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Monday, November 30, 2020

So much for "certification"

The AZ state legislature does not appear to be impressed by the Secretary of State's decision to certify the election results while the ongoing hearings were proving the massive amount of vote fraud that took place in the state:

Arizona state representative Mark Finchem (district 11) on Monday issued a call to withhold the state’s Electoral College votes for Joe Biden because “he believes there is enough significant evidence of fraud to invalidate the state’s votes.”

President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Trump campaign senior legal advisor Jenna Ellis appeared before Arizona state lawmakers in a public hearing on Monday. 

The hearing was chaired by Representative Mark Finchem with a number of House and Senate members on the hearing panel. Trump’s legal team brought out many credible witnesses again on Monday who testified on the Dominion voting machines and other irregularities that point to outright Democrat voter fraud.

They delivered the smoking gun that I wanted to see. Meanwhile the Swamp creatures are clearly getting scared.

Schumer wants the Senate to vote to confirm Biden's cabinet RIGHT NOW. ASAP. YESTERDAY IF POSSIBLE.

What's the rush, Chuck? 

57 comments:

  1. Giuliani and Ellis are American heroes.

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  2. The GEOTUS works in mysterious ways!

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  3. Yeah, I saw VD got his data packets being sent via interent to foreign soil. That is a big boom.

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  4. It's astonishing that Ducey still thinks he will escape this alive.

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  5. Yes well that's good because it appears thst despite the good Colnels efforts, the PA Legislature has pussied out.

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  6. Surely, if web traffic went from the US to Germany, the NSA must have picked up that traffic? And then, President Trump ought to be able to have a FISA court give him a warrant to investigate that traffic?

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  7. @4:

    There was a recall initiative started here over the summer against RINO Ducey that appears not to have gone anywhere. Maybe it will get a new lease on life in the wake of this fiasco. Lots of us want him gone, yesterday, for a whole bucket full of reasons.

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  8. Ducey's Italian side has been up to its eyeballs in organized crime for 100 years. In Ohio and Arizona.

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  9. Mark Finchem "When Satan wants to extinguish a light he will stop at nothing."

    Great now be the first state legislature with the balls to act.

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  10. These big hearings are deprogramming lots of people off the fake news narrative. If this operation is meant to ensure a break from their falsehoods, I would say it is going quite well. Think a lot of people are getting close to ready for some stronger information.

    Not certain the court cases or even the legislators are the big fish here.

    Chuck is clearly scared, this can't be going well for them.

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  11. His Body Language was as filthy as it gets; complete Tell from even a mile away for even the most Normie observer.

    Crying Chuck is in full blown panic mode; as are all the other Seditious Demon-Rats.

    https://nitter.dark.fail/paul_furber/status/1333473773656403970?fbclid=IwAR14wWThkXKzHU2rxdba_sHBd8xkknlUIMYqEjFUT0eZLO3_ETW2YkPCRVg#m

    DOJAnon a couple of hours ago noted that the President will be addressing the nation soon (sometime later this week) where he Nukes all the Criminality live on Television (with DOJ and military personnel by his side, going through the numbers).

    Chuck and his buddies know that the sealed indictments are about to be unsealed and go live; and the inevitable Crack Down on them is *near*. Tis will be EPIC!

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  12. A term I keep seeing in reports is "voter fraud". That's not the issue we're facing. Our Republic is under attack by a group of organizations that seek to abuse our election systems to monopolize political and cultural power in the country.

    A better term for this is "election fraud".

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    1. Across 6 states? That’s election fraud conspiracy.

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    2. I think it was on a Dr Casio video where he mentioned both terms are applicable: old fashioned oter fraud referring dead people voting, fake ballots etc AND electoral fraud referring to systematic manipulation of the counts via IT malware.

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    3. Election Fraud...they want to discredit constitutional elections and democratic government everywhere...

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  13. Interesting about the rushed cabinet hearings (to start Jan. 5 post-GA runoff) because it assumes that the D's will take the majority...almost as if they anticipate the outcome...wonder why that could be?

    Anyway, it's illegal on its face since no official appointments can be made by a "president-elect".

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  14. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/pennsylvania-house-gop-leaders-lawmakers-wont-meet-again-this-year

    Looks like the Rubicon is going to get crossed a lot faster than anticipated.

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    1. PA legislature session was always ending today so it was always a 99% chance they were going to have to call an emergency session to dispute election certification. These state legislators are most likely hoping for a SCOTUS decision to give them political cover. All any of them care about is their reelection.

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  15. Looks like someone already mentioned the Pennsylvania legislature.

    Of course, things are moving way beyond courts and legislatures.

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  16. Uhh, breaking procedure and setting a wired precidence like this is scared.

    I was hoping AZ would certify because if it is clearly railroading Trump this would force a SCOTUS hearing as there is clearly no justice at state level.

