US post-election thread III: From Kraken to calamari

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  1. rickw

    Stalin lived in luxury.
    Soviet people starved.
    Real Communism in action.

    CCP honchos all had a Dacha’s and a side arms.

    Everyone else had blockhouse grey accommodation and definitely no side arms.

  2. Terry

    ‘He might even have to hop aboard ‘Air Force 1 Elect’’
    Yes, I can just see “ol’ Heels Up” packing his ‘chute and playing with the ejector handle.

  3. Frank

    woolfe
    #3671682, posted on November 26, 2020 at 2:33 pm
    Donald should sub contract any executions to Kim in North Korea.

    Eaten by dogs springs to mind.

  4. mh:
    Parlers registration process is bloody stupid.
    7 times I tried their frigging capcha thingy.
    They can go fuck themselves.

  5. cohenite

    You did, or just kidding?

    Both. Nah, just kidding. I got my law degree in Sydney. In Chinatown.

  6. cohenite

    Parlers registration process is bloody stupid.
    7 times I tried their frigging capcha thingy.
    They can go fuck themselves.

    I thought it was just me; it’s insane.

  7. thefrollickingmole

    Parlers registration process is bloody stupid.
    7 times I tried their frigging capcha thingy.

    Im unsure why people have problems, maybe an operating system or browser issue?

    Not that it excuses it not working for people.
    Ive just logged back on, captcha was ok.

  8. Indolent

    The captcha is only for the original setup. What you’re in it will load automatically. I’ve done this on several devices.

  9. Anthony

    What was that great old Christmas song: It’s beginning to look a lot like cheating, everywhere we go…

  10. Indolent

    Jan Jekielek
    @JanJekielek
    ·
    9m
    .
    @SidneyPowell1
    and her team have posted their Georgia lawsuit; here’s the direct link.

    “COMPLAINT FOR DECLARATORY, EMERGENCY, AND
    PERMANENT INJUNCTIVE RELIEF”

    https://defendingtherepublic.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/COMPLAINT-CJ-PEARSON-V.-KEMP-11.25.2020.pdf

  11. TFM:

    Parlers registration process is bloody stupid.
    7 times I tried their frigging capcha thingy.

    I’m using Brave.
    The funny thing is that I have the same problem on Instapundit with their How Many Crosswalks in the Pictures thingy.

  12. thefrollickingmole

    Long document, difficult to see if it will get up at all or not, makes some big claims.

    As explained and demonstrated in the accompanying redacted
    declaration of a former electronic intelligence analyst under 305th Military
    Intelligence with experience gathering SAM missile system electronic
    intelligence, the Dominion software was accessed by agents acting on behalf
    of China and Iran in order to monitor and manipulate elections, including the
    most recent US general election in 2020
    . This Declaration further includes a
    copy of the patent records for Dominion Systems in which Eric Coomer is
    listed as the first of the inventors of Dominion Voting Systems. (See
    Attached hereto as Exh. 8, copy of redacted witness affidavit, 17 pages,
    November 23, 2020).
    15.
    Expert Navid Keshavarez-Nia explains that US intelligence services
    had developed tools to infiltrate foreign voting systems including Dominion.
    He states that Dominion’s software is vulnerable to data manipulation by
    unauthorized means and permitted election data to be altered in all
    battleground states. He concludes that hundreds of thousands of votes that
    were cast for President Trump in the 2020 general election were transferred
    to former Vice-President Biden. (Exh. 26).

  13. thefrollickingmole

    Winston Smith VRWC Pty Ltd

    Silly question, but you do capitalize and lower case the same?

  14. Anybody confirm??

    Sheesh, looks legit to me.
    104 pages?
    See that Helen?
    😃😈
    No coincidences

  15. Gab

    Stalin lived in luxury.
    Soviet people starved.
    Real Communism in action.

    He was on a train travelling through Russia and one of his aides noticed all the starving people and asked Stalin how this could be solved. Stalin replied ”Draw down the blinds”.

  16. caveman

    My 8 Trillion Mc Billion at $30/1 will buy houses for all or cardboard boxes.
    Box on Mr Trump

  17. thefrollickingmole

    Had a quick skim.

    Lots depends on the witnessess/experts.

    However a second very strong case can be made of the actual legislation on election running in the state being massively ignored.
    So on procedure the case looks strong.

  18. Some History

    Esther Phillips – What A Difference A Day Makes

  19. It looks like the affiants are
    on the march. Uniforms pressed, weapons cleaned, they salute their fearless, if a little reckless, General Sidney Powell as they proceed down Pennsylvania Avenue. They have been promised support by an Old Bastards Brigade, from somewhere called Catallaxy.

    (Some weak jokes there, but this suit makes me a bit light headed.)

    7.03 it is JC, and for extra homework, (for you are bound to have defaulted in some respect),you are to repeat what I say in your own words.

  20. 30/1…
    Remember those days?
    I mean, yesterday?
    ☹️😒😒🤣
    Zippy has shown superior betting strategy this Election.
    Tinny bastard.

  21. thefrollickingmole

    What relief they request from the courts…

    For these reasons, Plaintiff asks this Court to enter a judgment in
    their favor and provide the following emergency relief:
    1. An order directing Governor Kemp, Secretary Raffensperger and the
    Georgia State Board of Elections to de-certify the election results;
    2. An order enjoining Governor Kemp from transmitting the currently
    certified election results to the Electoral College;
    3. An order requiring Governor Kemp to transmit certified election
    results that state that President Donald Trump is the winner of the
    election;
    101
    4. An immediate order to impound all the voting machines and
    software in Georgia for expert inspection by the Plaintiffs.
    5. An order that no votes received or tabulated by machines that were
    not certified as required by federal and state law be counted.
    6. A declaratory judgment declaring that Georgia Secretary of State
    Rule 183-1-14-0.9-.15 violates the Electors and Elections Clause,
    U.S. CONST. art. I, § 4;
    7. A declaratory judgment declaring that Georgia’s failed system of
    signature verification violates the Electors and Elections Clause by
    working a de facto abolition of the signature verification
    requirement;
    8. A declaratory judgment declaring that current certified election
    results violates the Due Process Clause, U.S. CONST. Amend. XIV;
    9. A declaratory judgment declaring that mail-in and absentee ballot
    fraud must be remedied with a Full Manual Recount or statistically
    valid sampling that properly verifies the signatures on absentee
    ballot envelopes and that invalidates the certified results if the
    recount or sampling analysis shows a sufficient number of ineligible
    absentee ballots were counted;
    102
    10. An emergency declaratory judgment that voting machines be
    Seized and Impounded immediately for a forensic audit—by
    plaintiffs’ expects;
    11. A declaratory judgment declaring absentee ballot fraud occurred
    in violation of Constitutional rights, Election laws and under state
    law;
    12. A permanent injunction prohibiting the Governor and Secretary
    of State from transmitting the currently certified results to the
    Electoral College based on the overwhelming evidence of election
    tampering;
    13. Immediate production of 36 hours of security camera recording of
    all rooms used in the voting process at State Farm Arena in Fulton
    County, GA from 12:00am to 3:00am until 6:00pm on November 3.

    14. Plaintiffs further request the Court grant such other relief as is
    just and proper, including but not limited to, the costs of this action
    and their reasonable attorney fees and expenses pursuant to 42
    U.S.C. 1988.

    I think 13 will be interesting.

  22. Great stuff, Frollicking.
    Keep digging

  23. Video receipts?
    Lol
    V.sloppy work everywhere
    🤣😎😎

  24. The Steal is broken.
    Now it’s the anchor around they neck.
    Or as I’d put it -Boomerang.
    Haha
    45D chess.
    Phew

  25. caveman

    30/1…
    Remember those days?
    I mean, yesterday?

    It doesn’t matter 30/1 or 2/1 , the winner will be…….. democracy.
    *plays music…..fade out*

  26. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    Tinny bastard.

    average down

  27. Lol, Trump 13/[email protected]
    Only $334 on offer though!
    Soros not laying Trump anymore?

  28. calli

    Whew. Read it.

