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DC-based alternative journalist Ken Meyercord attended yesterday’s notorious pro-Trump election fraud protests—and says the mainstream media version is a gross distortion. Below is his written account. -KB

What I Saw at the “Stop the Steal” Rally

by Ken Meyercord (kiaskfm(at)verizon(dot)net)

As several of my readers… well, one, expressed appreciation for my report on the pro-Trump rally I attended shortly after the election, I thought I would share what I experienced at yesterday’s “Stop-the-Steal” protest in Washington. As to the size of the crowd, I’ve lived in DC for over 40 years now and am active in the antiwar movement, so I’ve attended many similar events, and this one was as big as any of them, including the post-Trump’s inaugural Women’s March, which is estimated to have attracted half a million. I won’t offer a number, as I never saw the crowd in its entirety and have no particular expertise in estimating crowd size. I’m sure we’ll hear estimates ranging from 50,000 to a million. It’s somewhere in there.

The rally started at 10 AM with speeches near the Washington Monument, where a platform and a screen had been set up. After listening to a couple of speeches, I headed towards Capitol Hill, to which the demonstrators were scheduled to march around noon. I got a bite to eat along the way, which wasn’t easy as most restaurants were closed, indoor dining being prohibited at this time. Eventually, I found a McDonald’s offering carry out. Neither the McDonald’s or nearby Starbuck’s had a functioning restroom (or so they said) and porta-potties were few and far between with long lines of squirming, bladder-about -to-burst customers, so I detoured to Union Station to answer nature’s call along the way to Capitol Hill.

I walked down Constitution Avenue, where barricades lined both sides of the street with police stationed every 5-10 yards. I learned from the police that the demonstrators would not be allowed to walk up the wide avenue but would be shunted onto the sidewalk. I asked if they were aware how big the crowd was and wished them best of luck with their plan. I also stopped to watch President Trump on a screen addressing the crowd back at the monument. After listening to him blather on in his rambling, incoherent, bombastic way for a few minutes, I proceeded to the back side of the Capitol (contrary to popular belief, the back side is the one facing the Mall).

The gigantic lawn in front of that side of the Capitol had been barricaded off, something I can’t recall ever being the case at any demonstration I have attended. There were only a few police manning the barricades; so, when the protestors started arriving (around 12:30) and soon filled the cramped space allotted to them, some bold souls jumped the barricades and were soon joined by the mass of chanting, flag-waving Trumpsters. (Let me be the first to propound a conspiracy theory, though it’s probably too late for that honor: the barricades were so lightly manned because the authorities wanted the protestors to breach them and get unruly to discredit the president and, by extension, all those who question the integrity of the election.)

[Full disclosure: I believe the vote was tampered with and have been amazed and appalled at the inability and/or unwillingness of anyone or any entity—state governors and legislatures, state and federal courts, the media—to even consider the possibility, much less do anything about it. I find the dismissive “no evidence of fraud”, “baseless claims” mantra repeated ad nauseum by media pundidiots as provoking as anything the president has said , since I’ve seen plenty of evidence and well-substantiated claims. Were I 40 years younger and gave more of a damn, I might be one of those on the front line storming the barricades myself (probably not).]

For the next hour (1-2 PM) there was a stand-off between the crowd at the bottom of the Capitol’s steps and the police. I can’t say what exactly was going on up there as I was far away. I imagine there was a lot of taunting of the police. I had spoken earlier to a young man in camouflage fatigues who expressed his contempt for authority and seemed itching for a fight. I saw a phalanx of Proud Boys—t he media’s favorite bete noire—but there were only 30 to 40 of them and they were nowhere near as dressed for combat as Antifa cadres usually are, the latter coming to such events sporting bicycle helmets, trash can-lid shields, and broom-handle batons. I can testify that during that hour a dozen or so flash-bang bombs were used, I assume by the police. To the extent the crowd was peaceably assembled “to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” and the intention of the police in setting off the bombs was to intimidate and disperse them, it could be said the police were the first to break the law.

