US post-election thread III: From Kraken to calamari

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  1. Tailgunner says:

    Or did the Clintons send the dog psychic?
    🤔🤔🤔😳😳

  2. Tailgunner says:

    Sinc, since I’m at top o’ page 9…
    The next Election thread will have to be
    Election PM4 : The Kraken tears the shit out of Everybody!

  3. Maj says:

    Election PM4 : The Kraken tears the shit out of Everybody!

    “The Calm Before The Storm”

  4. Armadillo says:

    For some reason my poor old iPad won’t let me even see this thread once it gets a certain amount of information on the page. Just keeps reloading. Time for an upgrade.

    #wheresSanta?

  5. Some History says:

    1 hour length

    Gen. Thomas McInerney says US Special Forces attacked CIA server farm in Germany, 5 soldiers killed

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYt5Kn2n3zM

  6. Tailgunner says:

    History,
    👍👍
    Saved for later.
    Biggest story of the century?
    Deep State operators v Delta boys?
    Unreal.
    Respect for the fallen.
    Greatest Show on Earth

  7. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    UPDATE: (11/29/20 11:47 PM): Federal Judge Timothy Batten, Sr. has issued a third order in the suit Sidney Powell filed in Georgia. After seemingly reversing his second order, Judge Batten wrote: “Defendants are hereby ENJOINED and RESTRAINED from altering, destroying, or erasing, or allowing the alteration, destruction, or erasure of, any software or data on any Dominion voting machine in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee Counties.”

    This is the third order issued in the case, Pearson v. Kemp, today. Read the order here: https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.gand.284055/gov.uscourts.gand.284055.14.0.pdf

  8. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    UPDATE: (11/29/20 11:47 PM): Federal Judge Timothy Batten, Sr. has issued a third order in the suit Sidney Powell filed in Georgia. After seemingly reversing his second order, Judge Batten wrote: “Defendants are hereby ENJOINED and RESTRAINED from altering, destroying, or erasing, or allowing the alteration, destruction, or erasure of, any software or data on any Dominion voting machine in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee Counties.”

    Couple of phone calls and that 3rd order will be reversed within the hour

  9. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Gen. Thomas McInerney says US Special Forces attacked CIA server farm in Germany, 5 soldiers killed

    interesting disinformation

  10. Armadillo says:

    interesting disinformation

    Agreed. x22 Report does the same thing on occasion. They throw some stuff out there as bait to see who blinks. I’m not sure why reporting false casualties would be beneficial, but maybe it is.

    Sidney Powell confirmed the raid originally, but denied any casualties. There could be a multitude of reasons. The hunt for rats and moles is ongoing.

  11. Armadillo says:

    Also interesting is how the 3 star General describes what “The Kraken” actually is.

    Sinc will be disappointed to know it’s not a giant squid. Sort of makes his header page for this thread look just a little bit silly.

  12. Armadillo says:

    Sinc, change the header title. I’m intrigued to see if you get a visit from the black helicopters.

  13. egg_ says:

    Also interesting is how the 3 star General describes what “The Kraken” actually is.

    Sinc will be disappointed to know it’s not a giant squid. Sort of makes his header page for this thread look just a little bit silly.

    M0ntifa was fantasising about mini donuts as Calamari rings?

  14. 1735099 says:

    Far too many people we have trusted to do their jobs and have turned out to be Democrats or Rinos.

    These people are judges, not politicians.
    Their job is to uphold the law.
    It’s called the “separation of powers”.
    Like Joh Bjelke-Petersen*, you have no idea what it means.

    *Whitton, Evan (1989). The Hillbilly Dictator: Australia’s Police State. Sydney: ABC Enterprises. pp. 162–185.

  15. egg_ says:

    interesting disinformation

    Barnes is completely distancing himself from the cyber arguments, yet wants all paper ballots in future.

    Go figure.

  16. Tailgunner says:

    Zippy, you’re such a cynic

  17. bespoke says:

    I’m not sure why reporting false casualties would be beneficial, but maybe it is.

    It’s not. It will only give monty etc. ammo and demoralize Trump supporters.

  18. egg_ says:

    interesting disinformation

    The DoJ and EO is probably the President’s iron fist, still in play in the background, Powell being its velvet glove.

  19. Tailgunner says:

    These people are judges, not politicians
    Lol.
    Nmbrs throws himself before SCOTUS begging for Biden.
    🤣🤣🤣
    Sorry, son, the Daemonrats made SCOTUS ideological.
    Now you eat the Boomerang.
    Firing squads?
    Fkn A

  20. Armadillo says:

    These people are judges, not politicians.
    Their job is to uphold the law.

