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AMERICAN FORECLOSURES … DIVIDED WE FALL

(OP-ED) — The author of this post puts forward this information for the purposes of education and enlightenment and not for the purposes of rendering legal advice. 

THE MORATORIUMS ARE GOING AWAY SOON

If you’re a homeowner who has been affected by the coronavirus to the point of losing a paycheck and not being able to make your mortgage payments, you’ve probably been living off your credit cards during this “lockdown”.  The anticipation that you’re going to start hearing from your mortgage loan servicers (if you haven’t already) is growing to the point of panic and anxiety knowing that you’ve been given a reprieve for so long but that point in time is coming to an end and you’re going to have to face the music.

I for one do not believe that the 2-month lockdown warrants the same type of foreclosure activity that took place between 2009-2014 as a result of the 2008 financial crisis, despite the fact that the nation’s economy has suffered a serious upset by the pandemic.  The difference between what happened in March and what happened in 2008 was that the secondary markets were quietly imploding and didn’t hit us until the actual collapse of Bear-Stearns and Lehman Brothers started a tidal wave of Chapter 11 filings in the subprime lending markets.  We saw this one developing and began to prepare (for some, like me, you saw it coming in February and started accumulating whatever cash and supplies you needed), which included but was not limited to, hoarding toilet paper and hand sanitizer.  The fact the pandemic was hidden from most Americans for better than two weeks only shortened our preparation time.

Many Americans ignored the warnings of the viral component’s ability to spread … hence, Spring Break.  This was only one of the catalysts.  Two separate cruise ships on both coasts (San Francisco and Miami) were already affecting dozens of passengers, one of which I knew from a non-profit organization that she and I were both a part of.  She was dead upon arrival into the Port of Miami.  When it’s someone you know, it hits home rather quickly, sometimes too close to home.  But at least we knew the ships (full of sick and dying) were headed straight at us.  We at least had time to prepare and mobilize our resources.  This isn’t something that was intended to cripple our morality.  The virus seemed intentionally let loose to cripple our economy and thus, our modes of survival.

POLITICS ASIDE?  NOT!

This entire crisis has been manipulated by the medical community, including but not limited to, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the President’s adviser.  Be mindful of the fact that Dr. Fauci (who I equate to Dr. Josef Mengele of Nazi fame) has served previous administrations, both Republican and Democrat (before you start raring up your emotions at little old Libertarian me for daring to question what’s really going on here).

Both the Republican and Democrats have taken advantage of this crisis.  Both sides of the aisle debated and passed legislation to benefit their own constituents.  Both sides of the aisle debated and passed legislation to benefit Wall Street.  Both sides of the aisle debated and passed legislation that gave most of us (but not all) some sort of stipend (dole) as a means of attempting to support those who the government considers “law-abiding taxpayers”.  Both sides of the aisle used the pandemic as a means of either gaining political control or upending the other side’s political control.  Don’t you just hate it when that happens?  And over 100,000 people are dead in America just so both sides can point fingers at each other with accusatory tones.  But also remember, Fauci has told this President (as well as past Presidents) what might happen with the pandemic and what protocols should be followed, whether the protocols (or the informational data used to formulate those protocols) was accurate or not.

Both sides of the aisle have not come up with a remedy (other than a moratorium on government-backed GSE foreclosures) to stop the tsunami of foreclosures that we could have faced if the moratoriums were not extended by the State’s governors to include all mortgage loans, which included evictions.  Now we’re faced with our own set of politics … a national network of mortgage loan servicers, collectively using “the system” to play out unfortunate scenarios against afflicted Americans who still haven’t formulated a PLAN B as to how they intend on dealing with the aftermath of this “planned economic strike” against America.  Everyone of course is pointing a finger at the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and blaming that entity for our troubles when in fact, the troubles were seriously exacerbated by our very own government in the way it doled out the money.  Again, the trickle down effect impressed not one taxpayer to the point that they thought someone did them a serious favor.

In other words, how long did that $1,200 check last each person already financially affected by the loss of employment.  When the moratorium gets lifted, those who are still struggling could become the first casualties of the second foreclosure epidemic.  I don’t consider any of this at all funny.  In fact, it’s disgusting that America has allowed itself to become embroiled in public debate over police brutality vis a vis the media, who hates Trump and wants your country to be turned into a socialistic state. The media has become so left-liberal it’s sickening.  You can’t turn on any channel and get the truth because politics has (and is) playing itself out at every turn of events.

DEFUNDING POLICE DEPARTMENTS?  DOES YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY MATTER?

Both George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks had much in common.  Both were black.  Both were convicted felons.  Both served time in prison.  Both were in the wrong place at the wrong time.  Both allegedly were involved in the commission of a crime (Floyd for passing a counterfeit $20 and Brooks for being intoxicated at the wheel of a running motor vehicle) for which they were placed under arrest.  Both died at the hands of police officers who were white.  Both were exemplified as poster children by the left and the media.  Both gave anarchists impetus to riot and commit destructive acts.

