US post-election thread III: From Kraken to calamari

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  1. mh says:

    Jack Posobiec
    @JackPosobiec
    All the errors go in the same direction

    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1332471820507865093?s=20

  2. Cohenite:

    Bongino does a very good show on the election fraud:

    Another video that refuses to be played – this censoring of free speech is getting tiresome.

  3. mh says:

    Paul Gosar
    @DrPaulGosar
    I will be there. I am asking all patriots to come to the Hyatt Hotel downtown Phoenix at 9-10:30 am and show support for this hearing. #ArizonaHearing #stopthecoup
    @JennaEllisEsq
    @AZGOP

  4. johanna says:

    Prosobiec is a star.

    Again, check out the War Room (and as I do, skip over Bannon’s bloviating):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXQ4kDgjDiU

  5. P says:

    mh
    #3672863, posted on November 27, 2020 at 2:31 pm
    5 More Ways Joe Biden Magically Outperformed Election Norms

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/11/23/5-more-ways-joe-biden-magically-outperformed-election-norms/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GI5af5ybwdk

  6. Boambee John says:

    johanna

    And

    (iii) The Demonrats can’t afford to leave a Senate seat vacant before the inauguration. (Noting that once, if, she resigns, the seat will be vacant for months, until a special election can be held.

  7. min says:

    Monty I know you are a paid troll ,probably a whole group are you in fact considering the time you spend on line . However why are you concerned that there will be no swearing in at the Arizona hearing ? Look at what your bosses did at hotel inquiry in Victoria , a swearing in and they all lied.

  8. m0nty says:

    However why are you concerned that there will be no swearing in at the Arizona hearing ?

    “Look at all this evidence, it is legion!!” you all bleat. But if the witnesses are not under oath in a courtroom under cross-examination, it’s worth nothing.

  9. johanna says:

    Excellent point, BJ. I hadn’t thought of that, although the number crunchers on the Hill undoubtedly have.

  10. m0nty says:

    The sum total of the Pennsylvania hearing is a resolution sponsored by 26 Republican House members – 26 out of 203, including 113 Republicans – that will go nowhere and convince no one, since it will expire on Monday and will not be voted on. That’s it.

    There will most likely be a similarly muted reaction to the circus coming to Arizona.

  11. John Comnenus says:

    Let’s see what happens Monty. If it goes nowhere, it goes nowhere.

  12. Anyone know what the Trumpsters odds are ATM on Betfair?
    I have an account but can’t figure out what they are.

  13. buckshot says:

    Maj
    #3673552, posted on November 28, 2020 at 10:28 am
    This from mh’s link:

    Sources at Fox derided Newsmax as “far-right” and “fringe” and they singled out Kelly for particular criticism.

    Fox gone woke

    More like Fox on the run

  14. johanna says:

    On the open thread, my username has been converted to ‘anonymous’ and the comment has been blocked.

    WTF?

  15. P says:

    This pic is floating around the Twitterati at the moment all with different captions.

    I’m sure a few good captions could be thought up here.

  16. P says:

    WTF?

    It’s up on the Open thread now!!! I’m guessing it’s the comment about the queen of ,,, .

  17. mh says:

    There will most likely be a similarly muted reaction to the circus coming to Arizona.

    Yeah, Dorsey muting Arizona Republicans, Doug Mastriano style.

  18. P says:

    Doug Mastriano style

    No, no, that was ‘an error’.

  19. cohenite says:

    P
    #3673736, posted on November 28, 2020 at 1:53 pm
    This pic is floating around the Twitterati at the moment all with different captions.

    Arseholes anonymous.

  20. John Comnenus says:

    Last cigarette? Blindfold?

  21. calli says:

    “Elections”? Hahahahahahaha!

  22. calli says:

    A meme for a meme.

  23. johanna says:

    As I mentioned on the OT, TheirABC is now calling President Trump ‘Mr Trump.’ They can’t conceal their ardent desire to see him gone, and mere facts are not going to stand in their way.

    Half a dozen overpaid correspondents in the US, and they admit that they are getting their election info from the Associated Press, which is slightly to the right of CNN. The Trump hating stringers are just there to provide colour, at our expense.

    Yet they come to the Government with begging bowls, saying that expenditure has been cut to the bone.

  24. Tailgunner says:

    18.5/1 at the moment, Winston.
    Why can’t you see the market??

  25. dopey says:

    All this carry on over a piece of calamari.

  26. egg_ says:

    TheirABC is now calling President Trump ‘Mr Trump.’

    Philip Williams, TheirABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent, was referring to “President Biden” responding to the recent death of the Iranian Nuclear Scientist.

  27. FelixKruell says:

    “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” wrote Stephanos Bibas on behalf of a three-judge panel.

    “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here,” wrote Bibas, who was nominated by Trump.

    You seem to all be doing your very best to avoid this case.

    An appeals court confirmed what Brann said, and so many other courts have – Trumps team have presented no specific allegations of voter fraud, and no proof.

    So we can take from that, either:

    1. Trump has a cunning plan to withhold his actual allegations and actual proof until it hits SCOTUS. Because…something something 4D chess.

    OR

    2. The judges are all in on the conspiracy and rooting for Biden. Even when they’re life long Republicans, or actually appointed by Trump himself. In which case Trump really should have picked his judges more carefully, and shoulders the blame here.

    So which is it?

  28. Maj says:

    actually appointed by Trump himself. In which case Trump really should have picked his judges more carefully

    DJT wouldn’t know Judge Stephanos Bibas from a bar of soap, but he picked the 3 SCOTUS Justices VERY carefully

    They came though on the religious freedom case against Cuomo, overturning lower court rulings & outraging the Left, and they’ll come through again for President Trump very very soon

  29. Maj says:

    Ho-hum

    On to SCOTUS we go!

    After the religious freedom ruling slapping down Cuomo Leftists should be very very scared. There’s a new sheriff in town and the current SCOTUS is not like the old “consensus” court which slowly chipped away at the people’s rights & freedom.

  30. woolfe says:

    Tracy Beanz
    @tracybeanz

    This is a huge deal. The PA court is saying Parnell has a viable complaint that mail in voting in PA was unconstitutional and that the Gov there rushed to certify the POTUS and VP to skirt around it. This is massive – a huge win for justice.

    Robert Barnes
    @Barnes_Law

    Pennsylvania trial court rules the 2020 election was likely unconstitutional in Pennsylvania, and that gives state legislators power to choose electors.

  31. Boambee John says:

    Are the Demonrats angry that all that money they sent to Iran for nuclear weapons might be wasted?

  32. cohenite says:

    1735099
    #3673811, posted on November 28, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    You fucking dumb old bastard, that’s the Brann equal protection judgment; a really bad judgment, just like you’re a really bad human.

  33. buckshot says:

    This guy is interesting. An ex-DIA operator who names who he thinks Q is – Esra Cohen Wasnick/Watnick?

    A lot of other background information as well on the Kraken etc. Just over an hour long video.

  34. Maj says:

    Pennsylvania House and Senate introduce resolutions to take back their right to appoint presidential electors

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJCKLRNh2gA

  35. Indolent says:

    Q quite clearly stated several times that it was not one person but a group. I guess Cohen Watnick could be the leader. He certainly seems to be close to Trump.

  36. P says:

    Kyle Becker
    @kylenabecker
    CNN: “So, the outcome would be to re-elect Donald Trump. Trump doesn’t need to do anything other than to simply accept this outcome, which is Constitutional.”

    Biden voters, here’s your chance to *scream internally.*

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdUGMQ0yTP4

  37. buckshot says:

    This guy, Jeffery Prather, says that Watnick is 2IC to Flynn, operating with/within the DIA. Could the DIA be the group?

  38. P says:

    Kyle Becker @kylenabecker
    CNN: “So, the outcome would be to re-elect Donald Trump. Trump doesn’t need to do anything other than to simply accept this outcome, which is Constitutional.”
    Biden voters, here’s your chance to *scream internally.*

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdUGMQ0yTP4

  39. mh says:

    2021 t shirts

    Article Two Section 1.2
    MAGA 🇺🇸

  40. Tailgunner says:

    Thanks for that link, buckshot 👍

  41. Tailgunner says:

    Could the DIA be the group?

    White Hats.
    Yes.

  42. Tailgunner says:

    And SpaceForce!
    Trump’s own agency.
    Satellites &shit…

  43. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Ho-hum
    BREAKING: President Trump Legal Team Loses Mail-in Ballot Pennsylvania Appeal | NewsNOW From FOX

    That’s not “breaking”, that’s over 11hrs old. It’s since been overruled. Here’s the latest.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/thevivafrei/status/1332472313489608706

    Robert Barnes @Barnes_Law · 46m
    Pennsylvania trial court rules the 2020 election was likely unconstitutional in Pennsylvania, and that gives state legislators power to choose electors.

