Stop the Steal Open Thread

Well, Trump laid down the marker: he won and will win if all legal votes are counted. I think this is correct: to me, Trump not only won PA and AZ, he won MI and WI, as well. The sheer brazenness of the Democrat fraud here is astounding – they aren’t really trying to hide it, knowing as they do that the MSM will not show it to the Democrat base.

We’ll see how it comes out – it is an uphill climb for Trump as he has to get the fraud to stop long enough to certify the legal votes. This may go on for a while. Keep in mind as it goes on that you’re going to hear MSM reports and rumors – each and every one of them is a lie designed to get you to give up and then put pressure on Trump to quit. I’m sure they’ll have polls out soon showing that eleventy bazillion percent favor Trump conceding. I hope Trump wins – and some people think he will. I think the psychological turning point would be Arizona going for Trump. Right now, he’s behind there but he’s doing better than expected in the count and plenty are saying he should come out ahead there. The good news is that we’re having an honest count in Arizona – because, you know, it is run by Republicans.

Do now be swayed by network calls: nothing is for sure until the vote is certified. The calls of AZ for Biden and the House +5 for Democrats show how ridiculously the MSM is lying about things.

And that brings me to The Rest of the Story:

Tuesday was catastrophically bad for the Democrats. They failed in the Senate. They’ve already lost a net of ten House seats (so much for that D+5 call, huh?); they may end up with a majority of 219 or 220. There’s even a slight chance the GOP winds up with 218! And it is slight: don’t get your hopes up on that…but wouldn’t it be the most awesome thing in the world to take away Nancy’s gavel? Again! Democrats also got blown out in governorships and State legislative races: and this means the GOP has a huge advantage in the redistricting to take place next year…and we’ve got a 6-3 Supreme Court majority to ensure against Democrat court challenges. CA and NY are going to lose House seats next year – FL and TX will gain. Maybe 3 each! And we’re going to draw some nice, little districts to ensure they all go our way.

If the Democrats do manage to install Biden – whom I will never accept as the legitimate President – then we look forward to a crushing mid-term victory in 2022.

We’re watching to see who is in the fight – and one that I mark for the future is Richard Grenell. He’s been in this fight from the beginning. He doesn’t back down. He punches back twice as hard. And this Conservative Catholic may find himself gladly voting for the gay guy in 2024.

79 thoughts on “Stop the Steal Open Thread

  1. Cluster November 6, 2020 / 8:20 am

    On to the Supreme Court resulting in a Trump victory and then indictments, prosecutions and jail times for those who have blatantly violated federal election laws and there are plenty of those people. Then there will be a special counsel to investigate Joe’s relationship with Ukraine/China/Hunter. Then we go back thru all the video of this summer using facial recognition to identify, indict, prosecute and imprison Antifa and BLM. That will be a good start.

    If Joe is installed, it will be open season and onto civil war. That will happen because this entire chaotic process is rife with fraud and there’s just too many good ol boys looking to have some fun especially after what the soi bois did this summer.

    Honestly, I think it is time for war because the Democrats are a marxist party, let’s not kid ourselves. Joe is a complete fucking idiot and the rest of the party sold out to the Left and China a long time ago so I apologize to those who find this opinion offensive but Democrats have already started the war ….. we just need to finish it.

  2. Cluster November 6, 2020 / 8:43 am

    Pray to God this happens …

    Throughout this election, there were signs of the birth of a coalition of normal people unhappy with the radical turns our country has been taking. Regardless of how the presidential race turns out, the potential political realignment is unmistakable. Hispanic and blue-collar workers are shifting noticeably away from the overtures of the left-wing, “defund the police” crowd. I’m not sure who thought violence and looting in the streets of so many of our cities would have no political repercussions, but it did, and it brought regular Americans together in a way that bodes well for the future.

    We so desperately need more normal people in this country. Progressive Democrats are insufferably weird, stupid, and over emotional people. Their uncontrolled anxieties over manufactured issues like climate change and systemic racism have divided this country and their false sense of moral superiority has made them into bitter angry little people who no one wants to be around. And if Joe is installed, they could very well find out just how much disdain we have for them …. and how much ammo we have

  3. Cluster November 6, 2020 / 9:01 am

    Fox has still not retracted the AZ call and oddly enough is the only network to have made that call. Time to boycott Fox … turn it OFF and let’s tank their ratings. They deserve it

    Oh and Chris Stirewalt did not kill himself lol

    • Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 6:16 pm

      Color me dense, but I’m missing the joke about Chris Stirewalt. What did he do or say?