    Lots on Dominion and Smartmatic. Just Kraken ink unless it can be proved that the thing was accessed remotely. They might have the goods on that now, who knows.

    Procedural stuff is pretty damning.

    Point 3. is Top of the Pops for me, natch. With a crow garnish.

  29. $155k ready to lay Hiden though.
    Slightly lower return.
    #Betfairhack for any Cats with more serious coin to throw down.

  30. kaysee

    Georgia Complaint lists 7 plaintiffs.
    From 18-year-old plaintiff CJ Pearson

    Reading through the suit now.

    I am honored to serve as a plaintiff in this lawsuit – represented by @SidneyPowell1
    – in my capacity as a Republican nominee to the Electoral College – as we seek to restore integrity to our elections and Stop The Steal.

    The Kraken is here.

  31. Shut up – my Betfair average is a feeble 4.06.
    Goddamit!!
    🤣🤣

  32. thefrollickingmole

    Gunner Im not convinced unless the expert witnessess have some strong stuff to back it up.

    For instance there is mention of China/foreign actors interfering but nothing I spotted in the skim outlining it beyond references to vulnerabilities if they are internet connected.

    This might be something..
    Plaintiffs have learned that the representation about “a water leak
    affecting the room where absentee ballots were counted” was not true. The
    only water leak that needed repairs at State Farm Arena from November 3 –
    November 5 was a toilet overflow that occurred earlier on November 3. It
    had nothing to do with a room with ballot counting, but the false water break
    representation led to “everyone being sent home.” Nonetheless, first six (6)
    people, then three (3) people stayed until 1:05 a.m. working on the
    computers.

    But like I said I think its on strongest ground where it points out the massive breaches in procedure.

    The Georgia Election Code instructs those who handle absentee ballots
    to follow a clear procedure:
    Upon receipt of each [absentee] ballot, a registrar or clerk shall write
    the day and hour of the receipt of the ballot on its envelope. The
    registrar or clerk shall then compare the identifying information
    on the oath with the information on file in his or her office, shall
    compare the signature or make on the oath with the signature or
    mark on the absentee elector’s voter card or the most recent update
    to such absentee elector’s voter registration card and application for
    absentee ballot or a facsimile of said signature or maker taken from
    said card or application, and shall, if the information and signature
    appear to be valid and other identifying information appears to be
    correct, so certify by signing or initialing his or her name below the
    21
    voter’s oath. Each elector’s name so certified shall be listed by the
    registrar or clerk on the numbered list of absentee voters prepared
    for his or her precinct.
    ,,,,,
    The Georgia Legislature also provided for the steps to be followed by
    County Officials with respect to defective absentee ballots:
    If the elector has failed to sign the oath, or if the
    signature does not appear to be valid, or if the elector has failed
    to furnish required information or information so furnished does
    not conform with that on file in the registrar’s or clerk’s office,
    or if the elector is otherwise found disqualified to vote, the registrar
    or clerk shall write across the face of the envelope “Rejected,” giving
    the reason therefor. The board of registrars or absentee ballot clerk
    shall promptly notify the elector of such rejection, a copy of which
    notification shall be retained in the files of the board of registrars or
    absentee ballot clerk for at least one year.

  33. kaysee

    Page 10

    Additionally, incontrovertible evidence Board of Elections records demonstrates that at least 96,600 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as being returned to county election boards by the voter. Thus, at a minimum, 96,600 votes must be disregarded. (See Attached hereto, Exh. 9, R. Ramsland Aff.)

  34. calli

    Interesting that some polling centres were on-line without their knowledge. How does that happen?

  35. Thanks kaysee, followed that young man.
    Respect
    MAGA

  36. Stimpson J. Cat

    From Kraken to calamari

    Imagine actually listening to Election Fraud Takes from someone who supported a drug cheating football team full of potential peptide greatness?
    It’s like asking a Libertarian to spell the word “Winning”, they just look at you blankly.

    Ha ha ha ha ja ja ha ja!!!

  37. calli

    Never underestimate the greatness of potential peptides. Not the pods, mind. I’m told they taste funny.

  38. calli, please, the C_A only employs the best operatives/systems!
    Hubris will be their Downfall.
    V.sloppy stuff!
    And SpaceForce was inside they networks for the last 2 years.
    We Have It All.
    Nothing can stop what’s coming now!

  39. All this talk of Krakens has enticed the shy Stimps cat out of his ward!

  40. kaysee

    Pennsylvania:
    Testimony from Gregory Stenstrom, data scientist observer from Delaware County (14:17)

    Gregory Stenstrom, a Navy veteran and data scientist from #Delaware County, testified that he observed a “forensically destructive” process onelection night that should call into question anywhere from 100,000 to 120,000 votes.

  41. Sorry I told everyone you were ded, confirmed
    😕

  42. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    $155k ready to lay Hiden though.

    Don’t understand how these lay bets work.

  43. Stimpson J. Cat

    Zippy,
    if you win big I expect you to buy me the most expensive and lustrous golden mid-back length wig on the market.

    Also a small 10% commision.

    But the wig is more important, let’s be honest.

  44. Zip – Biden, to lay, 1.05.
    You put $50 down to win $1k.
    $50 on Trump will get you $1035.
    But you can get a larger amount on.

  45. Sinclair Davidson

    Tailgunner – you promised me they’d never find Stimpson’s body.

    Yet here he is.

  46. Joe Biden, America’s favourite son, has smashed all-time voting records.
    Pundits put it down to his remarkable connection to the American people. His rally’s were lit!

    Case closed, your Honour.
    🤣🤣🤣

  47. calli

    He’s a Cat. Eight left.

  48. Stimpson J. Cat

    I’m more alive than James Hirds coaching career, that’s for sure!

  49. John of Mel

    Yet here he is.

    How do we know it’s not an impostor.

  50. John of Mel

    I’m more alive than James Hirds coaching career, that’s for sure!

    Looks legit. Welcome back Stimpson!

  51. Stimpson J. Cat

    How do we know it’s not an impostor.

    Ask me what type of shorts I am wearing.

  52. Yet here he is

    Ummmm…
    Does this mean we took out the wrong bald guy in denim shorts?

  53. Gab

    The Kraken? Sidney Powell lawsuit in Georgia

    And in PA.
    Shame about the misspelled word in the title though.

  54. kaysee

    From the Gregory Stenstrom video, above:

    47 USB cards are missing from election machines and they are nowhere to be found.

  55. calli

    Yes. I found a couple of typos too.

    Don’t these kids proof read any more?

  56. The not very bright Marcus

    Sounds like you got the Sydney Simpson there Gunner

  57. thefrollickingmole

    Stimpys back.

    His first act, poking the lion with the ‘orses ‘ed ‘andle.

  58. Mater

    Ask me what type of shorts I am wearing.

    C’mon Stimpy, give us your answer.
    I’ll validate you if the answer is correct.

  59. The Kraken lawsuit is based on a Q drop. It’s going to get laughed out of court, if it even gets there. Powell is going to be disbarred if she follows through with it.

  60. Dot

    The Kraken lawsuit is based on a Q drop.

    Who told you to repeat this monty?

  61. thefrollickingmole

    Monty.

    As mentioned Im skeptical on the witnessed/experts side of things, however on procedural grounds with regards to written instructions on HOW the votes are to be handled the case appears sound.

    If they violated their own processes badly enough to bring the margin of defeat into question then its sure to end up with the Supremes.

  62. Stimpson J. Cat

    Monty can you please stop posting Q conspiracy theories on this serious Vietnam/Blockchain/Malcolm Turnbull Fan Site.

    Once again,
    I am forced to be the lone voice of sanity and reason.

    Outrageous!!!

  63. thefrollickingmole

    I am forced to be the lone voice of sanity and reason.

    Fake news.

