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  • Justin Krohn
    commented 2020-11-13 12:42:42 -0600
    So who runs our socail media presence and has been deciding to activley let people who do not fall in to our partys values or core beliefs use our moneybto campaign as greens?
  • Bill and Joyce Rood
    commented 2020-11-10 21:39:43 -0600
    Danene, good video. I’m a fan of Kim.
  • Danene Provencher
    commented 2020-11-10 20:51:46 -0600
  • Bill and Joyce Rood
    commented 2020-10-21 21:53:42 -0500
    Dr. Webb,
    Apparently you are unaware of the deep corruption of Joe Biden and his son, as verified by the trove of evidence uncovered on Hunter’s abandoned laptop.

    There’s no question that Trump is evil. There’s no need for me to detail all the red lines he has crossed that made it impossible for me to vote for him. I will not be complicit with any of the evil he has committed and has continued to consummate.

    That said, the Democratic Party and its allies in the intelligence community, the permanent bureaucracy, Big Pharma, the MIC, “never-Trump” (neo-con) Republicans and media have taken evil to a whole new level. Their Russiagate “insurance policy” started even before Trump was elected, with the fabrication of the Steele dossier, which depended heavily on disinformation supplied by Ukrainian intelligence agencies. Starting immediately after the 2016 election, Democrats sought to undermine the Constitution, rule of law and 200 year old traditions by attempting to suborn “unfaithful” electors. After failing several times to get FISA warrants targeting Carter Page, they altered an email confirming Page was a CIA asset and inserted language indicating the opposite. This allowed them to spy on the entire Trump campaign. They entrapped Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and forced his resignation, even though the internal consensus within the FBI was that he had done nothing wrong. FBI holdovers from the Obama Administration then continued to persecute Flynn and his family for over three years, the objective two-fold, 1) to spike Trump’s foreign policy goals and 2) to punish Flynn for the 2012 DIA report warning of the creation of a Caliphate in Iraq and Syria if the Obama Administration continued to pursue the policy of supporting Syrian rebels, and for Flynn’s later public statement that ISIS was a result of Obama wilfully ignoring that 2012 report. They then manipulated the appointment of Mueller as a figurehead “special prosecutor” so they could keep a sham investigation going for 3-1/2 years, an investigation that failed to uncover any evidence of collusion between the Russian government and the Trump campaign. Deep State worms within the FBI and DoJ then suppressed the information on the Hunter Biden laptops for over a year so the Democrats could put up the impeachment charade. The information has only come to light now because the repairman had the prescience to make copies of the hard drive. Biden has bragged on video that he forced the firing of Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma, and the laptop evidence shows he knew he was acting on Hunter’s behalf.

    Now, in this election year, their allies at WHO exaggerated the infection fatality rate of Covid-19 and Gates funded serial failure Neil Ferguson fed that garbage into modeling that produced garbage results that panicked multiple countries into temporary lockdowns to “flatten the curve,” except that after they had killed thousands of nursing home victims and the crisis was over, they’ve used fear to justify keeping the lock downs going. The purposes of what Pompeo said was a “live exercise” were 1) to disguise and provide an explanation for the financial meltdown that was already in progress, 2) to create an economic shock that would discredit Trump and cause him to lose the election and 3) to consolidate the globalist/technocratic power via the World Economic Forum’s Reset 2021. They didn’t care how many nursing home residents had to die to achieve this, how many working class folks would lose their jobs, how much despair and suicide they would create as long as long as they regained control. In fact, killing off old people was a bonus, like the muti-trillion dolar bailout to corporations so they could replace the economic role of small business. When a large segment of the US population started waking up to the scam and demanding re-opening, they mobilized their bought and paid for rioters. They knew they wouldn’t have to wait long, because US cops kill a black person someplace every other day, but the videos of George Floyd I’m sure were far beyond their highest expectations. The purpose of the riots and refusal of Democratic mayors, prosecutors and governors to deal with them effectively was to put Trump in a “damned if you do” fascist or “damned if you don’t” weakling bind. Once again, they don’t care how many small businesses, most of them black-owned, are torches or how many little boys are shot in their cribs or little girls are killed riding in their parent’s car who took a wrong turn. The important thing is to make Trump look bad. Now, they’re accusing Trump of planning a coup, which is exactly what they are planning through such organizations at the “Transition Integrity Project.”

    As I said, I could not vote for Trump, but I believe the Democrats are truly the greater evil. Biden will deep six the Barr-Durham investigation for sure, the only real hope we have of bringing back even a semblance of the rule of law in Washington. I’ve often voted Democrat down-ticket in the past, while usually voting Green or independent for President. You mentioned Ilhan Omar, who ignorantly catapulted establishment propaganda villifying Bashar al-Assad, helping to justify inhumane sanctions against Syrian civilians.

    Omar and AOC are examples of why we should always vote against Duopoly candidates. They always bow to leadership, as AOC did when it came to Venezuela. That’s why I’m giving voters in Minnesota’s First Congressional District a better choice than voting for a Duopoly candidate.

    Do not vote for what you don’t want, because you’ll probably get it,

    Bill Rood, Long time Green and now Grassroots – Legalize Cannabis Party candidate for US House in MN-CD1
  • David Webb
    commented 2020-10-21 18:13:39 -0500
    Fellow Minnesota Greens,

    A question for you, if I may: Could you live with yourself if after voting for Hawkins-Walker, Trump and Pence carried Minnesota and were reelected? I could not and have accordingly voted instead for Biden-Harris. Here’s why I’d urge you to do the same.

    First, a brief personal history. I’m not a dyed-in-the-wool partisan. However, in 2008, after four years of little change and dashed hopes, I vowed never again to vote for “the lesser of the evils.” In 2016, when the major parties gave us a choice, as Dr Cornell West put it, “between a neoliberal catastrophe and a neofascist disaster,” I again voted for Dr Jill Stein.

    I am a Green because the Green Party best represents the values I deem most important. However, I believe some Democrats, such as Minnesota’s own Ilhan Omar and Tina Liebling, reflect my values as much as any Greens, and I’ve supported them as much as I have any Green candidates.

    Heresy? I hope you wouldn’t think so. There’s certainly precedent for being pragmatic, and I relate this for example, not to be “unfriendly.” In 2016, I gathered some 200 signatures to put Paula Overby and Trahern Crews on the ballot. Small potatoes? Well, not too shabby considering my hometown’s population of only 750 with only some 400 registered voters. In any case, I cast a vote for Ms Overby, but was perplexed at being unable to find Mr Crews’ name on the ballot. Only later did I learn that he had run for a different office as a Democrat (and lost). Still later, I learned that he had become a delegate to the Green Party national convention and is now co-chair of the Green Party of Minnesota.

    I well understand the importance and difficulty of trying to achieve major party status. That acknowledged, it is nonetheless the overarching practical fact of the matter that Howie Hawkins doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of being elected; whereas, without question, either Biden or Trump will be.

    In 2020, I would submit that it’s not a question of “lesser of the evils,” but rather a choice between a not altogether terrible Biden and a monstrously evil Trump. Donald Trump poses an existential threat to American democracy, to the health of the populace and the planet, and to everything for which the Green Party stands. I believe we have to vote him out, then try to pick up the pieces and go forward.

    Respectfully,

    David Webb, MD

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