Daily Bread for 12.12.21: Following Wisconsin’s Shambolic Elections Inquiry

Good morning.

Sunday in Whitewater will be partly sunny and windy, with a high of 42.  Sunrise is 7:17 AM and sunset 4:21 PM for 9h 04m 06s of daytime.  The moon is a waxing gibbous with 65.2% of its visible disk illuminated.

 On this day in 1941, Adolf Hitler declares the imminent extermination of the Jews at a meeting in the Reich Chancellery. Goebbels made the following entry in his diary for 12 December:

Bezüglich der Judenfrage ist der Führer entschlossen, reinen Tisch zu machen. Er hat den Juden prophezeit, daß, wenn sie noch einmal einen Weltkrieg herbeiführen würden, sie dabei ihre Vernichtung erleben würden. Das ist keine Phrase gewesen. Der Weltkrieg ist da, die Vernichtung des Judentums muß die notwendige Folge sein.

Regarding the Jewish question, the Führer has decided to make a clean sweep. He prophesied to the Jews that, if they yet again brought about a world war, they would experience their own annihilation. That was not just a phrase. The world war is here, the annihilation of the Jews must be the necessary consequence

Hilter, himself, brought about the world war, and so in Goebbels’s diary one reads a lie of causation followed by a plan of genocide.

UW-Madison political science professor and Elections Research Center director Barry Burden discusses the status and findings of probes into how the 2020 presidential vote was conducted in Wisconsin:

It is a bit of a three ring circus. We are more than a year from the presidential election and still there are probes, investigations and audits underway in one form or another. All of them seem to be essentially open-ended with no clear goals, unclear who was involved, what deadlines are set for producing some kind of report or conclusion. So my fear is that they are unfortunately doing the opposite of what the proponents say they are doing. Instead of building confidence in the election system, they are continuing to raise suspicions, make allegations and leave questions on the table that are likely to lower public trust in elections.

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