  64. cohenite

    Indolent
    #3671789, posted on November 26, 2020 at 4:31 pm
    Jan Jekielek
    @JanJekielek
    ·
    9m
    .
    @SidneyPowell1
    and her team have posted their Georgia lawsuit; here’s the direct link.

    “COMPLAINT FOR DECLARATORY, EMERGENCY, AND
    PERMANENT INJUNCTIVE RELIEF”

    https://defendingtherepublic.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/COMPLAINT-CJ-PEARSON-V.-KEMP-11.25.2020.pdf

    The Dominion complaint is a process complaint: to wit any ballot counting process which cannot be checked is invalid. The Dominion counting process cannot be checked within the machine itself because of its programming and is therefore invalid. On top of that the many documented examples of electoral fraud involving the Dominion machine consistent with that being its purpose, to manipulate election results. She has the expert witnesses and employee witnesses for this.

  65. JC

    Monst

    You’re now an expert on US election law?

    Who knew.

    Get back in the basement.. Now!

  66. Bar Beach Swimmer

    kaysee
    #3671862, posted on November 26, 2020 at 5:20 pm
    Pennsylvania:
    Testimony from Gregory Stenstrom, data scientist observer from Delaware County (14:17)

    How do State Republicans deal with so many concerned citizens and how will those same citizens multiplied respond if nothing is done? Without the support of the citizenry (and especially for them) Republican electors, those members may not be re-elected. The fact that the steal has been so big so as to counteract the huge numbers who voted for President Trump must be causing much disquiet to these various state legislature panels. I see rock and hard place ahead.

  67. FelixKruell

    Frolicking:

    So most of the relief requested is about things to help them prove fraud or corruption. Except this one:

    3. An order requiring Governor Kemp to transmit certified election
    results that state that President Donald Trump is the winner of the
    election;
    101

    Wouldn’t they need all their other relief first, before they could prove their claims, and then figure out the consequences on the count of the ‘legal’ votes.

    I guess it is easier to go straight for the outcome you want, before you have your evidence.

  68. Dot

    I guess it is easier to go straight for the outcome you want, before you have your evidence

    No! Evidence!

    Keep fucking that chicken, pal.

  69. incoherent rambler

    Yet here he is.

    Ask for a refund.

  70. howardb

    The Kraken? Sidney Powell lawsuit in Georgia

    And in PA.
    Shame about the misspelled word in the title though.

    KRAKEN was also filed in #Michigan
    https://defendingtherepublic.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Michigan-Complaint.pdf

  71. incoherent rambler

    Whichever way this goes the bookies are gunna make a killing.

  72. Stimpson J. Cat

    Ummmm…
    Does this mean we took out the wrong bald guy in denim shorts?

    Just because I wear denim shorts does not mean I would get into a pink Barina with Union stickers with a strange man wearing Hi-Vis.
    That is a very offensive stereotype of men who wear denim shorts.

  73. Frank

    Get back in the basement.. Now!

    Pull back the rug, lift the trapdoor and toss a few glazed hams down into the crawlspace, it keeps him off the keyboard while he digests the bones.

  74. Frank

    Fear not Stimpy, Lemmy knew how to wear a pair of denim shorts and he was a prince amongst men!

  75. John of Mel

    That is a very offensive stereotype of men who wear denim shorts.

    Hm… So the question remains – who or what is hiding behind this cute denim shorts? I’m not keen to find the answer.

  76. Gunner Executive Outcomes is now on hiatus…

  77. pink Barina with Union stickers
    Outsourcing. It never works!
    Idiots.

  78. The next Election thread had better be called “Calamari now off the menu!”

  79. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    Ask me what type of shorts I am wearing.

    What type of shorts are you wearing?

  80. Boambee John

    m0nty
    #3671894, posted on November 26, 2020 at 5:47 pm
    The Kraken lawsuit is based on a Q drop. It’s going to get laughed out of court, if it even gets there. Powell is going to be disbarred if she follows through with it.

    I see that the daily talking points email has arrived.

  81. egg_

    The Kraken lawsuit is based on a Q drop.

    The Ree-ometer in full screech!

  82. egg_

    Is the Election vote curve just like the COVID-1984 curve?

  83. Stimpson J. Cat

    What type of shorts are you wearing?

    Denim of course,
    but I’m leaving again to sulk because Mater is treating me like I am a parking ticket.
    “Validate you”

    Outrageous!!!

    Presidential Harassment!!!

  84. Trump [email protected]
    Holding around 12.
    For now.
    We need some fake bad news!!

  85. Dot

    Shorts of any kind are for infants, women, footy players, joggers and some military regiments.

    C.L. and I wear full gaberdine suits, even at the Emerald saleyards.

  86. incoherent rambler

    thongs, shorts and mohair singlet here.

  87. cohenite

    Powell is going to be disbarred if she follows through with it.

    Outstanding piss taking. Note worthies who still have lawyer licences: the clintons, the slapper, all of meuller’s dogs.

  88. kaysee

    How do State Republicans deal with so many concerned citizens and how will those same citizens multiplied respond if nothing is done? Without the support of the citizenry (and especially for them) Republican electors, those members may not be re-elected.

    Republican voters will need to identify the Conservatives and toss out the RINOs.

  89. calli

    Like we have in Australia?

    Fortunately they have a slightly deeper talent pool in the US. For now.

  90. John Comnenus

    Well Trump has launched his counter offensive. A counter attack simply recovers lost ground. A counter offensive is where you strategically shift from defence to attack. The selection of thanksgiving eve is clever. Lots of families coming together means Trump 75 mil supporters will tell their families what the media and social media are trying to censor. Master stroke. Will it work? Time will tell.

  91. Powell’s Kraken lawsuit cites Ron Watkins and a source identical to the bio of Q, and accuses Iran and China of working together to overthrow the US government. It’s just Q gussied up in a suit.

    No wonder Giuliani underbussed her. Her top paddock is full of poisonous frogs.

  92. Dot

    monty posits that Iran and China are good guys, incapable of fuckery.

    What a child.

  93. rafiki

    For Dot and JC in particular:

    Evidence of a fact is direct where a witness claims to have had a sensory perception of the existence of a fact, and this evidence, when taken alone (and if believed) can tend to establish the existence of a fact in issue on the trial. A lot of evidence given at a trial is direct in this sense, but a case can be said to be based on direct evidence only where this fact in issue points to proof of all of the elements (or the ultimate facts in issue) of the crime or of the civil cause of action.

    Evidence of a fact in issue is based on circumstantial evidence where proof of fact is an inference drawn from the existence of a number of other facts (or circumstances). A case is based on circumstantial evidence where at least one of the ultimate facts in issue is to be proved in this way. It is easy to see that most cases are of this kind. Such as where to prove that an accused intended to do something, the evidence is that he had a motive to do so, which involves drawing an inference of intent from evidence of motive. Then evidence of motive is in turn usually drawn from evidence of one, or usually more, particular facts.

    It is hard to postulate a situation where a case can be said to be based only on direct evidence. One example cited is where the prosecution adduces evidence that the accused admitted the existence facts which would establish all the elements of the crime (a confession in common law language). But on analysis it can be seen that here the evidence is circumstantial in nature. The admission is comprised of a number of words (“I shot her intending to kill”). But it won’t be enough for the prosecution to prove merely this fact. Taken alone, these words lack a sense of reality. To give them probative force, there must be other pieces of evidence, such as when, where, and in what circumstances the statement was made if the fact-finder is to be persuaded that the words of admission prove what they assert to be the facts. Once we take the words together with the other facts, the case becomes circumstantial.

    This true too of identification evidence, which is evidence from a witness that a person seen on one occasion (such as when striking someone), is seen on a later occasion (such as in a line-up, or on a photo-board) and said to be the same person. Again this evidence lacks force unless there is other evidence, such as the condition of the light, and the distance between the witness and the person, at the time of the first sighting, and of the second. (By the way, identification evidence is notoriously unreliable.)

