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Thursday, November 12, 2020

Biden didn't win

President Trump did, and now he can prove it.

Election Fraud: @RudyGiuliani says he has uncovered enough unlawful ballots in Pennsylvania and Michigan to turn the election in favor of @realDonaldTrump.

- Lou Dobbs

This is going to be so much fun.... Listen to the whole thing. It's crazier than you think. The votes in Georgia were being digitally processed by a Venezuelan-owned Canadian company in Barcelona. Giuliani says there are now 623,000 confirmed unlawful ballots in PA and 320,000 confirmed unlawful ballots in MI.

They got into a panic because they thought they had made up the lead, but Trump was still ahead by 120,000 votes... Now I think that number will go up, when we began in PA, we only had about 130k, now we're up to nearly 632k. The same pattern exists in NV, AZ, GA, WI.

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  1. Glad I'm not working in Manhattan

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  2. "The votes in Georgia were being digitally processed by a Venezuelan-owned Canadian company in Barcelona." ahh the hellscape of globalism.

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  3. The screeching shall be my lullaby.

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  4. ...and to hear the lamentations of the... well... whatever those things are.

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    1. @Jack Amok. Those "things" are pure soy and very high strung vocal cords. Luckily we are only able to hear about 1/10 of their auditory output as most of it is above a threshold to perceive else the world would go deaf instantaneously.

      If you line three of them up at a precise distance from an object the frequency they emit can be used to shave graphene off of blocks of pure graphite.

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  5. The key is to focus on the Digital counts (as Rudy has done). The Dem morons thought they could get away via making it impossible to differentiate the Illegal Ballots from the Legal ones (i.e. what they did in PA via not keeping them separate).

    Giuliani is about to Wreck them. This is going to be one of the biggest political upheavals of all time; hopefully making successive elections less of a Farce. The Meltdown and the Riots and Looting (from the Seditious Dem Rats), will be *legendary*.

    The President can then use said situation to crack down on them as Insurrectionists. GLORIOUS!

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  6. I just love a good storm, don't you?

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  7. Is that the same Spanish based SCYTL Ive seen referenced?

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  8. quick question; why does the USA love electronic voting machines so much? Paper ballots handed out at the voting booth can't be hacked, all these companies are just wasting taxpayer money and making your system far easier to mess with

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    1. For the power elite that is a feature not a bug. Lila R.

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    2. Tom Scott makes essentially the same point. Electronic machines either provide connectivity and convenience at the cost of security, or they become essentially a big, expensive pencil.

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    3. Part of it is the whole "hanging chads" thing from the Bush Gore election. Florida was close enough in that election that whether or not to count paper ballots that were uncompletely punched became an issue.

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    4. They hack the voting booth in USA. In other countries they hack a national voting overseers. Same method other place.

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  9. Would it be a constitutional crisis if the fake President-Elect was discovered to have committed treason?

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  10. What will be the punishment for those who were involved?

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    1. Judging from the punishment of every Democrat malefactor that has been caught in just the last 12 years, most probably "the comfy chair!"

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  11. Awaiting the Declaration Of Inquisition....

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  12. Possession is nine tenths of ownership. That is why they gaslight us. If they get possession, moat people will just accept it.

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  13. I can't remember if we like Rudy or not on this blog, but he's got our backs now. Cheers mayor.

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  14. @5
    Why do you think they're releasing push-polls on the public perception of Biden's "win"?

    They're working over-time to pressure the courts into "not rocking the boat" even if what is happening is insanely illegal

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  15. Rudy needs to get to work on Virginia too. We got scammed here as well.
    For that matter, I wouldn't be surprised if scams existed in all 50, Puerto Rico and Guam.

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  16. You can get more detail from Rudy's video yesterday.

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  17. I have the urge to buy a Rat Terrier and call him Rudy. Go down that hole and get your mobsters, Giuliani!

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  18. "The votes in Georgia were being digitally processed by a Venezuelan-owned Canadian company in Barcelona"

    I am shocked, absolutely shocked, that democrats are not angry about this foreign intervention in our electoral process

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    1. Ibram Kendi Says Term ‘Legal Vote’ Is Racist, Just like ‘Handouts’ And ‘Personal Responsibility’

      can we get this guy a ticket to Zimbabwe or Wakanda already?

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  20. If this turns out as it should, Trump should make every international leader who wants an audience either kneel or kiss the ring before meeting.

    Starting with that military runt who imagines himself a General Justin in Ottawa who planned to 'use Canada's military (all 10,000 of them?) to enforce 'democracy' on America.

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    1. Trudeau is a globohomo shill. He thinks saying is doing. His generals know better.

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  21. Unbelievably brazen! They're making it look as if they wanted to get caught

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  22. This is incredible. Biblical.

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  23. I just heard that less that 1% of mail in ballots have been ruled invalid. In a normal year it is usually 5-10% or even higher. Before the election I read an article that the mail in vote might backfire on the Dems because of the high percentage of invalid ballots. Apparently someone figured out how to get all the mail in votes to pass muster. I'm calling BS.

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    1. You "just heard" this, huh? Turn off CNN or Fox News or wherever you "just heard" it from, then see if you hear it from somebody like Giuliani, someone who knows better than to file fraudulent legal complaints.