Now that you see the facts, do the cops need sensitivity training or does the public need sensitivity training?  After all, a young, white woman was captured on video burning down the Atlanta Wendy’s restaurant where Brooks was fatally shot during the riots that followed.  While it is relatively easy for white people to all of a sudden think a black person set fire to the restaurant, the video shows otherwise.  The video shows that there are people with no morals living among us that are out to prove a point … that anarchy is acceptable as a means of protest … even if it involves arson, which is a felony.  The other part of the problem, which my wife was quick to point out over coffee this morning, was that folks stood by videoing the act with their cameras so they could post it on social media because everyone is into sensationalism now.  So, does committing a crime for the purposes of sensationalism make it okay?  Why didn’t the people doing the video taping with their cameras stop the woman from burning down the Wendy’s?   Where did our morals go?   And the left want to defund police departments over the acts of bad actors?  I think not.

The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights provide for the general welfare and safety of ALL Americans, not just the Black Lives Matter folks.  The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution grants ALL of us a certain number of freedoms (self-expression and the right to assemble peaceably).  However, your liberty and freedoms ends where another person’s liberty and freedom begins.  When you violate the Constitution by committing a crime outside of the boundaries of what the Amendments are designed to protect, then the system has measures in place to deal with the offender.  The system did not afford those protections to Floyd and Brooks because of the actions of a few white officers.  Whether they will be granted immunity is anyone’s guess.  According to a friend of mine in Texas (who is a police officer), there are some who you cannot give a gun and a badge to because they’re more dangerous than those they were sworn to protect.

Many police departments are not funded well enough.  As my co-host on City Spotlight – Special Edition (on kdwradio.com), R. J. Malloy stated, “This isn’t Andy of Mayberry.”  There isn’t an issue over the fact Deputy Barney Fife only had one bullet in his gun, other than for his own well-being in not shooting himself in the foot. The issue is what protection Sheriff Andy or Barney Fife could (or would) do in the event the citizens of Mayberry’s personal protections were in jeopardy.  What police departments don’t need is tanks and military style Humvees.  What police departments do need is officers who are equipped with the means to protect and serve those citizens they were hired to protect and serve.  Anything short of that would represent a disservice to their respective communities, sensitivity training or not.

And here I thought the parental saying (from way back when) of, “Two wrongs don’t make a right” still applied to today’s community standards.  When the police can’t respond, or refuse to respond (as what is happening in Atlanta right now), sometimes referred to as the “Blue Flu” (officers calling in sick as a means of protest), then the level of personal protections afforded under the Constitution are eroded.  This gives way to those without moral scruples to commit further acts of violence.  I sometimes believe these people do these heinous things because they have a bone to pick with authority.  I think it would be best that police would be stripped of their qualified immunity from prosecution if they went “past the point of no return” once the person arrested was restrained or incapacitated, armed or not.  In Brooks’ case, the cop was videotaped kicking Brooks after putting two slugs in his back and was quoted as saying, “I got him!”   What’s that’s supposed to mean coming from a white cop with a bald head (skinhead)?

Despite the fact we can all agree that prejudice has no place in a decent, moral society, it still exists and is being driven deeper and deeper into the hearts and minds of those who feel they are being oppressed.  That includes those who feel that they’re being deprived of their Constitutional guarantees to safety and security.  Police officers should be held to a higher standard, especially when it comes to those they swore an oath to protect and serve, despite the color of their skin.  The bigger problem here is that with society melding into multiculturalism, it will soon devolve.  I predict there will be another spate of White Flight as American society continues to devolve.

UPHOLDING RIGHTS INCLUDES THOSE FACING FORECLOSURE

When it comes to foreclosure, we all have to have a game plan.  In 2008, when the financial markets collapsed under the weight of the failing securities debacle, it set the stage for multiple infractions against homeowners.  The biggest divisive scheme was the creation of notes out of thin air (the notes that had been shredded after they were uploaded as originals into the MERS System®).  It is common knowledge, as well as arguendo amongst those in the mortgage world, that the notes, along with their accompanying mortgages and deeds of trust, were shredded because paper proof of a contract was replaced by an electronic system of record keeping.  Many believe the originals were archived, yet there is no finite evidentiary proof of that.  What shows up in courts across the country in foreclosure cases I’ve reviewed are “copies” of original mortgages and deeds of trust that were pulled down off of the MERS System®, as well as the notes that the mortgage loan servicers now claim to be “originals”.

What we are seeing (and I talking about the collective group of investigative analysts looking into this documentation) is copies of notes being manufactured from copies pulled from the MERS System® and doctored up to look like originals.  The banks and their servicers and document manufacturing plants have gotten very good at reproducing notes to look like originals.  This is why certain individuals, knowing their notes might be shredded, filled in the “o’s” with ink on their promissory nOtes. Anyone reproducing a copy of a note trying to make it look like an original would have missed the filling in of the “O” in “nOte” which would be a dead giveaway of document manufacturing.  However, 99.9% of borrowers did NOT do that at the closing table.  The gullible are always the first to fall.  The gullible wanted the keys to the house, no matter what eventual price they would pay later.  The gullible constituted some 97-98% of  those who vacated their homes as soon as they were served with foreclosure documents because they had no Plan B and were never prepared to have to deal with foreclosure.