    What judges and lawyers probably mean is that a case is primarily based on direct as against circumstantial evidence. But this has not stopped them formulating rules that assume a clear distinction.

    One more comment for those who read the Pell case judgments closely. Weinberg JA (at para 950 of his judgment) said that Portelli gave direct evidence that, if accepted, provided a complete answer to the complainant’s evidence in relation to the alleged sacristy incident. This I think refers to the evidence of Portelli that on both of the relevant Sundays, he stood on the Cathedral steps with the Cardinal for more than 10 Minutes. This looks like a situation where the defendant’s case was established only by direct evidence. But as I read Weinberg’s summary, this evidence was based on, or accompanied by, a number of more particular pieces of evidence that gave credibility to what Portelli said he recalled, and thus his evidence of what he recalled was based on circumstantial evidence.

    Here endeth the lesson.

  94. kaysee

    Like we have in Australia?

    Fortunately they have a slightly deeper talent pool in the US. For now.

    Trump, the outsider, has been a unifying force for the base. The extend of the fraud is the trigger that will unite the Trump voters even more.

    Here, in Australia, we have Conservatives in small factions. Until the groups and parties are willing to set aside minor differences and big egos and band together the situation will not change.

  95. Terry

    m0nty
    #3672022, posted on November 26, 2020 at 6:57 pm

    No need to squirm M0ntifa. It’s all over. You and the media said so.

    Nothing for you to worry about. No, really.

  96. Montel has stumbled into the rabbit hole!
    Excellent

  97. I am sure Sidney Powell with her theory of the Iran and China and such as will become instant lore around here. I called it early that Q was going to be popular round these parts, and you lot scoffed at the time, but here we are.

    Trump pardoned Q oath taker Flynn, and now Flynn’s lawyer is running Q material to argue Trump into office. And you lot are all in for Trump.

  98. Some History

    m0nty
    #3672022, posted on November 26, 2020 at 6:57 pm
    Powell’s Kraken lawsuit cites Ron Watkins and a source identical to the bio of Q, and accuses Iran and China of working together to overthrow the US government. It’s just Q gussied up in a suit.

    No wonder Giuliani underbussed her. Her top paddock is full of poisonous frogs.

    Montifa in the process of Kraken up.

    Get a donut, Mont. QUICK!

  99. Oh come on

    Are ya hanging in there, m0nts? Anxiety starting to ratchet up again?

  100. egg_

    Trump adds fuel to infamous QAnon promoter’s debunked election fraud conspiracy

    A single scenario in a county in Michigan, which used Dominion’s software, seems to be buoying these conspiracy theories. A county clerk failed to set the machine up properly, which resulted in an incorrect vote count that gave Biden additional votes. However, the systems in place to check for this type of human error quickly caught the mistake, and Trump maintained his lead in that county, based on the accurate tabulations.

    Nothing to see here!

    BOTH SIDES OF THE HOUSE HAVE HAD PRIOR ISSUES WITH DOMINION.

    The hackability was demonstrated by Norton Security in a YT video cited here several times.

    Presumably, DoJ has been working with Powell.

  101. kaysee

    3 things to prepare for when President Trump is declared the winner

    This is going to hit Democrats and RINOs hard. We need to be ready for the reactions.

    As more evidence floods in that the 2020 elections were rife with an obvious mountain of voter fraud, it’s becoming increasingly clear that President Trump is going to be reelected. The last two weeks we’ve seen patriots losing hope and progressives celebrating, but we’ve witnessed many turns of events as momentum now appears to be siding with the President, his legal team, independent attorneys, and the mounting evidence.

    There are three things we need to prepare for when President Trump is announced the winner. That’s not to say we need to take it for granted or get complacent, but if we believe truth will prevail, then we know President Trump will prevail. On the latest episode of NOQ Report, I discussed these three things (and dealt with few trolls as well).

    First and foremost, we must prepare to address the unhinged reactions from peers and those we know on social media. They’re going to take mainstream media’s word for it that when it happens, it will be President Trump “stealing” the election. We need to be prepared to convince them otherwise by sharing the truth and calling them out for preferring to win by cheating than lose with integrity.

    Second, there will be violence. Lots of it. Unlike conservatives who have not burned down any building just because Joe Biden has been announced the winner, we need to prepare to defend ourselves, our families, and our communities from the violent responses from the radical left.

    Lastly, we need to hold the weak or fake conservatives accountable. They are either giving up too easily or never supported President Trump at all. Either way, their treachery must not be forgotten. That doesn’t mean we don’t forgive them, but forgiveness and forgetfulness are not the same thing.

    It’s going to get crazier from here. We need to focus on praying for our nation and helping the proper, lawful results of the election come to light. But we must also prepare for the aftermath of the election being righteously flipped.

  102. Oh come on

    m0nty’s sounding shrill again. Good sign.

  103. thefrollickingmole

    Im still banking on my theory Montys infallible wrongness reverses polarity when there is the prospect of a free meal.

    If Trump loses its all JCs fault.

  104. Oh come on

    I’m now listening to the full election hearing in Gettysburg. Hey, these witnesses look and sound like regular people giving honest accounts of their experiences. They’re partisan, of course, but they’re perfectly credible. I reckon their testimonies will be accepted in the court of public opinion. What do you think, m0nty?

  105. Im still banking on my theory Montys infallible wrongness reverses polarity when there is the prospect of a free meal.

    Technically I am paying, because JC whined about setting a line and we negotiated Biden 310. He came five votes short, but I’m happy to pay under those circumstances.

  106. Oh come on

    Not interested in Sidney Powell’s case. The real action is elsewhere.

  107. Gab

    we negotiated Biden 310

    You seriously believe Biden got more votes than Hillary.

    Ahahahahahaha. By the way, the election has not been called.

  108. Oh come on

    Pipes are bursting again, m0nty!

    (neat dovetail with the convenient burst water pipe in that counting room in Atlanta)

  109. cohenite

    Apparently in PA only the POTUS has been certified; none of the other contests have.

  110. I’m now listening to the full election hearing in Gettysburg. Hey, these witnesses look and sound like regular people giving honest accounts of their experiences. They’re partisan, of course, but they’re perfectly credible. I reckon their testimonies will be accepted in the court of public opinion. What do you think, m0nty?

    Mainstream media isn’t reporting it, OCO. I don’t see much of it on Fox. It’s irrelevant, except in the fever swamps where the Trump cult likes to go.

  111. JC

    Gab

    This is the funniest thing. I was kind of surprised back in 16 that Crooked didn’t mount much of a protest for a re-count etc. I thought to myself, that’s not the Demons because they’re literally like Christ. Christ could turn stuff into bread while the demons can turn nothing into lots of votes. She stayed quiet.

    It’s all coming to me now. The reason she remained relatively quiet is because if the risk their massive cheating would be come out. They just didn’t cheat enough to put them over the line.

  112. Oh come on

    Mainstream media isn’t reporting it, OCO. I don’t see much of it on Fox. It’s irrelevant

    LOL!

    Pipes are bursting again, m0nts.

  113. Oh come on

    Oh, and something else – m0nty, have you seen and heard these testimonies? Or have you decided that you won’t look at them because the corporate media has curated them from public view (for now), and that’s good enough for you?

  114. Some History

    Mainstream media isn’t reporting it, OCO. I don’t see much of it on Fox. It’s irrelevant, except in the fever swamps where the Trump cult likes to go.

    Drrm TISH Drrm TISH Drrm TISH

    Ti-TISH

  115. cohenite

    Oh well, there goes your talking point.

    Piss taker quotes wapo.

  116. I looked at that Stenstrom guy’s testimony OCO, since he seemed to be the one getting most traction. It’s a bunch of procedural complaints, poorly explained with nobody cross-examining him to figure out what he’s actually saying, so it comes across as a bit of a dog’s breakfast. He may be a CEO but that doesn’t mean he’s an expert on electoral procedure – or a clear speaker.

    That sort of thing might be enough to call for an internal review of processes, sure, but it is not even in the same galaxy as proof to overturn a presidential election.

