MYSELF INCLUDED, WHO THINK PATRICK BYRNE IS ONE OF THE MOST FASCINATING, INFORMATIVE JOURNALISTS ALIVE IN 2021. HIS UNCONVENTIONALITY IS ONE OF THE MOST FASCINATING THINGS ABOUT HIM. HE’S WILLING TO BREAK SOME RULES REGARDING THE MECHANICS OF WRITING IF IT WILL GET THE TRUTH OUT MORE QUICKLY BECAUSE HE’S A MAN WHO LOVES FREEDOM MORE THAN STUFFY RULES.
      Maybe you should wait a month, then read Patrick Byrne’s book. Some of us don’t freak out about typos, a bit of messy process, or reading the writing of a very busy man who has multiple projects underway. I’ve been reading old articles about him, and it’s apparent he’s never been anything close to a “conformist”.
      I VOTE FOR PATRICK BYRNE TO BE HIS UNIQUE SELF. I ALSO LIKE HIS NEW COVER FOR “THE DEEP RIG”. INTERACTING WITH HIS READERS AND CONSIDERING THEIR SUGGESTIONS IS PART OF HIS PROCESS.
      THANK YOU, PATRICK BYRNE.

      1. The psychoanalytic term for your condition is libidinal transference. May I suggest “Civilization and its Discontents”? Yes, I may.

        1. 59<79.
          59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
          not. my. president.
          not.our.president.

          hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  13. Great writing. One point of concern. The sports metaphors, and the President* …

    The difference between home run records, or a super bowl, and a presidential election, is that the fraud keeps happening over and over with each passing day, long after game day.

    If you break the home run record, it’s done (until the next record breaker). When you defraud an election, that fraud happens every single following day, afresh, like a brand new crime.

    The crime, in essence, is that you installed governance without consent. Without consent. And each passing day is a brand new violation.

    If we were playing a game of chess, and you walked into the kitchen for some coffee, and i removed two chess pieces while you were gone and then moved mine to declare checkmate on your return…of course I could say that, according to the rules of chess, I won. After all, I put you in checkmate.

    But, even there, the game would be over and you would simply not have another game with me.

    Here, as American citizens, we’re being governed without our consent (violated) on a continuing bases for years to come…because of the “rules.”

    A wise fellow once said “Man was not created for the law, but the law was created for man.”

    1. Donald Trump LOST because he don’t have the balls to stand against the Covid hysteria. The election is just a footnote.

      1. The point you missed is even with the COVID hysteria, Trump won in a landslide, only to be denied by the grand conspiracy among corrupt Democrats, anti-America Deep.State, and foreign enemies, and not sure about the military.

          1. Anonymous,
            That had me laughing…. ;)…..unfortunately, this message has to go to Gunther….cant respond to your message directly, we’re already four levels into this particular thread !
            Am still laughing as I write this….:) thanks for the gift of that unPC humour 😉
            Cheers,
            Anil

          2. You are not here for a honest conversation. Why bother if you are confident your guy won? You seem to be more obsessed with trolling on this board. How much they pay you to lie?

          3. I admit that is a funny response. Best line of the day. You are wrong: I think Trump got 79, Biden got 68, before the magic went to work. But good line.

      2. Gunther, please get off my thread. You’re either a simple-minded unserious fellow, or just some Chinese bot…

        1. I am the spirit of Zhou Enlai, and my mission is to feed Americans very spicey foods until they all run to the toilet at the same time.

          1. zhou or gh, pls stop assuming that all we want is to run to the toilet for you to get your pounding.

            either way, get a break. you no longer know the right from left. up from down. started eating too much BS. get a life.

            59<79.
            59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
            not. my. president.
            not.our.president.
            resist.

            hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

            ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  14. I have been reading these installments and I appreciate your work so very much. I love your style of writing, I think you’re a gifted storyteller. One question that keeps rattling around in my head… And I do Feel a bit rude to put it to you so bluntly, but my question: you’ve been hunting the deep state since 2004, “the oligarchy has two wings the Deep State and Wall St.”… How does this work you’re doing, this beneficence, square with your “rabbi” being Warren Buffett? Doesn’t that man have a great deal to do with both? Forgive me if that seems important or rude, I don’t mean for it to be.

