ReadViewThink – 11-27-20

ReadViewThink – November 27, 2020 Hope everyone had a blessed Thanksgiving. We celebrated with family last Sunday, since only time most family members could gather. I baked ham, turkey and brisket, and made a sweet potato casserole. Froze some of the delicious meat for later meals. Oh, yah! Needless to say, with all the great …

ReadViewThink – 11-20-20

ReadViewThink – November 20, 2020 I’m elated! Prior to, and since the election of November 3, 2020, voting irregularities and downright election fraud is continuously being uncovered. Lawsuits are abundant as voters, poll watchers, organizations, “real” journalists and President Trump’s legal teams reveal the corrupt, criminal and treasonous interference in our country’s election system. The …

ReadViewThink – 11-4-20

ReadViewThink – November 4, 2020 I’m infuriated! I wake this morning expecting great news about President Trump winning the election for another four-year term, only to find out vote counting has been stopped and will continue today for mail-in-ballots. Pretty weird that voting was halted when President Trump was ahead in swing states, such as …

ReadViewThink 10-14-20

READVIEWTHINK – October 14, 2020 For individuals, like me, that have never believed the Benghazi or Seal Team 6 official stories, than you will be interested in some current information provided further below. Nowadays, with censorship the way it is, I can’t guarantee videos or links will remain active for long. But don’t despair, for …

ReadViewThink 9-29-20

ReadViewThink – September 29, 2020 As lame-stream media touts President’s Trump’s tax returns and some people await the laughable Trump/Biden debate scheduled for tonight, election fraud continues in a variety of ways. In my opinion, the United States is a satirical version of a third world country filled with corrupt politicians and side-winder influencers continually …

ReadViewThink – 7-28-20

ReadViewThink – July 28, 2020 Censorship, to me, is a cruel tool to keep people uninformed, uneducated and uninvolved in personal decision-making. Social media platforms have become a vacuum for silencing the non-silent by deleting information or banning accounts apparently deemed non-worthy for public consumption. To me, it seems a surprising amount of information and …

Patricia Spork Update 6-10-20

Patricia Spork Update – June 10, 2020 Everything you read below are my personal opinions (fabricated imaginations/conspiracy theories) about the pandemic, protests and riots in the United States. WARNING: If you’re sensitive and triggered adversely by fabricated imaginings or conspiratorial theoretical negative opinions on these matters, than please stop reading and go elsewhere on the …

ReadViewThink 2-20-20

READVIEWTHINK – FEBRUARY 20, 2020 Happy Belated Valentine’s Day! During the past few weeks, much has happened in my life that has had me forego the blog, but I have stayed abreast of the news. I’ve accumulated several pages of links to articles read and videos viewed. There are way too many links to list …

ReadViewThink 1-29-20

ReadViewThink – January 29, 2020 Everywhere I lived as a child, stateside and overseas, I picked up on accents and slang words of local residents in those areas. And every time I was moved to a different location to call home and attended another school, I was made fun of by other children about how …