    Pennsylvania State Judge Upholds Halt To Certification, Finds Likelihood Mail-In Balloting Procedures Violate PA Constitution

    Posted by William A. Jacobson Friday, November 27, 2020 at 11:00pm
    Upholds injunction issued earlier in the week, finds “Petitioners appear to have a viable claim that the mail-in ballot procedures set forth in Act 77 contravene Pa. Const. Article VII Section 14”
    https://legalinsurrection.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Kelly-v.-Pennsylvania-Injunction-Halting-Certification-Memorandum-Opinion-Filed-11-27-2020.pdf

    As relief, Petitioners seek, inter alia, a declaration and/or injunction that prohibits Respondents from certifying the November 2020 General Election results, which include mail-in ballots that are permitted on a statewide basis and are allegedly improper because Act 77 is unconstitutional.
    […] Respondents have not established that greater harm will result in providing emergency relief, than the harm suffered by the public due to the results of a purportedly unconstitutional election. For all of the above reasons, the Court respectfully submits that the emergency preliminary injunction was properly issued and should be upheld pending an expedited emergency evidentiary hearing

  44. John Comnenus says:

    PA judge upholds injunction says that the election in PA was likely unconstitutional

    Oh well I guess Monty is right, Trump has no case.

  45. cohenite says:

    P
    #3673878, posted on November 28, 2020 at 3:52 pm
    Kyle Becker
    @kylenabecker
    CNN: “So, the outcome would be to re-elect Donald Trump. Trump doesn’t need to do anything other than to simply accept this outcome, which is Constitutional.”

    Biden voters, here’s your chance to *scream internally.*

    That was discussed here about a week ago. CNN brainiacs just catching up.

  46. mh says:

    Rudy Giuliani Appears on Greg Kelly Reports for Update on Election Fraud Lawsuits

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMHEDn4WPkQ

  47. calli says:

    CNN brainiacs just catching up.

    They’ve known all along.

    That was a dog whistle.

  48. kaysee says:

    KRAKEN.

    “We’ve got pictures of the check stubs paid to people to ballot harvest.”

    Uh oh. It looks like @SidneyPowell1
    got the *RECEIPTS.*

  49. kaysee says:

    Michigan Analysis Suggests Absentee Votes ‘Manipulated By Computer’, Flags Hundreds Of Thousands Of Ballots

    The “non-partisan effort by unpaid citizens and volunteer experts” and PhDs comes to the conclusion that an “audited recount” ought to be carried out in Michigan counties that returned voting results that were statistically unlikely, if not impossible.

    The report also raises concerns about Michigan election official’s conduct regarding mail-in balloting. Of the 3,507,129 ballots requested, the report flags hundreds of thousands of ballots with qualities, such as “duplicate ballot IDs,” “missing ballot address,” or “year of birth before 1921.”

    Data

  50. cohenite says:

    Maj
    #3673862, posted on November 28, 2020 at 3:40 pm
    Pennsylvania House and Senate introduce resolutions to take back their right to appoint presidential electors

    Avery good first step. Let’s hope the usual GoP cuckitis doesn’t appear.

  51. cohenite says:

    Data

    FMD.

    I just had my usual pointless argument with a dj on 2sm, dave sutherland, who seems a nice fellow with the brains of a sea sponge who can only opine that Trump is acting like a spoilt kid and will ruin his achievements by not accepting the joe victory.

    I’ve come to the conclusion that the whole of the media has to be destroyed; it is populated by idiots, commies and vanity ridden shitheads.

  52. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    It’s great we have so many Cats with their ear to the ground that as soon as any significant event happens you will see it reported here two or three times over.

  53. Tel says:

    I’m giving this thing a try.

    https://rudygiulianics.com/podcast-common-sense/

    Not sure if anyone else has listened, but he offeres a bit of direct insight into the strategy on his side of things.

  54. kaysee says:

    It’s great we have so many Cats with their ear to the ground that as soon as any significant event happens you will see it reported here two or three times over.

    I try to run a quick check through the pages of comments to avoid reposting and repetition. But it is not easy, as there is so much of information flowing in, and many versions too.

  55. cohenite says:

    A good article on what Trump is fighting but like so many Albrechtsen thinks Trump is gone:

    Jordan Peterson inflames the Assemblies of Wokeness
    Janet Albrechtsen The Australian November 28, 2020
    If you don’t have any matches handy, let alone a book to burn because it is not yet published, then maybe crying in anticipation of publication makes sense. Scrap that. Little of what happened at Penguin this week makes good sense. This single small episode shows that little cliques from the Assemblies of Wokeness have big aims to kill off a vibrant, free and intellectually diverse culture. The timing was perfect too. Just as Donald Trump (almost) conceded his defeat, it has become clear why Trumpism is here to stay.
    On Wednesday VICE World News reported that emotion boiled over at a staff meeting when employees of publishing firm Penguin confronted managers about its decision to publish Jordan Peterson’s latest book, Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life.
    Some Penguin employees spoke to VICE about their reasons. One mentioned a co-worker who thinks Peterson “radicalised” their mother and ­father. Another mentioned how publication will “affect their non-binary friend”.
    Another staff member described the heightened emotion: “People were crying in the meeting about how Jordan Peterson has affected their lives.”
    Penguin employees followed a well-worn path: to prove that diversity in the 21st century cannot make room for the likes of Peterson, Penguin staff accused him of being transphobic, an icon of hate speech and white supremacy.
    It is true that Peterson once stood next to a fan who wore a T-shirt that said: “I’m a Proud Islamaphobe.” And that is evidence of precisely nothing.
    Another employee criticised Penguin for not acknowledging that it wants to make money from Peterson’s book. Ye Gods, a company wants to make profits from goods it sells in the open and free market.
    Then Twitter exploded. More woke warriors tried to tear down Peterson and his upcoming ­sequel to Twelves Rule for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Peterson was accused of being an anti-communist. And the problem with that is … what exactly? The author was also accused of being anti-Semitic. Again, no evidence is mentioned.
    Since news of the brouhaha at Penguin broke on Wednesday, many have suggested that the emotional staff members objecting to the publication of Peterson’s book should find a job outside publishing, or at least read his first book before wanting to ban his new one.
    That overlooks the fact that the woke are, if nothing else, strategic. Reading the book would strip them of blissful ignorance. And there is a reason they choose to work in schools, at universities, in bureaucracies, at public broadcasters and in the arts, too. There is no creative space for pursuing a woke agenda if you’re a welder, a plumber or running a pizza shop.
    As one literary agent told The Times last month, the tension arises “from an industry in which staff are left-wing but the structures are entirely capitalist and market-driven”.
    “The main way for the young to express their idealism is through protest,” said the agent, adding that this tension created headaches for publishing bosses.
    Not to mention the bigger headache for a functioning democracy. Wokeness has moved beyond the university campus. For many fully fledged adults, it is their secular religion, call it the Assemblies of Wokeness. The movement is tribal, increasingly well organised and, importantly, premised on a new morality. Not all woke pursuits are bad. But those parts that undermine basic values in a democracy are rotten. For example, when followers of the Assemblies of Wokeness dismiss dis­senters as immoral apostates who must be silenced. Unlike many other religions, wokeness often struggles to offer redemption to sinners.
    The staff uprising at Penguin is part of a much deeper and broader battle over diversity waged inside a growing number of industries and institutions. Most people are understandably attracted to nice ideas such as ­diversity and tolerance. These people often fall prey to more canny members of the woke movement, whose dual aims, like most religious leaders, are power and control. They colonise different spheres of public and private life, from corporations to the kitchen table, if Gillian Triggs had her way. And taken to its logical conclusion, they will usher in a stifling, intolerant puritanism that will beat historical antecedents hands down.
    In a modern-day parody of Orwell’s 1984, they use phrases such as “diversity” and “inclusion” to cleanse ideas from dissenters so that their utopian vision is not threatened. For them, a Peterson book cannot be ignored, it must be pulped.
    These visionaries employ “sensitivity readers” to ensure new books won’t “upset” people by presenting different views. They shame authors such as ­Lionel Shriver for cultural appropriation because, as a middle-aged white woman she dares to write fiction that deviates from her own life experience. Shakes­peare would not survive woke culture. And JK Rowling is their numero uno nemesis for pointing out that some trans rights impinge on the rights of others.
    On the other side of this raging battle are people who understand that genuine progress is messy, exhilarating, nonlinear and beyond the wit of authoritarian social engineers: that progress relies on a robust marketplace of ideas where even a weird chap who consumes only meat, salt and water can write freely about his 12 rules for a good life.
    Slowly, more people are coming to realise that a great deal rides on maintaining such a healthy marketplace of ideas. While zealous adherents of wokeness may not be well suited to listening to other points of view, others might be prevented from joining the hardliners if they are encouraged to wonder about where wokeness leads.
    Who, for example gets to call the shots in a woke world? And who will be left standing when a woke mob come for you if you question their increasingly dogmatic diktats? How can we work out that a consensus has become both wrong and dangerous, except through dissenting voices? A few chats about courage of dissenters from the past, and the empowering morality of freedom of expression won’t go astray either.
    To its credit, Penguin put out a statement this week defending its right to publish diverse points of view. What a win-win week for the publishing company. Given the ideological make-up of its staff, Penguin surely knew that a town hall-style meeting would become a platform for emotional outbursts, public controversy and lots of free publicity. Job well done.
    Apart from guaranteeing healthy books sales, Penguin employees have also boosted Peterson’s celebrity. Just as more people might be questioning ­Peterson’s credibility as a role model for his earlier preaching about an ordered life, the behaviour of Penguin staff reminds us why this deeply flawed Canadian psychologist speaks for those who are marginalised and mocked by woke folk. These will include many who voted for Trump in 2016, and many who added nine million more votes to Trump’s final tally, even as he lost to Biden.
    Interesting, the staff disturbance at Penguin over Peterson erupted the day after Netflix released Hillbilly Elegy, a movie that surely overlaps with Peterson’s base. Ron Howard’s movie is based on the memoir by JD Vance, a bestseller in 2016 as elites in coastal metropolises struggled to understand the rise of Trump. The movie and reaction to it offer more evidence of a continuing cultural divide that can only fuel Trumpism.
    Vance grew up poor in the midwest rust-belt of Middletown, Ohio. He spent summers with his mother’s family, a ragamuffin crowd of hillbillies from Kentucky. There is no father, only a revolving door of men who hook up with his drug-addicted mother. And a smoking, cursing, loving grandmother — his “Mamaw” — who extracted him from a destiny where kids leave school early and end up jobless and hopeless. Teenage pregnancies are rife, along with crime, addiction and violence. Against all odds, Vance joined the military, served in Iraq and went to Yale Law School.
    The movie recaptures the ­social decay of deindustrialised America in Vance’s memoir. Though Trump is not mentioned in the book, or the movie, Vance’s bootstrap story of survival and success explains why millions of Americans, left behind by globalisation and other elite obsessions, sided with a wealthy insider who campaigned for the working class as a boisterous and shameless outsider.
    Curiously, critics who have panned the movie complained that it has been cleansed of ­politics. What, precisely, do these highly educated writers need S-P-E-L-L-E-D O-U-T for them? In one scene, at a Yale dinner for prospective interns, an urbane law partner from New York asks the young Vance what it’s like when he returns to home to the “rednecks” in Ohio. He may as well have called them deplorables.
    The movie is a two-hour screen adaptation about politics being downstream from culture. So is the tearful outburst of staff at Penguin. At polar ends of the spectrum, both show that dysfunctional cultures produce dysfunctional politics.
    Politics might become less polarised when there is less mocking and more genuine engagement by people trying to step into the shoes of others, regardless of their class and cultural backgrounds.
    For all their years of higher education, the woke have not worked out that while Trump will soon be gone, Trumpism thrives on their misguided quest for power.

