30 December 2020

TSOTPC: The State of The Piedmont Chronicles -- The Road Ahead in 2021

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Friends & Dear Readers, 

Thank you so much for reading this piece & we sure hope it's lovely out there. 

2020. Man...

What a year, huh? Yeah, it was something. 

The State of The Piedmont Chronicles
30 January 2020

My Friends,

For those of you up in North Oxford & those down in the Stewart Community, from the Good Folks in & around Salem to those in Winton (Brick Store Community) & to our friends in Texas Alley & Sand Hill; Snapping Shoals, Oak Hill & Livingston; Hazelbrand, Carmel & Sandtown, it is truly Yours Truly's distinct honor & privilege to pass on to you the following message: 

The State of The Piedmont Chronicles is strong. Very strong indeed! 

Despite over 70 less posts, 2020 outpaced 2019 in page views, as well as 2018. In fact, 2020 was the most read year in the history of The Chronicles.

I still can't believe it...

Regardless, for that, I thank you! 

As for 2021, I think it's gonna be quite the year. 

We'll be keeping an eye on it. 

As always, thanks for reading. 

- MB McCart 

29 December 2020

TPC's Top 15 of 2020

 Howdy, Readers. Hope all is well out there. 

Well, all in all & considering, it's been a good year for the ole publication, certainly an interesting one. 

Without any further ado, here are the Top 15 most read TPC pieces of the year 2020: 

15. Fred Wheeler -- A Nightmare Scenario 

14. MB McCart: Thoughts on the Covington Square Monument 

13. Ellis Millsaps: A Paean to White Boys

12. A Moment from MB: Just When I Thought I Was Out... 

11. Perrin Lovett: Shelter in Place or the Terrorists Virus Wins  

10. Kayla Leasure:
TPC Food Review -- The Social Goat

Kayla La'sure

9. Jerry Jeff Walker is Dead & I Ain't Feelin' Too Good Myself... 

8. Ryan Ralston: The Broken Window 

7. A Moment from MB: The Chairman's No Good, Very Bad Week 

6. TPC REAL Politick: The Morning After 

5. Ryan Ralston: Two Queries

4. Kayla's Corner: Bradley's BBQ 

3. Bess Tuggle: Major Concerns About Cousins 

2. Ryan Ralston: With Almost Surgical Precision 

1. TPC News Break: 1st Reported Case of Covid in the Home County 


Honorable Mention (an extremely close #16) 

RIP, Ron Kimble

The One & Only -- Ron Kimble

- MBM 

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23 December 2020

23 December 2020: Happy Festivus! MB McCart's Annual Airing of Grievances

Greetings, Dear Readers, and we sure hope all is lovely out there. 

December 23rd. Festivus. Time for MB's Annual... 

Airing of Grievances r

I've got a list of complaints here, folks, including some really major things that are really sticking in my claw & you're about to hear all about it. 


This foul Year of our Lord Two Thousand & Twenty. 

You've been a real pisser, and I hate you. 

Covid (That Chinee Wuhan)

You rat (bat?) bastard! 

Hate you, too! 


What can be said about Fleeta that hasn't already been said about Afghanistan? Bombed out & depleted. 


Ole Sleepy Joe. The poster child for the power elite & the deep state. A lifelong taker & receiver of the public teat. And let's face it -- he's a total creeper & a freak. But, Orange. Man. Bad.

Speaking of...


Donald J Trump.

What an A$$hole, right?

Always a slave to "The Deal" & he couldn't keep his dumb, undisciplined ass off of Twitter.

He could have done so much.

Remember -- he never came close to even thinking about touching The Fed. That speaks volumes, IMO. He wasn't all that & a bag of chips after all, I suppose. And let's not forget how he made several crucial wrong moves over the years as well. 

Too bad... 

Madam Coroner 

A lying, opportunistic racist.

And what's up w/ the whole tire thing? There's a lot of smoke there for there to be no fire in my opinion.

And ma'am, I think you really need to check your budget numbers before you get too carried away. And I'm not so sure you'll be able to get a supplement at the start of the year or a sizable budget increase come July 1, 2021. 

Marcello & Bell 

Greedy much? Damn, people. 