It was getting near my nap time and it didn’t look like anything of significance was going to happen (my usual, seer-like prescience), so I left around 2:15. I think that’s around the time the demonstrators forced their way into the Capitol, as my eyes burned slightly from tear gas as I left the Capitol grounds. I was halfway to the METRO station when I heard a cacophony of sirens and so I hurried back just in time to see a cavalcade of police vans arriving at the front (east side) of the Capitol. The steps on that side were occupied by protestors but I couldn’t tell whether they were entering the building. It didn’t look like it as they were just milling around, as were the police amongst them.

I never made it back to the lawn-side of the Capitol. It must have been something to see the police clear the building and especially the lawn, considering the size of the crowd. I’ve seen some footage of helmeted officers pushing down protestors who didn’t move fast enough and striking them while they were down—shades of Black Lives Matter “police brutality”. Speaking of which, despite all the frantic, lurid reporting making it sound like Attila the Hun and the Golden Horde were raping and pillaging, the folks who entered the Capitol building seem to have been remarkably well-behaved (other than being uninvited) compared to what we’ve seen at BLM protests: no graffiti-marred walls, no broken windows (well, one), no fires set, no statues overturned, no counter-protestor shot by a protestor (By the by, who is responsible for egging on the BLM-related protestors?).

I hope when things have calmed down and responsible, fair-minded leaders mull things over, they’ll remember not the miniscule percentage of the demonstrators who entered the Capitol but the hundreds of thousands who came from all over the country to vent their anger and, in their minds, save their country (If the election was meddled with, who then become the ones defending Democracy?).

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  1. Unfortunately the masses believe what the MSM spits out. I have watched the gullible people who are descendents of Democrats only families.
    The worst are the suburban far left well to do who feel they ae superior to us deplorables.

    • Replies: @Cato
  2. For the last four years, Trump was the perfect flesh and blood ‘Goldstein’ for the establishment to demonize in the daily two minutes of hate. It didn’t matter that he was wildly popular with the proles.

    To fill the vacuum left by Trump, middle Americans have been chosen to be the new Goldstein. The ‘Stop the Steal’ patriots are the first in the post-Trump era to get the full Goldstein treatment from the controlled media.

    • Agree: El Dato
  3. unit472 says:

    The resignation of the Chief of the Capitol Hill Police ( not because one of his officers murdered a 35 year old woman for climbing through a broken window ) shows things are not as the media have been ‘reporting’ ( including claiming a Capitol Hill cop had been killed).

    The problem is, as Mark Twain noted, a Lie can travel halfway round the world before the Truth can get its boots on and our media and Congress are nothing but a pack of liars. Had this been a ‘mob’ intent on fomenting an insurrection the Capitol would have been decorated with dead cops and demonstrators.

    Something very curious was going on given the size of the crowd and the lack of security around the Capitol. We know the Capitol Hill police chief refused the Pentagon’s offer of help as well as from the FBI ( although given the nature of today’s FBI refusing their ‘help’ may have been wise even if I might like to have seen Agent Joe Pientka and the rest of the Crossfire Hurricane team having a barrel of ‘what for’ poured on them by the demonstrators). At some point , however, the Capitol Hill Police Chief needs to be questioned under oath and any communications he may have had with Nancy Pelosi revealed.

  4. Franz says:

    What got my attention was early footage of the demonstrators booing at someone busting windos. then all of a sudden the situation got out of hand. And then there’s this poster over at a conspiracy site, which has been floating around elsewhere too:

    People either trust Jeff Rense or they don’t. But this looks authentic to me:

    https://rense.com/general96/antifa-flier.php

  5. TruNews reporter Ed Szall and filmmaker Matt Skow were at the Rally. Matt got trapped inside the building and managed to find a small perch from which to record the intense, crushing and chaotic scene. It’s raw and in real time. (I do my best to ignore Rick Wiles’s commentary.)

    See for yourself.
    https://www.trunews.com/stream/resignation-or-impeachment-pressure-mounts-for-president-trump-to-leave-white-house

    Ken Meyercord’s first person observations are appreciated, and I prefer to believe that the crowd was mostly well-behaved, but Ed & Matt saw and filmed a different part of the elephant, one that was a lot angrier and more dangerous than what Ken saw.