    Tell Michael Flynn that.

  21. egg_ says:

    These people are judges, not politicians.
    Their job is to uphold the law.

    “Power is above the law” (they make it) is an old Chi nese proverb IIRC.
    Their ruling class.

  22. cohenite says:

    It’s called the “separation of powers”.

    You’re a stupid old bastard. The left have never accepted umpires. Poor old GG Kerr found that out.

  23. KartiyaReality says:

    Why Picky Eaters Are Partial to Calamari and Not Squid

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/picky-eaters-study-description-language

    嚼点东西

  24. Tailgunner says:

    “The Calm Before The Storm”

    No, I think we’re through the doldrums now.
    The Storm is here.
    Fuck!!!!

  25. P says:

    This came up on TheLastRefuge2 last night.

    TheLastRefuge Retweeted
    ROBERT BUILDER, TEAM TRUMP MR NOBODY
    ·
    Nov 29
    REPORT: Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server Seizure Operation, 5 Soldiers Killed, Servers Secured –
    REPORT: Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server…
    REPORT: Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server Seizure Operation, 5 Soldiers Killed, Servers Secured.
    creativedestructionmedia.com

    https://twitter.com/Robertl01464344/status/1332912151669788674

  26. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    Monty:

    I find it hilarious that Q types are always like “buckle up!” when they are supposed to be libertarian freedom fighters who don’t believe in big government fascisms like seat belt mandates.

    Q types, like everyone who is not from the left, want the truth to come out to ensure that justice is done; the left want power for it’s own sake. Their agenda is to despoil democracy for power.

  27. Tailgunner says:

    Last Refuge is no joke.
    It’s Happening

  28. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server Seizure Operation,

    About as believable as the watermark guy saying national guards were deployed. These seem nothing more than an effort to scare somebody

  29. Tailgunner says:

    Thanks,P.
    Excellent.
    Lt.Gen McInerney is legit.

  30. Tailgunner says:

    Shut up, Zippy – it’s definitely going in movie!
    It’ll be like the final [email protected] Scorpio’s hideout.

  31. egg_ says:

    an effort to scare somebody

    Methinks Powell is putting the wind up the Judiciary.

  32. Tailgunner says:

    I brought receipts!!
    Sudan&Egypt

  33. egg_ says:

    Judge Batten just ruled again for the THIRD TIME TODAY at 10:10PM tonight a ten day restraining order against the GA traitors messing with the voting machines.

    Hopefully, setting a trap for perps.

  34. Tailgunner says:

    Methinks Powell is putting the wind up the Judiciary.

    The Kraken is the biggest head-fake in history?
    Awww sheeeit, that’d be Epic!!
    The Kraken beach party rolls on!
    🤙🤙🤙

  35. Armadillo says:

    The Kraken beach party rolls on!

    It’s not safe to go back in the water.

  36. Armadillo says:

    Cue Jaws music.

  37. Cardimona says:

    P
    #3675707, posted on November 30, 2020 at 1:50 pm

    Thanks for that, P; perfect!

  38. Tailgunner says:

    The Kraken has pissed off looking to get laid or something.
    But he’s not far away.
    Trump really doesn’t want to unleash the thing.
    But it has to be this way.

  39. Armadillo says:

    Or perhaps “Q” Jaws music.

  40. Tailgunner says:

    Someone post the Jaws highlights please

  41. Armadillo says:

    There’s a meme in there.

  42. calli says:

    And a chair as well.

    Or is that old hat now?

  43. Tailgunner says:

    perhaps “Q” Jaws music.

    Hehe
    Like NWA, QAnon is the world’s most dangerous group.
    😎😎👌👌🤙🤙

  44. Tailgunner says:

    There got to be a Zeus/Trump meme, for sure.
    Sidney Powell plays the Lord of the Underworld.

  45. Catfeesh? says:

    I think that’s all baked into the pie by now. Kavanaugh is not reliable.

    Maybe. If he votes with the left he will be the most unpopular person in the USA. Only his wife, kids and dog will love him. The left will never forgive him being a Trump appointee regardless of what he does, and the right will never ever forgive the betrayal. Also, does he want to be the one to ruin the Republic? It’s not as though the Justices of the SCOTUS are not watching what is going on.

  46. Catfeesh? says:

    I think the conservative Justices will vote as a bloc, if/when the lawsuit arrives. Excluding Roberts who is not conservative.