I mean, I kinda get Marcello. Man, he spent a ton on that house, didn't he?

But like many, I was just very disappointed w/ Probate Judge Melanie Bell. 

And the Ole Standbys

    • Tribalism in American Politics. Team Red vs. Team Blue. Who wins? Who loses? Who cares?
    • The fact that marijuana is not totally & full-on legal in every way. More specifically - Legalize It Like Tomatoes! No onerous regulations, while stopping the current attempts by the olde model cabal/power elite & corporatists' to take total control & turn it into another big pharma-style cartel. 
    • The fact that there are so many who just don't get it. In a word, it's freedom. As Locke spoke of, it is truly our natural state, and until we get the government that matches our essence, we will always have major problems & issues. Freedom works. It always has & it always will. 


And look for The SOTPC (State of The Piedmont Chronicles) & TPC's Top 15 Stories of 2020 next week. 

As always, we greatly appreciate you reading. 

Your Semi-esteemed Editor & Friend, 

MB McCart 

22 December 2020

Perrin Lovett: And a Pardon in a Pear Tree

 *Herein the National Affairs Column takes a break for a little Christmas fiction!

London City Airport, Early Evening…

No one had explained a word about the sudden change in scenery. An outside NHS doctor spent over an hour assessing his general condition, at intervals consulting with nurses and his solitary handlers. He thought he’d asked for his attorney or his advocate, but he simply couldn’t remember. The flat American accents had tipped him off, and if he was honest, he had long suspected this day would come. They didn’t even ask him to sign anywhere, nor did they present him any writ or order. Four sturdy men in suits, in addition to the usual guards, had escorted him from the infirmary to the transfer bay. Two of these bespoke Yankees rode along with him in the back of an SUV. He thought he glimpsed unmarked police cars in a short procession, but he wasn’t sure. 

Little of it, any of it, made sense. And he didn’t have much time to process what was happening. Nearly a decade of hiding, waiting, and suffering had crawled by him, only for this evening’s unexplained venture from Belmarsh, and the short, fast drive under the Thames (he guessed it was the Blackwall Tunnel), and now he was securely in the custody of - someone. Who were his new friends? The FBI? CIA? As the surprisingly well-appointed business jet began to swing around on its approach to the lone runway, he realized something. Whoever they were, they had not shackled him!

In fact, once on board, they had begun treating him rather well, more like a guest than a prisoner. Something in the cabin smelled sweet, familiar almost. He was seated in a comfortable leather chair and was just sipping from a bottle of Perrier when the pilot hastily announced their imminent departure. One of these agents, if that was the word, a large man seated across a small table from him, gestured for him to fasten his seatbelt. The gesture came with a smile, something to which he was no longer accustomed. No sooner than he had secured himself and turned to gaze out the window than the plane launched forward, soon climbing over the River, passing on the one side a sewage plant and, on the other, the sewer of a prison he’d of late called his home. In a few minutes, he realized they must have already been closing on the Delta, heading, he assumed, due east towards Antwerp. He couldn’t be exactly certain, but there came the feeling that the craft slowed in the air and subtly turned to the south - to what degree, he did not know.

And, just as he gave thought to another effervescent sip and perhaps a request for something solid to eat, another man kindly invited him forward to the flight deck. Entering through the open cockpit door, he beheld before and below him, shrouded in moving darkness, what he took for the Channel and, far ahead, the lights of the Continent. Two men sat under dim lights behind a sea of screens and controls. The younger one, on the right, was dressed in a similar if more understated fashion as the rest of the crew. He looked like the government issue. The other man, older, and obviously in charge of the flight, bore an altogether different look and demeanor. He was half slouched over to his left, with his arm resting near the window. His right hand lazily, casually held the yoke. His black hair, flecked with sprinkled salt, was shaggier than one would have assumed, as was his short, stubbly beard. He was chewing on a cigar and wore, over powerfully-built arms and shoulders, what could only be described as the tackiest of Christmas sweaters. Upon entering, he caught the end of a short conversation between the pilots.

The older casual man on the left was quipping in answer to something: ‘...Corona is a hoax, Biden didn’t win, and Gina didn’t kill herself. Eff- it!’

