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bucky_the_wonder_pig 1 point ago +1 / -0

Top reason why this is bullshit:

The ballots... er I mean the """elections officials"""... are kept 6 feet from the observers. Yet the observers are right next to each other, and there appear to be twice as many observers as """elections officials""" -- if this was about stopping fake COVID they'd have a shield up between them as well. As it is now, they've simply made it more likely to spread using their own logic.

Bob needs to light these people up. This makes the task of a proper audit impossible.

Ballot observers should simply CHALLENGE every single ballot since they cannot properly see it and verify its authenticity and legitimacy.

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 4 points ago +4 / -0

You could also display this own statement on it, too, rather than shilling techdirt smear jobs. https://www.inventorofemail.com/Shiva-Ayyadurai.asp

To be clear, Dr. Ayyadurai does not claim to have invented (nor has he ever claimed to have invented) electronic messaging. Methods for the transport of messages through electrical and electronic devices date back to the 1840s with the inventions of the telegraph and Morse Code. Dr. Ayyadurai also acknowledges that prior to 1978, many other individuals made important contributions toward the development of electronic messaging. However, Dr. Ayyadurai’s 1978 invention was the first to embody the features we experience today in modern email.

Fits perfectly in line with his claims: it's about his specific invention. Namely, it is a unified messaging system which embodies the feature set of what we call/know as email today. He's not wrong that he invented it. It's the same way that it's not wrong to say that Xerox invented the modern 'desktop environment' for computers, even though some bits and pieces were around in rudimentary forms in the 1960s.

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 2 points ago +2 / -0

Please sticky this. People in PA need to get on this independently of whatever is happening with the Trump legal stuff. This will burn time so PA can't certify quickly, and FORCE the recount issue from within the state.

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 2 points ago +2 / -0

More or less. It has "TRUMP" faintly over Biden -- and "FUTURE ON THIS" near shared priorities. There is something near look forward, but it's unreadable

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 1 point ago +1 / -0

See pic in title shot with the Curve bezier settings... not sure how gimp works, but you can probably replicate that?

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here's the archive of the thread: https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/288284101/#288288215

From the original anon who posted this, perhaps this will help.

Calculations here: https://pastebin.com/F65ivLYg

FOR DATA INTEGRITY PURPOSED IF ANYONE WANTS TO VERIFY RESULTS AGAINST THE RAW DATA: COLUMN OPERATIONS

Democrat downballot difference = voters[Votes Counted for Biden (President)]-voters[Votes Counted for Dem Senator]

Difference between presidential votes & voters = voters[Voters]-voters[Votes Counted for President]

Difference between Senator votes & voters = voters[Voters]-voters[Votes Counted for Senator]

Election turnout for Presidential Votes = voters[Votes Counted for President]/voters[Voters]

Election turnout for Senator Votes = voters[Votes Counted for Senator]/voters[Voters]

Republican downballot difference = voters[Votes Counted for Trump (President)]-voters[Votes Counted for Rep Senator]

Total % difference in Election turnout between Senator & President = voters[Election turnout for Presidential Votes]-voters[Election turnout for Senator Votes]

Votes Counted for Biden (President) = calculate(SUM( MI_results[CandidateVotes]), filter(MI_results,MI_results[CountyName]=voters[CountyName]), filter(MI_results, MI_results[OfficeDescription]="President of the United States 4 Year Term (1) Position"), filter(MI_results, MI_results[PartyName]="DEM"))

Votes Counted for Dem Senator = calculate(SUM( MI_results[CandidateVotes]), filter(MI_results,MI_results[CountyName]=voters[CountyName]), filter(MI_results, MI_results[OfficeDescription]="United States Senator 6 Year Term (1) Position"), filter(MI_results, MI_results[PartyName]="DEM"))

Votes Counted for President = calculate(SUM( MI_results[CandidateVotes]), filter(MI_results,MI_results[CountyName]=voters[CountyName]), filter(MI_results, MI_results[OfficeDescription]="President of the United States 4 Year Term (1) Position"))

Votes Counted for Rep Senator = calculate(SUM( MI_results[CandidateVotes]), filter(MI_results,MI_results[CountyName]=voters[CountyName]), filter(MI_results, MI_results[OfficeDescription]="United States Senator 6 Year Term (1) Position"), filter(MI_results, MI_results[PartyName]="Rep"))