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  24. Al Pfeffel “Boris” Johnson needs to re-enact Kaiser Heinrich IV at Canossa in the bleak midwinter at Camp David ... plenty of snow etc. Waiting on reception by GEOTUS...

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  25. Lou Dobbs says, 'With those servers whether they're in Canada, whether they're in Barcelona or Spain, or Germany'

    Germany wasn't mentioned prior to that in the conversation that I know of, but I had seen people talking about the US army seizing servers in Germany a few days ago, so that interjection caught my ear at the very least.

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  26. Wow...

    And an appellate court held up the elimination of ballots in PA.

    And the Michigan State legislature wants an audit of the Michigan election.

    You know what that means? Republican state legislatures are unwilling to certify the electors.

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  27. Would it be a constitutional crisis if the fake President-Elect was discovered to have committed treason?

    No, that's called taking out the trash.

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  28. Full rebuilt of the system now needed. Fire everyone.

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  29. Jon wrote:quick question; why does the USA love electronic voting machines so much? Paper ballots handed out at the voting booth can't be hacked, all these companies are just wasting taxpayer money and making your system far easier to mess with

    Quick Answer: It was the "dangling chads".

    In reaction to the circus that happened in Florida after the 2000 Bush vs. Gore election, Congress passed the "Help America Vote Act". They intentionally "modernized" our voting system to eliminate punch cards and mechanical systems, and to move into electronic voting.

    It was a bad law (as usual from Congress) and created a mess. As usual, lots of people got rich as counties simultaneously lost control of their own destiny and got stuck with "upgrades" that sucked.

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  30. Talk about hearing hoofbeats and thinking zebras.

    My internet wasn't working. I thought NSA shut it down. Then I saw the ethernet cable wan;t plugged in.

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  31. If the only penalty for failing at ballot fraud is that they lose the election, then they can keep on trying until they succeed, and then use their control of the institutions to make sure that they never fail again.

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  32. CCP wrote:What will be the punishment for those who were involved?

    A post I read made a big deal about the computer being outside of the United States. Because this now becomes foreign interference.

    I'm going by memory but basically anyone who is involved can have all their assets seized. That would also mean Reddit, Twitter, Google and any other sites or organizations that were relying on the data from the computer and knowingly misrepresented the results to interfere with the election.

    This goes down to individuals. Good Times.

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    1. I'm a traditionalist. Do as King Charles II did. Hang draw and quarter the lot. If dead, exhume the corpse and quarter it anyway.

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  33. I know Texas went Trump decisively, but it still irks me that they stole the election here in Tarrant county (Fort Worth). The "absentee voting" ridiculous.

    Donald J. Trump/ Michael R. Pence
    Party Absentee Voting Early Voting Election Day Voting Total
    REP 25,335 38.68% 332,662 49.82% 51,744 51.00% 409,741 49.09%

    Joseph R. Biden/ Kamala D. Harris
    Party Absentee Voting Early Voting Election Day Voting Total
    DEM 39,647 60.54% 325,226 48.70% 46,694 46.03% 411,567 49.31%

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    1. Nice to see a fellow Fort Worthian rooting for the good side

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  34. This could turn into a Boom that actually goes BOOM!

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  35. Jon wrote:quick question; why does the USA love electronic voting machines so much? Paper ballots handed out at the voting booth can't be hacked, all these companies are just wasting taxpayer money and making your system far easier to mess with

    Because they make it easy to cheat and allow a Cabal controlled corporation to siphon money off of the public treasury. And if they get caught they just phone up the boss in the parent company and he phones in underling in a media corporation and tells him to send a memo out to say that voter fraud is a myth and that all people talking about it are dangerous and pathetic(yes, both simultaneously)conspiracy theorists who must be ridiculed, shunned, and investigated by the police. You musty understand that there is nothing worth saving in the current incarnation of Washington, DC, or in any of it's spawn in the various state capitols.

    Also, it always astonishes me when I see foreigners wonder aloud why Americans HATE government, until I remember that every single naturalized citizen that I've ever met has commented on how much our government sucks compared to the one in the old country, and on how little we get for our tax dollars compared to the old country. The reason that Americans hate government is because we are awful at it.

    We'll kill ya dead better than anybody else on Earth, but we don't do bureaucracy.

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  36. Rudy knows organised crime when he sees it. Time to get the popcorn ready.

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  37. And don't you love that "Office of the President Elect" that they put Biden in the other day? It screams trying too hard. "Hey, you people don't believe the BS, so instead of having Joe project calm, and make public statements to the effect of, "I won fair and square, but if he has to go through all of this it's his right as a candidate. He'll concede soon enough". That would at least look good for the public, but this just looks like what it is - trying to shore up the crumbling ground beneath the lie.

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  38. National Security Act -- federal election -- voting data leaving US for foreign country.

    Might get interesting.

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  39. Godspeed God Emperor!

    We want to hear the lamentation of their whamen!

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  40. Though I believe the President can pull off a win, I just hope that he manages to hold those responsible for the fraud accountable. That and, I hope he takes decisive action in finally destroying the neocons that revealed their true colors, this time for all to see.

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  41. Lockdowns going into effect again all over the country... coincidence?

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  42. Well voting is national infrastructure so shipping data overseas might have just violated some federal laws...

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  43. Well, when the utilization of useful idiots backfires, it shows they were more idiots than useful. Stupid games meets stupid prizes.