‘Yeah, right. Listen, RAF and the Bude are blowing up again about it, Tom,’ said the younger man on the right, ‘like it popped up out of nowhere.’

Unperturbed, the man of the left gave a dry response: ‘I know. Ninety-high and tracking our position perfectly?’

‘You know?’ the young man asked incredulously.

‘Yeah,’ the older man hummed, ‘or, I suspected. He’s with us. An escort.’

‘Then, who is he?’ asked the younger man.

‘Santa Claus…’

He could no longer contain his bewilderment. ‘Whose plane is this?’ he asked, more to the older man.

The whimsical pilot immediately pivoted around and smiled sincerely. ‘My brother-in-law’s!’ he said happily. ‘Well, he bought it, as a tax write-off and so forth, but I get to fly her. Keep her down in Hickory. She’s not a lot of use most of the time, what with the price of fuel but, for this jaunt, Uncle Sucker is picking up the whole tab!’

‘Who are you?’ he asked, feeling even more bewildered than before.

‘I’m Tom,’ the pilot said, extending his hand (leaving the yoke floating momentarily), ‘and this is Freddy,’ he said nodding to the younger man who smiled slightly at the introduction. ‘May I call you Julian?’ Tom asked.

‘Yes, uh, yes, that’s me,’ was Julian’s answer, before he ventured another question: ‘Are you CIA?’

‘No,’ the pilot said flatly and proudly. ‘The guys in the back are Marshals, or Secret Service, or something or another. Freddy here is Company, but I’m not. Not anymore. I’m just a guy with some cheap time and a plane. Welcome aboard the White Hat Express!’

He stumbled through his more recent memories for a moment before uttering: ‘Tom? You’re the professor?’

‘At your service, pen pal!’ Tom replied with a smile.

‘You two have been corresponding?’ Freddie asked with sudden interest or alarm.

‘Yeah,’ Tom said dismissively. ‘Now, Julian, where to?’

‘What do you mean?’ Julian asked.

‘I mean where do you want me to take you?’ Tom asked. Then, he clumsily tapped at a few of the screens above the throttle. ‘I’ve got nine-thousand, or ninety-five-hundred kilometers worth of range. Can’t make Australia, directly, but, there’s … Sweden? No, maybe not. Paris is just over the horizon. You probably aren’t keen on the States just yet---’

‘They’re keen on him,’ Freddy added.

‘Well, not yet,’ Tom said. ‘You just think about it, Julian, and let me know. I can hold over the Channel if I need to. Try not to take too long. I have a mountain cabin full of women who are probably angry with me about this side trip. Missing Christmas and all that, you know.’

‘You’re not taking me to a prison in America?!’ Julian asked perplexedly.

‘No, why would I?’ Tom questioned. ‘You’re a free man. It’s in the--- Wait, they didn’t tell you?!’

‘Tell me what?’ Julian was confused. ‘No.’

‘Well then, the honor is mine,’ Tom said proudly again, ‘You’re free! Full pardon. Freddy or one of them has the paperwork. And, not to burden you, but you are requested - at your convenience - for a special consultation on some more recent, pressing matters. The uh, the shitshow, you know? There’s a storm about to hit. Hard. Anyway, Merry Christmas, old man!’

Julian leaned on the door, feeling a lump moving up and through his throat. A pardon? He thought. For---

As if reading his new friend’s thoughts, Tom quietly added, ‘Not that you did anything wrong. But, all’s safe and legal now. And, I’m serious. Wherever you want. Got family somewhere? Or, friends? Why don’t you talk it over with her and get back to me.’

‘Talk to whom?’ Julian asked as tears filled his lower eyes. ‘Who is her, she?’

Tom looked sidelong at Freddy and almost growled, ‘You didn’t fucking tell him?! He hasn’t seen her yet? It’s a small plane!’

‘We had her scooch down in a rear seat, and she’s obviously still playing along,’ Freddy said defensively. ‘It was going to be part of the surprise, along with the pardon. Then, you had to take off like a wildman and---’

Tom cut Freddy’s explanation short. Holding the intercom button, he spoke out loudly and clearly, ‘Sweetheart, come on up here. He really needs you.’