Votes Counted for Senator = calculate(SUM( MI_results[CandidateVotes]), filter(MI_results,MI_results[CountyName]=voters[CountyName]), filter(MI_results, MI_results[OfficeDescription]="United States Senator 6 Year Term (1) Position"))

Votes Counted for Trump (President) = calculate(SUM( MI_results[CandidateVotes]), filter(MI_results,MI_results[CountyName]=voters[CountyName]), filter(MI_results, MI_results[OfficeDescription]="President of the United States 4 Year Term (1) Position"), filter(MI_results, MI_results[PartyName]="REP"))

MEASURE OPERATIONS

Democrat Downballot difference aggregate = sum(voters[Democrat downballot difference])

Republican Downballot difference aggregate = sum(voters[Republican downballot difference])

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is simply a repost from 4chan /vfg/

HELP SPREAD INFORMATION.

Reposting again so the downballot deviations in MI don't get memoryholed:

I keep trying to get attention to this but threads are moving fast and getting pruned. I did an analysis of the downbalot deviaitons in MI.

DOWNBALLOT DEVIATIONS POSITIVE FOR BIDEN, INDICATING BALLTOTS SUBMITTED WHICH VOTED FOR BIDEN AS PRES WITH NO DEM SENATOR.

DOWNBALLOT DEVIATIONS FOR TRUMP OVERWHELMINGY NEGATIVE, INDICATING THAT MANY STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN BALLOTS WERE SWITCHED TO VOTE FOR BIDEN - BUT LOW IQ USEFUL IDIOTS FORGOT TO SWITCH THE SENATOR VOTES.

I USED DATA FROM A DIFFERENT ANONS POST, HERE IS HIS DATA DUMP:

RAW DATA:

Michigan Election Results by county

I have created a python program that reads a CSV file of the election results in MI as well as a CSV of the number of registered voters per county. It makes researching the numbers much easier. If you are a programmer, you can use it as a starting point for some statistical analysis.

Right now if you put in a county, it will return: Trump votes Biden Votes Dem Congress Votes Rep Congress Votes Trump Percentage Biden Percentage Dem congress percent Rep congress percent Differences between congress votes and president votes (DEMDifference and REPDifference) Total votes (president) Total congress votes Registered voter count Turnout (percent)

I have only looked at a couple counties but this could help find inconsistencies in the numbers.

It requires 2 CSV files which are linked at the top of the code.

https://pastebin.com/MQb4u294

Bonus: csv from the 4th around 11:00PM EST https://gofile.io/d/az8xYn

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's complete bullshit. Rather than put false hope in this larp, people need to be out protesting, making noise, etc.

If by some miracle this isn't a stupid larp, then great. But don't rely on this.

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 8 points ago +8 / -0

California

PROP 22 - VOTE NO

NO ON 22 The shitty GOP here supports 22, but all this does if give Big Tech a break on labor. Fuck that. No on 22. Make them repeal AB5.

If 22 passes in California, AB5 continues to fuck over truckers, contractors, etc. The only hope of repealing AB5 lies in getting tech to throw a shit-fit and pushing Sacramento to repeal it all.

**NO ON 22. **

Fuck the California worthless never-trump GOP.

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bucky_the_wonder_pig 8 points ago +8 / -0

He’s not saying don’t take extreme action. He’s just saying to fairly recognize what is extreme versus what is not. Everyone needs to have that filter or things go sideways.

Shooting someone in self defense is extreme by anyone’s measure - it’s taking a life and there is no more severe an action. If I shoot someone in self defense I will be called upon to account for my actions because they are outside the norms of typical human interaction in society. But under the right conditions both under Natural law principles, morals, and our legal system it’s justified to kill another. Perhaps even required, dare I say.

Declaring war is along the same vein.

The Declaration of Independence was quite literally a list of grievances and reasons why extreme actions (a revolutionary war for independence and self governance) called for by the Founding Fathers were justified. It’s the lead-in sentence. It’s there to demonstrate to others why their cause is legitimate and such radical measures (war) had to be taken and are justified.

When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

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