    They must be in all out panic mode now given the "google suggested news" articles I'm seeing come up on. According to the profession of pathological liars it's all but over for the TGE. Just gotta figure out how Ivanka and Jared can let him down easy before the concession speech. Dont-cha-know?!

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  44. The other day shortly after the election fraudslide I saw a crazy old Boomer witch standing at a busy intersection, holding up a hand-written sign that read "God saved America!" and some other gibberish indicating that the Biden "election" was divine intervention.

    How does a person become that utterly deranged and removed from reality? There is only one way. She watches 24-7 cable news, or the CIA planted her and others like her around cities to further gaslight the population into accepting this blatant treason as a legitimate election.

    After Donald Trump is sworn in as 46th POTUS, that demented creature may have a stroke and die. Oh well. There is no room in society for those who take evil for good.

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  45. You will know Trump won when the media mobilizes the zombies. That's the setup.

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  46. "The votes in Georgia were being digitally processed by a Venezuelan-owned Canadian company in Barcelona."

    I met a German girl in England who was going to school in France
    Said we danced in Mississippi at an Alpha Kappa dance
    It wasn't me!

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  47. Is that the sound of fast approaching helicopters in the distance?

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  48. Awesome and funny at the same time. The "strength" of globalism is the ability to cheat our elections. A double reveal and even more fuel for the fire of nationalism.

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  49. Allowing Liberals to think they won, then snatch it away, for the REAL Trump landslide is just delicious.

    Trump truly is a showman.

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  50. How do you go bankrupt? Slowly at first then all of a sudden. Will be fun to watch.

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  51. For decades in Georgia we used mechanical voting machines. You turned a plastic lever next to your chosen candidate for each office. Maybe we should bring them back. Quicker than counting paper ballots, and not hackable.

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  52. I imagine the vast majority of the fraud happened in the more lively, vibrant areas plus college towns and certain (((upper class))) enclaves. It's a little shocking how how little they tried to hide it. I know that some people I know think that the fraud is justified. There is no middle ground with these people. They are simply the enemy.

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  53. > Listen to the whole thing.

    You know it's big when VD watches a video about it.

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  54. "This is about to explode"
    https://gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/059/768/179/original/c6a61bcf5dc17e4c.jpeg

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  55. @35

    >> I know Texas went Trump decisively, but it still irks me that they stole the election here in Tarrant county (Fort Worth). The "absentee voting" ridiculous.

    Yes, need to check into cheating in all 50 states.

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  56. Rudy may help Trump to expose these SOB's:

    http://www.amerika.org/politics/how-modernity-ends/

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  57. Scott wrote:Quicker than counting paper ballots, and not hackable.
    Absolutely false on both counts. Hackig voting machines int he 40s 50s and 60s went from sophisticated "occasional mis-tally" mechanisms to putting the labels in the wrong place on the readout to simply dumping machines from the wrong precincts into Lake Michigan.

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    1. I know a man whose job was selling and servicing those machines here in Georgia, and he never told me any such tales. Maybe we aren't as corrupt as Illinois?

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  58. What I read from Lou Dobbs back when I was on Twitter, he never gave me the impression that he's a filthy neocon globalist shill. Dobbs is either an extremely good actor, or he is a sincere, good man. Dobbs even followed my Twitter account before it was unceremoniously executed with one shot to the back of the head, commie style. Since then I have not heard much from him as I do not watch TV, but it appears he is still on our side - the side of the good, the true, and the beautiful. And his physiognomy is another indicator of this. He does not have the face of a SOB.

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  59. tuberman wrote:I know Texas went Trump decisively

    According to Dr. Shiva's analysis, the more GOP an area leans the more votes get flipped D by the damned Dominion machines.

    This means Texas went GOP by landslide margnis: easily 15%

    We won't know for that state because there's no injury to remedy from litigation there. We can only hope the litigation in other states dominoes into Texas in the form of them tossing Dominion.

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  60. Military seizing servers in Germany? Was that before or after Esper (and his cohorts) got canned?

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  61. If you look at the replies to all these election fraud tweets, you can see the fear and frustration from those P.O.S. like Sarah Silverman and Stephen King.

    I have to stop looking at them. It makes me too impatient for the moment GEOTUS is totally triumphant.

    Damn, I can’t stand Stephen King. His lame, buffoonish, boomertard horror, his hatred of the movie versions of his retarded novels, which are the only decent thing about any of his works, his grotesque literary exploration of pedophilia, and his face. If I looked that much like a child molester, I would keep my mouth shut.

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  62. This also explains why elections are always so close. I never understood why it was just a difference of one or 2% between winning and losing. It just didn't make sense to me.

    Now I realize just how completely naive I was.

    They've always been rigged.

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  63. In Alaska we use paper ballots. You color in the oval with a black or blue ball point pen. A machine reads the ballot and automatically counts it, but the paper ballots remain, and are human readable, so they can be manually recounted and audited.

    Require in-person voting on election day, ID and purple ink, and you have a pretty solid system.

    Alaska requires ID, but allows early and absentee voting, and doesn't use ink.

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  64. How did this get aired on Fox?

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  65. @23 "Unbelievably brazen! They're making it look as if they wanted to get caught."

    They were down by more then they expected so they got sloppy.

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  66. Trump should declare an amnesty for anyone coming forward that participated in this upon their full confession and a pledge to never participate in another election again.