  4. jake goldblum (@Jakegoldblum) November 6, 2020 / 9:06 am

    i am not here to spark more whatever is going through your mind. Honestly- i believe at this point United States should break up with the northeast, being one country, with the west coast being another because our values are so much different. If you think Biden is a marxist you are nuts. he is as middle road as you can get. I have more evidence Trump is a horrible politician attacking MCcain that cost him Arizona, attacking doctors, and being utterly corrupt.

    Please define normal people? You can have your guns and low taxes but these trade wars, and total disregard for the virus is not normal. Here is stat for you that deaths in general are up 300,000 dollars by the cdc- this is not the corona virus- this is total deaths

    • Cluster November 6, 2020 / 9:12 am

      I no longer have conversations with fucks like you. People like you will either sit down and shut the fuck up or we will go to war. Those are the only two options for me and for a lot of other people.

      • fieldingclaymore November 6, 2020 / 11:30 am

        I need a cup for all your MAGA tears. LOL

    • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 9:27 am

      If you think Biden is a marxist you are nuts

      No, not “nuts”, just giving Joe credit for having the mental facility to be much of anything but a doddering meat puppet. It’s those pulling the strings who are the Marxists.

      Yes, Trump did attack McCain, and yes, it was stupid. Not because McCain wasn’t a horrible person, and a liar and a backstabber and a weasel, just because there was no reason to. Trump did not “attack doctors” and the whining about how “corrupt” Trump is never seems to be backed up with anything other than some references to decades-old business dealings that give the TDSers the vapors.

      Joe Biden is corrupt to the bone. We have seen the proof, and it is financial, political and moral corruption. Trump got rich and then went into politics. Biden was poor and only got rich when he had the status and power of politics to allow him to abuse that power to enrich himself and his family. As for moral corruption, while adultery in the midst of a mid-life crisis is not excusable, it pales in the face of the many videos of Biden fondling little girls, and his dismissal of his son’s criminal and immoral sexual escapades with Biden’s own granddaughter when he told her mother, who went to Biden for help with this, that it was the mother who needed to go into therapy.

      • Cluster November 6, 2020 / 9:32 am

        Joe Biden is a corrupt pedophile, will never be a legitimate President, and he will be treated as such if installed. In fact, if that happens many Democrats and certainly Antifa and BLM members will not be entirely safe walking around in the open this country

      • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 9:51 am

        Yeah, yeah, yeah–Cluster and his band of vigilantes are going to be picking off Dems in the street because indignant rage. Sorry, but I’m not seeing Cluster playing HIgh Noon with Antifa, in spite of his macho gunslinging vigilante fantasies.

        “I can kill people if I don’t like what they stand for”—not exactly the sentiment upon which this nation, or conservatism, are founded.

      • Cluster November 6, 2020 / 9:57 am

        They need to feel the pain of what they have put this country through. I am not alone in that sentiment. And it’s not bravado. It’s a promise.

    • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 9:42 am

      Evidently we are supposed to be shocked and horrified that “deaths in general are up 300,000 dollars “. Sounds like you are channeling Biden here.

      You guys are so funny, crawling out of the cracks now that you think Biden’s dark and miserable days are ahead of us. But really, guys, you just sound goofy, and illustrate what we have been saying about you for years now.

      1….you are not very smart. It’s not just that you align yourself with a political structure that has never succeeded anywhere it has been tried, but only led to tyranny, economic misery and often to tens of millions of deaths, it’s that you don’t even realize what that political system IS or how it is defined. You are just led around by your gullibility, which is based on your emotionality.

      2….your dependence on Magical Thinking forms the foundation of your belief system. When it is pointed out that your system can’t ever work because it goes against human nature you employ Magical Thinking and just say “this time it will be different”. Lately we are seeing this Magical Thinking in play as you engage in seriously strange commentary like complaining that Trump “disregards the virus”, which doesn’t make sense but ties in with the belief that somehow Trump would have been able to “defeat” the virus if he had only….not been Trump. We see it in play in the conviction that if we just outsmart the virus by wearing masks and hiding under our beds for three weeks/three months/six months/a year it will get tired of waiting for us and just give up and go away. (Because that is what viruses do, evidently.)

      And now you are whining because people just keep dying. Not just from the virus, but because people die. I guess if Biden had been president this would not have been happening. Biden or just Not Trump. Maybe Biden’s dead son, the non-Senator from a state where he never lived, would still be with us. Who knows?

      • Jake Goldblum November 6, 2020 / 10:02 am

        Amazona you pathetic for blocking me

        you love to rant and I have proven in the past that your arguments are more diatribes than actual facts. That is the fact about you. YOu ranting does not prove facts. I do not believe in socialism and neither does Biden and i would vote Don JR over AOC any day of the week. At least i have principles that i believe in and not some long rant that believes the constitution is everything when society evolves. When Joe talked about stopping fracking a normal person knows electric cars and solar are the future. Cars that drive themselves are hte future and it will put a ton of people out of work. Telling coal miners and people that their job is safe is dumb. You read stuff that gives you an absolute warped view of society. I am pretty middle of the road and a business man.

      • Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 10:15 am

        At least i have principles that i believe in

        Such as what, as it pertains to the role of government?

      • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 6:38 pm

        Jake, I have no idea what you are talking about. You must have been talking to the people who were given confidential personal information by someone trying to buy cred from the Dark Side who now think I am the boss of everyone.

      • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 7:38 pm

        Jake, I have not blocked anyone. I don’t know that anything of yours HAS been blocked. I don’t see a reason to block what I have seen, as it seems like harmless blathering.

        Sorry my posts make you so fretful because words.

        At least i have principles that i believe in and not some long rant that believes the constitution is everything when society evolves.

        Are you trying to say that when “society evolves” the Constitution should also “evolve”? Is that like being a “living document”?

        a normal person knows electric cars and solar are the future

        Do these “normal persons” also know how to mitigate the horrendous environmental damage necessary to get the materials necessary to make all these solar panels? Because they not only don’t know now, they don’t seem to care, because talking about the real cost of solar power generation requires too much straying from the narrative, and it’s so much easier to just think of electricity to power cars as something free and clean that just….arrives.

        (In the interest of full disclosure I recently did a massive solar installation costing more than a quarter of a million dollars. I believe it has its place. I just don’t buy into the Magical Thinking that it can, or should replace fossil fuels.)

        I also don’t have a crystal ball that tells me Joe Biden has beliefs that contradict what he says.

  5. Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 10:12 am

    Several of us observed in the last couple weeks that, in the unlikely event of a Harris/Biden win, life would go on, just as it did during the 8 year nightmare of Obama/Biden. Interesting how Biden’s name keeps coming up second. I’m not closing the book on a Trump second term quite yet, because as Yogi Berra famously said, “it ain’t over till it’s over.” But should it be “over” at some point, unlike when we stood by just counting the days till Obama was gone, I intend to be part of the new resistance to a Harris/Biden presidency – a resistance that will makes the Schiff Show seem like a walk in the park.

    Someone, it may have been Glenn Beck, predicted this week that if Trump were to lose he would start a new Conservative TV network that would be his greatest counterpunch of all and the Left’s worst nightmare. It would also fulfill Amazona’s dream for how Conservatives begin to re-take this country.

    It’s funny — if you had told me two weeks ago that Trump would get over 7 million more votes than in 2016, that Republicans would hold the Senate and reduce the Democrat majority in the House to a handful of seats, I would have said then you’re talking about a Trump landslide of epic proportions.

    • Jake Goldblum November 6, 2020 / 10:40 am

      Yes what America needs more of is more propaganda networks. I agree with him on China but i voted in PA. They made the ballots extremely hard to forge. It was not voting machines but black markers filling in the box. I had to give my license and address to verify. Than it went into a scanner. Trump fought mail in ballots in pa, Biden did not. Most my family voted by mail but i didnt trust Trump not to throw out the ballots. The bottom line is this is what we predicted and it was not fraudulent election. If you want to have an honest discussion with someone who can get to the point quickly unlike AMazona who can’t complete a thought without 4 sentences let me know.

    • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 8:24 pm

      Spook, I have a feeling a few on the Left will be remembering the movie quotation of Isoroku Yamamoto when the Japanese were celebrating their great victory at Pearl Harbor:

      I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.

  6. Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 1:38 pm

    He’s not providing a link or source, but Rush is reporting that Biden received fewer votes than Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama in every state except Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia. YCMTSU!

  7. Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 6:39 pm

    Anyone find a website that lists the status of all 435 House races? I’ve searched 6 ways from Sunday and can’t find a comprehensive listing. Real Clear Politics is showing 209 Dem. to 182 GOP, which is clearly from a couple days ago. Politico shows the Dems with 212 and GOP with 194, meaning there are still 29 House races still not called 3 days after the election. There are usually a few, but I can’t recall there ever being this many. My guess is that it means the GOP is doing much better than expected.

    • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 7:50 pm

      I’m curious about the ratio of Republican vs Democrat states in the House. Before this election the Republicans had a majority of the states. I did an in depth analysis of how they were divided though most of you probably didn’t read it because words, and the links were about facts.

      Spook, you are good at digging old posts out of archives. Do you have any idea where I could find this? One of my links might tell me where to go to find updated information.

      Why might this matter? Because if for any reason a president cannot be named the new president will be chosen by the House of Representatives—-but not by the entire House. Rather, each state in the House will have one vote, and before this election more states had more Republican Representatives than those that had more Democrats.

      • Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 8:56 pm

        I’m not exactly sure what you’re looking for. Prior to this election the GOP held one more state legislature than the Democrats. I read yesterday that the GOP picked up a net 2 more state legislatures on Tuesday. You are correct that, if the selection of the President is thrown into the House of Representatives, each state has one vote, which is determined by which party controls the legislature in each state.

      • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 10:18 pm

        Spook, my understanding is that, as one example, if a state has 6 Representatives in Congress and of those six four are Republicans and two are Democrats then the Republicans would control the single House vote if the selection of a president came to such a vote.

        I remember a breakdown a few months ago of how this worked out in the last House, and at that time if a vote had been taken there were a few more votes controlled by Republicans than by Democrats.

        If I misunderstand the process I’d like to know how it really works. But clearly, if each state has only one vote there has to be a way to determine either which of the Representatives of each state can cast that vote or how the state would allocate that vote.

      • Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 11:02 pm

        if each state has only one vote there has to be a way to determine either which of the Representatives of each state can cast that vote or how the state would allocate that vote.

        There is, but it has nothing to do with the number of Congressmen from each party from each state. It’s determined by which party controls the state legislature in each state.

      • Amazona November 7, 2020 / 1:46 am

        Thanks for that. I found the original account very confusing. Do you know what that ratio of R to D is, in state legislatures?

      • Amazona November 7, 2020 / 2:12 am

        This, and similar statements, are what led me to think the state delegations were based on the number of people from each party in each state,

        The GOP held a decided 32-17 edge in control of these state congressional delegations prior to the 2018 midterms. With Democratic gains in that election, the Republican edge narrowed to 26-22. In 2019, Michigan Republican Justin Amash became an independent, breaking that state’s tie. As a result the current split is 26-23, with one tie (Pennsylvania).

    • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 10:36 pm

      I heard that a young Republican challenger I supported in Colorado won her Congressional race but if I remember correctly she had primaried the incumbent Republican so did not flip the seat.

  8. Retired Spook November 6, 2020 / 8:31 pm

    I heard one of the talking heads on FNC saying tonight that there is NO EVIDENCE of cheating on the part of Democrats, and the Trump lawyers are just wasting time and money going to court. I’m genuinely curious — does anyone here believe the Trump legal challenges will consist of, “hey judge – we think the Democrats cheated?” My bet is that they have lots of evidence.

    • Amazona November 6, 2020 / 10:33 pm

      Spook, I heard several people on radio talk shows talking about their personal witnessing of election fraud. Most had already agreed to sign sworn affidavits, and at least one went on to be interviewed by the FBI. Tip lines were swamped with callers and texts describing, in detail, fraudulent and illegal activity.

      One man worked at a post office in Michigan and said that his boss called everyone together the morning of the 4th and instructed them to sort out all ballots from all collection sites that had not been in time to be postmarked on Election Day, and to put them all in a hamper. He then instructed them to hand-stamp these late ballots with the date of November 3 and put them in an express box to be delivered as if they had come in on time.

      One poll watcher, who was kept too far from the counting tables to see much detail, did notice a whole batch of ballot envelopes sealed with clear packing tape. I could see one such envelope—you realize you forgot to vote for one of the candidates or something, open the envelope and then reseal it. A whole batch of envelopes sealed the same way is pretty suspicious.

      As an example of the verbal tap dancing around the topic, the other night a man on one of the network news shows addressed what he called inaccurate statements about Republican poll watchers not being allowed to view ballot counting in Philadelphia. He indignantly “rebutted” this by saying that “a Republican activist has admitted to being in the building”. Aside from the editorializing by referring to the poll watcher as an “activist” the descriptions and photos of the counting room in Philadelphia showed a massive room at the convention center (one person said it was as big as a football field) crammed with hundreds of desks in long rows, some hidden by screens. What poll watchers were allowed in the building were kept 10 to 25 feet away, and then allowed as close as 6 feet, TO THE FIRST ROW OF TABLES. There were dozens of rows of tables, many tables to a row, all the way back to the back of this cavernous room. But being in the building was supposed to prove that these poll watchers had reasonable access to watching votes being counted, and were just lying.

      They couldn’t even see if ballots were being removed from envelopes

      • Amazona November 7, 2020 / 5:09 pm

        First person observation is not anecdotal, it is testimony. A first-person account of poll watching in Pennsylvania: emphasis mine

        I see the canvas location. And then there are cameras in an entirely different section of the warehouse, pointed at where the canvas workers are working, but they are bad cameras. They’re not very good.

        And there’s only a few of them and they are placed so far away that you can see the people who are counting the ballots, but you can’t see the ballots they’re counting, which is the whole purpose of having a canvas watcher. The canvas watcher is not there to watch people. He’s there to watch the ballots.