Julian, utterly confused, wiped his sleeve over his eyes. But, she was already there. From behind him, a golden, sultry voice cooed over his shoulder, ‘Hello, beautiful.’

Turning, he looked into her eyes. His jaw dropped even as she moved in quickly to heartily embrace him. He exclaimed, ‘Pamela!’

*And now, this column will enter into a short period of festive rest. I intend to return in the new year, not later than the invocation of the Insurrection Act or the commencement of President Trump’s second term. Merry Christmas to all and a very happy 2021! -Perrin

21 December 2020

Ellis Millsaps: Commercial Break, Part One


As I write this tomorrow, December 14th, is my son's birthday. My birthday was last Monday, Pearl Harbor Day. Both our birthdays are particularly significant days this year. On Jack's birthday the presidential electors will select a sane president. My birthday marked the last day I would have to listen to Joe Namath’s whining and wheedling about  selling me Medicare insurance I already have.

 Joe was just one of a dozen or so Medicare “helpline” advertisers which until  the December 7th deadline ran over and over saying exactly the same spiel, sometimes twice in the same commercial. It was driving me crazier.. Not that Joe was doing anything particularly nefarious and I suppose job opportunities for retired pantyhose models aren't that plentiful, but it should be noted that while these advertisers style themselves as performing a public service, they are in fact insurance agents who don't get paid unless they “sell” you a policy. I put sell in quotes because the policies are often free.

 They are performing a public service only if they're reaching people who don't yet have this insurance, but I find it hard to believe there's a large enough group of people that ignorant to justify this massive amount of television ad spending. No they want you to call and see if your policy is the best one for you. Their incentive is to convince you that the company or in some cases one of the companies they represent is the “best” policy for you. Thus if I were to call  their incentive  would be to get me to change from my Humana policy to another company they represent even if they also represent Humana.

 Now was that boring or what? I needed it off my chest.

Unfortunately my birthday didn't end the ever-present CarShield commercials,  a scam aimed at old people, While Namath’s hawking earns him no black marks in the Lamb's Book of Life, there is a special place in hell reserved for Chris Berman and Ice T.

 In the first place they are not as they claim CarShield customers. People of their economic class and intelligence would never buy one of these policies. They are not customers-- although they may well have a policy-- they are employees, independent contractors paid well to promote  the scam.

 CarShield claims to insure its customers against highly unlikely events. Cars now are made to go 300,000 miles or more. ( When I was a kid in the 1950s and 60s you invited your neighbors over for a ride to watch your odometer roll over the rarefied 100,000 mile mark. I don't think the odometers even went that far then. I seem to recall they just went back to all zeros.)

 The odds on your new car needing a new engine or transmission before you reach a hundred and fifty thousand miles are quite slim and CarShield cuts off at 150,000. I say they “claim” to provide coverage because I've been to the Better Business Bureau website and checked them out. They are not approved by the bureau and the commentary is a deluge of complaints from people who bought CarShield policies. It seems they don't pay the claims even if one of these unlikely breakdowns occurs. They claim your problem is due to a pre-existing condition when you bought the policy or that the breakdown is due to your negligence in maintaining your car.

 I endured all these commercials before my birthday because I only watched cable news-- mostly MSNBC, occasionally Fox, rarely CNN-- and Turner Classic Movies. The news channels are rife with commercials while TMC advertises only itself. TCM shows 50s and 60s movie trailers which are fun  but also advertise schemes to get you to give them money. There is the TCM wine club. “You know a fine wine and a great movie are exactly the same.” 

No they're not. Then there's the fan club, TCM Backlot. “You get to share time with other classic movie lovers and do some really creative things... one of my favorites is getting to vote on where the next event will be held”. These people are as clueless as  CarShield customers.

 You may have noticed I’ve taken a six-week sabbatical from writing in this space, sort of a long commercial break. I stopped because what I saw on TV troubled me so and covid-19 has me trapped here with the telly. I was too depressed to read or write, too saddened by the daily waves of mostly preventable death; long lines of hungry people without jobs, many of them in nice cars, waiting hours for a free handout of food; a sizable anti-democracy movement that I never expected to see in my country, led by an ignorant would-be dictator.

