Judge Anna von Reitz
There are, give or take, around 8.5 million people in New York City, right?
53 million people worldwide read my postings each week.
That’s roughly six times the population of New York City.
And unlike the captive audience of the New York Times (which is owned by foreign and distinctly unsavory interests), these people actually make the effort to seek out the information and pass it on to family, neighbors, and friends.
I once heard Rudy Giuliani give a speech and afterward, some guy from the audience was teasing him, and Rudy shot back something like, “Seven million people (the NYC population back then) can’t be wrong!”
So, 53 million people are even less likely to be wrong.
If you want insight into what is really going on in the world—use The New York Times to line your bird cages and hamster hutches. Start thinking for yourselves again.
It will be tough at first, but after a while, you will start feeling really good about it.
Now here’s the first Practice Question addressed to 8.5 million New Yorkers:
Can anyone in NYC tell me what tax evasion by a former campaign manager has to do with Donald Trump or Russia?
We will try to get the East Coast logic circuits fired up to full power again, and then work the Hard Cases in California.