Blog - Nate Covington

Tuesday, 12 April 2022 15:41

The Vaccine Death Report

Evidence of millions of deaths and serious adverse events resulting from the experimental COVID-19 injections

BY DAVID JOHN SORENSEN & DR. VLADIMIR ZELENKO MD VERSION 1.0 SEPTEMBER 2021

Attached are two diagrams for helping to resolve a soggy yard, or wet basement issue.  It simply involves sloping the yard so that the surface water runs away from the house.  

Wednesday, 23 March 2022 13:49

CRM Solutions for Political Candidates

When it comes to running your political campaign, it’s important to maintain control over your data. Realize that a conflict of interests between a political candidate and their party when it comes to data and CRM solutions. The candidate and the party share a common ‘target market’ - voters in your respective area.

  • Benefits of sustainable local food systems
  • Full-scale symbiotic farm systems
  • Economic benefits
  • Environmental benefits
  • Health benefits
  • Cultural and educational benefits
Monday, 14 March 2022 11:21

Ukraine on Fire

This video was removed by YouTube, meaning you should probably watch it twice:

I’ve heard from other 2nd Class Township Auditors about their involvement in the auditing process when a CPA firm does the audit. Here are some of my findings.

The CPA firm typically does their township over the summer. When the audit is complete the auditors receive an PDF copy via email from the township, and they are invited to attend the meetings between the CPA firm and the supervisors to go over the audit.

Tuesday, 04 January 2022 23:00

Township Supervisor Conflict of Interests

It’s a politically exciting time in Barrett nowadays, as our voters recently elected 3 new supervisors. One of the new supervisors is also the township treasurer, secretary, webmaster, right to know officer...

This video talks about the relative size between Bitcoin and Visa, and the implications for a growing blockchain.

Warning: This video is not for the faint of heart. 
Of course, that's why you're here.

Thursday, 09 September 2021 16:34

Township Management & Hiring Practices

I recently filed a Right to Know request about our township's job openings, asking for a copy of any help wanted, job opening, or career opportunity posting that the township put together in the last 5 years.  In 2019 Barrett Township reported almost $400,000 in payroll expenses so it would make sense that they regularly post ads and hold interviews, right?

Wrong.

The RTK response came back indicating the "records do not exist."

In other words, the Township has filled all of its employment needs by hiring people from within its own network, rather than advertising the openings and interviewing the best candidates for the positions.  

This started out as a simple request for a 5 year budget comparison. When the township treasurer was unable to provide the requested financial report, I requested the Quickbooks data file, so I could create the report myself. The response wobbled: first the RTK request response said that Quickbooks data is unavailable. Then I asked more questions and it turns out that they do have that Quickbooks file, now they are saying they can't share it because it has confidential information.

Which is it?

Here is the promised voter registration rolls with analysis on FIVE COUNTIES holding an estimated 92,000 extra Biden votes (AKA, enough to flip the state!)

  • ERIE
  • LUZERNE
  • FRANKLIN
  • MONTGOMERY
  • YORK

This is only useful if you guys do something locally with it, demand action, and pressure the living hell out of the PA RINO coalition to have these explained.  Every word in this document is understandable and we have the rolls for when they ask.

(see attachment below)

  • “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.”

    - Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812), founder of the House of Rothschild.

More Inspirational Quotes

precision beats power