JUDGE ORDERS FREEZE ON DOMINION MACHINES

JUDGE ORDERS FREEZE ON DOMINION MACHINES

US COURT JUDGE BATTEN


Judge orders freeze on all Dominion Voting Systems machines in Georgia

A U.S. district judge for the Northern District of Georgia has ordered a freeze on all Dominion Voting Systems machines in the state.

READ RULING HERE:

Attorney Lin Wood tweeted: “Emergency Order just entered by Judge Timothy C. Batten, Sr.: ‘Defendants are ordered to maintain the status quo & are temporarily enjoined from wiping or resetting any voting machines in the State of Georgia until further order of the Court.’ “

In her lawsuit filed on Wednesday, attorney Sidney Powell alleged that election software and hardware produced by Dominion is where the “massive fraud begins,” stating the design and features of the system’s software do not allow for a simple audit of misallocation, redistribution and deletion of votes.

There is “incontrovertible physical evidence” that security systems were breached and that voting machines were connected to the Internet, a violation of state and federal laws, according to Powell’s filing.

Georgia purchased Dominion voting machines and software in July 2019. At the time, state Democrats, led by former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, argued the machines were susceptible to tampering. The State of Texas a year earlier rejected the system due to its vulnerability to undetected manipulation.

Gen. Michael Flynn tweeted on Sunday: “#TeamKraken wins a major injunction. Judge Batten issues an order to freeze all dominion machines in GA. The devil may have gone down to GA, but it is light that shines bright today.”

DAWG SAYS: THIS IS ONLY BEING REPORTED ON RIGHT WING SITES, AND NOT EVEN ON FOX NEWS. THE RULING ONLY KEEP GEORGIA FROM WIPING THE MACHINES CLEAN UNTIL FUTURE COURT DATES.

THEY ARE MAKING A BIG DEAL OUT OF THIS AND IT IS REALLY NOTHING YET.


MIKE TYSON HAD A TOAD VENOM VISION

MIKE TYSON HAD A TOAD VENOM VISION

Mike Tyson says psychedelic drug ‘told me to come back and start getting in shape’

MIKE TYSON HAD A TOAD VENOM VISION ABOUT BOXING AGAIN

Mike Tyson said a psychedelic drug known as toad venom played a part in his return to boxing at the age of 54 and his taking on Roy Jones Jr. Saturday night in an eight-round exhibition match.

“I took the medicine and the medicine told me to get into shape,” Tyson said Friday, referring to psychedelic 5-MeO-DMT during an interview on the day of the official weigh-in. “It really blew my mind. It told me to come back and start getting in shape.”

The fight will be Tyson’s first first in 15 years. His pro career had ended on June 11, 2005 when he refused to come out for the seventh round against journeyman Kevin McBride.

Tyson and Jones will fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles but without spectators because of COVID-19 restrictions. The fight is available on pay-per-view for $49.99 and can be watched at tysonontriller.com.

Tyson weighed in at 220 pounds and Jones weighed in at 210 pounds.

Jones, 51, said he expects Tyson to be formidable “because he’s rejuvenated.”

TYSON BEEN OUT 15 YEARS

“He’s been out 15 years and he knows what it’s like to miss boxing,” said Jones, a four-time champion in four weight classes. “He realizes what he had and he’s seeking to get that back now. … Now he has a desire to want to come out and be who he once was and do what he could once do.”

Tyson said that road back, which involved psychedelic drugs, has tested him. He indicated he has lost 100 pounds during his training regimen, which started with 15 minutes a day on the treadmill. He called his first day of sparring “disastrous.”

“During that session of boxing when I was getting shellacked, never once did I say, ‘What the (expletive) am I doing here?’ I said, ‘Woo, I belong here.’ “

Tyson’s fight against Jones has been sanctioned by the California State Athletic Association and because it is an exhibition, it will have different rules. That has dampened some enthusiasm around the fight.

SOME MODIFIED RULES

For example, the rounds will be two minutes rather than the standard three.

The fight will be stopped if there is a cut, according to information released by Triller, promoter of the fight. There also will be no ringside judges and no winner will be declared.

But the World Boxing Council (WBC) will score the fight and a winner will be determined by those scores or announcing the outcome of a KO/TKO/DQ. The results will not be reflected on their fight record, said Michael Goldberg, a publicist working with Triller.

Tyson sounded apprehensive about making a prediction in light of the restrictions.

“It’s going to be entertaining,” Tyson said, “because I’m a fighter, he’s a fighter. And of course you know we’re going to in there throwing punches and during that process anything can happen.”

DAWG SAYS: THAT’S WHAT PEOPLE NEED IS TO GET HIGH ON PSYCHEDELICS FOR CLARITY IN THEIR LIFE.


15 NEVADA RARE PHOTOS

15 NEVADA RARE PHOTOS

15 Rare Photos From Nevada That Will Take You Straight To The Past

Vintage photos are amazing—especially those in black and white! I love how vintage photos allow us to take a glimpse into the past to see what life was like so long ago. It’s interesting to see how people lived during a time when life was much more different than it is today. The following photos prove that Nevada has definitely came a long way.

1. Nevada State Capitol, 1875


2. Bullion Mine, Virginia City, c.1875-77


3. Main Street, Goldfield, Nevada, 1904


4. Burro Race, Rhyolite, Nevada, July 4, 1908


5. Postcard of Rhyolite Depot


6. Miners Union & Fire Hall in Gold Hill, Nevada


7. Reno, Nevada Railroad, 1930s


8. Virginia City, Nevada, 1931


9. Boulder Theatre, July 1932


10. Elizabeth Taylor and her husband Michael Wilding at the Sahara, 1956


11. Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli, Flamingo, 1957


12. Postcard – Holiday Inn, Center Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada


13. Las Vegas Strip, 1965


14. Elvis & Priscilla Presley, Aladdin, 1967


15. Clown Motel, Tonopah, Nevada