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  67. I want to see people arrested, prosecuted and sent to Federal prison for this.
    I mean, I really want to see them publicly hanged, but prison will have to suffice.

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  68. Biden's slide'n to a redivid'n chide'n

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  69. I like what's happening here now. Can't wait til Mr. Mayor figures out what happened to Building Seven.

    Any day now...

    Pull it!

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  70. I've never looked forward to a storm this bad. And I sell roofs based on hail storm damage.

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  71. The best part is that Biden is not the president elect. They are celebrating a "game-winning" touchdown, except there's still a quarter to go. Games not over.

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  72. @62:

    President Trump (after cleaning up this mess of Seditious Rats and Chinese Assets) should call a Constitutional Convention.

    He should Revoke the 22nd, so that he can run over and over again. This ensures that the US can battle Xi (who is President for Life) for years to come.

    He should then work to Ratify the "Titles of Nobility" Amendment:

    https://infogalactic.com/info/Titles_of_Nobility_Amendment

    Using this new Amendment, he can crack down on all the Vermin and Scummy Globalists, since *all of them* have in some form or another accepted gifts, bribes, etc from the enemy.

    The US can then *purge* these Maggots effectively and restore some semblance of Law and Order back to the Republic.

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  73. We really are watching a movie.

    A lifelong one.

    I skipped to the end.

    But went to the lobby for intermission.

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  74. In reaction to the circus that happened in Florida after the 2000 Bush vs. Gore election, Congress passed the "Help America Vote Act". They intentionally "modernized" our voting system to eliminate punch cards and mechanical systems, and to move into electronic voting.

    FWIW, in my particular corner of Delaware County, PA we always had machines that were a large plastic panel with membrane switches and leds behind them that'd light up when you pressed them, and a big green VOTE button at the bottom, that ostensibly did something.

    This year, where I voted (and I believe this was a statewide thing) got rid of all that. We had 8.5x11 paper ballots with boxes next to the various candidates that we had to fill with black/blue ballpoint pens, and then feed the sheet into a scanner to record the vote. Presumably the paper ballot was also kept, and not burned at a local crematorium.

    Anyway, this move from machine back to paper ballots was predicated on the Coof.

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  75. Hackig voting machines int he 40s 50s and 60s went from sophisticated "occasional mis-tally" mechanisms to putting the labels in the wrong place on the readout to simply dumping machines from the wrong precincts into Lake Michigan.

    So much for establishment Republicans claiming "we won't sink to their level."

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  76. Giuliani's statement seems unambiguous. As many here speculated, me included, a well oiled and stealthy fraud group ran into unexpected conditions, and in haste did some tremendously shoddy work because it was psychologically incapable of taking the loss.

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  77. mannewdan wrote:Unbelievably brazen! They're making it look as if they wanted to get caught

    Absolutely. They didn't mean to hide it.
    Not doing so was a rub in the faces of the little people. They did it with obama's wins. I really don't think he did win either. It would cement the loss of America, as our own nation. It's... still the plan, and it is right in front of us still. Until that changes, don't stop fighting. These crooks have been caught and are still acting as if... 'hey, man, come on. It's just how we do.' Remember, if you don't vote for him, you ain't black. Then again, if you do vote for him, you aren't white? Just... thinking.

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  78. The Meltdown and the Riots and Looting (from the Seditious Dem Rats), will be *legendary*.

    Until they're given lead pacifiers.

    @10 Jon:

    quick question; why does the USA love electronic voting machines so much? Paper ballots handed out at the voting booth can't be hacked

    You've answered your own question.

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  79. Just watched the video and Giuliani dropped the name: "Indra"

    Indra is one of the most ruthless and corrupt companies in Spain.

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  80. Welcome to the fourth turning, bitches

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  81. Paper ballots, counted by hand, observed by both parties and an independent auditor. That is the only way. And if that is too much work to count, then take the vote away from women.

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  82. "I want to be your sledgehammer"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g93mz_eZ5N4

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  83. I've seen first hand how voting occurs in Canada. It's so different from the US, it's hard to believe. But you first must understand that Canadians only vote for elected officials. No voting for propositions. No voting for government officials like AG or dog catcher or sheriff. As a result, the ballots are very simple, only candidates for the members of parliament or mayor or city councilors are on the ballot.

    Here's the process.

    1. Voters must bring ID in order to vote. There are advance polls. Mail ballots only if the voter explains why they can't go to a polling station. No ballot harvesting is allowed.

    2. The voter's name is crossed off a list of registered voters who live near the polling station when the voter presents his ID.

    3. A paper ballot is given to the voter.

    4. After marking the ballot, the voter puts the marked ballot into a ballot box with observers from all political parties as witnesses.

    5. The vote is counted in the polling station. No moving the ballots to another location for counting. (I thought that was archaic. Now I understand why, no 3am ballot dumps at the loading ramp in a separate ballot counting building.)

    6.Each ballot is examined by the polling station staff and all the observers witness how the ballot is marked. The observers all keep their own vote count as to how the ballot was marked.

    7. Once all the ballots are counted, the totals from the election staff and all observers must be identical.

    8. The results are transmitted to Elections Canada and all the observers confirm that the transmitted results are identical to their own count.

    Canada has had voter ID for many decades. I don't believe there's been any hint of electoral fraud in Canada, let alone the enormous scale that occurred this year in the US.

