Sixteen Thirty Fund is the dark money scaring Alaskans into voting against their constitutional convention

The leftists and their lawyers of Alaska, after working for over a year to fight a constitutional convention, created “Defend Our Constitution” to scare Alaskans. The top three funders of Defend Our Constitution are the Sixteen Thirty Fund, the National Education Association, and IBEW-Alaska’s political action committee.

“A single, cryptically named entity that has served as a clearinghouse of undisclosed cash for the left, the Sixteen Thirty Fund, received mystery donations as large as $50 million and disseminated grants to more than 200 groups, while spending a total of $410 million in 2020 — more than the Democratic National Committee itself,” The New York Times reported in January.

Last year, the Sixteen Thirty Fund funned money to support Forrest Dunbar for mayor of Anchorage. It was one of many Democrats the group funded with contributions from a Swiss billionaire trying to sway American Elections. Continue reading “Sixteen Thirty Fund is the dark money scaring Alaskans into voting against their constitutional convention”

Jump the Shark Idiom Meaning

‘Jumping the shark’:

In television programming, to resort to using an obvious or unbelievable gimmick in a scene, episode, or storyline as a means of maintaining viewership, especially when the show’s quality or popularity has begun to decline. The phrase alludes to the sitcom Happy Days, in which the character Fonzie (Henry Winkler) jumps over a shark on water-skis in the fifth season.

Happy Days – Fonzie Jumps the Shark, creating an expression for decades

‘Jumping the shark’:

In television programming, to resort to using an obvious or unbelievable gimmick in a scene, episode, or storyline as a means of maintaining viewership, especially when the show’s quality or popularity has begun to decline. The phrase alludes to the sitcom Happy Days, in which the character Fonzie (Henry Winkler) jumps over a shark on water-skis in the fifth season.

MustReadAlaska – Successful Elections Strategy: “Conservatives won’t come to vote unless there is some catastrophic need out there. So if you’re going to run again, put down the ‘nice’ card, and go to war”

John Quick: “Unfortunately, conservatives won’t come to vote unless there is some catastrophic need out there. So if you’re going to run again, put down the ‘nice’ card, and go to war, because that’s the only way that conservatives are going to come out to vote, unfortunately. … For folks that ran and lost, keep your head high. Do it again. … But if you put your bootstraps back on, go to war instead of having a friendly conversation with your opponent. …you have to entice conservatives to come out and vote, because unfortunately, they’re just not going to naturally come out in the numbers that we need unless there’s some sort of huge need out there.”

Suzanne Downing agrees, saying this about Forest Dunbar: “There’s something really, really wrong with him, and it needs to be called out. The guy is absolute; he’s vicious. He’s kind of a monster, honestly. … [Then she brought up Zaletel.] These are people that really do need to be taken out.”

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Globalists want truckers to disrupt supply chain so driverless trucks will be cheered this year

Protest convoys to stop the vax mandates are GREAT, but shutting down roads and ports of entry may be what the globalists want. A friend who’s studied how the elites operate wrote this on Facebook:

These times . . . things are not what they seem to be.

Greedy billionaire Elon Musk “approves” the convoy… to promote his A.I. fleet of trucks and take away 3.6-7.95 million US jobs in just this sector alone! “THIS is the **pre-planned solution** to the global trucker convoy. The parasitic class want the truckers and the farmers to protest and help disrupt the supply chain so the fourth industrial revolution and self-driving 18-wheelers can be introduced. Continue reading “Globalists want truckers to disrupt supply chain so driverless trucks will be cheered this year”

[2020] 60 Minutes: Completely driverless trucks on the road by 2021

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In Texas, driverless trucks are set to take over roads January 21, 2022

A giant 18-wheel transport truck is barreling down a multi-lane Texas highway, and there is no one behind the wheel.

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60 Minutes: Completely driverless trucks predicted on the road by 2021

August 24, 2020

Chuck Price predicted that his company would have driverless trucks with no human backup driver on U.S. roadways by 2021. Currently, many startups are operating driverless tech on public roads, but a safety driver remains on board during testing operations in case of emergency.

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