        The reason it’s important is because the Pennsylvania law for absentee and mail-in ballots states very clearly that no mail-in ballot is valid where the outer envelope is noncertified by the elector, or as I say, the voter.

        And if there is no secrecy ballot—that is to say, no secrecy envelope containing a ballot inside of the outer certifying envelope—it is not a valid ballot. It is called a naked ballot, and it should be put aside immediately.

        And if the secrecy ballot inside of the outer certification ballot has any markings, which tend to identify the elector or his political preferences or in any way attempts to communicate to the person who’s looking at the secrecy ballot the preferences or desires of the elector, those are also immediately disqualified. They’re not valid votes and they should be put aside.

        Now, as you can imagine, you need to be able to actually see the ballot for that to work. You have to see the certification. You have to see the signature. You have to see the date and the address. You have to see that there are no markings on the secrecy ballot, and you have to make sure there’s a secrecy ballot.

        None of which you can do if there’s a camera put up 20 feet away from where the people are opening the ballots and you are put in another room inside of the canvas location, away from the canvassers, and given a couple of television screens with teeny-tiny pictures of these guys counting votes.

        When asked, this guy I know, another attorney there, David, he asked—I think it was David, it may have been Kathy—asked, “Well, all of this seems odd. It seems like we can’t really observe the ballots. So there’s really no point in being here, right?”

        And he goes, “Yeah, that’s the point.” He literally admitted that the whole purpose was to keep us from watching the people counting the ballots.

  9. Retired Spook November 7, 2020 / 11:52 am

    If you ask most informed Progressives (yeah I know, kind of an oxymoron) what Supreme Court decision they more abhor, a lot of them will say Citizens United. Apparently, while publicly condemning Citizens United, many uber-wealthy Progressive secretly love it. But the neat thing about Citizens United is not that it allows obscene amounts of money to be spent in politics, but that it doesn’t censor the actual speech aspect of politics. So you can spend a bazillion dollars supporting a candidate, but you can’t make people vote for him or her if they view the opposing candidate as a better choice. Never was that more evident than in this election cycle where billionaires spent $105 million to defeat Lindsey Graham — AND LOST; where they spent $75 million to defeat Mitch McConnell — AND LOST; where they spent $43 million to defeat Joni Ernst — AND LOST. I realize a few million, even $50 or $100 million is chump change to someone like Michael Bloomberg, but it’s refreshing to know that ideas and truth still count more than money.

    • Amazona November 7, 2020 / 2:54 pm

      The main objection to Citizens United is the repeated mantra fed by the masters in the Left that it says “corporations are people”.

      These masters have proved, over and over again, that if they carve out a simple-minded phrase and feed it to their lemmings often enough it will take root—proving once again that compost is a great medium for growing weeds.

  10. Retired Spook November 7, 2020 / 12:56 pm

    It must be in one of those emanations from the penumbra in the Constitution that says an obscure cable news channel gets to award the presidency.

    • Amazona November 7, 2020 / 3:00 pm

      LOL. Gotta love those emanations.

  11. Retired Spook November 7, 2020 / 2:40 pm

    Has everyone seen the massive riots and burning and looting by Trump supporters in cities across the country? Yeah, neither have I.

  12. Amazona November 7, 2020 / 5:49 pm

    James O’Keefe published a recorded interview with a whistleblower from the United States Postal Service in Detroit who stated that a supervisor told Post Office workers on Wednesday to gather together any “mail-in” ballots in their facility and segregate them from other mail. Those ballots were then hand-stamped with a postmark from the previous day to reflect that they had been sent on to election officials on November 3. The ballots were then shipped to their destination using the “Express Mail” process which meant they would be delivered to election officials on November 4.

    The FBI is investigating allegations of election fraud in Detroit after a city worker stepped forward and claimed election workers were asked to backdate ballots that had come in after the election deadline had passed, multiple officials said.

    A senior law enforcement official in Washington confirmed that an investigation was opened after the whistleblower’s concerns were forwarded from the Michigan Republican Party. “The FBI is investigating,” the official said.

    GOP officials in Michigan said the whistleblower was identified and assisted by Phill Kline, the head of the Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, which has been litigating voting disputes and irregularities across the country for months.

    Here we have to remember the shrill and strident howling of the Left that all whistleblowers are legally guaranteed anonymity, but what they say has to be given full credibility and acceptance no matter what.

    Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his Election Fraud Unit assisted the Limestone County Sheriff and District Attorney in charging Kelly Reagan Brunner, a social worker in the Mexia State Supported Living Center (SSLC), with 134 felony counts of purportedly acting as an agent and of election fraud. State Supported Living Centers serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Brunner submitted voter registration applications for 67 residents without their signature or effective consent, while purporting to act as their agent.