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      There's your hint of Canadian election fraud.

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    2. I believe elections Canada has loosened voter ID requirements in recent years. And provincial and municipal elections may differ.

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  84. A nice song maybe relevant:

    Kate Bush - Cloudbusting
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pllRW9wETzw

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  85. Carl wrote:. I don't believe there's been any hint of electoral fraud in Canada,
    I will 100% guarantee that Toronto and Montreal are rife with it. You do not get 3rd world populations without 3rd world corruption and 3rd world elections

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  86. >> ..and to hear the lamentations of the... well... whatever those things are.

    Manatees.

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  87. >> quick question; why does the USA love electronic voting machines so much? Paper ballots handed out at the voting booth can't be hacked,

    Because the election boards want hackable elections.

    In 1994, the Republican party executed MAJOR upsets in Michigan. Coincidentally, most precincts noted "a problem" with their voting machines, and did hand-counts.

    Coinkadink?

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  88. > Paper ballots handed out at the voting booth can't be hacked

    They can be, it's just a manual process and much more labor intensive.

    All electronic voting machines should be open hardware and use open source software.

    > They've always been rigged.

    Within the lifetimes of almost everyone reading here, yes. At least back to Kennedy/Nixon.

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  89. @94, a lot of that Canadian process sounds like our Alaskan process. We have scanners that read and count the paper ballots, and that is about the only difference.

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  90. >> This is incredible. Biblical.

    Just as Q said it would be.

    >> Also, it always astonishes me when I see foreigners wonder aloud why Americans HATE government, until I remember that every single naturalized citizen that I've ever met has commented on how much our government sucks compared to the one in the old country, and on how little we get for our tax dollars compared to the old country. The reason that Americans hate government is because we are awful at it.

    Our country wasn't set up on the idea that government should be in the business of taking care of people -- that was to be left to private charities.

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  91. Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: b3a95d No.11618946 📁
    Nov 12 2020 22:20:17 (EST) NEW
    Shall we play a game?
    [N]othing [C]an [S]top [W]hat [I]s [C]oming
    NCSWIC
    https://www.cisa.gov/safecom/NCSWIC📁
    Who stepped down today [forced]?
    https://www.cisa.gov/bryan-s-ware📁
    More coming?
    Why is this relevant?
    How do you 'show' the public the truth?
    How do you 'safeguard' US elections post-POTUS?
    How do you 'remove' foreign interference and corruption and install US-owned voter ID law(s) and other safeguards?
    It had to be this way.
    Sometimes you must walk through the darkness before you see the light.
    Q

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  92. Canada has had voter ID for many decades. I don't believe there's been any hint of electoral fraud in Canada,

    Canada has liberals. Liberals are bad. The US has Democrats. Democrats are worse.

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    1. And they both will cheat however they can because both have no soul nor integrity.

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  93. “They were down by more then they expected so they got sloppy.”

    That’s fear. They threw every bad story they could, every fake poll, and turnout for The God Emperor was still so through the roof. There will be no ANTIFA nonsense unless they want to burn in a pile of bodies, and they know it.

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  94. VD,

    About this statement:

    "The votes in Georgia were being digitally processed by a Venezuelan-owned Canadian company in Barcelona."

    How does Georgia connect to the ballots in Michigan and Pennsylvania? I'm just wondering if there is something missing here.

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  95. >> For decades in Georgia we used mechanical voting machines. You turned a plastic lever next to your chosen candidate for each office. Maybe we should bring them back.

    Those machines are ridiculously easy to game. Documented in the book "Votescam!" by the Collier Brothers 30 years ago. Before the book went to press, one of the brothers died, and within 2 years, the younger one was dead, too. Neither one reached 50 years old.

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  96. I am thinking what happened is that Trump was supposed to lose the last time, but they believed their own polls and didn't cheat enough. One thing people are loth to do is to make the same mistake twice. So, no matter what the hell they had to do, Trump's count would be lower and they got brazen.

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  97. >> and a pledge to never participate in another election again.

    Pledge nothing. Felony conviction with suspended jail time (parole violation puts them in the slammer). Parole conditions include not associating with ANY other felons, and no intake of alcohol or other mind-altering substances.

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  98. Canada has had voter ID for many decades. I don't believe there's been any hint of electoral fraud in Canada,

    Not what I'm hearing from Canadian friends...They think there's plenty of vote fraud by the Trudeau supporters..

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  99. @Boaty Bear
    >>>"Justin Castreu

    There's your hint of Canadian election fraud"
    _________________________
    Immigrants vote for maximum benefits. canadian women vote for hair. It's a match made in hell. I think the best move is for men in this country to colonize a 3rd world shithole somewhere, and give those two groups their dream of no first world amenities - plus the cold.

    Toilets and tropics - it can be done. But this place is fucked.

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  100. map wrote:How does Georgia connect to the ballots in Michigan and Pennsylvania? I'm just wondering if there is something missing here.

    Same brand of voting machines.

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  101. Karen took the Kids wrote:Rudy knows organised crime when he sees it. Time to get the popcorn ready.

    As does the God-Emperor. In the 70s and 80s ALL concrete companies in NYC were mob-controlled. Trump had no choice but to buy cement from the mob. The fact that he is not dead now, means he knows how to deal with guys who made their bones as teenagers. This is why dealing with the media is so easy for him.