  47. cohenite says:

    A good read but overly optimistic:

    Deconstructing Trump hatred ahead of 2024
    John Ruddick The Spectator Australia 30 November 2020
    Why is Donald Trump the most loved and hated president since Abraham Lincoln? At face value, the left’s hatred for Trump is a mystery. The left I grew up with said they wanted rising living standards for the poor and world peace. For years we’ve bemoaned the lack of rising incomes for all but the rich. Monthly household income under George W Bush rose by $4 per month and $11 per month under Barack Obama — but an awesome $161 per month under Trump (pre COVIDmania).
    The 2020 campaign ignored foreign policy because Trump not only didn’t start any new wars but shied away from them. Russia made no further territorial expansion, North Korean was partially tamed and Middle East peace just might be snowballing – thanks Trump.
    The left tolerates moderate conservatives like John McCain, David Cameron and Scott Morrison. Its leaders from the conservative wing of a conservative party that sends them bonkers. Therefore, they also hated George W Bush, John Howard and Tony Abbott but it was child’s play compared to Trump. Why?
    Understanding derangement is fraught but here’s my six best hunches.
    Firstly, there’s global warming. I’m confident Bush, Howard and Abbott did not believe in the global warming orthodoxy. Kevin Rudd says when he moved into The Lodge the one item left behind was in the DVD player — the Great Global Warming Swindle. Since leaving office Abbott has given superb speeches dismantling global warmism and Bush, being an oilman, probably doesn’t believe it either. All three in office, however, enacted policies that were at least moderately pro-global warming plus they voiced support for the orthodoxy. It was never enough because the left sensed correctly they didn’t really believe it. Trump however just came out and said the whole thing is BS. That sent them nuts. Why?
    Bar possibly our Neanderthal cousins, no other species has demonstrated an interest in religion. It’s been in our DNA since far into prehistory. Commitment to established religion has sharply declined in the past few generations but the DNA is still there. That ancient impulse of the witchdoctor has found a new home in global warming. Like primitive religion, global warming orthodoxy believes in an apocalypse, priests who must be obeyed on faith (such as approved ‘scientists’) and that mankind and free-thinking is inherently bad. Witchdoctors have said for aeons their gods can control the weather and to keep the charade up they needed the heretic which is anyone who doubted them — and the gods can only be appeased be persecuting those evil bastards.
    If Trump had been precisely the same as he was except he at least mouthed the rhetoric of global warming the hatred would have been 50% less.
    Secondly, feminists loved Hillary and simply because Trump beat Hillary many hate him. It’s probably the most understandable of these irrationalities. If you are a low IQ person you treat the presidency as a status symbol for your identity group, but that ignores that it’s just a job. It’s the most important job in the world and therefore we should be clamouring for the wisest in the role and be utterly blind to gender, race and so on.
    Then there’s the media. Bush, Howard and Abbott copped incessant and brutal abuse from most of the media but they just accepted it as part of the job. Trump, the glorious plain citizen, saw the unfair abuse and responded with a punch back right in the face. Trump was personally mean to many, but every single time he was responding to an unprovoked and unfair attack. Trump told the world the media are not reporting the news but are political players trying to manipulate you to vote left. Trump called them out and was eroding their power. Trump told the blunt truth about powerful media figures who in turn became hellbent on destroying him to preserve their careers.
    Fourthly, for 4,000 years the Judeo-Christian movement has been the most powerful force for good in human history but let’s assume for a moment it’s not technically true. Even so, any reasonable person would agree the Judeo-Christian movement is underpinned by goodness. That goodness is summed up in the 3,500-year-old Ten Commandments. It’s well known within the big ten are things like ‘don’t lie’, ‘don’t kill’, ‘don’t steal’ and so but also tucked in there is one that gets barely any attention –- “do not covet your neighbour’s goods.” In other words, ‘jealousy of others success is only harmful to yourself.”
    As a kid Trump sat in Norman Vincent Peale’s Episcopalian church and had positive thinking ingrained in him — and what an extraordinary success he has been. Multi-billionaire, mega-celebrity, TV star and a best-selling author with awesome kids. Not only was he the owner of the Miss Universe franchise but he married the best of the lot… Oh and he was president of the United States. No-one in American history has had such a record of jaw-dropping success.
    Many who have led a lifetime of poor decisions and unfulfilled their potential choose not self-improvement but despise the successful — and since Trump is the king of success they viscerally hate him. Trump is cheerful and awesomely funny but those grumpy about life, those who’ve convinced themselves they’re victims, detest him.
    Fifth, there’s intimidation. If you’re barely interested in politics, you will still be aware that one side of politics has the potential for actual violence and is endlessly engaging in soft violence — cancel culture. Motivated purely by self-preservation many of these cowards positioned themselves as anti-Trump if it ever came up in conversation.
    Finally, we need to look at low information voters. These are not necessarily low IQ voters but instead people who have a moderate degree of interest in politics and do follow the news — but only the mainstream news. Lacking the curiosity to seek alternate views they were only exposed to endless anti-Trump bias.
    One little example (from a million) is when Trump tweeted a boycott of Goodyear tyres and the Goodyear stock price slumped. That made world news for a day. Trump was cranky because Goodyear had told staff not to wear MAGA hats. It sounded petulant but a key detail was left out of most media reports. Some Goodyear employees were wearing BLM apparel and others were wearing MAGA hats. Goodyear said BLM stuff is fine but MAGA’s banned. If you weren’t exposed to the full picture then Trump looks like a jerk – if you were then Trump was taking a stand for fairness.
    The good news is that around half of America are now smart enough not to fit into any of the above categories. It won’t be long before it’s half plus more.