I was just speaking with an investor this morning who told me that the average homeowner or attorney could keep a foreclosure at bay for at least two years and keep either the homeowner in the home or rental income flowing for two more years.  So how’s that possible?  I discussed that in my video post on the Clouded Titles YouTube Channel.

In the physical realm, you have certain rights to life, liberty and property.  When you enter into a contract with a mortgage lender, you give up some of those rights in exchange for having a lien placed against your property by and through a security instrument, which is either in the form of a mortgage or deed of trust (Security Deed in Georgia; Installment Contract in Montana).  Most people do not realize that the balance of those rights allow you to examine and litigate certain inequities that may exist as the result of the foreclosure; however, most Americans are just too quick to give up and run away, rather than stand and fight. This is what happened after the 2008 financial collapse.  In today’s times however, abandoning your property puts you at higher risk because of the potential of coming into contact with the dreaded “virus” and succumbing to it.  If I told you that you could stay in your home for two more years just by taking a stand against the mortgage loan servicer, wouldn’t you be the least bit interested?

This is why I’m doing an online Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop at the end of July.  It may be my last “due diligence” effort at attempting to help those afflicted by foreclosure.  I have made numerous attempts in the past to consult with attorneys behind the scenes and at trial, some successfully; however, the number of folks who wish to take what I have to say seriously aren’t listening.  So, you might ask yourself … why is Krieger even bothering to help these people save themselves from financial ruin?

I take the attitude that “might does not necessarily make right” … and just because you’re a well-funded mortgage loan servicer, that does not take away the homeowner’s right to protest against the foreclosure, both in and out of court.  I’m going to use this opportunity to bring attorneys into the mix to discuss Rules of Evidence and Rules of Civil Procedure.  These two areas are where homeowners are easily defeated.  It is in these two areas that homeowners can stay in their homes for 2 years or longer.

Your rights to litigate are not restricted by the contract you signed at the closing table.  You have every right to initiate a suit and defend a suit (depending on which state you live in and depending on which process you’re engaging in … judicial or non-judicial).  By taking simple, inexpensive steps, you can create a Plan B for yourselves by taking the initiative to respond or act.  It is your decision to learn the tactics or not learn the tactics.  My suggestions in this online workshop are based on research, but I’m going to let a couple of legal professionals share some of these strategies with you in the 4-hour block we’re devoting to educating you on foreclosure defense.  We will be recording this session for purchase and playback on the Clouded Titles website; however, the difference between attending the online live event and downloading a recorded event is that you don’t get to ask questions and get answers right away.  You have every opportunity to fight back and the financial risk to you attending this event online is low compared to the information you are given.  I told you in my blog post about the two-year window that attorneys can carve out for you so you can make alternative plans. As part of the webinar, I’m going to share written details with you in PDF format that will help guide you through your educational “learning curve” about how attorneys can drag a foreclosure case on for more than two years!

Again, you are known by the paths you take and the choices you make whether a homeowner or an investor.  Stay tuned for more posts on this.

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INTENDED USE OF PSYOPS ON AMERICA

(OP-ED) –The author of this post continues to do research into the “corona-crisis” and its resulting effects on the American population, including but not limited to, foreclosures and the next round of the nation’s massive land grab by the mortgage loan servicing industry.  Rather than concluding that any of this is legal advice, do your own research and validate “the truth” for yourselves. The next round of foreclosures is coming soon, so ’tis time to stop “drinking the Kool-Aid” and start thinking for yourselves. This article focuses on the intended use of “fear factor” psychological operations-type “conditioning” on the American public by high-ranking officials in our own government. 

FEAR FACTOR CONDITIONING THROUGH INTENDED PSYOPS (pronounced SIGH-opps)

You should understand that President Trump may have been getting bad “public health” recommendations from the hierarchy in the Centers for Disease Control (the “CDC”), Dr. Anthony Fauci and the National Institutes of Health (the “NIH”).  What has happened since the beginning of 2020 is what I call “the perfect storm” to intentionally increase public dependence on the government, especially through media regurgitation of contradictory information.  Forget about the “Q”, conspiracy theories or anything else that has led you to change what you consider “the new normal” (new norm). My research is indicating that the data involving the number of cases and deaths involving coronavirus, specifically COVID-19, are being manipulated to achieve a “desired result”.  Whatever the case, “psyops” is something you normally use on an “enemy” you are attempting to win a waging war with to mess with the enemy’s head.

The manipulation of data can occur for many reasons, the likes of which cannot be scientifically verified because the powers that be don’t want it to be verified:

  1. Altering data to show increased caseloads to make a public health emergency “necessary”.
  2. Altering data to show a “flattening of the curve” in order to facilitate a false sense of security.
  3. Altering data to show deaths occurring from COVID-19 when scientific research data may support a different conclusion.
  4. Altering data to suggest that a situation is getting worse in order to support a proposed “miracle cure” vaccine that should be taken at the risk of the public.
  5. Altering data to support a suggestion that we should “distance” ourselves from each other as a form of social conditioning.
  6. Altering data to support continued “fear factor” behaviors in American society.
  7. Altering data to support further economic damage to America to further political objectives.
  8. Altering data to support reasoning for world-based “agendas”.

