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Monday, November 30, 2020

AZ throws a Hail Satan's Mommy

As evidence of fraud is presented at the #ArizonaHearing, the Secretary of State certifies the election.

That's a bold move, Cotton. We'll see how it turns out for them. What evidence of fraud? If you're on SocialGalactic, you may recall that I wrote this one week ago on November 23rd:

Here is the smoking gun. A single example of an internet packet containing election data being transmitted to a server outside the United States. That’s it. That’s all the evidence that is required to blow apart all the skeptics’ denials.

And what came out in the Arizona hearing today? The testimony of one US Army Colonel Phil Waldron,  a cyber security expert.

SpiderFoot reconnaissance" tool tracked Dominion Voting Systems revealing vulnerabilities, volume-metric traffic & webserver coordinates confirming it was connected to the Internet. Packet Traffic was observed from US TO FRANKFURT.

Specifically, to a Scytl server in Frankfurt Germany. Done. Done, demolished, and dusted.

96 comments:

  1. Ouch. Typically, it helps to throw the hail mommy BEFORE spiking the ball on 4th down.

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  2. You mean, Biden didn't win? Pfft. That's like saying Epstein didn't kill himself.

    Smh. What's with you round earthers?

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  3. We may need to temporarily suspend the LOL rule or come up with an appropriate substitute.

    Still not tired of winning!

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  4. Arizona is the supreme boomer state, so this is not surprising. They remember when the gulf war started and all the fireworks they saw on CNN and haven't looked back. All of this to a Fleetwood Mac soundtrack.

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    1. @berb2000 What is a good substitute for LOL. Need one for this.

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    2. Boomers from CA and the NE - not from AZ

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  5. At this point its just sad; the other sides point blank refusal to relate in any meaningful way with the evidence presented, even so much as to provide a softer landing is verging on satirical

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  6. This is great. You don't even need to put on "They Live" style glasses. These people are outing themselves for the world to see.

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  7. I had three news alerts on my phone about the (Democrat) AZ secretary of state "certifying" the results; but no MSM mention whatever about the hearings. They're so convinced they can make "news" appear and disappear no wonder they thought they could steal an election.

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  8. Prediction: Packet of Glitches

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  9. They are basically daring Donnie TwoScoops to CrossTheRubicon and become Emperor Trump, First Of His Line.

    It's also pretty clear that Trump would really rather not do that, which is completely understandable.

    But if The Republic is dead in any case - and it almost certainly is - then I'm counting on Trump's people presently readying his horse for the crossing.

    This could very well be the most interesting and impactful first-week in December week since at least 1941.

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    1. The Republic isn't dead. What we are watching die is the fake democracy that they tried to switch it with.

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  10. Arizona can't be a boomer state, they're landlocked. GA and WA are boomer states.

    The AZ SecState pulled the pin out of the grenade, released the spoon...and threw the pin.

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    1. Navy joke in the same comment as grunt joke. in consideration of the circumstances, I will allow it.

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    2. It's a joint joke (but I didn't inhale)

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  11. Speaking of Mommies and Arizona, good to see Nick Fuentes left his Mommy's basement and is leading a rather large protest in Arizona today.

    Yes, BB gives him a hard time occasionally, and rightly so, but you know he likes Nick. The kid is maturing.

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  12. You mean the same SCYTL server that we may have sent Delta Force operators to retrieve, that may have been defended by CIA operators brought in from Afghanistan? Boy, I sure do want to see what's on that sonuvagun!

    C'mon, POTUS ... cross the Rubicon. BE TGE!!! May this be so!

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    1. I think we already know. But now we have evidence with chain of custody.

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  13. just a formality. not unexpected. although local republicans need to fight harder. the incompetence in georgia and arizona has been through the roof this ellection. its what happens when you allow neo cons to run the show.

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  14. Dear Democrats and TDS patients -
    If Biden doesn't get away with The Steal, it's because you didn't speak his "presidency" into existence hard enough. Be a shame if years of practice was all for nothing when it really counted...