 I'm happy to report that I'm now watching only Lifetime Movie Channel Christmas movies where the ending is always happy and love never fails. I'm feeling much better, returning I think to my old acerbic self.

Ellis "Da" Millsaps is a recovering Attorney but has worn many hats over the years: father, bus boy, stand-up comedian, novelist, wiffle ball player, rock'n'roll band manager, and at one time wrote a popular and funny column for The Covington News. A Fannin Co. mountain boy originally, Mr. Millsaps now stays at the mill village of Porterdale by way of 20 years in Mansfield. Usually funny and at times irreverent and subversive, he leans left in his political philosophy but can always be counted on for a pretty darn good write-up. The Chronicles are proud to have him involved...


16 December 2020

It's Coming! TPC's Annual Airing of Grievances

 In one week, to be exact. Wednesday December 23rd. 

TPC's Festivus Airing of Grievances, 2020 Edition! 

You know it's gonna be lit! 

- MBM 

14 December 2020

Perrin Lovett: The Spiteful Dwarf of Reaction: How History Repeats

 Like many or most commentators anywhere politically to the right of Leon Trotsky, I’ve had my recent censorship issues at YouTube. Beyond the tech giant calling it “inappropriate content,” I have no idea why they banned my Prepper Post News episode of November 18, 2020, and imposed a seven-day moratorium on new material from Freedom Prepper. I do know, as does the world, that they now, as of December 9th, will not tolerate any discussion of the 2020 US Presidential Election beyond the narrow confines of the “official” narrative as provided by the DNC and the AP. Seriously, read their statement.

Our Community Guidelines prohibit spam, scams, or other manipulated media, coordinated influence operations, and any content that seeks to incite violence. Since September, we've terminated over 8000 channels and thousands of harmful and misleading elections-related videos for violating our existing policies. Over 77% of those removed videos were taken down before they had 100 views. 

We also work to make sure that the line between what is removed and what is allowed is drawn in the right place. Our policies prohibit misleading viewers about where and how to vote. We also disallow content alleging widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome of a historical U.S. Presidential election. However in some cases, that has meant allowing controversial views on the outcome or process of counting votes of a current election as election officials have worked to finalize counts. 

Yesterday was the safe harbor deadline for the U.S. Presidential election and enough states have certified their election results to determine a President-elect. Given that, we will start removing any piece of content uploaded today (or anytime after) that misleads people by alleging that widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome of the 2020 U.S. Presidential election, in line with our approach towards historical U.S. Presidential elections. For example, we will remove videos claiming that a Presidential candidate won the election due to widespread software glitches or counting errors. We will begin enforcing this policy today, and will ramp up in the weeks to come. As always, news coverage and commentary on these issues can remain on our site if there’s sufficient education, documentary, scientific or artistic context.

Nevermind those pending court cases, loaded with mountains of evidence of massive fraud, sufficient to swing the election - the telescreen says the good man won and that is the end of it. No discussion. No dissent and no evidence is allowed. The matter is final. Welcome the great good of the glorious revolution, peasants.

YouTube has been heading hard-left totalitarian for some time now. Read this Guardian article from 2019, an elongated interview with CEO Susan Wojcicki. As indicated by their 12/9/20 policy statement and this interview, they are proud of their thought controls. One assumes Wojcicki is; this theme, as applied particularly to elections, appears to run in her family history.

Wojcicki is of Polish Jewish descent, a fact important enough for Wikipedia to note. She is a champion of “refugees” and the daughter of “refugees.” Her lineage makes her company’s recent statement of election fraud so much more interesting.

In 1947, communists swept to power in Poland, exclusively utilizing a methodology that some might dare to refer to as “fraudulent,” with associated “glitches” and “counting errors,” etc. Again, from Wikipedia, a trusted and unbiased source of all truth:

Opposition candidates and activists were persecuted until election day; only the [Communist] PPR and its allies were allowed to campaign unhindered. The publicized results were falsified,[4] with the official results known to selected government officials long before the actual elections took place and any votes were counted.[16]

The real results were not known to anyone. In areas where the government had sufficient control, some of the ballot boxes were simply destroyed without being counted,[13] or exchanged with boxes filled with prepared votes.[14] Where possible, government officials simply filled in the numbers in the relevant documents as per instructions from Soviet and PPR officials without bothering to count the real votes.[14]

Does any of that sound familiar? Well, no, not according to the AP and YouTube.