  117. Some History

    It appears that counting was stopped in WI, MI, and PA because of a burst pipe in GA.

  118. TFM:

    Silly question, but you do capitalize and lower case the same?

    Not a silly question at all – we’d probably be surprised at the amount of people who don’t do that.
    So yes – I capitalise and lower case stuff as necessary.
    Another thing I noticed was they use the European 7 with the bar across the vertical.

  119. JC

    Technically I am paying, because JC whined about setting a line and we negotiated Biden 310. He came five votes short, but I’m happy to pay under those circumstances.

    Technically”, you’re paying because your side cheated terribly. Trump won by 400 to 138.

  120. Oh come on

    A couple of days ago, I said this:

    The chances of the ‘official result’ being overturned are no different right now than what they were yesterday or last week, ie. not strong but not zero, either.

    Today, I think it’s fair to say that the chances of the ‘official result’ being overturned have improved markedly. Probably less than 50/50; not much less.

    I also said:

    Biden/Harris, if they do go on to ‘win’, are going to wear their ‘victory’ like a crown of thorns. Even more so when the hard evidence of their electoral theft emerges

    This I am now certain of.

  121. cohenite

    Biden/Harris, if they do go on to ‘win’, are going to wear their ‘victory’ like a crown of thorns. Even more so when the hard evidence of their electoral theft emerges

    They won’t give a rat’s arse: biden because he is insane, caramello because she’s a slut and commie.

  122. Oh come on

    This is now a political process, m0nty. Once more. What legislators believe is now highly relevant. It isn’t solely the purview of some slimy partisan hack judges anymore. That should worry you, m0nts. A lot.

    Of course, your side will try to delegitimise and smear these people. Just like they did to that USPS postal worker (remember when you credulously lapped up the obvious lie that he had rescinded his allegation, and then tried to pass him off as irrelevant when their lie became clear) – it’s your SOP. Trouble is, that’s what you do when you’re scared. You lie and smear and lie and smear some more.

    Pipes are bursting again, m0nty.

  123. That sort of thing might be enough to call for an internal review of processes, sure, but it is not even in the same galaxy as proof to overturn a presidential election.

    Overturning the election is not the purpose.
    Seeding doubt in American democracy and institutions is.
    The institutions may hold, but unity and cohesiveness are casualties.
    These tactics are textbook subversion.
    The ruthless pursuit of power is relentless.
    They have discarded the rule of law, and respect for the constitution.
    The future does not look bright.

  124. Some History

    Big Bog Bob is Kraken up, too.

  125. Oh come on

    They won’t give a rat’s arse: biden because he is insane, caramello because she’s a slut and commie.

    It doesn’t matter if they give a rat’s arse or not. They will not achieve anything. The truth of what happened in this election will become crystal clear. The Dems will get absolutely smashed in 2022. Filibuster proof Senate majority a possibility. Every GOP pickup will be a result of candidates vowing to right the wrong in 2020. The demise of Democrat Party is a distinct possibility once this process is through.

  126. Exit Stage Right

    Monty, have you ever been right (as in correct) about anything to do with politics?
    You strike me as the Peter van Onselen of the Cat.
    Our very own wrongologist.
    Don’t you feel a bit uncomfortable with the ease of Pedo Joe’s “win,” particularly by small margins in key states? Do you really think that old Lazy Jo was able to drum up more votes than old Hilarybat and the Magic Negro, not just a few more votes, but millions more. Broke all election records. Joe couldn’t get more than 20 people to his “rallies.” The Democrats don’t even like him or Kamala. I see desperation here. Deep down, do you think everything is hunky dory with this election? You have seen the clips posted here, the fraud by the Democrats was humungous, but you persist with your scripted piss weak talking points. You are fighting a losing battle son. Give it away or move to a blog where you have like minded idiots that you can fellate.

  127. Catfeesh?

    My god numbers, you’re the perfect contrary indicator.

  128. This is now a political process, m0nty.

    Nup, it’s a legal one. You wish it was just political, like the impeachment. It’s not like that this time.

    Legislators in some of the relevant states are prevented by law from doing what you want. In other states, it’s technically possible but it would be tantamount to nullification. That never went well for your side.

  129. Gab

    It appears that counting was stopped in WI, MI, and PA because of a burst pipe in GA.

    But of course! That explains it all.

  130. Oh come on

    Oh, and one more thing, m0nts. Watch the whole thing. You really should, for your own benefit. Because what you’ll see is what you’re going to be facing again and again and again for many months to come. If you’re going to carry water for this massive fraud, you’ll need to know what you’re up against. Have fun 😉

  131. chrism

    JC “It’s all coming to me now. The reason she remained relatively quiet is because if the risk their massive cheating would be come out. They just didn’t cheat enough to put them over the line.”
    #3672095, posted on November 26, 2020 at 7:43 pm

    It looks to me as if the proverbial Russians undid the DNC electoral fix of the 2016 election; leaving HC shocked that the best laid plans went nowhere – and no-where to go but only claim Russian collusion

  132. Oh come on

    No, m0nty, it’s a political process. There is a political remedy for a contested election. Therefore, it’s a political process. Deny all you like. You being in denial doesn’t change reality.

  133. Tel

    Attorney Sidney Powell Files 104 Page BOMBSHELL COMPLAINT of Massive Fraud in Georgia Election

    Filing here.

    Thanks, I have a copy, will forward it around. She just wrote her name into the history books!

  134. Terry

    ‘Overturning the election is not the purpose.’
    Yeah, no shit Sherlock. The Electoral College assembles and votes on 14 Dec 2020. After they’re done, there might be something to “overturn”. Until then, you will have to satisfy yourself as inaugural holders of “The Office of the President-Elect (as crowned by media cronies)’ – quite a title, quite an achievement. As real as most of Biden’s votes.

    Seeding doubt in American democracy and institutions…by blatantly cheating. There’s a very good reason for the doubt/lack of trust. Completely justified.

    but unity and cohesiveness are casualties… Oh FFS. Destroy the joint and then call for peace, calm, and unity. Puke. This is what you wanted (or so you thought). You fool NO ONE.

    ‘These tactics are textbook subversion.’ Rules for Radicals no less.

    ‘The ruthless pursuit of power is relentless.’ Yeah righto. A leftard has the utter gall to openly project and expects no one to notice.

    ‘They have discarded the rule of law, and respect for the constitution.’ Okay, now you’ve just gone full retard. Never go full retard.

    ‘The future does not look bright.’ Well, certainly not as well as you had imagined at the peak of ‘The Steal’; but then it is only going to get worse. Trials, prosecutions, incarcerations. The swamp is deep but has every reason to fear a very bleak future.

    Pearl Harbour was an extraordinarily high-risk strategy. It needed to be a knock-out blow – it wasn’t.

  135. Boambee John

    Dot
    #3672027, posted on November 26, 2020 at 6:59 pm
    monty posits that Iran and China are good guys, incapable of fuckery.

    What a child.

    All those juicy contracts for Hunter (with 10% for the Big Guy) are based on Hunter’s extensive knowledge of a range of industries, and of Chinese and Ukrainian language and culture?

  136. Boambee John

    And you lot are all in for Trump.

    Sez the fat fascist fool munty, who is “all in” for a geriatric who can’t string a sentence together. He and his ilk don’t care about the abilities of their candidate, only that he/she/it claims to be “progressive”. Sad, low energy.

  137. Oh come on

    By the way, I’m not saying there isn’t a legal process in motion. There is. But what we saw today was the start of the political process. These will operate concurrently. However, the most conclusive resolution via the political process is superior to the most conclusive legal resolution.

  138. Terry

    Oh come on
    #3672173, posted on November 26, 2020 at 8:38 pm
    ‘By the way, I’m not saying there isn’t a legal process in motion. There is. But what we saw today was the start of the political process. These will operate concurrently. However, the most conclusive resolution via the political process is superior to the most conclusive legal resolution.’