LEAVING PEOPLE “IN THE DARK” IS ALSO A FORM OF PSYOPS

It has been said that when people don’t know the real truth about a situation, they cannot make an informed decision about that situation.  Does that sound about right to you?

What would happen if you were constantly fed disinformation or misinformation (including but not limited to contradictory information) for the intended purposes of furthering an intended consequence?  In other words, can the government hierarchy, especially those in the medical community, scare you into submission and make you do things you wouldn’t normally do under normal circumstances to further its own objectives?  Ponder that one when you vote this November, if America’s elections can be conducted constitutionally and not manipulated by those whose intentions is to further “condition” you into putting all of your faith and trust in a government that has continuously “failed” you at every turn.

If you are given false or contradictory information, you tend to not only make uninformed decisions, you tend to make decisions that support an intended government consequence/solution.

For example, let’s talk about wearing masks.  

The Centers for Disease Control started out by stating that you should only wear a mask if you’re sick or you feel you may have flu symptoms.  In fact, the scenario has been manipulated so much so, that the hierarchy in the medical community has made wearing masks fashionable.

In fact, the merchants of the earth, along with everyone who has access to a sewing machine, is profiting in some way making impractical cloth masks because the number of “real masks”, which should only be afforded to medical emergency personnel, is lacking and will continue to be lacking because of the “public panic” that has been created, especially among those 65 and older who are going to spend the rest of their natural lives “afraid” because they’ve been conditioned since World War II to always trust the government in all things.  However, they’ll bitch like crazy when Congress threatens to “f**k with their social security payments. The elderly, especially those living on fixed incomes, are the first to be swayed by psyops conditioning.

So, if the CDC says that wearing a mask does what the above picture shows, which came from the CDC’s own website (just so you don’t think I’m making this stuff up), then you should think about the intended consequence of altering what was “normal” before the corona-crisis hit and WHY the sudden shift in thinking.  Wearing masks over a long period of time causes hypoxia. THAT is also a known fact, yet people are wearing masks while they’re driving and getting in accidents because they’re passing out at the wheel due to lack of oxygen in a closed space.  The stupidity of some will inevitably harm others and there’s no accounting for everyone’s smarts in today’s gene pool.

Now we focus on the “contradictory information” about mask wearing, especially the information coming out of the well-funded (including Bill Gates) World Health Organization, whose knowledge of the spread of the coronavirus was known well ahead of its landing on American shores. To find out what the World Health Organization’s “take” is on wearing masks, CLICK HERE!

For those of you who don’t want to watch the short video, here is what WHO is recommending regarding masks:

  1. Before putting on a mask, clean hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
  2. Cover mouth and nose with mask and make sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask.
  3. Avoid touching the mask while using it; if you do, clean your hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
  4. Replace the mask with a new one as soon as it is damp and do not re-use single-use masks.
  5. To remove the mask: remove it from behind (do not touch the front of mask); discard immediately in a closed bin; clean hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
  6. If you are healthy, you only need to wear a mask if you are taking care of a person with COVID-19.
  7. Wear a mask if you are coughing or sneezing.
  8. Masks are effective only when used in combination with frequent hand-cleaning with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
  9. If you wear a mask, then you must know how to use it and dispose of it properly.

Understand what you just read … especially Item #6, which I highlighted (in pertinent part) for you.  Do you notice that WHO’s guidelines say nothing about wearing masks in public places or wearing masks if you’re healthy?  Why is WHO putting out information contradictory to what the CDC wants for all good-little “follower” Americans who want to be fashion-conscious?  Frankly, in my world, where I put truth above all things, my “Bullshit Meter” meter is peaking at 105%!  The reason that people continue to wear masks is because of psyops conditioning vis a vis the media, which is spoonfed by the government’s medical community that are supposed to be in positions of trust; however, with the contradictions here (in getting the story uniform), I begin to wonder who’s telling the truth and who isn’t, versus wearing masks in public by people who are genuinely insecure.  These same insecure people are also quick to point a finger and scold people who aren’t wearing masks because they’re insecure, even if the people they’re scolding are perfectly healthy.  For the most part, those who are sick and who risk exacerbating their already-existent health issues, need to stay home and let someone else do their errands.  They do NOT need to be roaming around in public wearing masks if they’re that afraid they’re going to catch something.  If COVID-19 doesn’t get ’em, the regular flu just might.

Who are we to believe?  

We have state governors that continue to make decisions for their citizens based on “suggested” recommendations from the medical hierarchy, with no scientific basis in fact.  Even Fauci himself claims that a vaccine to stop the spread of coronaviruses may be years away.  So … if all of a sudden … a vaccine appears and the CDC says “this is the one to take”, how many Americans are going to fall for that assertion?  It is a certainty … YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IS IN THAT VACCINE!  Yet … based on the claims made by Fauci and the CDC, you’re going to let them inject some supposedly unapproved trial drug into your system?  And at what risk?  Fauci already admitted to the Senate that there may be negative side effects (including death).

Can someone please allow common sense back into their thinking?