One of the national populist parties railroaded aside by the communists was the Polish People’s Party. One of that party’s officials was one Franciszek Wojcicki, one of the opposition leaders regularly persecuted by the communists, maligned with the popular slur, brudny karzeł reakcji, or dirty, spiteful dwarf of reaction (against communism). Franciszek’s relatives fled the tyranny, eventually settling in the United States. His granddaughter, one of them, is the current CEO of YouTube.

Isn’t it interesting how patterns of fraud and control permeate and repeat across different countries in different centuries? I imagine that if Dominion machines had been available in the Forties, the communists would have used them. And, had there been a YouTube back then, they would have banned any and all allegations of reality. 

This happens, again and again, even though these people know and understand history, and even though some of them have a direct familial connection to the atrocities of the past. One of the themes I have seized on and continue to repeat is that no sane nation should ever allow the entry or settlement of incompatible “refugees.” Why? Because, no matter who they are, or where they’re from, or what terror they flee, they will always, always, always, seek to recreate in their new nations of occupation, the exact same conditions that caused them to leave their old nations. 

If in the United States of 2020-21, Donald Trump and his few allies do not attack and repel the fraud and the coup of November, then the US is essentially over, just as the American nation, long watered down by the Wojcicki’s of the world, is already over. Even if he does and is successful, then all that is bought is a likely four-year reprieve from the almost certainly inevitable. In the end, we may all be doomed to slandered existences as dirty, spiteful dwarves of reaction - and that condition will be relentlessly censored, and worse. These points will be more than worth considering when the next set of nations are formed and defended from the remains of America. Knowledge is power. That is why they hate it.

- Perrin Lovett is the CF Floyd Feature Writer of Affairs National at TPC & is also the Editor of Freedom Prepper.

08 December 2020

MB, Your Man on the Scene: Signs (Another One Bites The Dust), Scents & Suffering Succotash!

 Well friends, my prediction was pretty much right on the money. Another road sign on Hwy 278 has met its demise. We all knew it was coming; we knew it was just a matter of time. 

I still can't help to wonder if possible GDOT design flaws are playing a role in all of this? 

Time for the 8th or 9th try



General Mills

They've been here for a while, haven't they? By all accounts, a good company that treats their folks pretty right.

And, when the air is just right, you can smell those delicious Cinnamon Toast Crunches, Cheerios & maybe some of those other cereals they make over there. 

It's real nice... 


We're inching ever closer & closer to December 23rd, the date in which Yours Truly releases his annual Airing of Grievances in this space. A multi-year tradition that many have expressed their utmost appreciation & enjoyment of, it truly is my pleasure. And folks, trust me, this year's gonna be epic. 

Here's a bit of a sneak-peek. 

Let's talk Fleeta -- Fleeta Smith Baggett, that is. 

I've had at least a couple of folks apologize to me for having supported her candidacy a year ago. One of them (and one of the network chiefs, mind you) actually said something to the effect of -- "I still can't figure out what happened? I always hated her, but somehow her [siren call*] made me lose all good sense..."

Yep, that can happen sometimes. Naturally, it's all Fleeta's fault.  

Personally, at this point, I don't see her making it through a full term. What, with the way she's been acting lately & how she's been lashing out on FB? I just don't see it happening. I mean, God Bless her & all, and some of us are really pulling for her, but...I just don't know. 

As always, thx for reading. Until next time, 

- MBM 

*Ed. artistic license 

06 December 2020

Kayla's Corner: Christmas Edition!

 Hi Everyone and welcome back to Kayla's Corner! This week's digital column is Christmas packed and full of holiday cheer! Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving as I'm sure we all have something to be thankful for.

Before we get started with our holiday festivities, I'd like to congratulate Covington's Osake for getting a 98 on their health score! A really great place to stop by for Sushi and Hibachi in beautiful C-town! Way to go guys!