      1. Hi Lisa,
        We’ve interacted before, so for that, and other reasons, am writing back to your question re the Rabbi…. i know neither of them personally, but have read a great deal about both, (more so the Rabbi than PB, just because there’s much more material available on the former…)

        So with that prelude, i would say that the Rabbi has a LOT to do with Wall Street, but very little to do with the Deep State…he tries hard to be as apolitical as possible, because Finance and Investing are his Gods from a very young age….he also is a conflict avoidant person which, at least to my mind, explains a lot about his actions, (or lack thereof), with respect to Patrick’s almost two-decade long crusade.

        Hope that helps..
        Cheers,
        Anil
        ps. Would you prefer I addresss you as KeepTrying ? If so, apologies, i used Lisa here…

        1. I would say the timing of his advice to Patrick to come out with the Russia Gate stuff, Patrick’s stepping down form OSTK, and the change in the issuance of OSTKO is very suspect. Mr. Buffet, and many of his friends, could have suffered substantial losses if the market was forced to cover the shorts.

          Based on the lack of interest by our government and MSM about Patrick’s revelations, I believe he would have done the country a better service to push through OSTKO the right way before stepping down. JJ blinked and we got GME, which was a dart gun to Wall Street. OSTKO was designed to be a torpedo, but was disarmed.

          1. pretty sure patrick is not stupid to just act upon advice without going through minutiae involved. buffett is too old to try to harm someone he knows since early geico years… imo

            the fact that billionaires looked away when money was stolen is bad. looked away when the election was stolen … is VERY bad. history has time and time again shown that mobs running wild often end up killing their own…. we are not anywhere near that YET… but playing with fire IS dangerous. billionaires are predominantly VERY smart individuals. wonder what their logic is.

            59<79.
            59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
            not. my. president.
            not.our.president.
            resist.

            hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      1. the gay liberal showing his true colors as an antisemite… that’s ssssssssoooooooooooooooooooo unusual…

        59<79.
        59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
        not. my. president.
        not.our.president.
        resist.

        hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

        ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  15. You got me. Ordered an e-reader. I’m one of them old school nerds who reads only physical books. But you’re a decent writer and what you published here tastes for more for sure!

  16. Patrick,

    We will soon have the first app done. Posting to the IPFS is just a web form and we are working on standard json formats for display.

    ebooks will of course be one of many formats. Could we post and distribute your book and posts from deepcapture on the new free open source platform? You don’t have to answer me but if you would let Tron know if you are down, he can let me know.

    if you want to read some excellent dolphin speak on the subject https://github.com/RealBokito/Extended-Ravencoin-Metadata-Specification

    for simpletons like me, the simple explanation https://github.com/Deadheded/DirectToMarket.drafts/blob/main/Parsing.file.Standards.mediawiki

    We are gonna win, but not by beating them back, we are going to change the entire playing field and they won’t be able to stop us.

    1. I will read your links.

      You can distribute DeepCapture posts. But the book is for sale: I cannot give it away through your system.

      Tell Tron to get in touch.

  17. You really should have a digital option that does not require big tech participation for purchase/use.

    1. YES!!! I know Patrick Byrne is thinking ahead, and is very much aware of Big Tech censorship. I’m hoping a lot of people buy “The Deep Rig” before Amazon thinks of censoring it, removing it, whatever. But Amazon is the biggest seller of books, so it should be kept for sale here as long as possible.

      1. Ed, Please see the above post. This is built on Ravencoin, of which Patrick was the early major supporter.

        I am not using kindle and I would like to pay in crypto. Digital format preferred. nowpayments.io is a CC payment gateway that accepts all types of crypto even RVN.

        But Patrick seriously, I can’t believe you haven’t asked someone to setup way to pay directly in RVN and have them receive the ebook using IPFS. There are several people who would help in the community and you know who you could ask. You gave us the tools to circumvent the centralized monetary system, then you write a book and give it amazon with out even a cypher punk option.

        You see the vision clearer than I do. Right now you have an amazing audience and a great story to tell. You should be leveraging this to help introduce all these good people who are asking what can we do, to what you started with Medici and gave to the world with Ravencoin.

        Sure use amazon and credit cards, but also give them a way to by pass big tech. At the very least make COAs assets to send out to buyers. These will become as valuable as the books.

          1. really? if that’s what you like to think, it’s ok for now. one day, you will learn how to count and i will teach you math. now, pls get back to figuring out what right and left mean. room temp iq or not, you still have to spend @ least 1 hr a day working or studying.