  13. Amazona November 7, 2020 / 6:33 pm

    Naturally we are talking about the election. The topics range from the depth of either delusion or simply dishonesty as Lefties passionately squeal THERE IS NO WAY THERE WAS ELECTION FRAUD !!!!!!!, in the face of overwhelming and mounting evidence of election fraud to the blatant election interference of the Agenda Media. The latter is of most concern—how can we ever have a fair election when those in charge of either delivering information to the public or controlling what others try to deliver to the public are so overwhelmingly committed to using that power to control what information is out there?

    And the answer is, we can’t. While some people vote based on what they believe and some on what they know, sometimes the two intersect. The thing is, what people know has to be based on information.

    How many people in this nation knew that a laptop belonging to Joe Biden’s son was discovered, examined by the FBI and confirmed to be his, and that it contained emails showing that Joe Biden himself was complicit in—and more importantly profiting from—his son’s business dealings in foreign countries? How many of them knew these business dealings were set up through Joe Biden’s vast power and influence as Vice President of the United States? How many of them knew that in this laptop was abundant evidence that Hunter Biden was involved in child pornography, including pictures of him and his 14-year-old niece (Joe Biden’s granddaughter) in sexually provocative poses, many with her topless, or that when her mother (the sainted Beau’s widow) turned to Joe for help with his son’s predation on her young daughter Joe’s only response was to tell HER to “go into therapy”? How many had the kind and level of information to assume this was because Joe Biden himself had a documented history of molesting young girls, which certainly would explain what amounted to defense of his son doing the same thing?

    How many people in this nation knew that the man interviewed and hired to be the CEO of a Biden family business gave a detailed TV interview in which he stated, unequivocally, that he had personally met with Joe Biden to talk about this and other Biden ventures, that Joe Biden had simply lied when he said he never talked to his son about his business dealings, and that when this man asked Jim Biden how the family could get away with their legal shenanigans the response was “plausible deniability”?

    All of this is information. It is not gossip, it is not “unsubstantiated”, it is not speculation. It is proven fact. What effect did it have on the election to have all of this covered up by the Agenda Media? What impact did this kind of protection of Biden have on the election?

    So…back to my question: How can we ever have a fair election when those in charge of either delivering information to the public or controlling what others try to deliver to the public are so overwhelmingly committed to using that power to control what information is out there?

  14. Amazona November 7, 2020 / 7:30 pm

    After Election Day, #antifa in Portland organized a “march of terror” through the heart of downtown where they smashed a Catholic church, dozens of businesses & property. The National Guard was activated. Watch my @SkyNewsAust interview:

    — Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) November 5, 2020

  15. Amazona November 7, 2020 / 9:36 pm

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani cited another example of dead people voting in this election, including boxer Joe Frazier, a longtime Republican, who died five years ago.

    “Joe continues to vote. If I recall correctly, Joe was a Republican, so maybe I shouldn’t complain,” Giuliani said sarcastically. “But we should go see if Joe is voting Republican or Democrat now from the grave.”

    “Also, Will Smith’s father has voted here twice since he died. I don’t know how he votes since he’s always voted secret,” he said. “In Philadelphia, they keep the votes of dead people secret. At least that is something you can be commended for.”

    There have been a string of USPS whistleblower cases that Project Veritas has made public. Project Veritas released their first video of a United States Postal Service worker in Traverse City, Michigan, coming forward to expose their supervisor, Johnathan Clarke, potentially engaging in voter fraud. The second video released Thursday afternoon allegedly shows a USPS worker in Las Vegas, Nevada, talking about handing over a “handful” of ballots to an undercover journalist. The blank ballots were collected because they were allegedly sent to the wrong address. The third video was Hopkins’ original report. Video number four was of a USPS whistleblower in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania who claimed supervisors and other higher-ups are ordering carriers to backdate ballots that were received after Election Day.

  16. Amazona November 7, 2020 / 9:52 pm

    …..instead of choosing simple, hand-marked paper ballots that are most resistant to tampering because paper cannot be hacked, many are opting for pricier technology that computer security experts consider almost as risky as earlier discredited electronic systems.

    Called ballot-marking devices, the machines have touchscreens for registering voter choice. Unlike touchscreen-only machines, they print out paper records that are scanned by optical readers. South Carolina voters will use them in Saturday’s primary.

    The most pricey solution available, they are at least twice as expensive as the hand-marked paper ballot option. They have been vigorously promoted by the three voting equipment vendors that control 88 percent of the U.S. market.

    Some of the most popular ballot-marking machines, made by industry leaders Election Systems & Software and Dominion Voting Systems, register votes in bar codes that the human eye cannot decipher. That’s a problem, researchers say: Voters could end up with printouts that accurately spell out the names of the candidates they picked, but, because of a hack, the bar codes do not reflect those choices. Because the bar codes are what’s tabulated, voters would never know that their ballots benefited another candidate.