    This +1

  139. No, m0nty, it’s a political process. There is a political remedy for a contested election. Therefore, it’s a political process. Deny all you like. You being in denial doesn’t change reality.

    There is no political remedy. State legislatures rejecting the democratic will of the voters in their state is illegal. In the unlikely event that Trump flips the three or four states he needs through this shameful trick, the courts would decide it.

    I get that you want to make everything in America political so that Trump can bully his way through like he has his whole life, but he just got punched in the nose, and it’s his turn to sit down. Any further whining just looks pitiful.

  140. Boambee John

    The institutions may hold, but unity and cohesiveness are casualties.

    It seems that the bin chicken spent the last twelve years with his head buried in rubbish bins, failing to notice the Demonrats destroying institutions, unity and cohesiveness in a four year long temper tantrum worthy of a two year old child.

    IRS, FBI, DoJ, CIA, NSA, FISA Court destroyed, Antifa and BLM riots, cancel culture, doxing anyone who challenges their pieties. All the responsibility of the Cheatorats.

  141. Armadillo

    mOnts, just apologise and be done with it. You’re just making a fool out of yourself now.

  142. Dot

    Hey monty is it Muellerween yet?

  143. Oh come on

    Mainstream media isn’t reporting it, OCO. I don’t see much of it on Fox. It’s irrelevant

    And another thing about this. Sure, (inter)national corporate media can ignore it. I’d bet my firstborn that local Pennsylvania news has covered the absolute shit out of this. The latter is infinitely more important than the former. It’s Pennsylvanians who will determine whether this goes anywhere – not m0nty. Or myself, for that matter. It’ll be them breathing down the necks of their elected representatives (or not) that will be the decisive factor. And they’re seeing all of this through their local news channels.

    Water pipes are bursting again, m0nty.

  144. Boambee John

    but it would be tantamount to nullification. That never went well for your side.

    Mmmyes. Didn’t the Demonrats cause a civil war because of nullification? How well did that go for them?

  145. Oh come on

    Poor m0nty just doesn’t get it.

  146. You want some Brooks Brothers riots, don’t you OCO. That would help you immensely.

    Unsurprising that Trump’s strategy is to bully his own party members to subvert democracy on his behalf, but this one’s a bit tricky for him to pull off.

  147. Armadillo

    One angle I haven’t seen yet is “Who are the counters”. Who employed them.

    Brace yourselves.

  148. Boambee John

    State legislatures rejecting the democratic will of the voters in their state is illegal.

    So the Demonrats in 2016, calling for Electors to reject the will of the voters was illegal? Thanks for the confirmation.

    Now, as the saying goes, pliss essplain how the “democratic will of the voters” can be ascertained when there has been massive, overt, electoral fraud?

  149. Boambee John

    Dot
    #3672187, posted on November 26, 2020 at 8:49 pm
    Hey monty is it Muellerween yet?

    ThanksMueller, actually, Muellerween passed years ago.

  150. Armadillo

    You can’t pull off a fraud on this scale without people on the ground.

    Watch that space. Birds are singing.

  151. Oh come on

    State legislatures rejecting the democratic will of the voters in their state is illegal.

    I’ll explain this to you nice and slow, m0nty. I’m typing slowly for your benefit. The legislatures may have delegated certain responsibilities entrusted to them in the US constitution to other authorities. However, they can take back those responsibilities at any time. This is perfectly legal.

    Now, you may not like the above. You can object and deny it all you want. That doesn’t make it untrue. It is true and it can be done as part of a perfectly legal political process. Buckle up, m0nty!

  152. cohenite

    Look what the vile old bastard troll wrote:

    Overturning the election is not the purpose.
    Seeding doubt in American democracy and institutions is.
    The institutions may hold, but unity and cohesiveness are casualties.
    These tactics are textbook subversion.
    The ruthless pursuit of power is relentless.
    They have discarded the rule of law, and respect for the constitution.
    The future does not look bright.

    Best summary of the demorats I have read. Well done you miserable old bastard.

  153. woolfe

    Wow!

    rafiki
    #3672033, posted on November 26, 2020 at 7:03 pm

    Sort of understood, a number of pieces coming together, on piece does not a jigsaw make, or something.

    Thanks!

  154. Oh come on

    You want some Brooks Brothers riots, don’t you OCO.

    LOL you’re hilariously unoriginal, m0nty. Which crappy left-wing pundit did you nab that hot take from? There is no need for those kinds of shenanigans. What we saw today is enormously more influential.

  155. dover_beach

    Another anamoly: Biden won the fewest counties but the largest number of ‘votes’ ever. Sure, sure.

  156. FelixKruell

    Oh come on:

    However, the most conclusive resolution via the political process is superior to the most conclusive legal resolution.

    That should tell you something…

  157. Oh come on

    Oh, look. The troll’s arrived. Let’s not feed it, the pathetic little masturbator that it is.

  158. P

    The Michigan lawsuit is the Dominion-killer.
    Seriously, the company probably won’t survive if this lawsuit makes it to the Supreme Court.
    And it will open the door for other states to be examined more closely.
    THIS is the Kraken we were expecting
    .
    https://twitter.com/JDRucker/status/1331854771645366272

    The Georgia lawsuit, which may end up being combined with
    @LLinWood’s suit (currently heading towards the appellate court) in SCOTUS should be a slam dunk to reverse the necessary 12,000 votes. Combined they could reverse 6-digits and make Georgia a Trump landslide.

    https://twitter.com/JDRucker/status/1331854259642482689

  159. Steve trickler

    Worth opening a new tab and have this playing in the background. 6 hours old. Excellent summary so far. You’ll need an hour.

    It will trigger the memories of the trolls.😉



  160. candy

    Overturning the election is not the purpose.

    1735099, Overturning the election is the purpose because Biden the old pervert won by fraud.
    You are right in the other two points. Repubs or conservatives do not want to disrespect institutions. It really truly utterly goes against the grain to see institutions fail. Conservatives believe in the innate cohesiveness of society and work towards it.

    That is why Andrew Bolt and esteemed conservative commentators here are against Trump now.
    But MAGA phenomena is something they do not understand as in a sense they too are wealthy elites bound together but of a conservative kind. I understand you cannot comprehend MAGA. That’s okay.

  161. FelixKruell

    Oh cooooome on:

    Let’s not feed it, the pathetic little masturbator that it is.

    Stones. Glass houses.

  162. The Beer Whisperer

    Dinesh D’Souza
    @DineshDSouza
    ·
    1h
    Twitter is now the enemy of any kind of genuine public debate. Time for anyone who believes in free speech to set up at Parler. Please follow me there

    The funny thing is that Twatter thinks they are in control of their own medium. They could expel everyone they don’t like at the same time and it still wouldn’t work.

    Never back your enemy into a corner with no chance of surrender.

  163. min

    I know nothing about the legal intracies of putting a case together however I did wade through the 104 Pages . A lot of it ihave no idea if there is a case or not however where Sidney Powell team cited the legislation re how the vote count should be carried out and then list affiants who had said that these laws had not been observed and then that is not constitutional . There were Pages of such details as well as other irregularities with affiants to support that these had occurred .
    Not sure if the mathamatical and Statistical Analysis of voting patterns that showed irregularities is classed as unconstitutional or fraud or would be accepted as evidence in a court . However unlike Monty et al I did read it and not just posted made up stories based on no facts .

  164. The legislatures may have delegated certain responsibilities entrusted to them in the US constitution to other authorities. However, they can take back those responsibilities at any time. This is perfectly legal.

    Once the legislatures have committed to choosing electors via a popular vote, it’s difficult to then turn around and say no, we don’t trust those results for the other guy, we choose our party’s leader instead.

    “My main reaction is that the legislature cannot legally ‘step in’ to appoint a new slate of electors just because an election is ‘contested’ or the results are not clear for some time after election day,” said Jessie Allen, an associate professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh.