  56. Tom Atkinson says:

    monty:

    The sum total of the Pennsylvania hearing is a resolution sponsored by 26 Republican House members – 26 out of 203, including 113 Republicans – that will go nowhere and convince no one, since it will expire on Monday and will not be voted on. That’s it.

    So how do you know it will “go nowhere”? The Repubs have comfortable majorities in both houses of the PA legislature.

    “26 out of 203”. LOL. Is that your feeble attempt to make it sound like the resolution has piddling support? Sponsored by 26 Repubs means it has massive support.

  57. Gunner:

    18.5/1 at the moment, Winston.
    Why can’t you see the market??

    It’s probably just unfamiliarity with the site, but on the page where you start to make your bet, it hasn’t changed since I dropped my bet in.
    Yes I’ve refreshed/closed/re opened the site but I couldn’t see the $26 Duncanm spoke of this morning at 0819.
    Unless, of course, the odds have actually come back to 18.5. In which case I’m on top of it, Gunner.

  58. Tailgunner says:

    Market always moving, Winston.
    Currently 21/1.
    Lots of money coming in – market has cracked $2B!

  59. egg_ says:

    It’s great we have so many Cats with their ear to the ground that as soon as any significant event happens you will see it reported here two or three times over.

    Sometimes the same YouTube videos get reposted many times over several pages, but it’s better than none, given the MSM’s lack of coverage.

  60. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect) says:

    I’ve come to the conclusion that the whole of the media has to be destroyed; it is populated by idiots, commies and vanity ridden shitheads.

    FACT CHECK: This tweet contains controversial statements that Jack Dorsey doesn’t approve.

  61. kaysee says:

    FACT CHECK: This tweet contains controversial statements that Jack Dorsey doesn’t approve.

    It also advocates violence and discriminates against entities with non-existent IQs.

  62. Gunner:

    Lots of money coming in – market has cracked $2B!

    The amounts coming in for Biden don’t seem to be logical, appears to be the consensus. I wonder if Chinese betting money is feeding that side of the book – in which case there will be some furious ‘investors’ who will do their money ‘big league’ when President Trump wins.
    …and these boys apparently don’t like losing on a sure thing.

  63. egg_ says:

    FACT CHECK: This tweet contains controversial statements that Jack Dorsey doesn’t approve.

    Dorsey dress like the Amish – are they on Twitter?

  64. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    it’s better than none, given the MSM’s lack of coverage.

    Indeed. I was not being sarcastic, but I see in hindsight why kaysee might have interpreted it that way.

    I was actually kindof embarrassed it took me an hour to press post on my comment, that’s how long I spent reading about what had happened and trying to find other confirmation sources for the news besides the Levin web site – which blocking the court PDF with some Google captcha check bs. When I started writing that comment Numbers’ Fox news video was the last one on the page.

  65. wivenhoe says:

    Dorsey dress like the Amish – are they on Twitter?

    Well, yeah…sorta…they tie their message on pigeon legs for despatch.

  66. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Tailgunner.
    Surely it is a bit disconcerting that Q is apparently coming out of the shadows and basically declaring who they they really are?
    Like, surely Q could only continue to serve a purpose by being secret. This de-cloaking must mean Q does not seen any purpose remaining for Q going forward.
    But then is that because they think Trump has lost and has no way forward, or is it because this is the one time Q is needed the most? The idea that Q is a Dem psy-op to channel populist energy in useless directions is not disproven by Q making themselves even more believable at the same time that the Dems really need Trump supporters to sit on the couch. I’ve not heard of Q asking QAnons to actually do anything, ever.

  67. mh says:

    If the Republicans have flipped another House seat, as someone upthread has stated, why hasn’t House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy tweeted for two days? Is he low energy, or just swamp?

  68. areff says:

    dot, Obama won his State Senate seat by thoroughly going through his opponent’s ballots and removing ballots with dodgy signature verification.

    Not to mention getting a bent judge to open his opponent’s sealed divorce files.

  69. dover_beach says:

    Indeed, areff.

  70. Tailgunner says:

    Surely it is a bit disconcerting that Q is apparently coming out of the shadows and basically declaring who they they really are?

    Not really, Colonel. The Plan is playing out perfectly.
    The Trap has shut, the patriot assets are in place and General Flynn is back in the game.
    Q’s got this!
    😎

  71. kaysee says:

    I was actually kindof embarrassed it took me an hour to press post on my comment, that’s how long I spent reading about what had happened and trying to find other confirmation sources

    I wondered if it was a tongue-in-cheek comment.🙂

    I find myself in the same situation when I come across a news item. I don’t want to post something that is fake news but this current situation in the US is moving very quickly. As soon as information becomes available to a source, it gets passed on.

  72. Armadillo says:

    Why aren’t the Democrats countering all this statistical analysis?

    Why aren’t the Democrats countering all these claims? Methodically, bit by bit, with logic and reason?

    It’s because they have nothing other than “shut up” and censorship. It’s game over.

  73. FelixKruell says:

    Armadillo:

    Why aren’t the Democrats countering all these claims? Methodically, bit by bit, with logic and reason?

    When the claims start being methodical, with logic and reason, you might find the responses do the same?

  74. Armadillo says:

    Democrats know it’s all over. The birds are singing.

  75. cohenite says:

    When the claims start being methodical, with logic and reason, you might find the responses do the same?

    Here’s the bush lawyer, fucking felix, with turds on his brow and crap on his tongue.

  76. Armadillo says:

    When the claims start being methodical, with logic and reason, you might find the responses do the same?

    No. When you are right and know it, you come out and fight. You obliterate the opposition.