Now ask yourself … do you normally go out into public places when you’re sick (fever, cough, chills, dizziness, body aches, etc.) … or do you stay home and nurse yourself back to health?  Yeah, I know. There are people who are sick and go out in public anyway.  Unfortunately, in every society of right-thinking people, you’re always going to have those who just don’t give a shit about their fellow man and are of the belief system that they have the right to go anywhere they want and do anything they want, no matter the consequence (i.e., Spring Breakers). Did you ever stop to think that the spread of coronavirus through Spring Breakers was put to good use as an excuse for closing all the beaches, where scientific evidence has proven that sun exposure increases Vitamin D production in the body and the exposure to sand and salt water increases exposure to microbes designed to help boost the body’s immune system?  Of course, THAT scientific evidence wasn’t considered when all of the beaches were closed, right?  There has to be a way to “influence” people to make them think that going to the beach could be hazardous to their health, right?  What a better way than to make certain “shows” of “poster children” like Ireland Tate (and the kid whose father rejected him when he went home to New York and told him to go away) to influence closing beaches with no scientific basis in fact.  If people are going to get sick, they’re going to get sick, no matter what they do or where they go.  Second wave or no second wave, America has been crippled financially … and this is one of the effects of biological warfare as an intended consequence on America.  False flag attacks have killed Americans before and it is expected that this could be lumped into that same category as 9-11.  The problem is … since we know the NIH funded the Wuhan lab’s research in part … the U.S. government is partially responsible for this biological attack on its citizens … and I hear no one screaming at their Congressperson about holding hearings and getting to the truth of the matter.

EVERYONE WANTS TO BLAME SOMEONE FOR THIS “PANDEMIC”

Now understand the “appearance” of what cause and effect behaviors occurred within the American population based on “suggested” recommendations from the aforementioned parties. For starters, Americans like to play “the blame game”.  Go to Facebook and read the posts.  The “blame” is there.  It’s all Trump’s fault.  It’s all Pelosi’s fault.  It’s all some bureaucrat’s fault.  It’s all the bank’s fault.  It’s all the government’s fault. It’s all the Democrats’ fault.  It’s all the Republicans’ fault.  But … it’s never YOUR fault, right?  It’s just your misconception of something based on someone else’s political agenda that’s been drummed into your head.  However, much of what I see, even among family members … is we’re blaming each other based on our own insecurity!  Weren’t we “secure” before this whole crisis started?  Then what changed?  **your mindset**

In fact, if you look at the statistical data we actually do have available that might be plausible (even if it was manipulated), was the “pandemic” a “false flag attack” on America just to influence a political election cycle?  America has a population of 322-million people.  Of those, .005 percent were reportedly “infected” with the coronavirus and the mortality rate was only .06 percent of those infected. The rest are assumed to have recovered from it based on their body’s immune system’s ability to fight it.  Otherwise, why is the government wanting everyone who recovered to donate plasma so they can create a vaccine from it?

The governments, both state and federal, will obviously take issue with me saying that the “pandemic” was an intentional means of psyops in order to influence the upcoming 2020 elections; however, I base my statement on claims Fauci made that the Trump Administration was going to experience a pandemic during his first term in office.  Could this mean that President Trump might not be re-elected because he relied on false data provided to him by his own advisers in setting forth a plan of action?  Could it be that President Trump was purposefully given false information and misled by his own advisers, who make up some sort of Deep State ideology to sway America into their “vaccination” agenda, so we can chip everyone?  No … I do not believe Trump is the Anti-Christ so you can “get off that wagon”.  Trump is a CEO.  He’s a businessman.  Politicians don’t like him because he’s NOT one of them (liars, cheats and thieves).  Every President since John Kennedy has been accused of groping someone or making unwanted advances.  This is nothing new in American politics and that won’t change now … so don’t expect it to.

For those of you who did not have a chance to watch the video with Dr. Judy Mikovits, you can watch it HERE!  Someone has to make sense of the science … yet no one seems to want to (or has the ability to) read between the lines … so the psyops must be working!

WE HAVE TO “SCARE” AMERICANS INTO OUR WAY OF THINKING! 

Over 30-million Americans have lost their paychecks completely.  Compound that with the uncertainty of potential medical catastrophe and you have a great blend of scenarios for creating a “nanny state” because most Americans believe everything their government tells them.  Again, I go back to the announcement that Bruce Springsteen made to a concert venue full of spectators, “Blind faith in your leaders will get you killed!”

Remember “Scarecrow” from the movie The Wizard of Oz”?   “If I only had a brain.”  

Apparently, the hierarchy in the medical community thinks most Americans will believe anything they suggest.  Here’s an optional thought … what are your chances of death if you jump off the observation deck of the Empire State Building?  Would your death be quick … or would it be slow and painful?  Remember, it isn’t the fall that kills you … it’s the sudden stop at the end!  Like lemmings running off a cliff into the sea and drowning.  They have to be scared into doing it, right?   If you want to steer Americans into believing a certain way, create a scenario that influences their way of thinking. Then come up with a solution (or a patsy).

I point to what happened during 9-11.  Remember all of the Americans that wanted to go over to Iraq and blow Saddam Hussein’s f**king head off?  How f**king Patriotic is that?  And we call them “heroes”.  Were they misled too?  Where were the weapons of mass destruction?  Did we find any?  Did we “plant” some so we can say we found them?  I’m not being disrespectful to those who served because I served during Nam.  I’m trying to get the logical part of your brain into right thinking again because we’re being conditioned to be “followers” because of the pandemic that might not have been what they said it was.