    “The constitution says that, ‘Each state shall appoint, in such a manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors,’ so it’s true that we don’t have a constitutional right to popular voting for president,” she said. “But once a state legislature proceeds to have an election, they have chosen to appoint their electors that way and now that legislature can’t just arbitrarily declare that they’ve decided to scrap those electors and choose new ones – just because there are some problems figuring out the results.”

    “Once votes are cast, electors are chosen – we don’t know who they are if the results are still being counted, and/or legally contested, but they have been chosen,” Allen said. “The state legislature is not empowered to choose an alternate set.”

  165. Catfeesh?

    Another anamoly: Biden won the fewest counties but the largest number of ‘votes’ ever. Sure, sure.

    Not only that, but he managed to lose all but one of the ‘bellwether’ counties. But he still won overall! Amazing!

  166. The Beer Whisperer

    Let’s not feed it, the pathetic little masturbator that it is.

    Stones. Glass houses.

    You masturbate in a glass house? Ewww…

  167. Oh come on

    Male serial killers are almost always (possibly always) motivated to kill for the purpose of sexual gratification. Grigs doesn’t have the stones to be a serial killer, even though he shares almost all of the personality traits and characteristics of one. For instance, he hates women (look at the way he targets female threadsters here). He is, in short, a serial troll. He gets his jollies when you interact with him.

    Just bear in mind that, by interacting with him, you’re helping him get himself off. I’m not going to refer to him again because he’s probably abusing himself horribly as a result of this comment alone.

  168. Rex Anger

    @ min-

    . However unlike Monty et al I did read it and not just posted made up stories based on no facts

    First and only mistake you’ve made regarding mUnted.

    The leftwits and trolls out there do not believe in dialectic. You may speak to colleagues, friends, family adother Cats in it. They may respond in it, also.

    Trolls do not. They only speak in rhetoric.

    It is all emotional gamesmanship to them. The first side to be too outraged to reply, loses.

    This is why we kick. This is also why we often shut down one avenue of attack, or temproarily chase a troll away.

    Because of the emotional involvement, a dedicated troll will never leave its chosen haunt. A disinterested troll or paid astroturfer will get jack of a community that calls it outand refuses to play its games.

    But the only time you will ever see the back of the likes of mUnted, Fallacious or Numbers is when they are banned.

    So, bamboozle them with actual (and appreciated!) facts and insights, or just insult them until they give up. It’s your freedom and your choice… 😎

  169. Rex Anger

    Just bear in mind that, by interacting with him, you’re helping him get himself off. I’m not going to refer to him again because he’s probably abusing himself horribly as a result of this comment alone.

    Excellent. If the fool tears something, we get a few welcome days off from its crassness and ideologue stupidity.

  170. cohenite

    Bush lawyer can’t wank; he has no dick.

  171. incoherent rambler

    Fact Check: true. No dick. At least, not one that he see.

  172. mh

    Monty, if the republican majority state legislature in Pennsylvania view the popular vote as having resulted via voting laws not passed by state legislature, such as via Pennsylvania SC or the State Governor, then why should they be bound by it?

    The fault would lie with the Democrats for rushing through these unconstitutional changes at the last minute in order to cheat.

  173. Steve trickler

    Catch my drift?….



  174. rickw

    Soros not laying Trump anymore?

    Something’s happened!

  175. FelixKruell

    Rex:

    So, bamboozle them with actual (and appreciated!) facts and insights,

    When can we look forward to some of these facts and insights? I’ve been ever so patient.

  176. Rex Anger

    When can we look forward to some of these facts and insights? I’ve been ever so patient.

    So min, we see above rhetoric from Fallacious, who is seeking to induce outrage.

    I will reply to him in the same vein:

    Your first, dirtbag.

    By the way, 7-0 Flatus.

    The election was stolen and is being won back, Flatus.

    19 men being given notice to show cause by a Department that has pre-judged them in order to make worms like you happy in their special places, is not proof or evidence of their committing criminal acts.

  177. Some History

    I’ve been ever so patient.

    What an utter plonker.

  178. Monty, if the republican majority state legislature in Pennsylvania view the popular vote as having resulted via voting laws not passed by state legislature, such as via Pennsylvania SC or the State Governor, then why should they be bound by it?

    They didn’t challenge it before the election, thus they didn’t see them as a problem before their guy got beat.

  179. mh

    rickw
    #3672258, posted on November 26, 2020 at 10:00 pm

    AJ invites David Flint on his show, then interrupts him to play some Judge Jeannie.

  180. Arky

    Great stuff on the Great Reset from Delingpole.

    ..
    These hubristic idiots thinking they get to reset the world.
    God has the great big reset button, and when he uses it it’s game over.

  181. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    Soros not laying Trump anymore?

    wierd, seems to have dried up. money backing bidet has shrunk dramatically too. who farted?

  182. Oh come on

    They didn’t challenge it before the election,

    Yes, they made a grave error. They underestimated their opponent’s willingness and capability to cheat on the massive scale they did.

    Most of us made this mistake, to be fair.

  183. Old School Conservative

    Tailgunner
    #3671795, posted on November 26, 2020 at 4:37 pm
    https://twitter.com/RideWithC4T/status/1331755909610016769?s=19
    The Gen.Flynn story.
    In under 30 seconds

    Spine tingling-ly fantastic video and I hope it applies to President Trump too.

  184. mh

    Today’s RSBN full video from Gettysburg has had 1,132,285 views on YT.

  185. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    wierd, seems to have dried up. money backing bidet has shrunk dramatically too. who farted?

    felix? monstie? fess up!

  186. egg_

    Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    “Truenadashadadapressure!”

  187. Oh come on

    You know, if you compare m0nty’s interpretation of what happened during this election with that of the most feverish Q advocate, it’s m0nty’s that sounds (considerably) more absurd. Fancy that.

    Anne is positively a voice of reason in contrast.

  188. mh

    They didn’t challenge it before the election,

    Really?

    The Supreme Court already had rejected a prior Republican request to block the lower court ruling on Oct. 19. This time, the justices opted not to fast-track their consideration of an appeal of the state court ruling by the Republican Party of Pennsylvania to hear and decide the case before the election.

  189. Oh come on

    I mean that sincerely. You have to be a lot more deluded – and I mean a lot more deluded – to believe the Nothing To See Here!!1! version in contrast with the 4D chess explanation.

  190. egg_

    SBS Late News showing Trump’s phone call to Giuliani and both sides view of Flynn’s Presidential pardon – likely far more balanced than Aunty.

  191. You’re sounding desperate, OCO.

    Three threads in and you lot have been consistently wrong about everything. Can your luck turn? Tune in tomorrow to find out!

  192. Oh come on

    Not desperate at all, m0nts! You’re projecting.

  193. Some History

    m0nty
    #3672294, posted on November 26, 2020 at 10:52 pm
    You’re sounding desperate, OCO.

    Three threads in and you lot have been consistently wrong about everything. Can your luck turn? Tune in tomorrow to find out!

    Ra Ta Ta Drrrrm . . . . . . . TISH TISH TISH . . . . . . TISH!

  194. mh

    Anyone know if the Michigan and Arizona state legislature public hearings are going ahead?

  195. Rex Anger

    Three threads in and you lot have been consistently wrong about everything. Can your luck turn? Tune in tomorrow to find out!

    Lolwut mUntz?

    You might want to recheck your script- Pretty sure you’ve jumped off it there…

    Speaking of scripts, anyone seen our favourite Astroturf-seller laaaaydeeee (maybe?) Ruby?

    I am missing out on my fumy glue, and I have a burning desire to remind her that tje Senkakus belog to Japan…

  196. mh

    Trump [email protected]
    Holding around 12.
    For now.
    We need some fake bad news!!

    The odds aren’t much longer than they were for Trump on Election Day 2016.

  197. mh

    Jenna Ellis
    @JennaEllisEsq
    ·
    14h
    Our founders gave us remedies in the Constitution for corrupted, rigged elections.

    Now is the time to use them.