  48. Mother Lode says:

    The left I grew up with said they wanted rising living standards for the poor and world peace.

    That was because they assumed they were the only ones who could deliver that and they would be hailed as heroes for the rest of their lives.

    Trump has done it instead of them.

    And worse, he has done it without implementing socialism – the method they had in mind.

    Helping little people was just an incidental adjunct to them glorifying themselves.

  49. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    ML:

    Helping little people was just an incidental adjunct to them glorifying themselves

    .

    That was just a ruse to get power. Remember, the world was told that Mao and the Chinese communists were only interested in the peasants and their welfare and not in themselves.

  50. m0nty says:

    How many days in a row has Gunner said it’s happening? And yet nothing happens.

    Onya Showbag.

  51. Tailgunner says:

    Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.

  52. min says:

    The poor down trodden end up like they did in Germany . With the media being managed , it has happened differently these days than when Hitler and Goebells worked the German people over .Now it is the MSM and those with Uni degrees world wide and what we have a Pavlov’s dogs reacting when the bell rings ,conditioned by all the constant misinformation and disinformation fed to them for years . Think if all the propaganda re climate change, global warming Covid sucked up by affluent people and you wonder why we have anxious neurotics trying to make themselves feel better . Bugger anyone else it ‘s all about me
    There was a very pertinent meme today with a starving African looking at the protestors asking what were they complaining about h being oppressed etc and all so fat.

  53. Tailgunner says:

    Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.

  54. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    I think the conservative Justices will vote as a bloc, if/when the lawsuit arrives. Excluding Roberts who is not conservative.

    For these so called “liberal” justices to not uphold the constitution is a disgrace

  55. Tailgunner says:

    GEOTUS been vewy vewy quiet lately.

  56. calli says:

    I’ve wandered into the set of Kung Fu. 😀

    As for SCOTUS, they know a hell of a lot more than us. They might all surprise you.

  57. Tailgunner says:

    As for SCOTUS, they know a hell of a lot more than us.
    #ThugLife
    😎😎🤙🤙

  58. Tailgunner says:

    Shoosh, calli – I’ve already got your copy of Art of War, signed by yours truly, wrapped & ready to go.

  59. P says:

    Lin Wood
    @LLinWood
    ·
    2h
    In dealing with fraud in Presidential election, I am mindful of Ephesians 6:12:

    “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

    God wins.

  60. egg_ says:

    There was a very pertinent meme today with a starving African looking at the protestors asking what were they complaining about h being oppressed etc and all so fat.

    M0ntifa?

  61. miltonf says:

    Pelosi filth makes me think of a few lines from Evelyn Waugh’s The Loved One

    Here pickled in formaldehyde and painted like a whore

  62. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    From P at 5:29 pm:

    “This came up on TheLastRefuge2 last night.

    TheLastRefuge Retweeted
    ROBERT BUILDER, TEAM TRUMP MR NOBODY
    ·
    Nov 29
    REPORT: Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server Seizure Operation, 5 Soldiers Killed, Servers Secured –
    REPORT: Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server…
    REPORT: Lt Gen McInerney Reports US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server Seizure Operation, 5 Soldiers Killed, Servers Secured.
    creativedestructionmedia.com
    https://twitter.com/Robertl01464344/status/1332912151669788674

    Oh yes, really, without a doubt, that post makes such good sense, it explains so much, so clear …

    I think repeating the same meaningless information over and over again lends it such credibility.