    • Replies: @unit472
  6. unit472 says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    I think your mind is clouded or you are just stupid. No doubt in any large crowd there will be people with different objectives. As the press was constantly pointing out during the summer’s George Floyd’s riots the crowd was ‘mostly peaceful’ but when the sun went down stores were looted and buildings burned. No one said Joe Biden should be held responsible but that is exactly what you are implying because you have shit for brains.

    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
  7. This just in from Ken Meyercord. -KB

    Email Exchange on Evidence of Election Fraud

    From: Ken Meyercord
    Sent: Thu, Jan 7, 2021, 5:03 PM
    To:
    In that leaked telephone conversation between President Trump and the Secretary of State of Georgia, Trump claimed 5000 dead people had voted, while the Secretary of State’s lawyer claimed they’d only found two Can’t we verify these very concrete claims, at least? Don’t you think it would be useful if these two sat down before us all—through the wonders of modern communication—and each explained how they had arrived at their figure? Wouldn’t that help us evaluate who is making “baseless claims”, as the media calls them: Trump or the media (in claiming Trump’s claims are baseless)? Otherwise, we all are just left to believe who we want, without really knowing who is lying, or, to put it more kindly, mistaken. Wouldn’t this go a long way towards advancing a common understanding of the facts amongst Americans and thus advance restoring national unity, President-Elect Biden?
     President Trump made a lot of similar and even more dramatic claims in his speech at Wednesday’s rally, which you can hear, starting at the 44:00 mark, at https://youtu.be/RTK1lm1jk60 .
     P. S. If you find that these two gentlemen have explained their calculations somewhere, please do let me know.   
    From:
    Sent: Thursday, January 7, 2021 11:16 PM
    To: Ken Meyercord

    From someone who has the tools and credentials to survey:
    Gabriel Sterling, a Republican official in the Georgia Secretary of State’s office addressed this in a press conference on Monday. He explained that “our information from the department of auto records that we go through county by county shows potentially two [cases]. So far, two.”
    Gabe Sterling, from Georgia’s secretary of state’s office, said secrecy rules don’t allow rejecting a ballot when a voter dies before Election Day. “You can’t go back and get that ballot back out. It’s just physically impossible, given the privacy rules in our state,” Sterling said.
    There are about 50,000 deaths/month in Georgia — plenty of dead people having done early voting.
    Other “irregularities” explained
    https://www.ajc.com/politics/5-georgia-election-fraud-claims-explained/HG7LECMRRZGBNH6VNLYI4H5R6A/
    From: Ken Meyercord
    Sent: Fri, Jan 8, 2021, 12:24 PM
    To:
     The DMV keeps a record of who has died? In any case, we’ve heard from one side; let’s hear from the other. (I haven’t listened  to the entire 30’ speech yet, or the a second link.) By the by, why do they refuse to audit the mail-in envelopes? You can count a stuffed ballot box as many times as you wish and get the same result. It doesn’t make the count valid.
    Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has said there’s no evidence of widespread fraud in Georgia’s elections. – I guess that settles it! Can’t argue with a Sec. of State. Now let’s get Sen. Cotton to confirm if China was behind the Solarwinds hack.

    From my sarcastic comment you can guess I didn’t find the second link very convincing.

    From:
    Sent: Friday, January 8, 2021 12:48 PM
    To: Ken Meyercord

    Yes, one way the state can purge the voting rolls and locate recently deceased is by the DMV.
    When someone dies, the relatives are requested to contact the following agencies, only one of which is a state agency – DMV.
    List of Agencies Government Agencies to be contacted □ Social Security Administration, 800-772-1213 □ Veteran’s Administration (if decedent was formerly military). □ Defense Finance & Accounting Service, 800-269-5170 (military service retiree receiving benefits). □ Office of Personnel Management, 888-767-6738 (if decedent is a retired or former federal civil service employee). □ U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service, 800-375-5283 (if decedent was not a U. S. Citizen) □ State Department of Motor Vehicles – If decedent had a driver’s license or state ID, contact the government agency for the state in which he/she resides. 
    Better questions to ask:
    (1) How did Trump’s contingent obtain records of the deceased? Not easy, but can be done.
    (2)  How did Trump’s contingent obtain voting records? Registration records can be obtained but seems impossible to obtain voting records.
    (3) How can someone obtain a ballot of a dead person — need identification and signature.
    (4)  How can someone vote for a dead person — need identification and signature
    (5) Why was only a number given? If the contingent knew of dead voters, why didn’t they release to authorities the names and voting records of the dead persons so they could be traced?
    From: Ken Meyercord
    Sent: Fri, Jan 8, 2021, 1:48 PM
    To:

    Press for an investigation so you can get better answers than by asking me.
    Better questions to ask:
    (1) How did Trump’s contingent obtain records of the deceased? Not easy, but can be done. – As I understand it, they searched obituaries.
    (2)  How did Trump’s contingent obtain voting records? Registration records can be obtained but seems impossible to obtain voting records. – In Virginia you can get a list of everyone who voted from the Election Commission.
    (3) How can someone obtain a ballot of a dead person — need identification and signature. – The whole point is blank ballots were floating around like confetti. One critic I saw held up a poorly zeroxed copy of a ballot that had been submitted. In one of the swing states—Michigan, I think—they sent out a ballot to everyone in the state..
    (4)  How can someone vote for a dead person — need identification and signature – I’m assuming these were mail-in ballots (or ghosts). One ballot counter was told she needed to verify 20 signatures a minute. What would you do in that situation. I’d passed every ballot wihtt0ut even bothering to look at the signature.
    (5) Why was only a number given? If the contingent knew of dead voters, why didn’t they release to authorities the names and voting records of the dead persons so they could be traced? – I don’t know that they haven’t; but, being a conspiracy theorist, I’d hesitate to do so for fear the authorities would delete those people from the list of those who had voted.

    From:
    Sent: Friday, January 8, 2021 3:11 PM
    To: Ken Meyercord

    Better questions to ask:
    (1) How did Trump’s contingent obtain records of the deceased? Not easy, but can be done. – As I understand it, they searched obituaries. Why did they do this now and not in previous elections? How did they know their efforts would be worth it and they would find fraudulent voters? 
    (2)  How did Trump’s contingent obtain voting records? Registration records can be obtained but seems impossible to obtain voting records. – In Virginia you can get a list of everyone who voted from the Election Commission. But not for whom they voted. The Trump contingent claimed the conspiracy was against them. Only afterwards did they make it seem as if they wanted to make certain future elections were honest.
    (3) How can someone obtain a ballot of a dead person — need identification and signature. – The whole point is blank ballots were floating around like confetti. One critic I saw held up a poorly zeroxed copy of a ballot that had been submitted. In one of the swing states—Michigan, I think—they sent out a ballot to everyone in the state..I previously sent you information on why this cannot be true.
    (4)  How can someone vote for a dead person — need identification and signature – I’m assuming these were mail-in ballots (or ghosts). One ballot counter was told she needed to verify 20 signatures a minute. What would you do in that situation. I’d passed every ballot wihtt0ut even bothering to look at the signature. .I previously sent you information on why this cannot be true
    (5) Why was only a number given? If the contingent knew of dead voters, why didn’t they release to authorities the names and voting records of the dead persons so they could be traced? – I don’t know that they haven’t; but, being a conspiracy theorist, I’d hesitate to do so for fear the authorities would delete those people from the list of those who had voted. How can anything be proven without knowing names? Sounds like going around in circles. Could give ten names as a start.

    From: Ken Meyercord
    Sent: Friday, January 8, 2021 5:26 PM
    To:

    Better questions to ask:
    (1) How did Trump’s contingent obtain records of the deceased? Not easy, but can be done. – As I understand it, they searched obituaries. Why did they do this now and not in previous elections? How did they know their efforts would be worth it and they would find fraudulent voters? Election fraud on this scale had never been tried, or needed, before, in my opinion. Local elections have certainly been tampered with often enough, but never a presidential race. Without the pandemic and the consequent promotion of mail-in balloting, it wouldn’t have been possible. The anti-Trumpers took advantage of the opportunity (They probably had been making plans of the nefarious type to see Trump didn’t get re-elected for years. Trump warned that mail-in balloting was an invitation to fraud months before the election—even threatened there would be legal action if the vote was tampered with—so he must have seen it coming.
    (2)  How did Trump’s contingent obtain voting records? Registration records can be obtained but seems impossible to obtain voting records. – In Virginia you can get a list of everyone who voted from the Election Commission. But not for whom they voted. The Trump contingent claimed the conspiracy was against them. Only afterwards did they make it seem as if they wanted to make certain future elections were honest. Who the dead people voted for is secondary to the question who voted for them. If it’s truly on the scale of thousands, you have to assume some nefarious group is behind it and the likely resurrectionists are the anti-Trumpers.
    (3) How can someone obtain a ballot of a dead person — need identification and signature. – The whole point is blank ballots were floating around like confetti. One critic I saw held up a poorly zeroxed copy of a ballot that had been submitted. In one of the swing states—Michigan, I think—they sent out a ballot to everyone in the state..I previously sent you information on why this cannot be true. Can’t remember what you said, but I beg to differ.
    (4)  How can someone vote for a dead person — need identification and signature – I’m assuming these were mail-in ballots (or ghosts). One ballot counter was told she needed to verify 20 signatures a minute. What would you do in that situation. I’d passed every ballot wihtt0ut even bothering to look at the signature. .I previously sent you information on why this cannot be true I’m not sure what you said previously. I assume you’d only need a name and an address, which I assume could be gotten off registered voter lists. A valid-looking signature wouldn’t be needed if (1) they were not being verified (Can you imagine how long it would take to verify millions of signatures manually, and there is eyewitness testimony that the verification by machine was invalidated one way or another), (2) the ballots got into the system surreptitiously.   
    (5) Why was only a number given? If the contingent knew of dead voters, why didn’t they release to authorities the names and voting records of the dead persons so they could be traced? – I don’t know that they haven’t; but, being a conspiracy theorist, I’d hesitate to do so for fear the authorities would delete those people from the list of those who had voted. How can anything be proven without knowing names? Sounds like going around in circles. Could give ten names as a start. Again, I don’t know that they haven’t.

    From:
    Sent: Friday, January 8, 2021 3:41 PM
    To: Ken Meyercord

     Don’t intend to extend this discussion, but important points.
    If a request is made to the elections commission for voting rolls, how long until an answer is received during these epidemic times — assuredly not two weeks, more like two years??? Could the Trumpites have obtained the records in a short time for making a knowledgeable challenge?
    As I told you before, the claim is a huge conspiracy, involving several states and several means of fraud. To accomplish these tasks would involve a vast continent of conspirators, well coordinated on many levels, and with well planned activities that required a number of meetings Do you know of any people involved in this vast conspiracy or any meetings they attended?

    From: Ken Meyercord
    Sent: Friday, January 8, 2021 5:03 PM
    No idea about your first point. As to the second, I think 100-200 people drawn from the intelligence side of the Deep State could pull it off, but any discussion of that will have to wait until we can discuss it in person.
    As to the conspirators names and meetings, see my blog posting “Shades of Jekyll Island” (https://kiaskblog.wordpress.com/2021/01/05/shades-of-jekyll-island/ ), in which I note that participants in a secret meeting in 1910 of that era’s Deep State, where they devised the Federal Reserve, successfully denied that such a meeting ever took place, in the face of claims it did by “conspiracy theorists”, for 20 years before the truth finally came out. It suggests you and I probably won’t be around when and if any such meetings related to the election become public knowledge (I’m just hoping to find out who shot JFK before I die!).

  8. “We went to bed one night old-fashioned, conservative, Compromise Union Whigs and waked up stark mad Abolitionists.”

    –Amos Lawrence, after the capture of Anthony Burns in Boston, 1854

  9. @unit472

    aka Shit for brains

    did you look at the TruNews raw film footage?