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  15. Insurrection Act and Marshall Law incoming, plus EOs.

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    1. Martial law. Martial "having to do with war" like martial arts.

      Marshal = County law enforcement highest officer.

      Marshall = amplifier of the gods.

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  16. When they use a ThinkPad, you know they know what they're doing. Oh, there was no server seized in Germany? Really?

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    1. You mean Chinese-owned Lenovo Thinkpad?
      Wonder how many boomers hear Thinkpad and still assume it's IBM.

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  17. Certification does not matter as much as what the AZ state legislature does between now and the 14th.

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  18. We can agree that there is overwhelming evidence of voter fraud in the swing states in every possible form of voter fraud both new and old. My concern is that the constitutional remedy requires both judicial diligence and judicial integrity - both is short supply.

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  19. If we want our Electors, we can keep our Electors.

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  20. Ken Prescott wrote:Arizona can't be a boomer state, they're landlocked.

    Yuma in the winter time is a sight to behold. The "snowbirds" invade to winter there, and to traipse over the border for the cheap meds in Mexico. It is unreal. Boomers everywhere. Wall to wall.

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  21. VD:

    "Here is the smoking gun. A single example of an internet packet containing election data being transmitted to a server outside the United States. That’s it. That’s all the evidence that is required to blow apart all the skeptics’ denials."

    No argument here. I wonder if that software tool SpiderFoot reconnaissance was part of Trump's surveillance plan? Yeah, a rhetorical question.

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  22. AZ is both a boomer state (they need constant heat, like lizards) and, more damning, just a substate of CA now.

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  23. Presidential Address incoming this week. Bend over Democrats.

    The address will have senior military and justice department officials making comments regarding the election. Why do you think Barr has been so quiet. He has been putting together his presentation and statement that the electoral college cannot legitimize the election results now.

    They will discuss the raid in Frankfurt and the role of Dominion, China and Iran in the election fraud. The biggest hit will be on rogue elements in the CIA who were involved in this. Haspel and Wray will be fired this way. Haspel because of Frankfurt and Wray because of the Hunter Biden computer cover up.


    https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/293949798

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  24. Gonna be interesting responses for all the people insisting no raid took place and Dominion isn't a good line of attack.

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  25. Times like these I wonder what was in those notes at Bush's funeral.

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  26. Would that be a Hail Rosemary?

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  27. " My concern is that the constitutional remedy requires both judicial diligence and judicial integrity - both is short supply."

    My concern is that if your t-levels were any lower they might collide with your IQ.

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  28. Can't these state legislators just choose the electors and bypass SCOTUS?

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  29. Fun fact: some states think this signature stuff is important when convenient.

    https://nypost.com/2020/08/22/ohio-says-kanye-west-used-fake-signatures-to-gain-ballot-slot/

    “Ohio joins New Jersey, Illinois and Wisconsin in dropping the rapper. A complaint lodged in New Jersey in July alleged West had submitted 600 fake names in a bid to get on that state’s ballot. Illinois dropped him earlier this month for allegedly filling petitions with fake signatures and Wisconsin took him off the ballot earlier this week saying he was late in filing his signatures and papers.”

    Do a search of ‘nypost kanye west signatures’.

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  30. Wonder how many kids that secretary buggered...

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  31. AZ Sec of State is a Democrat...

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  32. Via Rogan O'Handley

    'They announced the AZ election certification during the evidentiary hearing to distract from the mountains of fraud being exposed

    The timing of the certification is only proof of their crimes'

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  33. From Infogalactic, Az Sec State Katie Hobbs is a GenXer who has: BS in social work, MS in social work, social worker since 1992 working on domestic violence and related, and a "husband" named Pat and two "children" (quotes are mine).

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  34. 27. Jeff aka Orville:

    I saw the post at the link you provided. I'm not up on that site, but if true, that would be the game changer. So, just FFS, I'll assume true. Because, why not? After all, this blog is on the positive side.