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  102. Is FOX business the last redoubt of sanity?

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  103. So, what you’re saying is ....

    Trump is about to go Conan;
    To crush his enemies
    See them driven before him
    And hear the lamentations of their “women”.

    Epic.

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  104. I saw the last few minutes of Dobbs' segment with Giuliani. If provable very interesting.

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  105. i dunno guys. i'm getting kind of nervous
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  106. Johnny wrote:I am thinking what happened is that Trump was supposed to lose the last time, but they believed their own polls and didn't cheat enough. One thing people are loth to do is to make the same mistake twice. So, no matter what the hell they had to do, Trump's count would be lower and they got brazen.

    Maybe, but I seem to recall a Q drop that hinted that they had used some sort of distraction to provide cover for basically "unfucking" some of the cheating in a few key areas, and that tipped the balance back and allowed an electoral victory. Probably read this somewhere on Neon Revolt.

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  107. 10. Jon November 12, 2020 7:46 PM
    quick question; why does the USA love electronic voting machines so much?


    because the Democrats don't have to work near as hard to cheat the outcome.

    internet hacking and unsecured / foreign national controlled servers were all things that were warned against. Barry Soetoro told us that the election could not plausibly be cheated ...



    97. Akulkis November 12, 2020 11:10 PM
    Manatees.


    Manatees are sexier than Feminists.

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  108. @100

    Paper ballots, photographed by the scanner and uploaded immediately to 3, geographically separated, write once read many archives that are open to the public for audit.

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  109. How does Georgia connect to the ballots in Michigan and Pennsylvania? I'm just wondering if there is something missing here.

    Dunno, but there's a claim that a former aide to GA Governor (R-nominally) and former Sec State Brian Kemp is a lobbyist for Dominion and it was a $100M deal to replace their old system.

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  110. The lying on CNN is incredible.

    They had a ticker running claiming that Lindsey Graham was telling Trump to give in.

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  111. Ken Prescott wrote:map wrote:How does Georgia connect to the ballots in Michigan and Pennsylvania? I'm just wondering if there is something missing here.

    Same brand of voting machines.


    Ken, thanks for the clarification.

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  112. Sounds like Fox sees the wheels coming off the Biden-fraud bus, so is trying to put the "conservative news" mask back on.

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  113. Sounds like Fox sees the wheels coming off the Biden-fraud bus, so is trying to put the "conservative news" mask back on.

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  114. We endured those first shocking 18 hours when we instinctively knew something wrong had happened, but weren’t yet able to say exactly how.

    We listened to the main stream media crow about the end of ‘Drumpf’.
    Talking heads celebrated their own credibility, relevance, and ability to see the obvious - that ’Biden had won’.

    We were ordered to squirm in the mud and beg for forgiveness to be allowed even the metaphorical crumbs from their table scraps.
    So many others were beaten down, bent the knee, remained silent, and allowed despair to overwhelm them.

    We didn’t.
    We told the world “No, you move”.

    First we relied upon our instinct - ‘This is wrong’.
    Then we had glimpses of reason and logic.
    Next the first whistleblowers and witnesses to fraud came forward.
    Methodologies and techniques to assess electoral fraud were applied, and all pointed to one inescapable outcome - Fraud.

    Now we feel the momentum shift.
    Those who fell to their knees are standing again, lending their voices to the fight.
    We have truth, justice, reality, and God almighty on our side.
    The enemy has little but lies, fraud, and fear.
    When we fight - we win.

    In the coming weeks everyone is going to claim they always knew The God Emperor would win. But don’t forget that when it really counted:
    When the forces of darkness and perversion tried to break our will.
    When they wanted to rub our faces in our powerlessness to stop them.
    When almost everyone else fell silent.
    A few places like this site continued waving the flag of truth, and beating the drum of righteous war.

    We will not be stopped, because we are on the side of beauty, virtue, and truth.
    For those of us who almost gave in to the fear, remember the coming weeks - you will see why it’s important to never give up.
    When you’re in the right, you fight until the end, no matter what.
    Leave either a smoking crater or a defeated enemy.

    Revel in the defeat of the evil. Give them no quarter.
    The next 4 years are going to be a joy.

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  115. All hail undoubted Caesar, all hail Trump!

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  116. So, Giuliani; I would have sworn in the past he was swamp creature's swamp creature. But now he stands forth as 'The King's Champion', and seems to be having the time of his life.

    Is he a Beta who finally found his Alpha in the GE?

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  117. I'm so looking forward to February... When the the God emperor is serving his second term.

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  118. For BLM thought they knew the meanings and purposes of the CULT, in truth they knew nothing.

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  119. pyrrhus wrote:Canada has had voter ID for many decades. I don't believe there's been any hint of electoral fraud in Canada,

    Not what I'm hearing from Canadian friends...They think there's plenty of vote fraud by the Trudeau supporters..

    Many older Newfoundlanders (who still remember when they were not part of Canada) still think that the vote to join the Dominion back in 1949 was rigged. I remember reading that the "join" vote was 51%-- a very small margin.

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  120. An Election Stolen by Computer Rigging? Again?: "In 1992, a book by James and Kenneth Collier was published: Votescam: The Stealing of America. The background to this book is this. It began in 1970...James says the 1970 election was a trial run for computer vote theft." Gary North's article includes a Bitchute video of an interview with Collier, and this YT video from 2006: American Election Hacker testifies https://youtu.be/DzBI33kOiKc This isn't new, folks!