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  17. @ JHypers - nor is Biden actually the president elect yet…

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  18. JHypers wrote:Anyway, it's illegal on its face since no official appointments can be made by a "president-elect".Don't expect knowledge gained by experience from Chuck. Knowledge and intelligence are not really his thing.

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  19. "Getting scared" is right. Saw a national ad on TeeeVeee just before Packers v. Bears. Ad damn near told Trump to resign so 'the nation could move forward' with Biden.

    "The more he spoke of his honesty, the faster we counted our coins."

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    1. That kind of shit is why I no longer have a television.

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  20. Schumer is disgusting. Can't wait to see him cry when Trump takes office.

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  21. Snidely Whiplash wrote:JHypers wrote:Anyway, it's illegal on its face since no official appointments can be made by a "president-elect".Don't expect knowledge gained by experience from Chuck. Knowledge and intelligence are not really his thing.

    You would think (((Chuck))) would be smarter than that given his lineage.

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  22. @14

    Picking electors for the Electoral College isn't legislation.

    "“We are physically unable to consider any new legislation before the end of session,” they wrote in the statement. “A simple resolution takes three legislative days for consideration and a concurrent resolution takes five legislative days to move through both chambers, which means we do not have the time needed to address any new resolutions in our current session.” "

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  23. You would think (((Chuck))) would be smarter than that given his lineage.
    He's nowhere near as smart as Harry Reid.
    Reid worked his way up and knew the racket, being the former Chair of the Nevada gaming commission.
    Schumer is a career politician who never knew struggle.

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  24. Chuck Shumer should be slicing corned beef at a NYC deli. At least he would be useful in that regard.

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  25. Some of these rumors aren't consistent with others. If Biden has had some sort of electronic bracelet locked on his ankle, then it makes very little sense for Schumer to talk about getting Biden's appointments confirmed.

    Conversely, Schumer's demand that Biden have his appointment confirmed before the Electoral College convenes and while Trump is still President is unprecedented and bizarre on its face. If he's not scared, he's certainly in a weird mental place, and probably not from giddy joy.

    --Erich Schwarz

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    1. I think it would if some of those appointments were for the DOD and the DOJ

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  26. Schumer wants the Senate to vote to confirm Biden's cabinet RIGHT NOW. ASAP. YESTERDAY IF POSSIBLE.

    Really? Does Chuckie the Clown even realize that such nominees have to be nominated by a sitting president?

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  27. Why would Chuck be smart because of his lineage? His lineage was stupid enough to think killing Jesus was a good thing.

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  28. D. wrote:“We are physically unable to consider any new legislation before the end of session,”
    You know who sets all those procedures, deadlines and waiting times?

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  29. They need that cabinet in place for the coup. Trump makes some moves out of the White House, but this is not to make room for Biden. It's to move the capitol out of DC.


    It should be dawning on the sold out corrupt traitors in the GOP that what the leftists know and have been holding over theirs heads, we also know. There is really no escape for them at this point. Might as well play nice so they at least get to slither off with an empty wallet and no name.

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  30. well, it looks like the Coof might have gotten Ben Bova:
    https://twitter.com/KathrynBruscoBk/status/1333160997104873474?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1333160997104873474%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.tor.com%2F2020%2F11%2F30%2Flegendary-science-fiction-author-ben-bova-has-passed-at-the-age-of-88%2F

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  31. Looks like everyone is abandoning the constitutional timeline for elections. Maybe Trump WILL be sworn in in December.

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  32. @31

    "You know who sets all those procedures, deadlines and waiting times?"

    The state legislature can at anytime between now and when the Electoral College meets to select the electors. The state legislature sets any conditions about how this done. No outside government bodies have any say in the matter.

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  33. What's the rush, Chuck... reminds me of a Phunk Junkeez song from back in the day.

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  34. "Update from @codemonkey. Says he has a MOAB."


    https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/105302884365723617

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  35. Dear Lord this is getting stupid.
    I keep thinking of that cop in South Park saying "alright kids move along nothing to see here."

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  36. @19:

    Saw a national ad on TeeeVeee just before Packers v. Bears. Ad damn near told Trump to resign so 'the nation could move forward' with Biden.

    Given wokeball's ever-dwindling viewership, I'm guessing that you were one of probably no more than a hundred people to see that ad.

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  37. What struck me was the ebullience in President Trump’s voice during his Arizona testimony today.

    Contrast that with the cognitive dissonance of the corrupt corporate Agenda News and Social Media — as demonstrated by Chuckie in this case — which never ceases to amaze.

    They really seem to think — perhaps hope is the better word — that President Trump will play by their rule book.

    If that were so, he would have long ago conceded and headed to Florida for Thanksgiving and Christmastide.

    Epic days ahead. . . .

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  38. I tend to think that Ducey has gone over to the dark side, and the cert was spitting in the faces of the Trump people...Looks like Rubicon time...