    The Democrats aren’t doing that. The “foot soldiers” aren’t going to serve prison time for these fuckers.

    The birds are singing.

  77. Armadillo says:

    It’s all about to come crashing down about your ears.

  78. Armadillo says:

    Trump is still the President, and he will remain to be so.

  79. Armadillo says:

    There will be no mercy.

  80. Terry says:

    @Armadillo
    #3674139, posted on November 28, 2020 at 7:06 pm
    ‘Democrats…with logic and reason’

    Bwahahaha – now that’s DeMunted level trolling. Something FuckKnuckle might throw up.

    The simple answer is, that’s just not the way NPCs are programmed. It’s all about the feelz and roolz for radicalz.

    @Armadillo
    #3674148, posted on November 28, 2020 at 7:11 pm
    ‘Democrats know it’s all over.’

    Yeah, I don’t think they do know it.
    I think they believe they are so clever, they:
    1. Think they will (did) get away with it; and
    2. Even if people find out, no one is going to do anything about it.

    When they are thwarted, it will be a genuine shock and will result in much tantruming.

  81. Armadillo says:

    mOnts was given countless opportunities to come in here and apologise before it was too late.

    He was warned.

  82. Armadillo says:

    I think they believe they are so clever, they:
    1. Think they will (did) get away with it; and
    2. Even if people find out, no one is going to do anything about it.

    Timing is everything.

  83. Armadillo says:

    Nothing they do now can stop this.

    Dig upwards.

  84. mh says:

    Smartmatic
    @smartmatic
    Our CEO introduces @BillGates to Smartmatic’s efforts to improve elections around the world. At the @GlblCtzn meeting

    https://twitter.com/smartmatic/status/613378731298680832?s=20

  85. kaysee says:

    Tonight, #BidenCheated is at #1 on Twitter trends in the United States after a number of conservative activists and politicians got the hashtag trending.

    Conservative activist “Rooster” used the hashtag and said, “#BidenCheated worse than Bill Clinton did on Hillary.”

    One member of the Trump team, Caleb Thompson, believes, “#BidenCheated is trending in 1st place right now” because “The American People are finally realizing that this election was stolen and that @realDonaldTrump will remain The President!”

  86. Armadillo says:

    Out of the darkness, into the light.

  87. mh says:

    How do you “improve” an election for Bill Gates?

    I think we know.

  88. P says:

    Arma,
    X22 Report is far better now on youtube. Sound is better also.
    Ep. 2339b
    20,857 views • Nov 28, 2020

  89. egg_ says:

    Teh Ree-ometer is vewy vewy qwiet today.

  90. mh says:

    Interesting, gunner.
    Looking at the Smartmatic twitter account, there are tweets on how to handle a ‘crisis’.
    ‘Crisis’ as in those pesky GOP poll watchers and observers, I’m guessing.

    Smartmatic
    @smartmatic
    ·
    Oct 27
    You can’t get better advice on election crisis management than this. Alice Miller of @Votes4DC, @vote_Mfg_QA, and Rich Serino, formerly of FEMA and now a Sr. Fellow with @HarvardNPLI dispensing advice during our recent webinar.

  91. FelixKruell says:

    Armadillo:

    No. When you are right and know it, you come out and fight. You obliterate the opposition.

    They already have obliterated the opposition. There’s no need to fight any longer. It’s over. They’ve left the arena (as has the media, and the public), had their victory drinks, and moved on with planning their reign.

    Face it – you’re yelling at each other in an empty arena. The lights have been switched off.

  92. Armadillo says:

    X22 Report is far better now on youtube. Sound is better also.

    YouTube also regularly pull down it down. I’ve been out most of the day, so I’ll check it out.

    Censorship is the thing killing the Democrats at the moment. Unintended consequences.

    It’s almost like @jack, YouTube and FB are closet Trumpians. The more they censor, the more the public hunger for freedom.

  93. Tailgunner says:

    The lights have been switched off

    Not yet, but very soon.
    Nothing can stop what’s coming now!

  94. Armadillo says:

    Ditto Fox News and the rest of the MSM. They are the ones responsible for their own demise.

  95. kaysee says:

    Patrick

    Republicans pick up a 3rd seat in California and projected to “flip” one more.

    Young Kim, Michelle Steel, and now David Valadao will all be headed to Washington.

    Mike Garcia leads, if he wins, that means this will be Republicans 4th flipped seat following the 2018 blue wave.

    Republicans are picking House seats in blue California but Biden wins US Presidency?

  96. Armadillo says:

    Face it – you’re yelling at each other in an empty arena. The lights have been switched off.

    An apt description of the MSM and the distain they have held for the voting public. Blacks, Latinos and Asians.

    It’s over for you. Gone.

    Sheeple no more.

  97. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    From Colonel Crispin Berka at 6:13 pm:

    “Tailgunner.
    Surely it is a bit disconcerting that Q is apparently coming out of the shadows …?
    Like, surely Q could only continue to serve a purpose by being secret. This de-cloaking must mean Q …
    … or is it because this is the one time Q is needed the most? The idea that Q is a Dem psy-op to channel populist energy … by Q … I’ve not heard of Q asking QAnons to actually do anything, ever. [blahhhh – send in someone literate, please!]

    I visit the thread to get some feel for whether the forces of evil remain in control or if there has been some shift in favour of President Trump, reported by mature adults.

    I expect to see the standard unsubstantiated garbage, now three weeks old, about “It’s gunna be epikkkk! … trust me, I know stuff! Just look at my twin Webber carby, vrooom vrooom” but now it has cranked up a level!

    Why do I get the impression I have inadvertently stumbled onto the set of a bloody Rambo movie remake, cobbled together by the Logan High School kiddies, sponsored by Winfield Blue?

  98. m0nty says:

    Nothing can stop what’s coming now!

    Well, that’s what happens when you bust your arse.

  99. cohenite says:

    Republicans are picking House seats in blue California but Biden wins US Presidency?

    Yep, it is impossible; plus the down voting in the swing states; it’s cheating, fraud, bullshit, the very stuff which comes out of bush lawyer’s gob.

  100. Armadillo says:

    Out of the darkness, and into the light.

    The curtain is being drawn on you sick bastards, bit by bit.

  101. kaysee says:

    Trump supporters before the election

    while Sleepy was hiding in the basement.

  102. cohenite says:

    Well, that’s what happens when you bust your arse.

    Hey piss taker, give us a fuck off; you must have stock piled a couple from your ration.

  103. Boambee John says:

    Armadillo
    #3674139, posted on November 28, 2020 at 7:06 pm
    Why aren’t the Democrats countering all this statistical analysis?

    Why aren’t the Democrats countering all these claims? Methodically, bit by bit, with logic and reason?

    It’s because they have nothing other than “shut up” and censorship. It’s game over.

    If the claims are as weak as MSM and Twatter (and the fat fool munty) would have us believe, why are they not countering them with actual facts, rather than just mumbling “debunked”?

  104. kaysee says:

    Yep, it is impossible; plus the down voting in the swing states; it’s cheating, fraud, bullshit, the very stuff which comes out of bush lawyer’s gob.

    The DimDems must have been confident of winning the House so they didn’t bother with the fraud there.
    The cheating was focussed on Trump, and to some extent, the Senate seats.

  105. Armadillo says:

    What no one realises is that “The Kraken” is actually the terrible monster that is unleashed, and everyone gets to see it. The Kraken is defeated. Its symbolic of the Democrats and the entire swamp.

    Sinc was onto it early. Look up to see the title of the thread.

  106. Armadillo says:

    The Doomlord is never wrong. Ever.

  107. egg_ says:

    Republicans pick up a 3rd seat in California and projected to “flip” one more.

    Young Kim, Michelle Steel, and now David Valadao will all be headed to Washington.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAbASo8V9Rw

  108. Armadillo says:

    Except for that stuff about Turnbull.

    Everyone knows that men in mankinis go on the occasional drug and Alchohol binge from time to time.

    Meh. We shouldn’t be judgemental.

  109. P says:

    kaysee
    #3674220, posted on November 28, 2020 at 8:25 pm

    and now David Valadao will all be headed to Washington.

    As noted here earlier this morning

  110. Terry says:

    @FelixKruell
    #3674212, posted on November 28, 2020 at 8:18 pm
    Poor FuckKnuckle
    Has its back to the surf. Completely oblivious that the tide has gone out. No idea of the force about to be unleashed from the sea.

  111. Tel says:

    Why aren’t the Democrats countering all these claims? Methodically, bit by bit, with logic and reason?

    Lol. I see what you did there.

  112. P says:

    Dominion investigation? A DOJ plane went to Toronto (Dominion HQ), then to Atlanta
    by JD Rucker November 28, 2020
    As much as we believe the Department of Justice is doing nothing about rampant voter fraud, anecdotal plane logs may hint that something is happening?