    Matt Skow, who was on the scene and trapped inside the Capitol, is an accomplished filmmaker — he produced Sacrificing Liberty, a 4-hour documentary including interviews with the survivors of Israel’s 1967 attack on the USS Liberty https://www.trunews.com/stream/sacrificing-liberty-would-israel-sink-u-s-warship-in-strait-of-hormuz-and-blame-iran

    Not sure where you came up with “Joe Biden should be held responsible”, I implied no such thing.
    I merely stated that I appreciated Meyercord’s on-the-ground perspective, and that TruNews recorded a different perspective.
    Elephants are big animals with many disparate parts.

  10. The truck driver who gave an affidavit who drove from NY to PA said the thousands of ballots delivered were marked for Biden from what he could see.

  11. “…completed ballots for the 2020 general election were shipped from Bethpage, New York, to Lancaster, Pennsylvania,” to a facility incapable of processing them, Kline explained in the press conference. A spokeswoman later clarified that the estimate ranges from 144,000 to 288,000 ballots. [Phill Kline, a former attorney general of Kansas and director of The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, said The Amistad Project has corroborated the truck driver’s story.]

    “This evidence demands investigation. This evidence demands answers,” Kline insisted. He reported that The Amistad Project is working with the FBI and U.S. attorneys in various jurisdictions to get to the bottom of the story.

    Jesse Morgan, the truck driver involved, told his story at the press conference.

    “I drive a tractor-trailer for U.S. postal service, a subcontractor. I drive a route route from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to Bethpage, New York, to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and back to Lancaster,” he explained.

    “On October 21, when I arrived for my usual route for Bethpage,” he recalled, “an expeditor made three references to ballots that were to be loaded into my trailer, including saying, ‘Hey, you have ballots today.’”…

    “As things became weirder I got to thinking and wondered why I was driving complete ballots from New York to Pennsylvania. I didn’t know why, so I decided to speak up,” Morgan said…

    Kline said sources told him Morgan’s story “matched up perfectly on how you would insert fraudulent mail into the stream.”

    At the press conference, other whistleblowers spoke about postal workers delivering Joe Biden campaign mail while they discarded mail from the Trump campaign.

    These claims deserve serious investigation.”

    https://pjmedia.com/election/tyler-o-neil/2020/12/01/whistleblower-i-drove-thousands-of-ballots-from-new-york-to-pennsylvania-n1184008

  12. Ragno says:

    It’s not just that Silicon Valley and Corporate Media have shut off every avenue for American citizens to say “stop”, “no” or “I strongly disagree” – although that’s awful enough as it is – it’s that this policy is no less than brutal psychological warfare masquerading as Pollyanna squeamishness over Bad Words and Worse Thoughts.

    What they’re doing is something so evil it probably never occurred to them (beyond their own sadistic daydreams) prior to Jan 6th. By targeting 75 million people as UnPeople, and removing any capability they have not only to speak truth to power…. but to conduct ordinary conversations with one another….they can achieve an objective they never probably thought possible – disappear 75 million ‘troublesome’ people with a few well-placed lies, and an all-important ball-gag preventing anyone from hearing you screaming.

    If you think being locked out of Twitter is a blessing in disguise (which it probably is), remember that Twitter bans are only the beginning. The almost certain further step, as inevitable as night following day, is what we all got a heads-up on two years ago: Silicon Valley shutting down your ability to make a living or provide for your family by social-credit-kiboshing your capability to maintain bank, investment and retirement accounts. Imagine waking up to discover that – despite a spotless credit rating and documented history of meeting your obligations in a timely manner – you no longer exist insofar as being able to use a credit card or pay your utility bills. Now further compound that with the complete inability to call for help or alert your fellow citizens in any sort of public forum once your local commissars hang the phone up on you or put a block on your phone number for the “crime” of adopting a ‘disrespectful tone’ while frantically trying to retrieve any semblance of a normal identity.

    This is war, psy-ops style, and its goal is to drive you insane with despair, short term; and to either drive you and your family into bare-subsistence Hoovervilles…… or simply outright committing suicide, long term.

    Who would’ve thunk it, eh? The New Year is barely ten days old, and already 2020 has become The Good Old Days!

  13. Cato says:
    @Lost American

    Even my highly intelligent, politically knowledgeable friends are going with the narrative. We might have to wait a hundred years for reasonable interpretations to emerge. Unless there is a hard push, now.

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