    Even on machines that do not use bar codes, voters may not notice if a hack or programming error mangled their choices. A University of Michigan study determined that only 7 percent of participants in a mock election notified poll workers when the names on their printed receipts did not match the candidates they voted for.

    ES&S rejects those scenarios. Spokeswoman Katina Granger said the company’s ballot-marking machines’ accuracy and security “have been proven through thousands of hours of testing and tens of thousands of successful elections.” Dominion declined to comment for this story.

    Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. voters will be using ballot-marking machines this year, compared with less than 2% in 2018, according to Verified Voting, which tracks voting technology.

    Pivotal counties in the crucial states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and North Carolina have bought ballot-marking machines. So have counties in much of Texas, as well as California’s Los Angeles County and all of Georgia, Delaware and South Carolina. The machines’ certification has often been streamlined in the rush to get machines in place for presidential primaries.

    Ballot-marking devices were not conceived as primary vote-casting tools but as accessible options for people with disabilities.

    Critics see them as vulnerable to hacking. At last year’s DefCon hacker convention in Las Vegas, it took tinkerers at the ‘Voting Village’ not even eight hours to hack two older ballot-marking devices.

    Tampering aside, some of the newer ballot-marking machines have stumbled badly in actual votes. That happened most spectacularly in November when ES&S’s top-of-the-line ExpressVote XL debuted in a Pennsylvania county.

    Even without technical troubles, the new machines can lead to longer lines, potentially reducing turnout. Voters need more time to cast ballots and the machine’s high costs have prompted election officials to limit how many they purchase.

    “There are a huge number of reasons to reject today’s ballot-marking devices — except for limited use as assistive devices for those unable to mark a paper ballot themselves,” says Doug Jones, a University of Iowa computer scientist who co-authored the voting technology history “Broken Ballots.”

    Pennsylvania’s Northampton County’s …new ExpressVote XLs failed doubly.

    First, a programming misconfiguration prevented votes cast for one of three candidates in a judge’s race from registering in the bar codes used to count the vote. Only absentee ballot votes registered for the candidate, said the county executive, Lamont McClure. The other problem was miscalibrated touchscreens, which can “flip” votes or simply make it difficult to vote for one’s desired candidate due to faulty screen alignment.. They were on about one-third of the county’s 320 machines, which cost taxpayers $8,250 each.

    One poll judge called the touch screens “garbage.” Some voters, in emails obtained by the AP in a public records request, said their votes were assigned to the wrong candidates.

  17. Amazona November 7, 2020 / 11:43 pm

    In this election we have had:

    Mass mailings of unsolicited ballots to names on uncorrected voter registration rolls with no effort to find out if those people are still legitimate voters in that state or are even still alive.

    Large numbers of these unsolicited ballots undelivered—dumped in ditches, trash cans, fields, tucked under rocks, etc.

    Duplicate or multiple ballots sent to the same person

    Ballots sent to people who had moved and registered in other states

    Ballots sent to people identified in state documents as being deceased

    Last minute changes to election and voting laws that did not go through state legislatures including changing of state statutes regarding when and how ballots can be counted, which violated properly legislated election laws

    Violations of state and federal laws regarding the legal ability of poll watchers to watch ballots being opened and counted

    Violations of both federal election law and federal postal laws by several (that we have documented) post offices where ballots were tampered with in some way, such as being date-stamped with the wrong date or where unused ballots were offered to people intending to use them fraudulently

    Widespread use of machines proved to be unreliable and which have been proved to be able to —whether through purposeful programming or due to hacking or miscalibration—-change the vote of the voter by disguising the name of the candidate actually receiving the vote within a bar code

    Widespread use of machines vulnerable to hacking

    Widespread use of machines requiring extensive training to prevent occurrences such as the transposing of votes, assigning the vote total for one candidate to another candidate

    Widespread use of machines which, if the touchscreens are miscalibrated, flip votes from one candidate to another when the voter votes

    Widespread use of ballot marking machines which do not create a paper record, making it impossible to confirm votes

    Accounts of vote counters trying to interpret or determine what they believe to be the intent of the voter when this is not clear within the ballot

    And so on. In other words, for whatever reasons people choose to attribute to these things, the 2020 presidential election was designed to deprive the American public with confidence in the outcome of the election. On a much vaster scale it still reeks of the same kind of effort to sow distrust and chaos we saw in Florida in 2000 when Democrats designed a confusing ballot and then, before the election even took place, hired a telephone marketing company to start calling people who had voted to ‘warn” them that they might have accidentally voted for the wrong person.

    Some states had orderly elections in which it appears that the rules were followed. Some states had the same issues I outlined, above.

