logo





First Week of 2022 Round-up
January 9, 2022

This week was full of news about the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol. Some people still think it was just a regular tourist visit, or that it was a false flag. Nevertheless, the January 6 Committee is moving forward. One thing we want them to investigate is what Trump was doing on January 6, and why it took more than three hours to send in the National Guard. Reports say Trump was sitting in front of his TV appreciating the attackers.

Although Attorney General Garland chooses to remain enigmatic, President Biden came out with full force in his address on January 6. He never mentioned Trump's name, but said:
So let's speak plainly about what happened in 2020. Even before the first ballot was cast, the former president was preemptively sowing doubt about the election results. He built his lie over months. It wasn't based on any facts. He was just looking for an excuse, a pretext to cover for the truth. He's not just a former president. He's a defeated former president. Defeated by a margin of over seven million of your votes. In a full and free and fair election.

There is simply zero proof the election results are inaccurate. In fact, in every venue where evidence had to be produced and oath to tell the truth had to be taken, the former president failed to make his case.
In my opinion, Biden's address one of the best things that's happened so far this year. You can watch it and read the transcript here: npr.org





Notes to the Future
January 3, 2022

conspiracystatement





Notes to the Future
January 3, 2022

Here it is three days before the first anniversary of the violent insurrection and rioting at the US Capitol. There's now hope the people who planned this event will be called to account. They're fighting with each other now, as this Washington Post article explains. It appears the whole cause of lies has become a hot potato.

WashingtonPost.com





2022 is Here!
January 1, 2022

newyearsday2022





Pray for Peace News archive

pray for peace index

surrealist-logo