  113. mh says:

    Here you go, Mick. Some sanity.

    Alex Jones Show, which includes A Current Affair appearing in the first two minutes.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNfFDa-V0S4

  114. C.L. says:

    Can one of the more reasoned Krackonites give us an election sitrep.

  115. kaysee says:

    As noted here earlier this morning

    Yes, and they are looking at a possible fourth.

  116. Frank says:

    Well, that’s what happens when you bust your arse.

    Strangely I was just reading up on sigmoid volvulus when that comment popped up. It can happen if you get excited when eating and don’t chew the chop bones enough.

  117. kaysee says:

    An Illegitimate Election Plunges the Republic into a Crisis

    This is how elections are conducted in Third World countries – and now in America.
    However the presidential election turns out, one thing is clear, half the country will believe that the man officially sitting in the White House is an illegitimate pretender.

    And that’s the way it’s been throughout this century.

    The crisis of presidential legitimacy really kicked into gear in 2000. Before that people might hate the president, but the opposing political party wouldn’t insist on his illegitimacy. Afterward every president has been treated as an illegitimate criminal to be opposed and driven out.

    Twenty years later, the Democrat strategy of presidential illegitimacy has brought the country to the brink of civil war. Declaring that President Bush was illegitimate wasn’t just rhetoric. Congressional Democrats fought certification of the election results in 2000 and 2004, and touted impeachment. The Iraq War did not radicalize Democrat opposition to Bush, like the pandemic, it gave the already radicalized Democrats a tangible thing to justify their treason.

  118. Armadillo says:

    Can one of the more reasoned Krackonites give us an election sitrep.

    I’m assuming you are refering to me?

    Israel took out the top nuclear scientist in Iran yesterday. Israeli’s congratulations of sleepy Joe a week ago was part of the plan. Who was in Israel at the time?

    Washington is safe.

    Trump is still the President, and he will continue to be so.

  119. Some History says:

    Fallix
    They already have obliterated the opposition. There’s no need to fight any longer. It’s over. They’ve left the arena (as has the media, and the public), had their victory drinks, and moved on with planning their reign.

    Face it – you’re yelling at each other in an empty arena. The lights have been switched off.

    HeeHeeHee . . . . . . TISH! [soft]

  120. 1735099 says:

    The Wisconsin recount gained 132 votes net for Biden.
    It cost the Trump campaign $3 million.
    It really does have a funny side….

  121. m0nty says:

    They finished the recount in Wisconsin… Biden gained votes! Aaaaaaahahahaha. Three million dollars well spent.

  122. Tel says:

    “The Kraken” is actually the terrible monster that is unleashed …

    Maybe a Kraken Saack Waax would get you unleashed?

    Alcohol may have been a factor, in this helpful suggestion.

  123. m0nty says:

    LOL Numbers, you got that one.

  124. m0nty says:

    The thing about the Wisconsin recount was that it was done only in red counties, as Trump hoped to find more votes for him there than in blue areas. And he still fell further behind! What a balls up.

    Not that it will bother him, that $3M will be paid off by rubes sending in small dollar donations, not him.

  125. egg_ says:

    Not that it will bother him, that $3M will be paid off by rubes sending in small dollar donations, not him.

    Says the incompetent only fit to count the cash at a Bunnings sausage sizzle.
    Can’t the bingo wings tuckshop ladies be trusted to count the cash, sausage sizzle Executive?

  126. twostix says:

    1735099
    #3674283, posted on November 28, 2020 at 9:19 pm

    The Wisconsin recount gained 132 votes net for Biden.
    It cost the Trump campaign $3 million.
    It really does have a funny side….
    m0nty
    #3674285, posted on November 28, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    They finished the recount in Wisconsin… Biden gained votes! Aaaaaaahahahaha. Three million dollars well spent.

    Funny Trump Script 3.0 successfully uploaded to the NPC’s and 9:18pm I see.

  127. egg_ says:

    The Wisconsin recount gained 132 votes net for Biden.

    What of the 96,771 unreturned absentee ballots, per NCOA?

  128. egg_ says:

    Funny Trump Script 3.0 successfully uploaded to the NPC’s and 9:18pm I see.

    What a coincidence!

  129. Armadillo says:

    They finished the recount in Wisconsin… Biden gained votes! Aaaaaaahahahaha. Three million dollars well spent.

    Very well spent. Do you know what that proves?

    It proves that the voting system is utterly flawed. Try arguing with your bank manager that it’s OK for funds in your account to be added/disappeared at a whim.

  130. Sinclair Davidson says:

    My good friend Patrick Basham setting out some of the statistical anomalies with the US election.

    The following 10 peculiarities also lack compelling explanations:

    1. Late on election night, with Trump comfortably ahead, many swing states stopped counting ballots. In most cases, observers were removed from the counting facilities. Counting generally continued without the observers.

    2. Statistically abnormal vote counts were the new normal when counting resumed. They were unusually large in size (hundreds of thousands) and had an unusually high (90 per cent and above) Biden-to-Trump ratio.

    3. Late arriving ballots were counted. In Pennsylvania, 23,000 absentee ballots have impossible postal return dates and another 86,000 have such extraordinary return dates they raise serious questions.

    4. The failure to match signatures on mail in ballots. The destruction of mail in ballot envelopes, which must contain signatures.

    5. Historically low absentee ballot rejection rates despite the massive expansion of mail voting. Such is Biden’s narrow margin that, as political analyst Robert Barnes observes, “If the states simply imposed the same absentee ballot rejection rate as recent cycles, then Trump wins the election.”

    6. Missing votes. In Delaware County, Pennsylvania, 50,000 votes held on 47 USB cards are missing.

    7. Non-resident voters. Matt Braynard’s Voter Integrity Project estimates that 20,312 people who no longer met residency requirements cast ballots in Georgia. Biden’s margin is 12,670 votes.

    8. “Over votes.” Pennsylvania mailed out 1.8 million ballots, but 2.5 million ballots were returned. In 10 Pennsylvania counties, Biden secured more votes than there were registered Democratic voters. In Nevada, there are 77,982 more votes in the presidential election than total ballots cast; Biden’s current margin is 33,596. Ballots exceeded the number of residents by 2.5 times in some Georgia precincts.

    9. Serious “chain of custody” breakdowns. Invalid residential addresses. Record numbers of dead people voting. Ballots in pristine condition without creases, that is, they had not been mailed in envelopes as required by law.

    10. Statistical anomalies. In Georgia, Biden overtook Trump with 89 percent of the votes counted. For the next 53 batches of votes counted, Biden led Trump by the same exact 50.05 to 49.95 percent margin in every single batch. It is particularly perplexing that all statistical anomalies and tabulation abnormalities were in Biden’s favour. Whether the cause was simple human error or nefarious activity, or a combination, clearly something peculiar happened.

  131. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Alcohol may have been a factor, in this helpful suggestion.

    Best applicant for CL’s task has been found.

    Could turn into an episode of Drunk History.

  132. Armadillo says:

    A vote has a value. It’s going to come to down to what value society decides to put on it.

    What’s your Liberty worth?

  133. Tom Atkinson says:

    Can one of the more reasoned Krackonites give us an election sitrep.

    Been mostly flat for the last few weeks. A few ripples, maybe.

    But today – it looks like a wave forming.

  134. mh says:

    Alex Jones had Patrick Byrne on as a guest.
    I gave up because Jones started shouting and interrupting him.
    But one thing Byrne did say was the fraud that he was aware of was not widespread, but narrow and deep.
    The election riggers worked out they could flip 5 states using only 5 counties.

  135. Armadillo says:

    Zippy, what’s the go with the “President Elect” bullshit?

    It’s reminiscent of Tiger anointing himself “King” and no one even batted an eyelid.

    Your heads will both roll into the same basket. Eventually. It’s only a matter of time.

  136. Armadillo:

    No. When you are right and know it, you come out and fight. You obliterate the opposition.
    The Democrats aren’t doing that. The “foot soldiers” aren’t going to serve prison time for these fuckers.

    This is where they have come undone. They thought the Donald would throw his hands up in the air and wander off into the dark, sobbing into his hankie.
    Unfortunately for them, President Trump pulled out his pork sword and proceeded to them a rogering they will not forget in a hurry.
    He shoulda listened to the Chinese bloke:
    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”
    ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

  137. Gab says:

    Republicans are picking House seats in blue California but Biden wins US Presidency?

    But of course! Why Biden is even more popular than Obama!

  138. egg_ says:

    Byrne did say was the fraud that he was aware of was not widespread, but narrow and deep.
    The election riggers worked out they could flip 5 states using only 5 counties.

    Caught that.
    The Jones clip has been posted a few times.

  139. Arky says:

    Phillipa Mae Cracken.

  140. cohenite says:

    Does anyone know the state of the US House?