  63. egg_ says:

    As for SCOTUS, they know a hell of a lot more than us. They might all surprise you.

    IIRC Barnes says he knows one from Yale Law School – says the Left Judiciary live in an echo chamber (bubble) adrift from the masses and likely their only takeaway in future will be Dominion voting machines and not the mail in ballot fraud.

    From previous, Barnes seems to have issues with the cyber fraud case(s).

  64. JC says:

    m0nty
    #3675949, posted on November 30, 2020 at 6:48 pm

    How many days in a row has Gunner said it’s happening? And yet nothing happens.

    Onya Showbag.

    Like the time four years ago when you were telling us the Wussiagate collushion thing was about to bust open any moment and the Administration would come to a screeching end. You mean like that, Fatboy?

  65. miltonf says:

    Filthadelphia – I like that

  66. You’ll know it’s for reals when Bill and Hillary can’t be found…

  67. Tel says:

    The left I grew up with said they wanted rising living standards for the poor and world peace.

    They still say all that.

    They even say they love democracy and support huma rights including free speech.

    Then again, if you watch their hands instead of listening to what they say … slightly different story.

  68. DrBeauGan says:

    I’ve already got your copy of Art of War, signed by Sun Tzu.

  69. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Former President Barack Obama arrested for ESPIONAGE. Interesting if true.

    ifonly

  70. Tel says:

    I don’t believe there was a firefight in Frankfurt unless someone can link to German news reports … because there’s no way you would be able to keep it quiet. Frankfurt is not like Detroit or Chicago where no one would notice … a bunch of uniformed US troops running around with guns would get a heap of attention in Germany … they keep an eye out for that.

  71. egg_ says:

    I don’t believe there was a firefight in Frankfurt

    Sounds like PsyOps.

  72. Boambee John says:

    m0nty
    #3675949, posted on November 30, 2020 at 6:48 pm
    How many days in a row has Gunner said it’s happening? And yet nothing happens.

    Onya Showbag.

    Speaking of Showbags, Wussia, Wussia, Wussia, tick, tick, tick, aaaannnyyy daaaay nooow, drip, drip, drip, Muellerween, for four years!

    TG has a while to catch up.

  73. Matrix Transform:

    I don’t know why 1735099 can’t be given his own forum here
    remove its posting rights to every forum except its own
    that would be some funny shit

    You want some funny shit?
    Numbers gets his own forum and cannot post anywhere else.
    Then Bird gets to post only on the same site.

  74. mh says:

    Election officials in Georgia’s Fulton County told a local news outlet Sunday that a newly purchased Dominion Voting Systems mobile server crashed that delayed the state’s third recount of the presidential election and technicians from the company “have been dispatched to resolve the issue.”

  75. P says:

    I always respect tweets of TheLastRefuge.
    I also have high regard for any retweets.

  76. mh says:

    The CT scan revealed that Biden did have fractures in his foot after the injury.

    “Initial x-rays did not show any obvious fracture, but his clinical exam warranted more detailed imaging,” OConnor wrote, noting that the CT scan “confirmed hairline (small) fractures of President-elect Biden’s lateral and intermediate cuneiform bones, which are in the mid-foot.”

    “It is anticipated that he will likely require a walking boot for several weeks,” O’Connor concluded.

  77. egg_ says:

    The USIC has developed the Hammer and Scorecard tools, which were released by Wiki Leaks and independently confirmed by Lt. Gen Thomas McInerney (USAF, retired), Kirk Wiebe, former NSA official and Dennis Montgomery, former CIA analyst).

  78. mh says:

    LIFE LIBERTY & LEVIN SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29 2020 (JOHN ELLIS / TIM GROSECLOSE)

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/yhAC7p2DT8Il/

  79. mh says:

    Their ABC tonight is tackling far white extremism.

    Lots of sad music.

  80. Howard Hill says:

    mh.

    The talk about academia reminds me of their ABC.

    Professor Ellis quotes John Stuart Mill: “You always need a party of order and stability on the one hand and a party of progress and reform on the other.
    It’s precisely the opposition of the one to the other that keeps each one of them within the bounds of reason and sanity.”