            59<79.
            59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
            not. my. president.
            not.our.president.
            resist.

            hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

          2. I can do it and he is much more educated on the tech than I am. I don’t think you have any idea how easy it is and what Patrick did for the world by taking Bruce Fenton’s idea to reality

    2. I just found out that THE DEEP RIG is for sale on DEEP CAPTURE.COM. Same price. On this website. I either missed seeing that option before this evening, or maybe Patrick Byrne added it today? It’s good to have it available here because there are anti-BigTech readers who no longer buy from Amazon.

  18. The book definitely has more information than the articles posted here. Excellent writing that’s informative yet concise, sprinkled with intelligent opinion. Loved the humor interjected; I caught myself laughing about that unfortunate football scenario.

    1. I’m guessing Patrick Byrne is a one man operation most of the time. Maybe reading The Deep Rig for an audio version will be his next project.

  19. IGNORE THE TROLLS; $4.99 is a bargain!
    Read the chapters, listened to the interview with Tracy Beanz, and bought the book.
    Thank you for all your efforts, along with Sidney Powell, Mike Flynn, and their team.

    PS – A friend of mine served with Mike Flynn and has tremendous respect for him.

  20. I’m hoping a lot of blue-minded folks read this but there’s a majority that believe the election was stolen so you have a captive audience for your book. You know you’ve really made it when ther are Byrne book burning parties and we’ve started hearing that you sleep on My Pillow sheets and need to be immediately cancelled!

    1. i dont knwo how many of the dem voters really listen to anything but msnbc and cnn. we cant trust any numbers atm. even those that are favorable to us. who knonws….

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    2. but unless amazon magically decreases the number of downloads – this very book could be an indicator of sorts. but purchase of politics associated books are really not necessarily a sign that a blue collar worker in Phili voted trump vs biden vs voted @ all and whether he/she is even aware of this discussion…

      patrick, live number of books downloaded indicator comes to mind if it does sufficientlly well to become a statistically relevant barometer? what do you think, boss?

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  21. Patrick,

    I like the cover art. It looks like an undersea adventure with that title. A political Titanic, we all know how the story ends.

    I sent the Amazon link to my Brexit friend in the UK so I hope you get another customer. I hope a publisher asks to put it out in paperback.

    Heard you on Frank & Beanz express disappointment that you were called a grifter for charging for your book. Do they all work for free?

    1. patrick,

      there is NOTHING wrong to charge for your book.

      if you hadn’t you would be a rich spoiled brat.
      if you had charged too much, you would be a rich, spoiled, GREEDY brat.
      if you….
      if you…

      thank you for everything you do. you are an inspiration to us all. still havent read the book but all the 6 installments. too busy discrediting the goons here on teh forum… 😉

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  22. THE COVER IS MISLEADING. A RIG is what is used to drill for OIL, whether on land or at sea. Imagine somebody grabbing this book on the run at an airport bookstore, thinking they’ll be reading about the OIL business, and not somebody’s private monkey business ….

    1. gh suffers from eating too much BS and getting too much from behind. pls forgive his stupidity.

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  23. Anil,

    We are in total agreement …..

    But the stench of ‘dead horses’ is beginning to e-waft over this comment site so I’ll conclude by noting that, once again, RoberG cited an article from the local/college (Williams) news paper that recounts some ‘act of contrition’ Professor Miller has purportedly acted out, as some sort of proof that he has recanted his sworn testimony.

    As the old saying goes: “Two can play at that game” – https://wmbriggs.com/post/33719/

    Only the most epistemologically deluded remain willfully ignorant of the ‘Scarlet Letter’ treatment conservatives and/or those who argue conservative positions have increasingly had to endure . I’m not a lawyer, but, as it relates to political/constitutional issues, I’ve found several blogs of reputable practitioners/experts from which to round out my opinion on current news related events . Professor William Jacobson of Cornell Law – ‘Legal Insurrection – https://legalinsurrection.com/ – is one of them. You may have heard of him as he has been under fire by the student body and some of his fellow professors for confronting critical race theory at Cornell. (He is surprised by yesterdays SCOTUS position on the 2020 election cases that have been brought to it.)

