Morning Greatness: Senator RonJon to Hold Election Irregularities Hearing Today

Good Wednesday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:

  • The president holds a Cabinet Meeting


Two minutes of hate:

Today, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs will hold a hearing, “Examining Election Irregularities in the 2020 Election.” (Here is a link to C-SPAN.) The Committee is chaired by Senator Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican. As I’m sure you know, Wisconsin is one of the states where serious fraud allegations have been alleged so RonJon is doing his job and holding a hearing to air out the fraud and corruption. Ken Starr will be testifying as will Trump lawyers James R. Troupis and Jessie R. Binnall. Pennsylvania State Representative Francis X. Ryan is on the panel along with Commissioner Donald Palmer of the Election Assistance Commission. We can also look forward to Former Director (2018-2020) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Chris Krebs.

Perhaps you remember the fired Krebs when he was belching out claims that the 2020 election was the most secure election ever in the history of the world. “The November 3rd election was the most secure in American history. There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes or changed votes or was in any way compromised.” Really? What is remarkable about this statement is that it was made without examining any equipment, records or reading sworn statements from observers and participants. Krebs must have magical powers to make such categorical statements. The Cathedral is obsessed with Krebs as CNN, ABC, and Politico have manufactured shiny puff pieces on him in preparation for the narrative they are going to advertise to you once the hearing his over. Politico wins a Scooby snack with a hit piece on RonJohn. Politico writes, Senator Johnson is “linking himself to President Donald Trump’s election challenge” or put in a better way, he is linking himself to the voters who are furious that their election was a hot mess.

It’s a risky political gamble for Johnson, who is betting that his embrace of Trump through his prior probes and his upcoming election hearing will energize the president’s base, which remains strong in Wisconsin despite Democratic wins statewide in 2018 and 2020. Still, Johnson’s decision to hold Wednesday’s hearing is drawing bipartisan ire as Trump’s allegations of voter fraud continue to crumble in federal court. It also comes two days after the Electoral College sealed Biden’s victory.

Is it a risky political gamble? Johnson doesn’t represent the snots writing copy for the anti-Trump advertisement published in Politico, he represents the people of Wisconsin. They are angry about their election and the fact that Politico wants to turn this into a Trump issue shows how divorced they are from the concerns of regular people. The election “irregularities” are not about Trump, they are about people who want to trust their voting process, a process they use to make their interests known to their representatives.

“So now you’ve got President Trump’s supporters seeing some real problems. There are some irregularities here that need to be explained,” said Johnson. “These issues have to be highlighted and hopefully corrected so that, in the next election, people have, just going into it, greater assurances.”

One has to wonder, why on earth would there be a controversy about examining election integrity? At the very least it looks like media advertorials such as Politico are supporting a coverup and at worse, endorsing the fraud.

Back to the Democrats’ star witness Krebs, this guy was head of the Homeland’s cybersecurity and we had a massive, serious hack across multiple government computer systems when he was on duty. “This is probably going to be one of the most consequential cyberattacks in U.S. history,” one U.S. official said, after the National Security Council held its second meeting in three days about the attacks, which security experts have linked to Russian intelligence. “That’s the view from inside government — that we’re dealing with something of a scale that I don’t think we’ve had to deal with before.”

So how capable and competent is Krebs? Not very, it seems.

Election news:
LOL. McConnell sets stage for new face-off with Biden after delivering blow to Trump’s election fantasy
Oh. Facebook lifts political ad ban for Georgia only
Here’s Everything We Know About The Hunter Biden Investigation
Biden Fundraiser Floated as Ambassador Pick Took Millions in PPP Loans While His Law Firm Won Massive Settlements
Buh-bye. Longtime GOP strategist Steve Schmidt announces he’s registering Democrat
LGBTQ groups celebrate Buttigieg pick for Transportation secretary
Turnabout is fair play. DeVos urges career staff to ‘be the resistance’ as Biden takes over
No problem. Biden urges Americans to sit out inauguration to stop spread of coronavirus
Linda Sarsour, too radical for Joe Biden, to campaign for Ossoff and Warnock in Georgia Senate race
Is that their job? Ossoff says ICE should make sure illegal immigrants are paid minimum wage
Trump Organization must turn over documents to NY attorney general, judge rules
Biden to name Gina McCarthy to top domestic climate job
Biden to name former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm to lead Department of Energy: Sources

Coronavirus update:
😱. COVID-19 vaccine trials report cases of brief facial paralysis. That’s not as scary as it sounds.
Florida Gov Ron DeSantis: Restaurants to remain open amid COVID-19
Hunger study predicts 168,000 pandemic-linked child deaths
‘What’s Going To Happen Here?’: Salon Owner Speaks Out About COVID-19 Restrictions
California sheriff refusing to comply with order to release inmates due to COVID
New York lost net 70K residents and $34 billion in personal income this year
Boston medical workers go viral with dance celebrating vaccine arrival
Progressives ramp up calls for increased unemployment insurance, direct payments
Pelosi will require House members to wear masks to be recognized
Stacey Abrams caught not wearing a mask inside Georgia Capitol
She has immunity, idiots. Melania Trump breaks children’s hospital rules by taking her mask off to read to patients
Nearly one third of Black Americans remain hesitant to get Covid-19 vaccine, study finds
A 107-year-old Minnesota woman beats Covid-19
Justices order review of Colorado, New Jersey worship limits

Protests/riots/Black Lives Matter/crime:
George Soros, George Gascón and the fall of Los Angeles
‘Incoherent’ Court Filings Reveal Bizarre True Story Behind Portland’s Now Infamous ‘Red House’ Protests

Other morsels:
Exxon Shareholders Are Staging A Coup To Oust Board Of Directors
House Republicans Demand Pelosi Remove Swalwell From Intelligence Committee
NBA Stays Quiet on Chinese Slave Labor
NRA sends Nerf gun to boy mall Santa told ‘no guns’ for Christmas
27 states and D.C. call for HHS to rein in drugmakers over 340B moves after hospital group lawsuit (Read the letter here.)
NO KIDDING! Where’s All The Ammo?
Prince Andrew Delayed A Family Vacation To Visit Jeffrey Epstein’s Island
NOPE NOPE NOPE. FDA Greenlights Genetically Modified Pigs For Consumption
States close to filing new Google antitrust suit
Trump will veto the veto-proof defense spending bill: White House
Man arrested for chasing Maine McDonald’s employees with chainsaw
Virginia to grant ‘driver privilege cards’ to illegal immigrants
Bezos’ ex-wife. MacKenzie Scott donates $4.2 billion to 384 organizations

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

Photo: WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 30: U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks to members of the media as he arrives for the weekly Senate Republican policy luncheon in the Hart Senate Office Building on June 30, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Stefani Reynolds/Getty Images)

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