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  39. Wow

    DEMOCRATS NUKE GEORGIA VOTING MACHINE SERVER ON "ACCIDENT" DURING RECOUNT

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/1XdArBeAOAnG/

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  40. Chuckie really is an evil little bitch.

    In Washington you have two benches ready to go when power changes hands. There's a shockingly expansive Democrat bench filled with people from the DNC and all the NGOs and think tanks, and a much smaller Republican bench from the RNC and GOP think tanks. There's a surprisingly incestuous relationship between all these people in "social Washington" btw. This is basically the Deep State.

    Trump basically took over the GOP in a top-down hostile takeover and he had simple no bench. He had a very few great allies who could guide Trump's assembly, such as Kellyanne Conway his campaign manager (who is a wonderful lady). They poisoned even the well of her marriage by setting her husband at war against Trump and screwing that pooch. Or they had others such as General Flynn and Paul Manafort, whom they spied upon and prosecuted.

    Note that these Deep State people were absolutely at war against Trump before he was even sworn in, never gave him a chance.

    Trump experienced the most hostile and deceptive and outrageous transfer of power ever noted in Washington, under a hidden, ruthless full-bore sabotage operation.

    And just look at Chuckie!!! Note he's not asking or demanding anything from Trump. He knows damned well he has zero grounds to do so. Not after what he and his folks did. He's trying to put the screws on Trump on the way out just as they put the screws on Trump in the way in.

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  41. @46- "This is basically the Deep State"

    I agree, except to clarify that the Deep State is a subset of these people. Plus probably other mysterious folk who don't fit into such congenial societies.

    You describe the more partisan layer of Permanent Government. Deep State is Permanent Government, but not all Permanent Government is Deep State. One requires special entree for that, and not all political appointees qualify.

    I might further be so good as to suggest there is more than one Deep State, but that's not really germane.

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  42. Major Styles wrote:Chuck Shumer should be slicing corned beef at a NYC deli. At least he would be useful in that regard.

    I think you meant to say Tel Aviv.

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  43. If the GOP at the top of these states and McConnell's national machine fail to protect the vote it's time to burn them down.

    I guarantee if you allow the GOP to properly implode we'll have a movement that will make Bolsonaro look like a pinko within a senatorial term, and it will do a better job in whatever gerrymandered spoils the current GOP set up in the 2 years they have left to exist.

    Anyone who doesn't believe me only needs to look at how the DNC sacrificed their own blue dogs from 2008-2010 and have more power now with an utterly repellant platform than they used to as squishes. Keep in mind California passed prop 8. That's how popular an ultra-right agenda will be, and how popular a president who says "they've made their ruling, now let them enforce it" would be.

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  44. At this point I am so hopeful and on the edge of my seat with anticipation, still, have one major fear. That we will run out of popcorn before this ends. Maybe we should diversify our snack orders?

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  45. Some of these rumors aren't consistent with others.

    You're wrong, at least with the two examples you gave.

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  46. Remember back in 2008, pretty much the day after Juan McVain threw in the towel, the same Democrats/Media/Etc. were screaming that Dubya should just resign and let the milk-chocolate messiah take-over immediately? Good times.

    Yeah, they know how this all works. They just know their "education" "system" has programmed all the normies to believe otherwise.

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  47. dienw wrote:Does Chuckie the Clown even realize that such nominees have to be nominated by a sitting president?
    They can do whatever we let them get away with doing. Chuckie has always gotten away with stuff before, and this is just more stuff.

    We get the government we tolerate.

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  48. @33 Doc Jeep
    They need that cabinet in place for the coup. Trump makes some moves out of the White House, but this is not to make room for Biden. It's to move the capitol out of DC.

    No. The so-called cabinet would have no legitimacy; instead, it would be an openly revolutionary council: the American people would immediately understand the Democrat Party to be the foremost domestic enemy of the United States; any Americans who don't understand are also our enemies.

    Any country that confers with the revolutionaries would be openly exposing them selves as serious foreign enemies engaging in acts of war; that goes for England & MI6, Canada, Australia, and that pseudo-Hebrew occupied ME land mass.

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  49. Hi Vox,
    Instead of the local news, last night I watched the AZ Vote Certification on Newsmax. I’m sure this group is not normally videoed making what normally would be a routine, convivial, (even celebratory) event. But even with the panopticon of press present, it was off.

    They sat in silence except for the formal announcements of actions delivered in monotone, passing papers to be signed from one to the next. One man looked like I get when I’m dehydrated and my blood sugars are off, using all of his focus to keep from shaking.

    Even the woman placing the golden seal on the signed documents seemed weighted by her task.

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  50. "Schumer wants the Senate to vote to confirm Biden's cabinet RIGHT NOW. ASAP. YESTERDAY IF POSSIBLE."

    Republicucks in the Senate can't wait to oblige Mr. Schumer.

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