    Hehe. Explains why our Uni’s and their ABC are all completely freaking insane 🙂

  81. northshore redneck says:

    Mother load @ 6:28pm

    +eleventy

    God bless

  82. FelixKruell says:

    Democrats suffered crushing down-ballot loss across America.” @nytimes. This is true. All statehouses won, and in Washington we did great. So I led this great charge, and I’m the only one that lost?’

    Who’s going to explain it to him?

  83. m0nty says:

    I hope Robert Barnes is making phat bank out of his fifteen minutes, because I reckon you lot will drop him like a stone once the EC votes in Biden.

  84. Armadillo says:

    Every bank in the world can secure your transaction.

    Think about how many times you used your own transaction card today? Paid for fuel, got some groceries, had a coffee, went for lunch, had a few beers and so on.

    Voting systems worldwide are a bizarre situation when you think about it (but especially in the US). What the hell do you expect to happen when you are mailing out blank cheques and the cashier doesn’t bother checking the signature?

  85. JC says:

    Who’s going to explain it to him?

    You. Only you could , Ringshot. Before you explain it to him, tell him you’re the genius who came up with the comment that 7/0 in high court found Pell guilty. 🙂

  86. Armadillo says:

    It’s not the fraud that is the issue here. The issue here is that any idiot and shyster could see that it was rife for fraud. The actual crime is in those who allowed mail out/in ballots to happen in the first place.

    Watch that space.

  87. Howard Hill says:

    It’s even worse than that Dillo.
    They’re printing their own checks with your name on them, signing them with someone else’s signature and cashing them. Then the bank says to you “pay up there’s no fraud”!

  88. Armadillo says:

    Imagine working in a bank and suggesting sending out blank cheques?

  89. mh says:

    Rasmussen Reports
    @Rasmussen_Poll
    ·
    18h
    Almost half (47%) of U.S. likley voters now believe there was enough fraud to ensure Biden would win in the recent elections, including 75% of Republicans & 30% of Democrats.

  90. Armadillo says:

    Votes are money. Votes are power.

    I can’t put it any simpler than that.

    They need to be safeguarded as much as your own bank account.

  91. Armadillo says:

    I hope Robert Barnes is making phat bank out of his fifteen minutes, because I reckon you lot will drop him like a stone once the EC votes in Biden.

    mOnts gets it.

  92. Mullumhillbilly says:

    Oh well, could happen to anyone. Even Georgia I guess.

    Venezuela fire: Thousands of voting machines burned

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-51800316

  93. Armadillo says:

    Votes are money. Votes are power.

    You don’t have to rob a bank. Robbing the voting system is much easier.

    Way much easier.

  94. Armadillo says:

    What you are witnessing is the greatest heist in history.

  95. mh says:

    Howard Hill
    #3676128, posted on November 30, 2020 at 10:22 pm

    Thanks, I’ve only started listening to the Levin episode.

    Some good points about American universities.

  96. mh says:

    For the early risers

    🔴 LIVE: Arizona State Legislature Holds Public Hearing on 2020 Election

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rri6flxaXww

  97. Armadillo says:

    It’s been a “gradual robbery” in many senses. Every four years .

    During the interlude, the robbers hand has been strengthened (appointments to positions of power).

    They didn’t foresee Trump coming and fucking it all up in 2016. They hit the panic button.

    Perry Mason is on the case.

  98. Armadillo says:

    What do you do when you can’t get the votes? When there is a landslide?

    Buy popcorn.

  99. Armadillo says:

    Votes are money. Votes are power.

    The keys to Fort Knox were left in the gate.

  100. Armadillo says:

    The gatekeepers of the Repubic are the American people themselves.

    The keys were stolen right from under their noses.

  101. Armadillo says:

    Always go with your “gut feeling”.

    I’m yet to sense any enthusiasm for Joe. Nothing. Zip. Zero. Zilch.

    There is a deathly quiet. The second American Revolution is underway. It won’t be violent.

  102. Howard Hill says:

    egg_
    #3676167, posted on November 30, 2020 at 11:06 pm

    Salty Cracker is on fire in that video, egg_.
    Just as I said weeks ago, the orange man is about to get real bad 🙂

  103. Armadillo says:

    An “American Awakening” is the most likely scenario.

    This election (and this moment) will be remembered in American history as a turning point.

    The Constitution will remain untouched. The electoral system will be revamped to reflect modern technology. The “Dukes of Hazzard” will be allowed to jump bridges over state lines, and Wonder Woman will be able to remain seductive.

  104. Rex Mango says:

    Is it just me, or do you not think that Rudy should lose those two big gold rings he has when presenting the case? Looks kind’ve cheap.