Ok y'all, let's light it up! Starting off, Covington's Chimney Park is now lit up with lights thanks to all of their Volunteers hard work and excellent effort  . This park is located at 8201 Hazel Brand Rd. (Behind the Covington Health Dept.) The park will stay lit till the end of December so make sure to check it out while you have time! Also donations are encouraged in helping make this magical Wonderland a possibility for our community! Thanks to everyone that has already donated and if you'd like to  donate please make sure to message chimney Park Facebook page to find out how!

Would you like to see Santa? How about listen to some music or take a fun hayride? Well if you would like to do any of those, you've got to come out to the Mansfield Christmas celebration happening on the Mansfield Square! December 12th 2020 from 4 to 7 p.m. get a chance to meet some of the locals, enjoy some sweets, and bring an ornament to put on the tree. Come check out the little Town's newly remodeled Square and enjoy the festivities.

Everyone get excited for this one! Ice days has made its way to Covington's Legion Field and has set up a magnificent temporary ice skating rink for everyone to come enjoy this holiday season. The City of Covington has also provided beautiful Christmas lights along the Newton County trails leading the way to the ice skating rink  that you must see! Make sure to be safe and practice social distancing this holiday and spread good cheer y'all! Thank you for reading and Merry Christmas 🎄

Associate Editor  of & Creative Writer for The Piedmont Chronicles, Ms. Leasure is originally a Walton Co. gal who studied marketing & advertising & loves the beach, the woods & her dogs while keeping herself busy with multiple projects & endeavors. She has her finger on the pulse of the home county like no other & is always "keeping an eye on Covington." A beautiful lady, inside & out, it is The Chronicles' true privilege to have her talents as part of our team. 

01 December 2020

Perrin Lovett: Enter the Kraken

 If a mythological analogy must be drawn from Syndey Powell’s election lawsuit in Georgia (and Michigan), then it is not the Kraken. It is a thunderbolt from Olympus. It’s not a bombshell. It’s not a hydrogen bomb. It’s a gamma-ray burst, potentially capable of searing the political planet out of its current existence.

This Complaint, which initiated Pearson, et al v. Kemp, et al (Nov. 2020) in the Northern District of Georgia, might be the most devastating legal pleading I have ever seen. The CIA deep state AP, in repeating the false call of a Biden win, has - along with the controlled or demoralized “conservative” establishment - repeatedly and haughtily declared that all claims of election rigging were baseless. Did they want evidence? Well, here it is. 

The filing, backed by copious evidentiary exhibits, many of which I’ve read and which a reader can easily find, is more than a civil petition. It is more than a criminal indictment. If half of the supported and real allegations are true, then it is a potential call for measured military reprisal.

Addressing the first dismissive remark from the enemy that the filing was hasty and riddled with spelling and grammatical problems: shut the hell up, retards. Such issues, routine and easily corrected, were a good sign of authenticity. Law firms have litigation templates, one suited for each type of action filed in each court. The fact that “District” was misspelled in a header indicates that the entire document was a custom job, drafted specifically for its purpose - a Lamborghini, not a Buick. Besides, it’s the substance that matters.

A second idiotic response was that the first filing when made public, lacked supporting documentation. The fact that all exhibits were repeatedly referenced indicated that they were on file with the Court. Again, be silent, morons.

A short review of the substance:

The plaintiffs are all Georgia Republican Electors. The first plaintiff is C.J. Pearson, an 18-year-old black conservative wunderkind from Augusta. He alleges that he was disenfranchised and is due relief under 42 USC § 1983. Thus, in keeping with the rhetoric the left has taught us the past few years: Joe Biden, or agents working on his behalf, conspired and acted to rob an African-American teenage student and child, from a formerly-segregated southern city, of his vote, in violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act (and other laws, state and federal, to include the Fourteenth Amendment). Your author disavows and condemns this racism and white supremacy, and I call on Biden and the CIA deep state AP to do the same. And, yes, “agents working on his behalf” may include officials from both parts of the uni-party along with independent, foreign malfeasors. This is beyond rich.

Not long ago, I warned the Freedom Prepper audience, and through or with them the GOP of Georgia, to never dismiss the opposition out of hand, specifically Stacey Abrams. In hilarious fashion, she is a hero of the pleading, demonstrating intelligence and foresight superior to Brian Kemp. She’s possibly more honest to boot.