    This looks like an effort to exert pressure on the GOP legislators in the swing states to give their ECs to Trump. After seeing the evidence from the DOJ, and the Military, they will have little choice but to accept the testimony. It's one thing to accept it from a team of lawyers, but quite another from the DOJ and Military. Harder to just disregard.

    From this, I would guess Trump is getting the message that no matter how much overwhelming data his team of lawyers present to the courts, they will stonewall, and eventually, still not rule as they should, so that the clock runs out. On to Plan B?

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  35. And in related news, Lin Wood is asking about the identity of "the John Roberts" seen on Jeffrey Epsteins flight logs.
    Does anybody remember how Roberts went on a vacation immediately after the "think of it as a tax" betrayal? Long have I suspected.
    That Wood brings this up now on Twatter is telling.

    Huge hammers are going to drop. Soon.
    Hoka hey.

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  36. The Republic died as soon as Lincoln sent his mercenary army south. Trump might as well go full God Emperor.

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    1. @The Last Roman
      Well a bunch of those Union soldiers were poor Irish bastards drafted almost fresh off the boat.

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    2. @newscaper312
      What the hell does that have to do with anything?
      Jesus. People trying to wave their knowledge is pathetic.

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  37. @32:
    Sort of. Then a state has two certified slates and SCOTUS still needs to either choose which slate is to be allowed to vote or invalidate both and deprive the state of any electors.
    Having two opposing slates with colorable claims to legitimacy would create a situation SCOTUS could find difficult to ignore (they can't both be allowed to vote and SCOTUS is ultimately where the conflict has to be resolved). My fear has always been that the federal judiciary (including two "conservative" squishes on SCOTUS) lack the courage and intellectual integrity to face what the MSM will deem a "constitutional crisis" (defined as a problem of governance the constitution cannot resolve - not really the case here).
    The good news is that the prospect of Republican state legislatures certifying electoral slates in conflict with the state executive has the
    the WaPo in a schnitfit

    The good news

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    1. No, actually a joint session of Congress - bit the Supreme Court - is the forum which will decide which set of electors to certify

      The session will be run by the President of the Senate. AkA the Vice President of the United States: Mike Pence

      Wondered why he had been so quiet?

      Also, in case of a deadlock it is Mike Pence (not Nancy Pelosi) who will become the interim President.

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  38. @41 The Chief Justice of SCOTUS (John Roberts) is tasked with the responsibility of selecting FISA court judges.

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  39. So does this confirm the 305th rumor?

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  40. "Presidential Address incoming this week."

    Trump's twitter feed isn't mentioning such an address; any clue about the possible day?

    --Erich Schwarz

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  41. So now we know the AZ Mafia scares them more than their future prison sentences.

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  42. They are not going to let you have it, Mr. President.

    Cross the Rubicon, Don.

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  43. At least we can celebrate these Secretaries of States: when they're bought, they stay bought; Soros' money was well spent.

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  44. There is a US Consulate in Frankfurt. It has several Agencies in residence. No, the consulate is not sovereign territory.

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  45. Arizona has also been a dumping ground for geriatric democrats from the midwest since 1960. Their now geriatric kids now do the same, if they didn't move there to be close enough to leech off them. There's a reason why there's more Packers and Bears jerseys at Cardinals games than Cardinals jerseys when they're in town to play.

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  46. @44:
    I knew a FISA Court judge quite well (both briefly clerked for him and practiced before him in a number of civil cases) - now deceased. He was an intolerable a-hole who would never have hesitated to abuse power for ideological reasons. Some of the finest people and some of the worst people I have ever met are on the federal bench. If you want "justice" a federal court is only marginally better than a state trial court.

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  47. I suspect the biggest headache will being finding a court that has the technical expertise to understand the evidence being presented. I'm reminded of the antitrust case against Microsoft in the late 1990s...it failed, I believe mostly because the judge didn't understand it. Most likely the prosecutors didn't, either.