Remember, 100,000 Americans would not be dead if we were told the truth in a timely manner.  We wouldn’t be blaming everybody and his brother for not acting fast enough.  And now we’re letting those same hierarchies tell us what to do and create new “norms” for us … and blame each other for our own insecurities in the process.  Seriously?

If you haven’t figured it out yet … MIT scientist Lydia Bourouiba’s video imaging studies revealed that the two main components of a sneeze show a shower of larger droplets can extend up to two meters from the person sneezing and a cloud, made of a mixture of smaller droplets suspended in moist, warm gas, which  contain pathogen-bearing droplets, can be suspended in the air for not just seconds, but minutes … and can travel up to 27 feet.  So cut the 6-foot social distancing crap and wear a f**king mask if you’re coughing or sneezing … or stay the f**k home … and quit bitching at everyone else for your own insecurity. Remember who “conditioned” you to behave that way!

THE FINANCIAL DISRUPTION IN THE MORTGAGE MARKETS

You knew I’d get to this part at some point, right?  People want to know about foreclosures and what the federal and state governments are going to do to stem the tide of foreclosures as the result of people not making their mortgage payments because they’ve been furloughed or terminated because of conditions beyond “their” control.

I would ask that you take a few minutes and observe my second YouTube posting Foreclosure Defense in the midst of the corona-crisis, Part 2, for an explanation of what to expect from the mortgage loan servicers when the moratoriums are lifted and what you should be considering now, while you still have the opportunity to make rational decisions based on facts and not suppositions.

At some point in the near future, I’m going to be doing an online webinar on foreclosure defense, since none of you want to hang out with me in a hotel … I’m thinking here because you’ve assumed that you’re going to catch the COVID if you travel, despite what the airlines and the travel industry are telling you as to how safe it is to travel now.  Thus, rather than take up your whole time throughout an entire weekend, I’m going to offer a 4-hour online webinar that you can subscribe to and watch at any time you have an opportunity … priced at a discount, rather than making you pay the usual fees, plus travel expenses, for attending a workshop in a live setting and being apprehensive the entire time you’re there (in other words, I don’t want to have to educate a bunch of mask-wearing followers … you have to be able to “think outside the box” to survive what’s coming).

In the webinar, I’m planning on covering the following, from a paralegal aspect of Foreclosure Defense, considering I’m NOT an attorney but I have every bit of capability to do intake and evaluate your options “out loud”, without giving you legal advice:

  1. Pre-foreclosure options … know what “they” are going to offer and plan for it.
  2. Taking notice of what’s coming (and what to expect in both judicial and non-judicial forums).
  3. False assumptions appearing real … don’t expect a positive outcome unless you work towards achieving it.
  4. Determining responses and response times (default judgments will kill your opportunities because you’re in a state of denial).
  5. How paralegals evaluate what to write in the way of responses based on judicial foreclosures.
  6. How paralegals determine what potential causes of action are necessary in non-judicial foreclosures “to head ’em off at the pass”.
  7. Writing effective responses (from a paralegal’s perspective on what and how to write responses … we’ll be spending a lot of time on this section).
  8. The forums have shifted … judges entertaining motions in a live setting versus Zoom®.
  9. Options for a “good offense” versus always playing the victim.
  10. Evaluating chain of title for defects related to foreclosures.
  11. Case reviews of what has worked and what probably won’t work.
  12. Preparing for oral arguments … because the opportunity may come.
  13. Making use of witnesses and expert witnesses (in depositions and at trial).
  14. Making use of discovery in both judicial and non-judicial settings.
  15. Plan to fail … and you will fail: Discussions centering on PLAN B.
  16. Additional research tips to help formulate your “plan of attack”.

In this webinar, you get to ask questions online.  And there’s no such thing as a “stupid question” … only the response matters.  What we won’t be doing is discussing YOUR specific case because the variables may be different from others’ cases and we want to focus our attention generally on what matters most.

As an extra added bonus, I may have a guest attorney, an expert witness or other legal professional appear with me on the webinar, so you’ll be getting some pure, legal acumen in addition to how paralegals deal with foreclosure defense cases.  Remember, the best defense is a good offense.

We will also have hand-outs for you as part of the online class, which we will send in .pdf format to your email address you used to subscribe to the class with.

If you don’t know your rights … you don’t have any.

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THINGS TO PONDER WHEN IT COMES TO THE “DELAY GAME” IN FORECLOSURES …

(OP-ED) — The author of this post is a consultant to foreclosure defense attorneys and does not offer the following as legal advice but rather as that of the author’s own views based on past experience in paralegal and consulting work.  The post, with the related case example, is for educational purposes only.  

THE “DILEMMA” ONLY GETS BIGGER

I have seen countless cases where a foreclosure defense was mounted against a bank’s attempt to foreclose when there are obvious “glitches” with the bank’s case.  It is in this instance where I offer the following case for your perusal:

US Bank v Manning, 2020 ME 42 (Apr 2, 2020)

The one thing you’ll notice right up front is that at the time of this author’s post, this case was almost 10 years old by the time it got to Maine’s highest court.  I believe I can use any case from any state to exemplify what constitutes a “do-over” after 10 years of throwing money away on attorney’s fees.  I would venture a guess that the property was worth almost what the homeowner (Manning) shelled out in attorney’s fees.  He would not be the first party (as a defendant in a foreclosure case) to spend exorbitant sums trying to stay in his home, all because he thinks he’s “right”.