For instance, Abrams knew and is on the record advising (Kemp) that Dominion’s software was beyond unreliable and that Georgia was unwise in adopting it. The election officials in other states also knew as much (ie, Texas). Overall, the reservations about DVS go well beyond suspicion. Various people either associated with designing the system or who have studied it conclude that it was essentially designed not for vote recording, but for vote manipulation - it was built to be “hacked.” How easy is it to access an (off-line) machine? “...7 minutes alone with it and a screwdriver” easy. How much time did they have in Fulton County after the fake water leak?

And, how long has the wider-world been aware of the digital dangers? Well, since at least July 2006, the State Department was concerned about and closely monitoring the Smartmatic situation in Venezuela. And, yes, that’s the same Venezuela that the AP claims has no relationship with the program. 

There may have been monitoring of the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office and associated voter rolls and computer systems during the 2016 election. This made little sense at the time and maybe it is unrelated, but the suggestion was that a rogue DHS agent hacked in for some reason. Might someone have been probing in advance, searching for a weakness in both systemic capacity and human competence? Both were obviously found in abundance as the 2020 matter was riddled, before and during the actual election, with illegality upon stupidity upon perceived and demonstrable nefariousness.

Be the answer to that last question as it may, it appears that many eyes were ready and observing this election, call them what they call themselves, “white hat” intelligence. I suspect that much of the massive trove of evidence was assembled before November 3, 2020. At the least, multiple parties were recording data transmissions and linked networks in real-time, Nov. 3-4, and then rapidly compiled a report on the same. This operation may well have been the culmination of John Durham’s work. Much of the exhibited information appears to have come from either military or civilian intel operations.* As such, it was classified information. How did Powell come by it? My theory is that it was delivered to her by a knowing, aware Trump after the election. The President may, by his lawful authority, declassify any material for any reason and to any person he chooses. My theory is that he gave it to her and then “fired” her from his legal team. Thus, as a free agent of justice, she operated without fear of any false alleged connections with the White House and without being subject to any encumbering roadblocks. Again, kindly note that she is representing the Georgia GOP Electors, not Team Trump.

*Yes, your author is aware of various developing rumors of a literal battle between different factions of the US government in this matter and the ramifications for a civil war scenario, in progress or pending.

And, dear Lord, does she have the substantiation the AP says doesn’t exist. The fraud in Georgia alone was massive, spanning electronic and paper ballots (real and fake) in multiple counties. She has eye-witness testimony. There are video recordings. This is so real that Rush Limbaugh and Tucker Carlson might even see it. A judge certainly will.

Browsing through, one of the things that jumped out at me and a few other readers, was Paragraph Fourteen, Page Seven:


As explained and demonstrated in the accompanying redacted declaration of a former electronic intelligence analyst under 305th Military Intelligence with experience gathering SAM missile system electronic intelligence, the Dominion software was accessed by agents acting on behalf of China and Iran in order to monitor and manipulate elections, including the most recent US general election in 2020. This Declaration further includes a copy of the patent records for Dominion Systems in which Eric Coomer is listed as the first of the inventors of Dominion Voting Systems. (See Attached hereto as Exh. 8, copy of redacted witness affidavit, 17 pages, November 23, 2020).

What? Here’s the Exhibit, as filed. This is unusual as to its inclusion in a civil case and as to its level of sophisticated analysis. As an aside, a witness affidavit confirms that Eric Coomer recently reassured Antifa (the ideology) of Denver that because of reasons, Trump could not win: “We fixed it.” By way of the NSA, CIA, MI6, Army Intel, and/or other investigators, the fix was in for Dominion before or during their interference. The scope reaches at least Venezuela, Serbia, Iran, and China, in addition to multiple domestic parties. Overconfident, as are many criminals, the masterminds behind this fraud failed to cover their tracks or to fully understand how the internet and electronic communication works. Everything - EVERYTHING - was intercepted, deciphered, and recorded, including the relatively easy to follow chain of development and operation. See, here, one graphic example of many:

*One knowing rudimentary URL manipulation may use this linked-exhibit as a starting point for reading the rest.