About the child slave colony that NASA’s running on Mars…. (More)

“Every time probes go over they turn them off”

By now you’ve surely heard that NASA is operating a child slave colony on Mars:

On Thursday’s program, the InfoWars host welcomed guest Robert David Steele onto The Alex Jones Show, which airs on 118 radio stations nationwide, to talk about kidnapped children he said have been sent on a two-decade mission to space.

“We actually believe that there is a colony on Mars that is populated by children who were kidnapped and sent into space on a 20-year ride,” said Steele. “So that once they get to Mars they have no alternative but to be slaves on the Mars colony.”

Jones echoed Steele, saying “clearly they don’t want us looking into what is happening” because “every time probes go over they turn them off.”

“Look, I know that 90 percent of the NASA missions are secret and I’ve been told by high level NASA engineers that you have no idea. There is so much stuff going on,” Jones said.

It’s probably true that 90% of NASA missions are secret, or at least not publicized until the launch happens. NASA launches intelligence satellites, and the details of those satellites’ capabilities are classified. NASA also funds lots of research that may be kept under wraps unless and until it pans out.

Couple that with the First Rule of Conspiracy Paranoia – Anything you’re not allowed to see is part of an Evil Plot – and you get this kind of rubbish:

On Thursday’s Infowars broadcast, Steele alleged the kidnapped children were not only being kidnapped for space labor, but also murdered for their blood and bone marrow.

“Pedophilia does not stop with sodomizing children,” said Steele. “It goes straight into terrorizing them to adrenalize their blood and then murdering them. It also includes murdering them so that they can have their bone marrow harvested as well as body parts.”

“This is the original growth hormone,” said Jones.

How, exactly, do the bone marrow and other parts get transported back to Earth without being spotted by the roughly eleventy gazillion professional and amateur astronomers eyeing the skies through telescopes? Umm, cloaking devices, I guess.

“There’s only one stupid rumor on the Internet? Now that’s news.”

Of course NASA denies this:

“There are no humans on Mars. There are active rovers on Mars. There was a rumor going around last week that there weren’t. There are,” Guy Webster, a spokesperson for Mars exploration at NASA, told The Daily Beast. “But there are no humans.”
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When NASA’s Webster was asked about the veracity of the one rumor by The Daily Beast on Thursday, he responded, “there’s only one stupid rumor on the Internet? Now that’s news.”

Which is exactly what you’d expect a guy (named Guy) who works for NASA to say.

Okay then, how did the BPI Grafix Department get a photo of the NASA child space colony? You can tell it’s a child space colony coz it was built with LEGOs. That’s exactly what NASA would use to make those child slaves think it’s all just a fun game … until they start with the terrorizing and the murdering and harvesting their bone marrow and body parts and shipping them back to Earth in those cloaking-device-shielded pods.

If we found that photo, then NASA’s evil child slave colony on Mars must be real, right?

Well, actually, the Grafix Department got that photo by Googling {Mars colony}, noticing there was a LEGO tab at the top, clicking on that tab, seeing the photo, thinking “Gee that’ll work,” downloading the photo, and using GIMP to change the gray background to kinda-sorta-looks-like-Martian-dirt background.

The point is, it’s fake. In fact, those aren’t even real LEGOs. It’s a 3D art proposal of a Mars Colony model, submitted to the LEGO Ideas folks. But only 119 other people were interested, and I guess it takes 1000 interests for the LEGO folks to formally consider turning it into a product. So they turned the proposal down, and that’s why you can’t find the LEGO Mars Colony model in your local toy store.

Or maybe you can’t find it because NASA canceled it….

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“I have no intention of honoring this request”

Meanwhile, the God-King is running a right-out-in-the-open conspiracy to suppress voting:

The chair of President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission has penned a letter to all 50 states requesting their full voter-roll data, including the name, address, date of birth, party affiliation, last four Social Security number digits and voting history back to 2006 of potentially every voter in the state.

In the letter, a copy of which was made public by the Connecticut secretary of state, the commission head Kris Kobach said that “any documents that are submitted to the full Commission will also be made available to the public.”

Okay, here’s the deal. Your state’s voter registry probably has most of that information about you, and party-affiliated vendors already buy most of it for databases like VoteBuilder. When she was vice chair of her county Democratic Party, the mail room clerk used VoteBuilder to create contact lists, and the data did include the name, address, ages, party affiliation, and voting history. In Florida, the voting information for each election included whether the person requested and returned a by-mail ballot, and whether they voted early or on election day. It also included gender, as well as race (if known). It did not include any part of a voter’s Social Security number.

But it’s not as if just anyone could get into the VoteBuilder database. It’s a secure system and you need to be approved by a state or local party official, or a candidate who has bought VoteBuilder access. Oh, and they cancel stale passwords regularly, so if you don’t login and change your password often enough … you’re locked out and have to be approved again.

So yes, voter registry data is public information, but not all of it is available to just anyone. But the God-King’s crew would make it available to everyone … which is a great way to let voter intimidation groups get it without anyone actually taking responsibility for giving them the information.

More’s the point, it’s easy to skew that information to create suspicion, as Election Law’s Rick Hasen notes:

It is quite easy to imagine someone in the Executive Office of the President – who is apparently doing the data analysis, rather than relying upon folks who have experience working with voter rolls and who are not working for a declared candidate for presidential reelection – messing with this data and showing what we already know: there’s a lot of bloat on the rolls, dead voters not removed etc—and then using this as a pretext to make it harder to register and vote. Seems like this whole exercises of the sham voter fraud commission is designed to provide a pretext for Congress to amend the National Voter Registration Act to make it harder to register to vote (including by allowing states to require documentary proof of citizenship when registering in federal elections). No one should trust the likely shoddy data analysis of this commission headed by people with a track record for not being accurate about the prevalence of voter fraud, working for a President who has made wildly unsupported allegations of voter fraud.

As the mail room clerk discovered in phone-banking, people don’t always notify their local registrar when they move, or when a relative dies. So some people do end up registered in two or more counties or states, and some names do stay on the rolls after the person has died. But proven cases of people voting in two or more counties or states, or casting ballots for dead people, are ridiculously rare.

Not surprisingly, many state elected officials plan to ignore the God-King’s demand:

States began reacting to the letter on Thursday afternoon. “I have no intention of honoring this request,” said Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia in a statement. “Virginia conducts fair, honest, and democratic elections, and there is no evidence of significant voter fraud in Virginia.”

Connecticut’s Secretary of State, Denise Merrill, said she would “share publicly-available information with the Kobach Commission while ensuring that the privacy of voters is honored by withholding protected data.” She added, however, that Kobach “has a lengthy record of illegally disenfranchising eligible voters in Kansas” and that “given Secretary Kobach’s history we find it very difficult to have confidence in the work of this Commission.”

But hey, let’s worry about child slaves on Mars….

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Photo Credit: GrahamT001 (Lego Ideas); background pattern added by Crissie Brown (BPICampus.com)

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Good day and good nuts