  105. mh says:

    Live Arizona #StopTheSteal rally 🇺🇸

    https://www.pscp.tv/w/1lPKqXQnRLPxb

  106. Tailgunner says:

    At Great Falls Park.
    Bad omens everywhere for Joe from Scranton!

  107. P says:

    Jenna Ellis
    @JennaEllisEsq
    ·
    3m
    The certification of Arizona’s FALSE results is unethical and knowingly participating in the corruption that has disenfranchised AZ voters.

    BUT, this in no way impacts the state legislature’s ability to take back the proper selection of delegates.

  108. m0nty says:

    The hotel event in Arizona is meaningless. The state certified the election today. Wisconsin soon to follow.

    Dillo, you sound like a crazy person.

  109. Mother Lode says:

    noting that the CT scan “confirmed hairline (small) fractures of President-elect Biden’s lateral and intermediate cuneiform bones, which are in the mid-foot.”

    Great.

    Next will be a back injury.

    From trying to sniff the hairline in his feet.

  110. Tailgunner says:

    The state certified the election today. Wisconsin soon to follow.

    Can’t contest the results til certified,Monty.
    🙂
    That guy just signed his own arrest warrant.
    NCSWIC
    Nothing

  111. Boambee John says:

    m0nty
    #3676169, posted on November 30, 2020 at 11:08 pm
    I hope Robert Barnes is making phat bank out of his fifteen minutes, because I reckon you lot will drop him like a stone once the EC votes in Biden.

    Au contraire, four years of #Resist! coming up. Trump appoints Powell Special Prosecutor into Hunter B’s international dealings before inauguration day, and we look forward to Powellween, Powellgiving, drip, drip, drip for the next four years.

  112. John of Mel says:

    At Great Falls Park.

    Old Dominion Dr.
    Man, this is gold. Is this for real?

  113. Tailgunner says:

    Sure is, John!
    The dogs are Comms.
    A few days ago Biden was seen on a stage with dogs on his socks, then the dog psychic story, then he goes down “playing with his dog”, Major(military?).
    Dominion Rd, Great Falls Park?
    What a time to be alive!

  114. duncanm says:

    Tailgunner
    #3676322, posted on December 1, 2020 at 7:59 am
    https://twitter.com/SHELLYJACOBS/status/1333317413623001089?s=19

    Wow,wow,wow

    if that is true – then it pretty much confirms the German server raid stories, no?

  115. Armadillo says:

    Dillo, you sound like a crazy person.

    mOnts, the real crazy ones are the power drunk arsehats on your side of the aisle. You can only defend the indefensible for so long. It’s best you apologise now and save yourself some grief.

  116. Tailgunner says:

    https://twitter.com/NatyLiy/status/1333500580287950849?s=19

    Huge!
    Votes being sent to Frankfurt.
    “Our white hat hackers have all this”
    They’re FOOKED!!!!

  117. Tailgunner says:

    confirms the German server raid stories, no?

    Definitely *unverified* at this stage,duncan.
    But yes, it would!
    My sources said she’d been wounded in the raid.
    Gina, get in here and tell us rumours of your death are premature!

  118. mh says:

    Leo Biasiucci (R) – Arizona: “Are you willing to say under oath, that you’ve seen the connection to the internet, that you’ve seen it gone offshore to Frankfurt, Germany?”

    Col. Waldron: “Yes, our “White” hat hackers, they have that traffic and the packets.”

  119. mh says:

    Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)
    #3676267, posted on December 1, 2020 at 5:33 am

    Good to see more networks covering these important hearings.

  120. John Comnenus says:

    That Col Waldron says that the white hat hackers have the traffic and packets. That would be absolute evidence of fraud.

    There have been public pronouncements about block chain surveillance. I assume that allows them to pick up data moving through the transport layer of the internet. It would allow them to see what was sent to Frankfurt and what Frankfurt returned to the initiating sight or a central counting site.

    That would be hard evidence.

  121. mh says:

    When do we see Biden in his special boots? 👢

  122. Gab says:

    Gina Haspel dead? From ”natural causes”?
    Wasn’t it reported couple of days ago that she was injured in some activity in Germany to do with the election equipment?

  123. mh says:

    Team Trump
    @TeamTrump
    ·
    58m
    Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai presents his data at the #ArizonaHearing, showing the only way for Biden to have statistically caught up with @realDonaldTrump was if Democrat votes came in at 130% for Biden and -30% for Trump

    https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1333523364993003523?s=20

  124. cohenite says:

    Team Trump
    @TeamTrump
    ·
    58m
    Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai presents his data at the #ArizonaHearing, showing the only way for Biden to have statistically caught up with @realDonaldTrump was if Democrat votes came in at 130% for Biden and -30% for Trump

    https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1333523364993003523?s=20

    Sounds fair.