    My point is that RoberG is being deliberately, if not subtlety, contrary in citing examples of ‘Orwellian brow-beating’ that Professor Miller must endure, like Professor Jacobson, because of his tenacious adherence to the path of Truth.

    RoberG appears to be like so many of those who , while not thrilled by the choice they had for President, couldn’t stomach another 4 years of Trump, and , now, after the fact, is desperately trying to validate/justify their (his) decision to throw in with those who it is obvious, conspired to undermine and , in fact, hijack the Republic.

    Like the central character in Edgar Alan Poe’s “A Tell Tale Heart” ….he keeps hearing the ‘heartbeat’ of the victim of the crime he is complicit in….and is desperately flailing around for anything that will drown out the sound of the ‘beat’.

    RoberG is one of those’ citizens’ that Benjamin Franklin prophesied we’d be confronted with when he answered that question of what form of government the founders had settled on:

    “A Republic IF YOU can keep it”.

    Unfortunately, for RoberG …..HE is one of those who have failed the test.

    Hence the constant beat of the heart he hears …..the heart of the ‘victim’ …our Republic his willful ignorance was complicit in allowing to expire.

    Pug Henry

    1. Hi, guys, I just wrote a reply to an earlier comment, trying to demonstrate that I did not say Miller had recanted. so hopefully you can scroll up and see it.

      1. RoberG,

        I’ll confess to not being a regular reader and, thus responder as regards the comments sections on blogs and articles ….I tried to find the return arrow button on your last post to allow me to respond directly to it, but they seem to appear randomly on some posts and not on others.

        I read the ones you posted above after my last ….and All I’ll say is that your analysis of the critiques of Professor Miller’s appears to accurately convey the point the 3 statisticians were making, but my point was that just because we can find experts to contradict an assertion/position doesn’t mean we (or Patrick) necessarily has to agree with their ‘opinions’.

        I am not an expert in mathematics or statistics, but I understand them as well as I do quantum mechanics and the standard theory …I read the critiques and found them to be little more than thinly veiled polemics …Now I’m ready to admit I might be wrong about that, but then you will need to arrange a meeting between us and at least one of the ‘expert’ arrayed against Professor Miller.

        Nothing I read in the critiques has to do with the form of the data Braynards study produced , it all seems to deal with his sampling methodology … its valid to critique it ….but, frankly, I’ve never in my life seen a statistical sampling methodolgy , in matters of great import, not be challenged by experts who believe that there are better methods of achieving a sounder result.

        It goes with the territory ….which, again, brings us full circle around to your motives, again, for broaching the subject and calling out Patrick on it.

        Frankly, to me, it seems like a ‘JV’ tactic (a phrase my old ice hockey teammates used to throw out at opponents who tried to, but were incapable of intimidating us)

        If you want to really show us some stuff, why don’t you come up with a comeback for the guy who eviscerated your three ‘experts’ in this opinion piece?

        https://wmbriggs.com/post/33719/

        Got to go …there’s that ‘dead horse’ smell again…

        😉

        Pug Henry

        1. By about the third level of reply, you can’t reply, so in that case I reply to the post one level higher up. I did read Briggs but I don’t have time now to critique it. Maybe I will get to it, but the horse is getting to me too!
          Regards

          1. 59<79.
            59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
            not. my. president.
            not.our.president.
            resist.

            hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    1. yes, biden has to give back all of that.

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  24. GH suffers from the frequent English major, entitled little squirrel mindset delusion that if you have better grammar, or more time to edit your nifty comments, it makes them more valid…All the while ignoring the bedrock that humility is the beginning of wisdom… And it’s logical application, that idiots likely you are the end of it

    1. he suffers from eating too much BS and getting too much from behind.

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  25. Just listened to your interview on Dark to Light and thought I would bring up two things.

    1. In the movie based on John Steinbeck’s Grapes of wrath, remember the dance scene where the agent provocateurs attempt to pick a fight and get taken out.

    2. Harold Hotelling’s famous description of hot dog stands on the beach is the perfect example you looking for in the interview as to why third parties do not stand a chance and also why there is little difference between the two major parties.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotelling%27s_law

  26. Only a commie resorts to whining and name-calling just because someone sets a price on the product of their efforts instead of giving it to them for nothing. They refuse to give anything in return for what they take. The price to him should be doubled.

      1. A.G.A.I.N.?

        you suffer from eating too much BS and getting too much from behind. stop the behind part and you will stop sobbing so much without any reason. although that is just my theory. what does your …ahem… “wife”/”husband”… say?