I would have posted this earlier but due to the corona-crisis and the resulting issues that followed our first recognition of it as a pandemic, I’m now just getting around to this.  My point here is that foreclosure defense means putting whatever remaining resources you have at risk.

Let me explain in ten (10) easy points …

  1. Fighting any case where a REMIC trust is involved means that it’s highly likely bogus documents were created by the servicer’s employees at the direction of either the servicer or the foreclosure mill law firm prosecuting the foreclosure.  That in itself is a minimum of an 18-month delay if the court indulges declaratory relief.
  2. Fighting a foreclosure case when you’re unemployed with limited resources is futile, especially if you’re faced with draining a retirement account, like a 401(k), which by the way, the bank won’t ever get access to via judgment; however, you’d be surprised at how many cases I have gone through where the homeowners did just that in order to pay attorney’s fees.
  3. Fighting a foreclosure case when you’re simply holding the property as an investor is also risky given the courts’ propensity (as in this case) to give the bank a “d0-over”, even if the investor was “right” all along.  Those attorney’s fees are risked capital that could be put somewhere else if the market value and economic condition of the property won’t support it.
  4. As a follow-up to the last paragraph, many homeowners don’t actually make an honest effort to get their property evaluated, whether through an appraisal or a comparable market analysis (CMA) by a real estate agent, to see what the “gamble” is worth compared to risk. Their fight is driven by emotion and not common sense.  If the property is economically challenged, meaning it’s going to need thousands of dollars in repairs and upgrades to make it marketable, it’s not worth spending the money while fighting a foreclosure just because you don’t like the idea of moving to new digs.
  5. On the other side of this equation, I could imply that I’ve spent the last 12 years of my life helping homeowners fight to stay in their homes, only to see the bank win after the homeowners have spent thousands, many of whom got stuck paying the other side’s attorney’s fees because they lost … plus, they had to pay their own foreclosure defense attorney’s fees.  Talk about a great case for neurosis.  I feel guilty sometimes because I’ve given the bank’s attorneys an income, because the banks will pay to get a “win” in their favor.  That is counterproductive in my book, when the homeowner could have cut and run and moved into something more affordable and put it into a trust before things got “dicey”.
  6. Fighting standing issues is the most common thing and judges are keenly aware of that modus operandi. Every attorney will tell you that you should claim the other side lacks standing because it’s a great catch-all if all else fails; however, claiming anything comes with a price.
  7. Because many foreclosure defense tactics are emotionally driven, this has created a “cha-ching, cha-ching” scenario for attorneys who see a real monthly annuity staring them in the face every time a disgruntled homeowner thinks they’re “right”.  It creates impetus that has fueled the business model that many law firms and sole practitioner’s rely on to “stay in their game” even if you lose in the end.
  8. In Manning’s case, this 10-year stretch compares to other cases I’ve looked at, where homeowners have sold businesses to pay lawyer’s fees, knowing that the chain of title documents were trash to begin with, yet a lot of these types of attacks fall on deaf ears with the courts. Without proper case planning as to how the court will react, it’s throwing good money after bad.  What homeowners end up doing is “kitchen sink” pleadings … and these types of pleadings are what racks up attorney’s fees … on both sides of the equation.  This is the primary reason why foreclosure mill law firms don’t come after me (if they happen to find out I’m involved in a case) because they’re getting attorney’s fees too … and then some.  How does it feel knowing that this kind of risk exists, even though you’re trying to do the right thing?
  9. I was given a specific sum certain of over $100,000 spent in fighting a foreclosure for 10 years … and the homeowners lost anyway. What I could have bought with that $100,000 over time (a duplex, where I live in one side and rent out the other side to make my mortgage payments; an apartment building, maybe a 4-plex, where I live in one of the apartments and rent out the other three) instead of giving an attorney an opportunity to create a thriving law practice at my expense.
  10. In this case, the economics of “the game” don’t make sense.  With all of the moves and countermoves in this case, which parallel many other complex cases I’ve looked at, giving a bank a “do-over” (dismissing a case without prejudice), means the bank gets to hit your “reset button” and you get to start all over again defending another foreclosure.  My point on this last comment is, “What’s it worth to your health?”

Given the corona-crisis, with over 15-million claims for unemployment benefits being applied for (many of them mortgagors), you can bet when the moratorium on foreclosures has expired (whenever that may be), there may be some mortgage loan servicers that are going to “take it on the chin” in advance payments so much so, they’ll look for the first opportunity to come after your house.  You can bet if they haven’t filed documents in the land records to “support their claim”, it’s highly likely they will either during or shortly after this crisis ends.