    Guns?

  198. Oh come on

    Today we saw some of the receipts. The great lie of ‘no credible evidence’ was exposed as exactly that – a great lie. m0nty’s repeated claim that the witness affadavits were merely ‘someone saying they heard someone else say’ was also exposed as a lie by these very credible witnesses testifying about what they saw and what they experienced. m0nty above admitted that he won’t listen to their testimonies, which is revealing.

    m0nty, prior to today, one could be charitable to you and say that you may not have been lying when you said the testimonies of these witnesses was all hearsay. You could merely have been wrong when you said this. However, if you continue to assert that their evidence is simply them reporting what others have said, it will be beyond question that you are lying. Are you still insisting these are hearsay witnesses, m0nty?

  199. mh

    Americans won’t let Davos globalists steal the Republic.

  200. Pete of perth

    Spent the last 45 min of watching the King on the Ed Sullivan show sending those women crazy .. now the warroom with Bannon. Great wind up for the day.
    ..

  201. Armadillo

    I mentioned last night that a fraud of this scale needed people on the ground. Well, here we go.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/boom-unsupervised-election-workers-messed-voting-machines-false-claim-water-pipe-break-georgia-sent-people-home-caught-video/

    Again, who are the “election counters” and who employed them? They seem to be a zealous lot. Common sense would tell you that if Soros was prepared to pay big money to get AG’s elected, then it would be unsurprising if people were placed into the counting booths themselves.

    Who are these people? Who’s behind them? Once some of these foot soldiers are confronted with prison time, they are gunna sing. It may well emerge that there is incontrovertible evidence that this election was bought by big money interests.

    It’s always about the money to a large degree. Always.

  202. Armadillo

    Hey mOnts, why are Twitter censoring legal filings? What’s the go?

  203. min

    No worries Biden will wave a few ‘Palms’ around whilst lawyers paw through the 104 Pages of the law suit put out by Sidney and Co . MSM have noted typos but nothing else and of course banned by twitter .
    Lawyers on Jonova site have made some assessments but can only comment that there appears to be enough evidence to support allegations that need to be given court hearing . ( as I understand their interpretations)
    But it will be a slow process hopefully they get what they have asked for no final result until tested in court.

  204. Boambee John

    They didn’t challenge it before the election, thus they didn’t see them as a problem before their guy got beat.

    Didn’t Justice Alito put an injunction on some of those “unchallenged” changes?

  205. Boambee John

    OCO

    m0nty above admitted that he won’t listen to their testimonies, which is revealing.

    If the legal cases and the evidence are as weak as munty and his ilk make them out to be, surely the DNC, MSM, Tech giants and other Cheatorat supporters (BIRM) would be giving them maximum publicity, to destroy publicly Trump’s case that there really was fraud on a massive scale? Instead, they are suppressing the whole story in a way that would make the old KKK voter suppression work look amateurish.

    What they say and what they doo do not synchronise.

  206. MSM have noted typos but nothing else and of course banned by twitter .

    Hehe, fell for it!
    Weaponized typos.
    Make them report on it. The signal spreads.

  207. Colonel Crispin Berka

    Paper Tigers?
    Observers at the vote recount in Fulton County Georgia were ejected from the room for “breaking rules” against making recordings, although this only happened after they had documented several bags of ballots that were not secured with zip ties in the normal manner. The recount director responded the ballots “were marked and secured by paper“.
    Signature checks are still not being done, so it is a sham recount.

  208. calli

    Can you do it via TinyURL, custard?

  209. dover_beach

    One of Nine’s US correspondents, all terrible, on Tom Elliott’s program, yesterday, referred to the Senate hearing in PA as a meeting, made no mention of the eye witness testimonies to fraud, and repeated the ‘baseless accusations’ mantra. Media is the worst.

  210. Dot

    Gab, Jan 21, 2021…

    “…and Joe Biden is still President-Elect…”

  211. JMH

    DB – One of Nine’s US correspondents, all terrible, on Tom Elliott’s program, yesterday, referred to the Senate hearing in PA as a meeting, made no mention of the eye witness testimonies to fraud, and repeated the ‘baseless accusations’ mantra. Media is the worst.

    Listened via the internet and switched off after that, DB. Once upon a time, 3AW was a great radio station. Not any more.

    As for that mindless twat, Mitchell. He doesn’t realise that HE is part of the problem and certainly not the solution with his daily wailings about the dreaded ‘pandemic’.

  212. GP

    dover_beach
    #3672505, posted on November 27, 2020 at 8:52 am

    Channel 7 news in my region marketed the PA hearings as “Trump’s bizarre election claims”

  213. Colonel Crispin Berka

    mh #3672301, posted on November 26, 2020 at 11:00 pm

    Anyone know if the Michigan and Arizona state legislature public hearings are going ahead?

    NTD news reported today that Arizona is scheduled to begin public hearings on the 30 November.

  214. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect)

    If you attempt to post this link on Twitter it blocks you and says that the link is potentially harmful.

    Only a matter of time before Dorsey gets fired by his shareholders.

  215. areff

    Greasy Neil Mitchell is especially off-putting today. He’s in his just-a-suburban-boy mode, soliciting tales of how ‘we’ survived the Death Virus Lockdown. It makes a change from sneering at George Pell as a form of punctuation.

  216. egg_

    Re Shiva’s graphs and his recent analyst’s expectation of a parabolic type function roughly fitting the scatter pattern of a typical county – from previous, in the three counties cited, the “knee” appeared around the 27% pro GOP percentile (roughly e/10 = 0.27) – constant e being a doubling factor derivative – just curious if this could be an artefact of a (binary) algorithm in operation?

  217. JMH

    areff
    #3672544, posted on November 27, 2020 at 9:24 am

    Can’t listen to him any more. I find him utterly obnoxious.

  218. mh

    Thanks, colonel.
    Just found this

    Urgent Public Hearing with President Donald J. Trump’s Legal Team and Select Members of the Arizona Legislature on the recent elections.
    About this Event
    SCHEDULE: – Monday, November 30th
    8am Doors Open
    9am Start
    (Adjourn for Lunch)
    2pm Conclusion
    The President’s legal team will be present from DC to assist in a fact finding hearing with select members of the Arizona House and Senate and a panel of experts. The goal will be to gather the evidence that justifies calling a special session to contemplate what happened and take immediate action accordingly.
    “We are pleased that the State Legislatures in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan will be convening hearings to examine the November 3rd presidential election,” Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump, Jenna Ellis.
    State Legislatures are uniquely qualified and positioned to hold hearings on election irregularities and fraud before electors are chosen. As established in Article 2, Section 1.2 of the United States Constitution, State Legislatures have the sole authority to select their representatives to the Electoral College, providing a critical safeguard against voter fraud and election manipulation.
    REGISTRATION DETAILS
    Open to the Public…..Tickets are Limited!
    All attendees must register in advance and secure a ticket online
    Social Distancing Rules will be maintained in accordance with local guidelines including the use of facemasks
    IN GOD WE TRUST

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urgent-public-hearing-w-presidents-legal-team-on-arizona-election-results-tickets-130631992807?aff=erelexpmlt

  219. mh

    Ninnyd 🇬🇧❤️🇺🇸 Waiting~4~the Revolution
    @ninnyd101
    🚨🚨🚨police force entry into a guys home to break up a suspect party. When all he was doing was trying to entertain people as an Elvis impersonator, what is wrong with 2020. I think he’s alone….🚨🚨

    https://twitter.com/ninnyd101/status/1331723725520199683?s=20

  220. Oh come on

    The President’s legal team will be present from DC to assist in a fact finding hearing with select members of the Arizona House and Senate and a panel of experts.

    If they do in AZ what they did in PA yesterday, then we’re in with a fighting chance.

    Yesterday was a turning point. The ‘baseless claims’ narrative has been mortally wounded.

  221. Trump to hold rally in Georgia on Saturday

    YES!!
    It’s gonna be lit!

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