  18. Amazona November 8, 2020 / 1:12 am

    Joe Biden, in a premature victory lap, just said it is up to Trump supporters to be nice.

    “For all those of you who voted for President Trump, I understand the disappointment tonight,” Mr. Biden said. “I’ve lost a couple times myself. But now, let’s give each other a chance. It’s time to put away the harsh rhetoric, lower the temperature, see each other again, listen to each other again.”

    In other words, while one of his faces is piously posturing as wanting healing and unity, the other is still promoting the lie that it is the Trump side that has been responsible for “the harsh rhetoric” and nastiness.

    Yet it is Leftist voices calling for enemy lists of Republican opponents,

    “We’re launching the Trump Accountability Project to make sure anyone who took a paycheck to help Trump undermine America is held responsible for what they did.”
    Hari Sevugan

    People making lists of other people for political retribution:

    – @AOC (member of Congress)
    – @mbsimon (list includes judges)
    – @emabrams (ditto)
    – @JRubinBlogger (@washingtonpost

    — Joel Pollak (@joelpollak) November 7, 2020

    “It’s not only that @realDonaldTrump has to lose, his enablers have to lose. We have to collectively burn down the Republican Party. We have to level them. Because if there are survivors….they will do it again.” Jennifer Rubin

    (Martin) Weissgerber is the second Sanders organizer to call for sending Republicans in re-education camps. Last week, Project Veritas released undercover footage showing Kyle Jurek, a Sanders staffer in Iowa, arguing that gulags were beneficial for the Soviet Union and suggesting they could be used to re-educate both Trump voters and billionaires.

    “In Nazi Germany, after the fall of the Nazi Party, there was a shit-ton of the populace that was fucking Nazified,” says Jurek. “Germany had to spend billions of dollars re-educating their fucking people to not be Nazis,” Jurek explained. “We’re probably going to have to do the same fucking thing here. That’s kind of what all Bernie’s whole fucking like, ‘hey, free education for everybody’ because we’re going to have to teach you to not be a fucking Nazi.”

    When this nightmare is over, we need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission. It would erase Trump’s lies, comfort those who have been harmed by his hatefulness, and name every official, politician, executive, and media mogul whose greed and cowardice enabled this catastrophe.

    — Robert Reich (@RBReich

    The most humane and reasonable way to deal with all these people, if we survive this, is some kind of truth and reconciliation commission.
    — Chris Hayes

    Jeffery Martin 1 day ago

    Florida Trump Supporters Injured in Drive-by Shooting, Say Police

    Two individuals participating in a rally supporting President Donald Trump in Fort Lauderdale, Florida were shot with a pellet gun on Friday

  19. Amazona November 8, 2020 / 1:39 am

    A dispute on social media saw Texan progressive activist Johnny Graz seeking to make a case that the Democratic presidential nominee should be investigated for sexual assault.

    I tried to respond with a video of evidence on how Biden interacts with women and little girls but Twitter flagged me for trying to post images of child molestation hahahahahahhaha.

    Guess twitter agrees with @jvgraz

    Another commenter, who goes by the name ‘Jake Koenig,’ sought to support Graz’s argument by posting a video compilation of Biden touching various young girls during photo ops at their parents’ congressional swear-in ceremonies in 2015.

    However, the commenter was unable to post the official public footage of the proceedings because “Twitter flagged [him] for trying to post images of child molestation.”

    Koenig’s claim was easily verifiable, as Twitter does indeed very quickly identify the video as “prohibited” content that “violates [their] Child Sexual Exploitation Policy.”

    Moreover, Twitter bans the user’s account until they’ve deleted the footage.

    The notorious footage shows the former vice president touching US legislators’ daughters and granddaughters on various parts of the body. At various points, he appears to be holding some girls in place while closely leaning in to whisper in their ears.

    I saw this video and agree, video of an old man fondling a young girl’s breast is certainly an example of child molestation. The girl was a daughter of new Colorado Senator Michael Bennet and Biden’s hand was firmly on her left breast for quite some time. At first I cut him a little slack, as the height difference between him and the child MIGHT account for his hand around her being placed higher than her waist—but then when he turned away after several seconds he quite clearly squeezed her breast and then gave it a pinch. There were other young girls, daughters or granddaughters of people being sworn in, who were also touched inappropriately, fondled or sniffed or kissed. His “holding in place” involved placing young girls in front of him and pulling them up against his crotch.

    He is such a decent man, when his daughter in law went to him for help after his son Hunter started sexual behavior toward her 14-year-old daughter (Joe’s own granddaughter) his response was to tell her she was the one who should get therapy. (Topless photos of this 14-year-old girl, some in sexually provocative poses with her 48-year old Uncle Hunter, were among the other child porn photos on the Hunter Biden laptop computer now being examined by the FBI.)

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