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ajoed3 1 point ago +1 / -0

The fallout from that seems to be proof of fraud, one way or another.

I really hope not because the impact of severe sentences for these things is not only important but ... very important! It will scare people from daring to do this again.

Surely some of them won't be able to get out with such simple excuses, if this is pursued thoroughly enough. If so, catching some worker with fraud and a stiff penalty will open the possibility that they rat out others for a reduced sentence.

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ajoed3 10 points ago +10 / -0

We should have organization prepared for the unfortunate event. I expect 2 things with high probability. Trump officially wins and the left doesn't acknowledge it and says it is a coup and tries violence and intimidation.

I'm not sure if Trump wins by ballot inspection and using legal vote counts to decide the electoral votes, or if it is not going to be inspected in a clean and official way, and electors are persuaded to vote Trump after demonstrating solid evidence of fraud, yet being unable to correct the exact count and just deciding to go for Trump. In the latter case, I expect the left to threaten massive violence and something like a civil war. First to try to pressure electors not to go against them, and secondly to pursue it if feasible.

Since right wingers own most of the guns, the main concerns in a large scale conflict are things like resource lines and control of key positions in military. Not sure if any pedes can offer perspectives on the likely scenarios we face on those fronts?

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ajoed3 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just saw the News about Brennan condemning the killing of the Iranian nuclear scientist. And I thought his depravity would no longer be surprising.

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ajoed3 2 points ago +2 / -0

I saw Seb Gorka playing a clip from Laura Ingraham's show where she said: 1) there are massive scandalous probs with the election we need to uncover; 2) this won't be "enough" votes to "overturn" the election. 3) I'd be lying to you if I said there was a good chance.

She's a gaslighter who must have bought into whatever her producers told her and is not an independent thinker, but, IMO...What a total liar, she's not dumb enough to believe that. This is simple fucking math and understanding of the legal rules.

If you call into question even one of the red-flag vote dumps which were hundreds of thousands for Biden after observers were expelled and they were 99.4% Biden, that alone is enough of a difference to switch the election.

People already showed if mail-in ballot rejection rates were similar to past elections, Trump wins handily. And this is something that can be verified and changed according to the law, because this WAS the law according to the real state authorities, the legislatures.

Even if you couldn't determine the exact fraudulent ballots or their number, Trump even has the option of convincing the legislature to use electors for him, if the security of the process had enough doubt (particularly if the reason for lack of verification came from the opposing party). It's fallacious to say we need an exact number, if you're paying attention. But we can get sufficient numbers either way. Just using Laura's behavior as an example, but to see someone who seemed red pilled go this route indicates a strong propaganda push at Fox. tl;dr can confirm they are dead. They will soon be a worthless asset appealing to the 100 Jeb Bush voters.

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ajoed3 2 points ago +2 / -0

I remember Dobbs on CNN used to do promos with a squinty and sarcastic voice (which seemed like he was barely containing his anger) about how terrible something that politicians were doing was. Didn't watch then, but seems like he was always uber based.

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ajoed3 1 point ago +1 / -0

The numbers need revision surely. 47*50,000 = 2.35 million. There were 3.37 million reported in PA altogether, so I think 2.35 is about all of the legitimate votes in the county in question or more.

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ajoed3 23 points ago +23 / -0

Heroic woman. Let's have her back when Rinos and doomers nitpick and complain.

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ajoed3 1 point ago +1 / -0

We had a good day today, Pedes. In a real good mood. I know we need to hold the line still but can we party for a little bit...

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ajoed3 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thought exercise: what act and record will qualify as "evidence". I'm honestly doubting a video of people caught deleting votes on an electronic system in Detroit would count in their world. Time to simply leave them in their world and not GAF.

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ajoed3 6 points ago +6 / -0

It was the literal reasoning of the PA judge earlier in the week. The illegal destruction of evidence that was needed to look into huge red flags is destroyed: nothing to fucking see.

It's hard to keep records, could be an innocent mistake due to the difficulty in counting and holding on to a USB. So the count was definitely no prob. At the same time, you should totally have faith that the same people responsible for this counted the original ballots right and followed all other rules.

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ajoed3 0 points ago +1 / -1

I don't care if he faces punishment or not, and he may legally deserve none unless there is evidence he directed it. As far as we know, the things he did were not illegal. Democrats and their shitbag allies were going to do this whoever Trump was against. We need to change laws in order to get anywhere, there, and we can't do it after the act.

There is however a shitload of people that need to be prosecuted. Everyone that destroyed ballots or envelopes broke Federal law, and can go to prison for 10 years. Threw out Trump military absentee ballots, you just broke the law. Bribed people for votes or harvested where illegal, you broke the law. Everyone that altered a USB broke the law. We need to send the thousands of them responsible to jail and make them scared shitless about ever contributing to this again. Anyone involved in a conspiracy to alter voting machines, or involved in software-related changes, broke a lot of laws.

The good news is even though nothing illegal was done, they're still going to be fucked if their not in political power. That's the implication from Hunter's emails. A lot of execs at Dominion would be scott-free even with proof they illegally altered the election, but their business will quickly be bankrupt (barring them selling the voting system to N. Korea). As for Joe Biden, let's face it he is already mentally dead. I care little if he is jailed, I just don't want him near power.

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ajoed3 2 points ago +2 / -0

More scary accurate parodies, ugh.

"Not enOUgh tO cHaNgE tHe oUtCOME OF AN ELECTION!!!"

PBS: "We're not going to waste our viewers time with false stories. We've got other ideas for your money."

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ajoed3 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whenever they do do something, it seems like they never take the lead. They might help a bit (by doing their jobs) at some point, but we can't count on them. Hoping to be wrong.

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ajoed3 3 points ago +3 / -0

These were swing counties? I assumed it was talking about Philly, one of those Dem strongholds. Either way, f-ing absurd. Go to hell fraud Democrats.

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ajoed3 8 points ago +8 / -0

It would be nice. But typically politics attracts the worst type of people. People who want power. The exact people who shouldn't have it. Exception: DJT, who did it reluctantly.

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ajoed3 2 points ago +2 / -0

We should retaliate against the school and make them famous for being fascists... Otherwise we are encouraging bullying like this. I'm a little confused how a school came to know of a planned testimony and made these threats. Surely that would be of borderline legality to discriminate against children for their parents' behavior.

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ajoed3 3 points ago +3 / -0

No. Only people who watch them go because they want their confirmation bias. Trust in MSM is at all time lows, anyone who wants to be informed uses other sources.

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ajoed3 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think the idea is Jesus will save people, but it doesn't tell people to sit back and wait to be saved. To my understanding, he was against passivity in all things.

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ajoed3 3 points ago +4 / -1

I don't disagree, but we are likely worse psychologically and culturally. I'm not historically literate enough to know, but I doubt we had so many in mainstream cultural institutions advocating for the death of reason as we do now. In those times, their extremists seem to mostly be reviled by the public. I assume less of their society thought their fascism was enlightened, or strongly endorsed it in the lead up.

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