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  121. It’s Hunter Bidens all the way down.

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  122. Revenge is a dish best served cold. :-)

    https://infogalactic.com/info/Eucatastrophe

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  123. Reader wrote:After Donald Trump is sworn in as 46th POTUS

    No. He's the 45th POTUS, period. I've seen other people make this error as well.

    /sperging

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  124. @135 if there weren't real men in the system, it would already have collapsed; the Pod People, Swamp Things, and Miscellaneous Chaos Cults are all both parasitic and organizationally pre-sentient. If they were truly in control to the extent they claim to be, the USA would already have collapsed.

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  125. If this all works out in Trump's favor, and I really think it will, it will be the greatest thing ever. Imagine the meltdown the Young Turks will have!

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  126. Smartmatic and Indra are different companies.

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  127. He says this on Fox Business News which then gets tweeted by a bluecheck account with the words "Election Fraud" "turn the election in favor of @realDonaldTrump" in, and yet the tweet doesn't get flagged as misleading. There's not even an explainer added in. What gives? They've banned accounts for saying much less than this and they took a Fox presenter off the air for just wanting to talk about voter fraud.

    Did someone send a memo?

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  128. Many older Newfoundlanders (who still remember when they were not part of Canada) still think that the vote to join the Dominion back in 1949 was rigged. I remember reading that the "join" vote was 51%-- a very small margin.
    An old sailor told me that when it came time to vote for the UK to join the EC, an officer came out and told them they had all voted "yes."
    Vote fraud isn't new, despite whatever they may say.

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  129. It’s Hunter Bidens all the way down.

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  130. wreckage wrote:@135 if there weren't real men in the system, it would already have collapsed; the Pod People, Swamp Things, and Miscellaneous Chaos Cults are all both parasitic and organizationally pre-sentient. If they were truly in control to the extent they claim to be, the USA would already have collapsed.



    Now if only there is a way to stop their parasitism. So that they die on the vine.

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  131. It's not just America. In Eastern Europe we are bombarded with pro-Biden propaganda just the same. Cabal is global, just as AC says. And Just as he says, it's afraid.

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  132. Pseudotsuga wrote:
    Many older Newfoundlanders (who still remember when they were not part of Canada) still think that the vote to join the Dominion back in 1949 was rigged. I remember reading that the "join" vote was 51%-- a very small margin.


    I don't doubt it. Joey Smallwood was a master of political patronage- yet he died genuinely poor, not in the sense of taking the ticket, which indicates a certain lack of corruption in his politics.

    Britain had zero money to help Newfoundland with after WWII. I'd say they were "practically" shoving the province into Canada's arms, except it became quite literal when they overruled the National Convention and insisted that Confederation be added as a referendum option. The history of Canada is -insane- if you bother to study it, which makes the bland globalism of the modern state that much more obnoxious.

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  133. It's actually very simple.

    In their experience, when the media proclaims a victor, the loser concedes.

    No attempts at recounts, no investigation, when a Republican is declared loser, they cave. EVERY TIME.

    this Fraud? The 50 different methods? They have been doing ALL of these for as long as they have been possible. Why? Because they never get caught. Their arrogant assurances that they will never be found out are well-founded because their cuck opponents have ALWAYS caved.

    Nearly every democrat senator and most democrat congressmen are falsely appointed, because cheating has been the only way they can win since Gerald Ford. They know it, we know it. Even heavily democrat areas like New York, DC, and LA have been cheated...not because they are majority democrat, but because the democrats there have been able to cheat without interference for so long.

    Most City dwellers are NOT stupid enough to elect a criminal. But they ARE stupid enough to hold their peace when a criminal gets cheated into office. Because that's the 'nice' thing to do.

    They are utterly unaccustomed to a right-winger refusing to bow to their will. That's why Trump won in 2016, that's why he won in 2020.

    Usually, if they use a trigger in a cuck, the cuck folds. "Racist", "Misogynist", "Antisemitic", these are all magic words with the power to make a cuck surrender. And because of these magic words, they never even bothered to try and conceal their cheating. Why should they? The Media has their back, no one's ever going to check...it's a victimless crime, and it's all for the 'right reasons', you know?


    We need to start pushing some strong-minded 'common joe' types into the state primaries. They are the only ones with the courage to face the crooks. 'attended college' should be a strike AGAINST our new politicians.

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  134. @67. TheGhostlyOne November 12, 2020 9:34 PM
    Damn, I can’t stand Stephen King. His lame, buffoonish, boomertard horror, his hatred of the movie versions of his retarded novels, which are the only decent thing about any of his works, his grotesque literary exploration of pedophilia, and his face. If I looked that much like a child molester, I would keep my mouth shut.

    I remember reading "The Stand" as a teenager, and could not understand then how such a turgid bore of a novel would merit such accolades, and keep receiving them for years and years and years.

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  135. Re Giuliani, I believe it was a James Corbett report re 9/11 that claimed he had an office suite in one of the twin towers or adjacent that he evacuated shortly before that day. I've been suspicious of him since then, but I'm pretty happy with him right now.

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  136. My only wish is for the BOOM to happen before Thanksgiving Day. It would make for great conversation around the dinner table.