My bottom line (while trying not to be verbose here) … foreclosure defense costs money.  Delay tactics cost money.  Playing the game costs money. It is a “game” to the banks because they play by the numbers while you’re playing with your hard-earned money and equity.  They have the clear advantage because they’re the mortgagees.  They have a contract that you signed.  The deck is already stacked ahead of your decision-making processes.  Understand that whatever claims you bring should be supported by a Plan B.  This is part of foreclosure defense too.  What happens if what you’re trying to do doesn’t work?  This is why I wrote Clouded Titles.

THE CORONA-CRISIS HAS MULTIPLE “SIDE EFFECTS” … 

The corona-crisis is going to produce more than just statistical death tolls.  We have been victimized by both the World Health Organization (who is part of the United Nations), who failed to give us the information before the virus spread to America and the Chinese Communist Party (who created the synthesized product in the Wuhan Level 4 lab in the first place … then covered it up with a lame “wet seafood market” story), which is going to create more than a viral pandemic in terms of loss of life. We’re talking an economic twist of the tail that is going to set off another serious wave of foreclosure filings across the country due to the servicers’ struggle to make advance payments to REMIC investors.

Loan modifications are going to be rare after this is over.  Forbearances … well, if you’re lucky.  You may be emotional now … but just remember what kind of financial position you were in before the corona-crisis hit.  This doesn’t stop foreclosures already in progress.  On top of that, you’ve had a financial “hit” just trying to stay alive during the “lockdown” period and the neuroses this has caused … you also have to look at the emotion and health issues (fueled by stress) which weaken your body’s immune system because of what’s coming.  You will be looking to the government for answers … and the answers won’t be there.  The courts will be backlogged.  Your judicial foreclosures will cost more as the courts clear the pipeline of cases. Non-judicial foreclosures will proceed at lightning speed because the servicers have had plenty of time to crank out paperwork (default notices, notices of trustee’s sales, suspect assignments, etc.) during the crisis while the moratoriums existed.  They know this crisis has hit everyone in the pocketbooks, including the mortgage loan servicers themselves.

Now’s the time to come up with a Plan B.

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DOCTOR’S FACEBOOK RANT DELETED!

(BREAKING NEWS) — A doctor in St. Louis had been bombarding Facebook with the truth about fake news and Operation Mockingbird and the fact you’re not being told the truth.  He also suggested zinc and tonic water were great immune system builders and that we should be demanding to know the truth about what’s really going on here.  Hospitals all over the country are laying off staff because the state’s prohibited non-essential surgeries and elective procedures due to the infection rates caused by the coronavirus.

As expected, what the doctor had to say was “colorful” and Facebook deleted his video.

Facebook is NOT your friend for accurate information. If you’ll notice, it’s currently being occupied by folks who seemingly have nothing better to do with their time than engage in idle chit-chat and exchanging jokes, which is what FB likes (and the government too) … because “Uncle” monitors Facebook and nothing of yours is sacred on this site.  It also demonstrates how feeble-minded and/0r scared a lot of people are.  How do we know that the government is not monitoring all of this information to help it determine the “panic level” of the sheeple?  It’s also a huge rumor mill you should avoid digesting anything accurate from.  Assume everything on Facebook is unsubstantiated rumor until fact checked!

ALL … and I mean ALL of the websites that offer “statistical” data are inaccurate.

Johns Hopkins (on their site) admits where they get all of their information from (at the bottom of the page); thus, if you read the disclaimers, you’re being told the information is: (a.) understated; and (b) thus, not fully accurate.  Assume that the numbers are higher than what are being reported.

There is other important news you should know that we’re looking into: 

  1. The World Health Organization knew as early as December 31, 2019 that the coronavirus outbreak was rapidly occurring in China and didn’t report the pandemic until January 14, 2020 … two weeks later.  Why did it wait so long to declare a pandemic?
  2. When the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) found out just how successful the virus was, they started buying up all the medical supplies they could from Europe, knowing this virus was going to infiltrate the world.  Then, when it hit, they upped the price and sold it back to the countries they infected. Please understand this is not the same bunch as the People’s Republic of China. The CCP are crooked bastards and they are definitely no friend of the U.S.
  3. There is enough proof on RESEARCHGATE to show that this virus was manufactured in a bioweapons lab. Scientists all over the world are sharing information about how the disease really got started and how it was made and what it was made of.   It did not occur naturally in a “wet market”.  This is fake news pontificated by the CCP to deflect where the virus strains really came from … from reportedly 40 individuals the CCP infected in a medical clinic next to the bioweapons lab.  The 40 then went out and spread it to everyone else.  Nice test, eh?
  4. Dr. Fauci (the President’s medical adviser) appears to be “talking out the other side of his mouth” when it comes to treatment of the virus.  Fact check everything he says because some of it is fake news and cannot be attributed to him.  Fauci did say on a recent interview that we really didn’t have to worry about COVID-19 … that it wasn’t going to be a big deal.  And this guy is advising the President? How do we know Fauci is not part of Deep State?

Watch and share this information with all your friends and act accordingly.  Please also note that statistically, which can be fact checked, the bigger the metro area and concentration of people, the more reported cases and deaths there will be.  Tune into to this poster’s radio show, this Friday night at 6:04 p.m. EDT on WKDW-FM (North Port, FL).  Click here to get the station! 

Stay safe. We haven’t hit peak here yet in the U.S.

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