        59<79.
        59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
        not. my. president.
        not.our.president.
        resist.

        hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

        ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  27. Hi Patrick
    May I suggest you read and record the book in a studio than publish it so we can download it on Audible? That’s an Amazon app. I always think it’s great when the author reads their books out loud for audible. Matthew McCounghany did this for Green Lights. It’s great!

    1. That’s the better version. i too would love to hear pat read his book to us. doubt he will do it htough. I have been using digital readers to read the text to me for years though. you can set them to read faster. some have very human like voices… the lower-end ones sound very robotic-metallic. once again, the advantage is he speed of reading

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

  28. Patrick,

    Just a heads up on a potential technical problem: When my friend in the UK went to ‘look inside’ the book on the Amazon page, he got black pages with blue captions and some charts and graphs. Thinking maybe he was blocked overseas, I had a look myself but got the same thing. We each looked several hours apart from each other. If potential readers can’t get a taste of your book, it might prevent some from buying.

  29. LISTEN UP YOU IDIOTS .. You are all being played by Mr. Byrne’s peek-a-boo. A SERIOUS AND TRUTH-SEEKING investigation is directed towards getting facts that can then be handed over to the authorities, whether you trust them or not. PLAYING FOR PUBLIC ATTENTION AND TRYING TO INFLUENCE PUBLIC OPINION IS CALLED ….. MERCHANDISING!

    1. you talk like your friend is currently doing you from behind…. AGAIN…

      you suffer from eating too much crap and getting too much from behind. of corse, what you do is your own personal choice. we libertarians are open-minded. …

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      ignore him. he is not an american and most foreigners get their news from cnn/msm and live in societies that are free as long as they follow to their governments' guidelines.

    1. hopefully you keep your word and leave. seriously, nobody buys your info here. we are mostly libertarians.

      also your fetish of eating used toilet paper… and BS… seriously. just sucks.

      last math class for you:

      59<79.
      59 million<<<<<<<<<<<<<79 000 000
      not. my. president.
      not.our.president.
      resist.

      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  30. So, those wealth numbers you spoke about on Dark to Light. Is that before or after BTC and RVN started showing signs of USD hyper-inflation?

    Of course you personal finances are your business and I am sure you only said something because of all the wild numbers people though around.

    Having said that, I’m still interested in chatting crypto….

  31. Wow. Just a quick scan of the comments here and the usual ‘trolls’ clearly don’t have real jobs! Aside from that, way too many comment that demonstrate the old adage ‘can’t see the forest for the trees’!

    I defy anyone to make sense of all the anamolies of the 2020 election. Nobody on the Left has even tried.

    We know what happened. We know why it happened. We know, thanks to Patrick and others, a lot about how it happened. And knowledge is power.

    Many millions of us stand at the ready to do our part to ensure this NEVER happens again, and that those responsible are held accountable.

    Thank you Patrick. You are an AMAZING Patriot!

  32. I posted this morning but it didn’t work. No worries. I wanted to say on this thread the book purchase was the best five bucks I’ve ever spent.

    Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness is important to me. I’m proud to be American. For some of us our Faith, Family and Nation is all we have. America depends upon ALL of us to be successful. I support President Trump. His ideas. His message. His plan…. America = Success. America First.

    I have every confidence President Trump’s three foot putt goes in. Nothing heard except the ball bouncing off the bottom of the cup. DEMOCRAT’S reputation plots their present and future wretched plans. They deserve to be abolished. I believe Joe Biden knew he won in advance…. I believe Dominion Voting Machines are suspect to be manipulated. I believe President Trump received 79M votes. Joe Biden 68M. I believe DEMOCRAT staged the Capitol breach. I believe COVID is CCP biological warfare. Accidentally released. I believe America is the biggest loser because Joe Biden squats in the WH. I believe it is an attack on America for DEMOCRAT to aggressively ROCK THE VOTE. New voters should be presented with both sides. I can only imagine the tales new voters hear? Nobody really can support DEMOCRAT and say they’re proud to be American? Who wants more government overreach and manipulation? Who wants to support a political party that exists solely to serve it’s LUST for power? Who can support a party that believes the end justifies the means? I cannot. I’m as mainstream American as Norman Rockwell. Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevy.

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