  141. min says:

    As I understand it numbers of votes will not matter if irregularities are unconstitutional . President is elected by State rep votes and Trump has the majority of States.

  142. egg_ says:

    The five city “Drop and Roll” technique of vote fraud

    In the Drop and roll technique, they shut the voting down, calculate what they need, then drop a batch in to “Catch up”. After that they roll out for example, 53 batches in a row and each batch measures exactly 51.2% for Biden and 48.8% for Trump and they roll that difference forward. All this will be released tomorrow.

    The five cities where the deep cheating went on: Atlanta, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Detroit, and Maracopa County, Arizona. They hide behind black regions so then they will call you a racist if you question it.

    /Jo Nova

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcKG6O2nQuc

  143. egg_ says:

    They hide behind black regions so then they will call you a racist if you question it.

    “Like the Taliban firing on US soldiers from a Mosque.”

  144. mh says:

    Thanks, eggy.
    I was totally focused on Byrne, then that fvcking dill Alex Jones started chiming in.
    He breaks the flow and his interviews turn to shit.

    btw, at the end of the Alex Jones show a guest was saying one of the most important things to do is to stop listening to Q, which is a disinformation campaign.
    I don’t pay much attention personally, but it clogs up these threads with a lot of jibberish.

  145. dover_beach says:

    Re the WI recount, it is still going on in Dane County. Keep in mind that this is an exercize in discovery and quantification. A very large portion of the ‘indefinitely confined’ ballots are going to get tossed once it goes to court as they will be deemed invalid.

  146. dover_beach says:

    Does anyone know the state of the US House?

    R majority according to state delegation.

  147. m0nty says:

    It is lovely of Trump to keep reminding us that he lost by losing all over again, day after day.

  148. Some History says:

    m0nty
    #3674370, posted on November 28, 2020 at 11:46 pm
    It is lovely of Trump to keep reminding us that he lost by losing all over again, day after day.

    TISH TISH! Drrrm Ti-TISH TISH . . TISH!

  149. mh says:

    The last sentence of Sinc’s linked article:

    If you think that only weirdos have legitimate concerns about these findings and claims, maybe the weirdness lies in you.

    mUnty? Time to look within.

  150. egg_ says:

    #3674379, posted on November 28, 2020 at 11:53 pm

    41 min mark Barnes agrees with yours truly re sequential numbering of ballots to stop the shenanigans.

  151. egg_ says:

    50 min mark: Barnes says QAnon is bulldust and opening the Right up to accusations of being conspiracy theorists.

  152. egg_ says:

    1h:05 mark: Barnes says Hammer & Scorecard is bulldust.

  153. mh says:

    Senator Doug Mastriano
    @SenMastriano
    There is mounting evidence that the PA presidential election was compromised. If this is the case, under Article II, Section 1.2 of the US Constitution, the state legislature has the sole authority to direct the manner of selecting delegates to the Electoral College. (1)
    10:45 PM · Nov 28, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

    Senator Doug Mastriano
    @SenMastriano
    ·
    1h
    Replying to
    @SenMastriano
    This power was given to the state legislature for the purpose of safeguarding the appointment of our President, specifically contemplating corruption and ensuring that the people are not disenfranchised through a corrupt election process. (2)

    Senator Doug Mastriano
    @SenMastriano
    ·
    1h
    Therefore, we are introducing a Resolution to exercise our obligation and authority to appoint delegates to the Electoral College. (3)

  154. Rex Anger says:

    TISH TISH! Drrrm Ti-TISH TISH . . TISH!

    You’re liable to wear those drums out at the rate mUnted is firing off those zingers, my dear fellow.

    mUntz owes you some new ones.

    I wonder if he could be ‘persuaded’ to ‘donate,’ in best Marxist-Leninist Comrade-style, a few yards of cheek- or thigh-skin to tan and remembrane your drums?

    After all, “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need,” or whatever justification that bullshit-peddling, murderous German mendicant used to legitimise his envious mediocrity…

  155. Rex Mango says:

    For all those on this thread involved in the great quest for truth, keep up the good work & I give you this to keep spirits up:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdcrBMJw1lk

  156. Rex Mango says:

    Still some beer in the bottle, so you get some more:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAHfU7znFrY

  157. Rex Mango says:

    Impossible to play that last song without this song & Numbers remember you come back with your shield, or upon it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBRvfoaAXM4

  158. Rex Mango says:

    Ok this complete nuts, can only imagine how loud, Garry Owen:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNwu8qRllJ0

  159. Rex Mango says:

    Going to bed but here is best arrangement ever of very popular tune as the Scot’s Greys got disbanded:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVjftQZ9jHA

  160. mh says:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    41m
    So much credit to all of the brave men and women in state houses who are defending our great Constitution. Thank you!

  161. Tailgunner says:

    Always remember – PA is the Keystone State.
    Once PA falls, the Steal is over.

  162. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect) says:

    Trump is @ $24 betfair

    The implications haven’t filtered down to the betting market yet.

  163. calli says:

    As a counter to all the Q dribble and the dearth of sensible commentary on the battle to salvage an atom of dignity for the US election process, I give you this.

  164. Ed Case says:

    ***Byrne did say was the fraud that he was aware of was not widespread, but narrow and deep.
    The election riggers worked out they could flip 5 states using only 5 counties.
    ***
    Sounds plausible.
    Doesn’t explain how Joe got to 80 million votes tho.
    He did amazingly well in the other 45 States, even those he didn’t win.

  165. John Comnenus says:

    I think Byrne was only looking at it from the tech perspective, ie hacking electronically. I don’t think he is focussed on ballot stuffing etc.

  166. Ed Case says:

    Thanks, got it now.

  167. buckshot says:

    Ed Case
    #3674452, posted on November 29, 2020 at 6:55 am
    ***Byrne did say was the fraud that he was aware of was not widespread, but narrow and deep.
    The election riggers worked out they could flip 5 states using only 5 counties.***
    Sounds plausible.
    Doesn’t explain how Joe got to 80 million votes tho.
    He did amazingly well in the other 45 States, even those he didn’t win.

    I agree Ed. I think the Dominion software may have been working to change votes wherever it was installed. It may have been more apparent in those 5 counties, and in those 5 states, given that they had to close down and re-calibrate the vote due to Trump’s unexpectedly high vote, and those were the key counties where they had the vote stuffing and ‘trained staff’ set up.

    But the Smartmatic program may have been trimming Trump’s vote in all the other counties. For example, Trump may have been heading for a 60:40 win in a county, but ended up with a 55:45 win.

    I recall from previously on these threads Sidney Powell saying that, based on the evidence from the Kraken, Trump may have actually received up to 80 million votes, and speculated that he may have even flipped California and Virginia. We’ll have to see what evidence they produce.

  168. egg_ says:

    I think the Dominion software may have been working to change votes wherever it was installed. It may have been more apparent in those 5 counties, and in those 5 states, given that they had to close down and re-calibrate the vote due to Trump’s unexpectedly high vote, and those were the key counties where they had the vote stuffing and ‘trained staff’ set up.

    But the Smartmatic program may have been trimming Trump’s vote in all the other counties. For example, Trump may have been heading for a 60:40 win in a county, but ended up with a 55:45 win.

    +1

    Byrne’s probably just isolating the most obvious fraud for the legal team – sufficient to flip the Election.

  169. egg_ says:

    Barnes also doesn’t buy into Byrne’s stuff – wants to focus on mail in ballot fraud – probably easier to prove in court.

  170. egg_ says:

    Barnes and Frei will chat again on Sunday, US time.

  171. duncanm says:

    I’m sure they didn’t think it’d be appropriate in this situations when it was written.. but it is!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5HfOipwvts

  172. Boambee John says:

    That perseveration is getting bad again!

  173. min says:

    Like you Numbers, the numbers of votes do not matter if unconstitutional irregularities .occurred . Listen care fully to Jenna how the constitution works in the US , However as I found in many many years in practice that it is extremely difficult to think rationally if one suffers from obssessive thinking.

  174. miltonf says:

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

  175. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect) says:

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

    That’s simple really. They hate competition, it’s not like they give a shit about low and middle class, all they want from these people is their votes.

  176. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect) says:

    Byrne’s probably just isolating the most obvious fraud for the legal team – sufficient to flip the Election.

    The #1 priority is to right the immediate wrong and prevent the crooks from gaining power. If they gain power they will quash the investigation. An investigation of this magnitude will drag on for years.

  177. mh says:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    1h
    The number of ballots that our Campaign is challenging in the Pennsylvania case is FAR LARGER than the 81,000 vote margin. It’s not even close. Fraud and illegality ARE a big part of the case. Documents being completed. We will appeal!

