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1. The luncheon meeting was held on Wednesday Nov 18, two weeks following the close of voting.
2. Attendance was expected between 12 and 20. Federal American Grill observed 36 people in total that participated, and it resulted in standing room only.
3. Panelist included: Genevieve Carter, Political Consultant and conservative pendant and Kenneth A Zimmern, attorney and constitutional scholar moderated by BIZPAC.us founder Joseph Trahan.
4. It was generally agreed that most business owners and executives attending were not familiar with or had forgotten that the Federal and state election guidelines and its process and procedure we are in various states or that the election laws and certification varied from state to state.
5. Most admitted having anxiety and confusion created by the 6 major networks pushing a narrative and taking upon itself to declare a winner in the face of demonstrable voting impropriety nationally.
6. It was generally agreed and accepted that voter fraud existed at the local individual precinct level with little to no bi-partisan oversight.
7. It was generally agreed that voter registration was highly suspicious, and it is undeniable that certain counties ignore state law allowing impugned election results and forcing the courts to sort out the results and that many times the lower courts are unilaterally Democrat packed with little to no bi-partisan balance.
8. It was generally accepted that Democrats dominated the Harris County voting mechanism.
9. It was generally accepted that Democrats were far better organized locally and that Republicans in Harris County were in disarray still and without a plan, resources, accountability and embarrassing themselves, unable to function in response to demonstrable voter fraud.
10. A hand count in the room showed that approx. 1/3 believed that President Trump would successfully be re-elected after the election processes were followed and played out in the SCOTUS.
11. Although “action” was agreed must be taken in order to organize and mobilize resources to insist upon election integrity, still, not a single person that was present at the round table that was not a member of BIZPAC already has signed up and become a paying member of BIZPAC, therefore, relying on the larger corporate sponsors to fund the work of organizing and insuring election and government integrity.
12. The “outsourcing” of governance mentality is so prevalent at present, that, even in the face of certain knowledge of their liberty and representative democracy in potential collapse around them, only a handful were moved to action.
13. A transition from capitalism to socialism is a transference of control of business means of production and resources from the market and business owners to the government and other uninterested parties and a room full of business owners and executives still were not moved to action.
14. Election delays are nothing new in US history with multiple accounts of delays (more than half a dozen) in the 12 step process from 1) Voter Registration to 12) Inauguration of a President to the Executive Office. Voters didn’t know for 10 months if Thomas Jefferson was elected and ratified as US President, for example. Few present seemed to know that 8 of 45 Presidential election processes had timing delays, approx. 20%.
15. Few attendees realized that the natural election process had a 30+ day window between “end of voting” and completion of vote canvassing, certification, dispute, recount, court ruling(s) and outcome(s) and the electoral college first meeting nor were they familiar with the electoral college rules and procedures.
16. Most were unaware that Congress must ratify and can over-ride the electoral college.
17. Few attendees knew that there is NO “Office of President Elect” and that it was a complete fabrication of the 6 major news networks and social media propaganda machine.
18. Propaganda is legal in the United States within reason and is rarely prosecuted in US history.
19. Few attendees are aware of CIA “Operation Mockingbird” nor seemed to want to engage on the subject even in private conversation; It is a CIA Operation to organize the sources of media and sway public opinion in concert with other CIA Operations.
20. Although many attendees voiced a belief in criminality of the Clinton and Obama administrations, most did not believe they would ever be charged or prosecuted for crimes already admitted in Congressional hearings.
21. Overall, it is observed that a general complacency and psychological “beat down” to a state of “inaction” exists with conservatives and business owners and executives.