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  137. @84 "Ibram Kendi Says Term 'Legal Vote' Is Racist, Just like 'Handouts' And 'Personal Responsibility'
    Can we get this guy a ticket to Zimbabwe or Wakanda already?"

    Skip the way-stations and just send him express to hell!

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  138. @98 "close enough in that election that whether or not to count paper ballots that were uncompletely punched became an issue."

    I suppose I'm too wedded to reality to understand why there is so much effort put into helping people who cannot figure out HOW to follow the system successfully!

    If you are not capable of figuring out how to procure and present actual picture ID, then you are not capable of participating in voting.

    If you are not capable of figuring out how to successfully operate WHATEVER balloting system your state offers, then you are not capable of participating in voting.

    If you are too old or demented or illiterate or just lazy to figure out how to operate and submit a ballot, then you are not capable of participating in voting.

    If you are not interested enough in voting that you check a month beforehand to make SURE you're registered and set up properly to vote, then you are not capable of participating in voting.

    Frustrating.

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  139. With electronic voting systems, we have no need to count ballots, really. It could be:
    1. Voters register with personal ID to vote. A database entry is created and a voter number is assigned.
    2. Voters use their voter number to generate a scannable paper ballot and/or vote receipt. A database entry is generated and the voter is provided their ballot ID number.
    3. At any time, the list of voters who registered and every ballot is viewable digitally. The state and citizen retain a paper copy for audit.
    4. Citizens can use their ballot ID to verify that their vote doesn't "flip".
    5. Auditors can validate against paper ballots which, in the most extreme cases, can be tracked back to registered voters for verification.

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  140. crescent wrench wrote:@100

    Paper ballots, photographed by the scanner and uploaded immediately to 3, geographically separated, write once read many archives that are open to the public for audit.

    That is exploitable. Since there is no air gap, it's remotely exploitable.

    Physical world security is easy and intuitive. Stop with the techno-fixes. Technology is the problem, not the solution. We don't need automated counting and efficiency, we need real world auditable processes, just like we would use for cash.

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  141. Pseudotsuga wrote:Many older Newfoundlanders (who still remember when they were not part of Canada) still think that the vote to join the Dominion back in 1949 was rigged. I remember reading that the "join" vote was 51%-- a very small margin.

    That was the second vote, which took place because the first one didn't turn out the way Joey Smallwod wanted it.

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  142. Carl wrote:I've seen first hand how voting occurs in Canada. It's so different from the US, it's hard to believe. But you first must understand that Canadians only vote for elected officials. No voting for propositions. No voting for government officials like AG or dog catcher or sheriff. As a result, the ballots are very simple, only candidates for the members of parliament or mayor or city councilors are on the ballot.

    Here's the process.

    1. Voters must bring ID in order to vote. There are advance polls. Mail ballots only if the voter explains why they can't go to a polling station. No ballot harvesting is allowed.

    2. The voter's name is crossed off a list of registered voters who live near the polling station when the voter presents his ID.

    3. A paper ballot is given to the voter.

    4. After marking the ballot, the voter puts the marked ballot into a ballot box with observers from all political parties as witnesses.

    5. The vote is counted in the polling station. No moving the ballots to another location for counting. (I thought that was archaic. Now I understand why, no 3am ballot dumps at the loading ramp in a separate ballot counting building.)

    6.Each ballot is examined by the polling station staff and all the observers witness how the ballot is marked. The observers all keep their own vote count as to how the ballot was marked.

    7. Once all the ballots are counted, the totals from the election staff and all observers must be identical.

    8. The results are transmitted to Elections Canada and all the observers confirm that the transmitted results are identical to their own count.

    Canada has had voter ID for many decades. I don't believe there's been any hint of electoral fraud in Canada, let alone the enormous scale that occurred this year in the US.



    At least as late as the 2000 federal election, you didn't have to provide ID to vote if your name was on the voters list. You gave your name, and if you were on the list, you got your ballot. I don't recall when it changed. The U.S. might be the only "democracy" where the onus is on the voter to register, rather than on the state to register the voter.

    Elections Canada isn't as well-run as it used to be, but it's still a nonpartisan national agency enforcing national standards for national elections, with hand-counted paper ballots. I'll trust that any day over machines.

    Election officials at the polls in Canada aren't supposed to wear clothing with colours of any of the parties. No one, including voters, is allowed to wear campaign buttons at the polls, and anyone doing so is told to put them away until they've left the polling place. The partisan behaviour at the polls in the United States that I'm hearing and reading about would get these people fired, and maybe prosecuted, in Canada. In Canadian elections, candidates' representatives can observe the process, but can't interfere, and aren't supposed to even talk to the voters. If the deputy returning officer makes a decision that they don't like in regard to a ballot, they can register an objection, but can't overrule the decision.

    As far as the George Soros/Chinese Communist Trudeaupian puppet regime is concerned, that's the result of decades of bad parties, candidates, and policies, not chicanery by election officials at the polls.

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  143. And if that is too much work to count, then take the vote away from women.

    That should be done anyway. The 19th Amendment, like all of those other than the first ten, was a destructive mistake that needs to be rectified.

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  144. >> Now if only there is a way to stop their parasitism. So that they die on the vine.

    The price of freedom is ETERNAL VIGILANCE.

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