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    2h
    Specific allegations were made, and we have massive proof, in the Pennsylvania case. Some people just don’t want to see it. They want nothing to do with saving our Country. Sad!!!

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    2h
    The Wisconsin recount is not about finding mistakes in the count, it is about finding people who have voted illegally, and that case will be brought after the recount is over, on Monday or Tuesday. We have found many illegal votes. Stay tuned!

  178. duncanm says:

    miltonf
    #3674497, posted on November 29, 2020 at 9:12 am

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

    because they either don’t know (MSM and ABC consumers – most, if not all I mention Trump’s positive’s with have no idea these things are happening), or they don’t care (appearances rather than results).

    The latter is very common.

  179. min says:

    Brainwqashed Pavlov’s dogs , dunncann, propaganda, misinformation and disinformation pedalled by the MSM over years now has them reacting on cue when the bell is rung eg orange man bad . Like was done to Pell, Abbott here

  180. mh says:

    Mark R. Levin
    @marklevinshow
    ·
    2h
    Mail-in voting unconstitutional in PA unless state constitution amended, which it was not

    Just the News

    Pennsylvania judge says plaintiffs have ‘viable claim’ that state mail-in ballot rule was illegal
    Lawsuit has argued that the Pennsylvania legislature’s rule change was unconstitutional.

    A state judge in Pennsylvania is upholding her earlier injunction against the state’s certification of the 2020 election results, stating that a lawsuit alleging the unconstitutionality of a state ballot rule is “likel[y] to succeed” on its own merits.

    In the ruling Friday nights , Judge Patricia McCullough stipulated that her earlier temporary injunction against the state’s elecion certification process was valid and should be enforced.

    The lawsuit on which McCullough made the initial injunction argued that the Pennsylvania legislature’s Act 77, passed last year, “contravene[d] the requirements of the Pennsylvania Constitution.” That act, the petitioners claimed, constituted “an attempt by the legislature to fundamentally overhaul the Pennsylvania voting system and permit universal, no-excuse, mail-in voting absent any constitutional authority,” as McCullough summarized the petitioners’ argument in her Friday ruling.

    The petitioners, McCullough writes in the ruling, “appear to have established a likelihood to succeed on the merits because Petitioners have asserted the Constitution does not provide a mechanism for the legislature to allow for expansion of absentee voting without a constitutional amendment.”

    The Pennsylvania Department of State’s office on Tuesday announced that it had certified the presidential and vice presidential election results in Pennsylvania, though McCullough in her ruling noted that there were numerous steps to be taken to officially finalize that certification in state records.

    “[T]he emergency preliminary injunction was properly issued,” the ruling states, “and should be upheld pending an expedited emergency evidentiary hearing.

  181. Tailgunner says:

    Republicans just picked up another House seat – Iowa district 2.

  182. Maj says:

    We will appeal!

    Victory is assured once the President’s case gets to the Supreme Court.

    The Dems fought so hard to try to stop ACB because of they knew they would lose the election if she got confirmed to the court. And they’re 100% right.

  183. Ƶĩppʯ (President Elect) says:

    from a few days ago. good speech

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e3-5hzJQ1E

  184. FelixKruell says:

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

    If that’s all he did, and you could point to some of his actions that’s caused that result, then you’d probably get a lot more people (but certainly not all those on the left) supporting him.

    Either way, the ‘hatred’ comes from other things he did. And the way he did them.

  185. stackja says:

    Trump critic can’t handle the truth.

  186. Tailgunner says:

    Gen Flynn is in the Netherlands.
    Will be watching this space!

  187. Tom says:

    The Twitter account that’s still an excellent source of news that the news media — and Twitter — are trying to suppress:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    The number of ballots that our Campaign is challenging in the Pennsylvania case is FAR LARGER than the 81,000 vote margin. It’s not even close. Fraud and illegality ARE a big part of the case. Documents being completed. We will appeal!

    It’s worth checking daily for updates on the big steal.

  188. Tailgunner says:

    other things he did. And the way he did them.

    Brewing up bat pathogens in his lab beneath Mar-a-Lago?

  189. stackja says:

    Tom – Yes! The Donald!

  190. Roger says:

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

    The Left is not interested in making the lives of deplorables better.

  191. stackja says:

    Roger – FDR was deplorable.

  192. miltonf says:

    Yep, leftism has outed itself as being about the creation of an trans-national elite. Open borders and gated communities. A world Trumble and Bishop aspire to be part of (the elite part ofcourse!).

    You only have to look at what the power elite has done to regular Australians in the last 40 years- affordable housing, manufacturing, agriculture, mining- all under attack. First it was economic rationalism (remember that) and then the environment.

    Hawke’s tariff cuts were an attack on the industrial working class.

  193. miltonf says:

    Clinton certainly let it be known what she thought of regular Americans. Was that her private or public position?

  194. JC says:

    FelixKruell
    #3674551, posted on November 29, 2020 at 10:25 am

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

    If that’s all he did, and you could point to some of his actions that’s caused that result, then you’d probably get a lot more people (but certainly not all those on the left) supporting him.

    Either way, the ‘hatred’ comes from other things he did. And the way he did them.

    The Ringshot is always current with the latest Leftwing talking points.

    7/0 and still no apology.

  195. miltonf says:

    Cruella must have a hotline to the DNC.

  196. Tailgunner says:

    The Kraken is the 305th Military Intelligence Battalion.
    General Flynn used to command the 111th when he was a Colonel.

  197. Morsie says:

    No result in Pennsylvania unless it gets to the Supremes.The injunction will be overturned by the Penn Supreme Court ( elected Democrats ) so its off to Washington.
    Time is the the issue now.

  198. Cohenite:

    Does anyone know the state of the US House?

    Yes. Calli and her cleaning company have been called for a quote, and if I remember correctly Calli did her best Charlton Heston impression from “Ulysses” and said “Cleanse this room with fire.”

  199. mh says:

    A Reminder: State Legislators Have Constitutional Power Over Elections | The American Spectator

    https://spectator.org/a-reminder-state-legislators-have-constitutional-power-over-elections/

  200. Oh come on says:

    Israel took out the top nuclear scientist in Iran yesterday. Israeli’s congratulations of sleepy Joe a week ago was part of the plan. Who was in Israel at the time?

    You’re reading too much into this here. Israel will take out a top Iranian nuclear scientist the second it gets a clean shot.

  201. mh says:

    RSBN 🇺🇸
    @RSBNetwork
    It’s HAPPENING! We are headed to Phoenix (among other places)!

    Tune in to RSBN Monday at 8am MST for live coverage of the #ArizonaHearing.

  202. MiltonF:

    I still can’t get my head around why leftists would hate someone who increased real wages for low and middle income people?

    That is because the Left has in turn been infiltrated by the elitists who want to impose a Technocracy on them. The Collectivists policies are a façade to allow the technocrats to use their existing organisational structure.
    Very very few of the Collectivists policies will survive the post revolutionary purge. Likewise the Collectivists themselves.

  203. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Another big dip in this rollercoaster ride. The win in PA on blocking certification yesterday was short-lived.

    Robert Barnes @Barnes_Law · 26m

    Democratic justices strike down Pennsylvania order on lamest grounds. Even though plaintiffs did not sue until they suffered injury, court decides they had to sue before they suffered injury, even though had they done so, court would have then struck the case for no “standing.”

    Jenna Ellis @JennaEllisEsq · 1h

    This has become a ridiculous political game. If Kelly had challenged the statute BEFORE the election, the court would have thrown out the suit saying there was no injury in fact.
    This is a fight for the very integrity of our entire system. Article II!!
    https://www.inquirer.com/news/pennsylvania-election-lawsuits-trump-mike-kelly-pennsylvania-supreme-court-mail-in-ballots-20201128.html

    Sean Parnell @SeanParnellUSA

    It’s not over.
    This was not unexpected.
    Stay tuned.

  204. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Morsie #3674594, posted on November 29, 2020 at 11:23 am
    No result in Pennsylvania unless it gets to the Supremes.The injunction will be overturned by the Penn Supreme Court ( elected Democrats ) so its off to Washington.

    Credit where it’s due, Morsie was first with this news today, only 5mins after it broke based on timestamps.

  205. Stimpson J. Cat says:

    Just want to put in my suggestion for the title of the next US post-election thread:

    US post-election thread IV:
    From Peptides to Potential Greatness

    😁

  206. mh says:

    I hope SCOTUS is scathing of these bastards.

    Mark R. Levin
    @marklevinshow
    ·
    1h
    1. The rogue PA Supreme Court is the most detestable court in the land. The Democrat majority doesn’t even pretend to sit as justices.

    Mark R. Levin
    @marklevinshow
    ·
    1h
    2. They’re political hacks in black robes who have destroyed PA’s election system, unconstitutionally seized power from the state legislature, and sits as a Democrat-Party politburo. I

    Mark R. Levin
    @marklevinshow
    ·
    1h
    3. Rather than uphold the federal and state constitutions, it has shredded them. Stalinism lives.