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    1. "Convincingly" is a claim about you. Not about the controversy. But your gullibility is not germane.

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  48. SCOTUS John Roberts is not the same one on the Epstein flight log. Convincingly debunked last year on the chans. I believe he was some CEO of a company in Chicago if I remember correctly.

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    1. They have a control file on John Roberts Lolo Express or no.

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  49. Where do we go from here?

    If you're a Trump backer, what evidence would convince you that Biden won?

    If you're a Biden backer, what evidence would convince you that Trump won?

    "Here is the smoking gun." That's great. It reminds me of the Republicans in congress standing in front of their lovely charts.

    When Trump starts arresting the people who have been calling him 'LITERALLY HITLER!!!111" for years - with *mountains* of evidence of the most traitorous, evil actions, what happens then?

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    1. Insurrection is what happens. Its the reason for firing Esper and putting in Miller.

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  50. Watch the water, I think I see a river ahead. The Rubicon! How did it get here?

    I want to see the hammer drop. Bring the hammer down on these bastards.

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  51. @27:


    Presidential Address incoming this week. Bend over Democrats.

    This begs the question of who is going to broadcast it, given the MSM shenanigans since election day. If I were the GE I would trust the MSM outlets as far as I can collectively throw them.

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  52. The minute the press started declaring Biden the 'winner' and demanding POTUS concede, I knew they were betting this whole shooting match on a fait accompli.

    I can only barely imagine the terror tantrums going on behind closed doors right now.

    Oh to be a fly on the wall...

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  53. dienw wrote:At least we can celebrate these Secretaries of States: when they're bought, they stay bought; Soros' money was well spent.

    I'm not certain that this is loyalty--this looks more like trapped rats doing the only thing they can. What else can these SoS/AGs do? If they roll over for Trump, they might just find themselves tagged for the entire scheme or part of pork shipment to Uruguay. If they continue with their part in the steal, they'll likely be rolled up in the Trump expose. The only way out is to continue with the lies and forge forward, hoping as Biden does, for a clean EC win at the State level.

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  54. @59 When Trump starts arresting the people who have been calling him 'LITERALLY HITLER!!!111" for years - with *mountains* of evidence of the most traitorous, evil actions, what happens then?

    The rioters riot, as they were already; the nationalists are comforted; the bulk of people sigh in relief that The System Works - which they were going to do either way. Trump will not stand in front of a chart hoping mummy will wag her finger at the other kids, because he is a man.

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  55. Arthur wrote:If you're a Trump backer, what evidence would convince you that Biden won?
    After seeing how blatant the cheating was? Nothing could convince me.
    Arthur wrote:When Trump starts arresting the people who have been calling him 'LITERALLY HITLER!!!111" for years - with *mountains* of evidence of the most traitorous, evil actions, what happens then?
    As long as our enemies wind up dead, it's all good.

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  56. This begs the question of who is going to broadcast it, given the MSM shenanigans since election day.

    Remember when there was a test emergency text message from the president a year or so ago, and leftists got butthurt that Orange Man Bad was on their phone? They're prepared for the MSM to refuse to carry it.

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  57. Arthur wrote:

    If you're a Trump backer, what evidence would convince you that Biden won?

    If you're a Biden backer, what evidence would convince you that Trump won?



    The easiest way for Biden to get me off his case would have been to win on election night, like every normal President ever. As it is, Trump was winning when multiple states shut down for the night like Venezuela- only to mysteriously announce major Biden spikes in the morning.

    Now it won't matter. Even if you believe that the President has wholly fabricated every piece of evidence to declare this election a fraud, his tens of millions of supporters are incredibly well-armed and angry. As every piece of fake news is exposed, they will be further casus belli to add to Trump's DoW.

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  58. Oh my! These are truly exciting times to be alive!

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  59. Trump is ashamed he backed Kemp. We're getting to the fun part of this election fraud attempt.