  207. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    not sure if this has been posted or not.

    dominion software manual

  208. mh says:

    The state’s attorney general, Democrat Josh Shapiro, called the court’s decision “another win for Democracy.”

    Never trust a Shapiro.

  209. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    I don’t know if WordPress lets you put emojii characters in the title, but depending on how the State hearings are going by 6 December the next thread could be one of:

    US post-election thread IV: 🐱 i can haz krakenburger?

    or

    US post-election thread IV: 🐙 Powell! Right in the kisser!

  210. m0nty says:

    Give me more of those yummy crying Levin tweets. His tears are delicious!

  211. Some History says:

    m0nty
    #3674698, posted on November 29, 2020 at 1:03 pm
    Give me more of those yummy crying Levin tweets. His tears are delicious!

    HaaHaaaaa! Montifa’s strutting again.

    Careful with the hyper-gloating, Mont. U-Lot™ is watching. 🙂

  212. m0nty says:

    The courts have this usurpation going which is called “lack of standing.” They throw things out due to “lack of standing.” There is no sound legal theory backing this up. Its just an usurpation that I now understand (thanks to Mr Barnes) got going somewhere around the 1920’s. Its nonsense of course. Its just the legal crowd getting uppity.

    This is the opposite of the truth. Standing is a doctrine to limit the power of the courts. Without it, courts could change the law based on the flimsiest of cases.

    What blokes like Barnes want is to increase the power of courts because he thinks the 6-3 SCOTUS majority will rule the country, overriding the Obama/Biden legislative agenda and upholding the policy settings of the near-permanent Republican minority.

  213. Some History says:

    This is the opposite of the truth. Standing is a doctrine to limit the power of the courts. Without it, courts could change the law based on the flimsiest of cases.

    What blokes like Barnes want is to increase the power of courts because he thinks the 6-3 SCOTUS majority will rule the country, overriding the Obama/Biden legislative agenda and upholding the policy settings of the near-permanent Republican minority.

    Give me more of those yummy crying Montifa comments. His tears are delicious! 🙂

  214. Sinclair Davidson says:

    m0nty – that was a Graeme Bird comment that has been deleted.

  215. cohenite says:

    David Flint The Spectator Australia 28 November 2020
    Following Dunkirk, Churchill led the British in refusing to treat with Hitler. It was indeed their finest hour. Trump, too, will never surrender, but as always, he will follow the Constitution to the letter. While he has the love of America’s salt of the earth, the establishment loathe him. So when the Trump campaign’s lawyers recently briefed the media on fraud on an industrial scale, the reaction was predictable.
    To a real journalist, fraud in this election is self-evident.
    It is the only possible explanation for suspending counting in key battleground states following the Trump landslide, starting it again secretly and the blocking of any meaningful scrutiny. This was clearly complemented by a programme of removing safeguards (even unlawfully) and pushing mass unsolicited mail-in ballots.
    Although briefed on the role of Dominion Voting Systems as well as Smartmatic and other software originally designed to ensure Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez never lost an election, and despite it being carefully explained that this was an opening statement and that voluminous affidavit evidence, sworn under penalty of perjury, would be presented in court, the universal reaction was all of this was ‘unsubstantiated’.
    That word was never heard during the years of reporting on allegations of Trump’s collusion with Russia to win the 2016 election and a stream of blatant lies such as the disgraceful one claiming Trump scoffed at dead soldiers.
    As the FBI did about the exposé of the decades-long Biden family sale of access and influence into Washington, despite having Hunter Biden’s hard drive for about a year and especially during the highly relevant Ukraine impeachment, so few in the media have shown any curiosity about this industrial-scale fraud which, if not excised, risks turning the US into a one-party state in moral and economic decline. Instead of demanding an explanation for this fraud from the Democrats, as real journalists would, the mainstream media seem determined to suppress this issue.
    In any event, Trump’s attorneys now have a case sufficient to institute actions obtaining court orders for expedited discovery. This would allow more evidence to be obtained under court-ordered subpoenas. These will not only be about fraud but on two significant breaches of the constitution.
    One is through wildly different standards in counting resulting in a large number of violations of the equal protection clause, the Fourteenth Amendment. On that the Supreme Court can be expected to follow its decision in Bush v. Gore (2000).
    The other is about breaches of the Article 2 Section 1 provision that electoral law can be made only by state legislatures. Governors, state courts, etc., have no role there. The Supreme Court will be moved to rule that tainted ballots, already ordered to be segregated and counted separately, be disregarded. Or if intermixed, the Court could be asked to rule that counting without proper scrutiny be disregarded.
    In addition, state legislatures clearly have a reserve power which would allow them to override tainted elections and determine how their members of the electoral college should be appointed.
    The cumulative effect of the Trump cases and the possible exercise of the state legislatures’ reserve powers could be a Trump majority in the electoral college or a hung college. The latter would result in a vote by delegations in the House where the republicans would prevail.
    The crucial point is that if this fraud is not excised, future elections will be imperilled.
    The situation is dire. Corruption of American and indeed Western society could well be approaching that of Rome before its decline. We have seen the emergence in Washington of a powerful coalition of national, alien and global interests determined to ensure that President Trump does not have a second term.
    The truly extraordinary fact is that, despite their massive efforts, they failed in their almost daily attempts to end his first term. They may well fail in stealing this election.
    Who are in this coalition? As is so often the case, this is set out succinctly in a superb cartoon. Recently John Spooner in the Australian showed a small Joe Biden in front of giants in dust coats and masks labelled BIG MONEY, BIG CHINA, BIG BANKS, BIG TECH, BIG MEDIA, BIG HOLLYWOOD, BIG MONEY and BIG CLIMATE.
    Biden is saying, ‘Come on man. We the people have decided’.
    To complete the picture, here are the five other principal members of this coalition of darkness.
    They begin with BIG MARXISM, which has captured the Democratic party, BIG PARAMILITARIES — the suspiciously well-funded and mobile BLM and Antifa squads who have over the last few months looted and burnt cities unfortunate enough to be under Democrat rule, as well as BIG VIRUS. Whether from a laboratory or not, Beijing deliberately and secretly spread the virus around the world. Lockdowns are the most severe in Democrat-governed states, creating the suspicion they are used for political advantage.
    Thus, Barack Obama instructed Democratic mayors in April not to reopen their cities until virus testing and monitoring were available nationwide.
    Then there is BIG FRAUD.
    Electoral fraud is not new. After an initial defeat in colonial times, George Washington accepted he had to offer drink and entertainment to buy votes. When John F. Kennedy was asked about his father’s role in his small victory over Richard Nixon, he said his father asked him the exact number of votes he would need to win. There was no way he would pay ‘for a landslide’.
    What is new is industrial scale fraud.
    Finally, there’s BIG PHARMA, horrified by Trump imposing competitive pricing, who waited until just after the election to announce the vaccines only made possible by his policies.
    And on the other side? Real Americans, the salt of the earth, who don’ t loot and burn but who love the Constitution and American values. They were the ones who delivered the 2020 landslide to Donald Trump.

  216. m0nty says:

    Fair enough Doomlord.

  217. Boambee John says:

    m0nty
    #3674698, posted on November 29, 2020 at 1:03 pm
    Give me more of those yummy crying Levin tweets. His tears are delicious!

    Yours kept many of us well nourished during the last four years.

  218. dover_beach says:

    The PA Supreme Court is a disgrace.

  219. mh says:

    And on the other side? Real Americans, the salt of the earth, who don’ t loot and burn but who love the Constitution and American values.

    The people mUnty loathes.

  220. cohenite says:

    STFU piss taker; you should have no standing here you fat little turd:

    Standing is a doctrine to limit the power of the courts.

    Standing limits the right of access to the courts you fucking idiot. The operational criteria in the US is from Lujan v. Defenders of Wildlife (90-1424), 504 U.S. 555 (1992):

    The plaintiff must have suffered an “injury in fact,” meaning that the injury is of a legally protected interest which is (a) concrete and particularized and (b) actual or imminent
    There must be a causal connection between the injury and the conduct brought before the court
    It must be likely, rather than speculative, that a favorable decision by the court will redress the injury

    In Australia that criteria does not apply because turdball prevented it which means every greenie and 3rd nations toe rag can get access to the courts to stop mining projects.

    Without it, courts could change the law based on the flimsiest of cases.

    Courts don’t change laws; unless they’re left wing courts; such as the PA SC; in Australia the bolta case before bromberg greatly expanded the 18C right. Conservative Judges, if there are any left, do not subvert the legislature by giving legs to legislation.

  221. calli says:

    It was always going to take the long and winding road to SCOTUS.

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