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  60. The AZ legislature knows there was vote fraud since Trump got 62% of the vote back in 2016, but getting these creatures to do anything is another matter...

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  61. Don't care about the packets going out, Web packets generally get responses and those can contain instructions usable by the originator. Headers or even at IP level with crafted ACK packets.

    Sending them out is lot of dirty smoke; any fragment of a packet in response is fire.

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    1. You have no idea what the fuck you’re talking about.
      Sit down and be quiet.

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    2. These are supposedly airgapped election systems.

      You are too short for this ride.

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  62. @34 "Wonder how many kids that secretary buggered..."

    Arizona is known for medical/CPS kidnapping . If i remember correctly, McCain had some office aids who were caught with child porn. I one of them even had some child trafficking connections.

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  63. Giuliani is killing it in the hearing in the AZ legislature. This hearing is amazing. The evidence and testimony are overwhelming. Trump 2020.

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  64. Trump blasts Gov. Ducey (pronounced douche) as he calls in live during the hearings. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/president-trump-calls-hearing-voting-irregularities-arizona-video/?utm_source=Parler&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

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  65. Jenna Ellis is an American badass as well. Forget some phony "first woman to do blah" where they are simply appointed by some other idiot. Jenna Ellis is leading the charge. Trump 2020!

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  66. Marshall = horse master, commander of the cavalry

    from Frankish mariscaluis "horse servant" or groom

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  67. >> Martial law. Martial "having to do with war" like martial arts.

    Got it. Thanks.

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  68. @43 "Having two opposing slates with colorable claims to legitimacy would create a situation SCOTUS could find difficult to ignore (they can't both be allowed to vote and SCOTUS is ultimately where the conflict has to be resolved).

    No, I think that's wrong. The Constitution itself assigns the 'election of electors' to the state legislature, period.

    Apparently, no matter what statutes or pass-overs they might have written into the state law, they CANNOT give up their assigned power; delegating doesn't take away the power: and they can withdraw delegation, no matter what the Secty of State chooses or tries to do. No one is granted any such power except the legislature.

    Secty of State has NO "colorable claim to legitimacy," direct from the Constitution.

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  69. @57 "SCOTUS John Roberts is not the same one on the Epstein flight log."

    I vaguely remember the original/early-on rumor about the leash on Roberts has to do with his two borderline illegally adopted from Ireland children. Helluva good leash, if so.

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  70. https://twitter.com/CortesSteve/status/1333600754767106056?s=20
    separating the wheat from the chaff.

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  71. Avalanche wrote:Apparently, no matter what statutes or pass-overs they might have written into the state law, they CANNOT give up their assigned power; delegating doesn't take away the power: and they can withdraw delegation, no matter what the Secty of State chooses or tries to do. No one is granted any such power except the legislature.

    Secty of State has NO "colorable claim to legitimacy," direct from the Constitution.


    OK, so suppose a state legislature says before 14 December, in effect, "To heck with the public election [to choose presidential electors] that we just held under the Such-and-Such Act of Whenever, we're going to appoint the Republican slate of electors."

    Since the election process has not only started, but has in fact mostly concluded, could such a last-minute measure be construed as an ex post facto law?

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  72. Is Biden's walking boot to cover his GPS ankle bracelet?

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  73. @87 Most of the delegations of power have to do with the state legislature promising that they will follow the majority vote of their state.

    That's why the first part of the proposed declarations say, "Given: there's no damn way we can tell what the majority vote of our state is, it's been frauded up beyond all recognition and there's no fixing it. There is no knowable majority vote."

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  74. "and threw the pin."

    And swallowed the grenade.

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  75. Valtandor Nought wrote:Since the election process has not only started, but has in fact mostly concluded, could such a last-minute measure be construed as an ex post facto law?
    Don't be silly. This isn't law, this is exercising a power given them by the Federal constitution. The legislature selects the electors, any ol' way they want. If a past legislature said yes, that doesn't keep the current legislature from saying no.

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