  125. wivenhoe says:

    When do we see Biden in his special boots? 👢

    They are waiting for the concrete to cure.

  126. 1735099 says:

    This is becoming a spectator sport.
    It resembles World Championship Wrestling – staged and spectacular, but has entertainment value only.

  127. cohenite says:

    If the state GoP legislatures squib it then it’s the SCOTUS accepting at least one of the swing states, preferably PA, where GoP scrutineers were banned and huge dumps occurred during their absence. The issue there will be quantifying the number of ballots, which must exceed the winning margin.

    It’s irritating that the GoP did not plan for this cheating which was as inevitable as shit out of joe’s mouth.

  128. mh says:

    General Flynn
    @GenFlynn
    “Unapologetic and Unafraid”

    I watched today’s hearing. Powerful! AZ needs to stop and take major corrective action as do many other states. Thank you
    @NatyLiy
    for bringing this to our attention.

    #DigitalSoldiers

    Quote Tweet

    Naty 🇺🇸
    @NatyLiy
    · 2h
    BREAKING: #ArizonaHearing: “Are you willing to say under oath, that you’ve seen the connection to the internet, that you’ve seen it gone offshore to Frankfurt, Germany?”

    Col. Waldron: “Yes, our “White” hat hackers, they have that traffic and the packets.”

  129. cohenite says:

    Oh God, the old bastard troll is still alive; well it was never alive in any meaningful sense, merely a synaptic clone of life with some leftie response moving its shitty old hands and mouth, but that shadow is still alive. No justice.

  130. mh says:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    5h
    .
    @OANN
    WOW, total election corruption in Arizona. Hearing on now! Why isn’t @FoxNews covering the Arizona hearings?

  131. mh says:

    Raheem Kassam
    @RaheemKassam
    ·
    4h
    Current AZ witness Patrick Colbeck is literally a Microsoft and NASA engineer but CNN’s editorial view is that Michael Avenatti is a more reliable voice.

  132. mh says:

    mh
    #3676205, posted on December 1, 2020 at 12:08 am
    For the early risers

    🔴 LIVE: Arizona State Legislature Holds Public Hearing on 2020 Election

    If you watch that view now, there is a lady in tight black leggings behind Rudy.

    Just sayin’.

  133. Rorschach says:

    John C

    That Col Waldron says that the white hat hackers have the traffic and packets. That would be absolute evidence of fraud.

    I am very suspicious of the whole “seized the server” story for the simple fact that today everything is in the cloud and the interlinked servers are all over the place (and prob too big to “seize”).

    I had a look into this when the story came out and a lot of voting / ballot related info is on the Amazon Cloud [AWS]

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/15/how-amazon-moved-into-the-business-of-us-elections.html

    While it does not handle voting on election day, AWS — along with a broad network of partners — now runs state and county election websites, stores voter registration rolls and ballot data, facilitates overseas voting by military personnel and helps provide live election-night results, according to company documents and interviews.

    AWS has a number of distinct and separate regions that act essentially independent of each other [for failover / disaster recovery purposes]. Given this was a US wide election it would make sense to have all backups in a separate region – say Europe [and eu-central-1 servers are in Frankfurt]

    https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/global-infrastructure/

    Now … a lot of this is automatic – the backup is done even if you don’t ask for it (even just to protect AWS in case they have a failure). So whilst the powers that be may take all precautions in clearing / wiping and adjusting their local server data, the back-up may be missed, or possibly, versions of data may be missed. Or even if they are deleted – “just in case” they may be retained for a while! Just in case 🙂 [Think of your deleted file bin – it needs to be separately purged “are you sure you want to permanently delete this?”]

    In the article below is prob what a cloud server farm would look like – difficult to seize. Raiding these with GI Joe and team is highly unlikely. But the CIA (and obviously other Alphabet Agencies) have strong links to the AWS (and the other clouds). Guaranteed the Alphabets have back doors to even private cloud regions (for national security purposes).

    https://www.nextgov.com/it-modernization/2017/11/amazon-web-services-announces-secret-cloud-region-cia/142662/

    We have the October declared national security emergency, we have the 2018 executive order and we have prime evidence of tampering… I would suggest that there probably is a court order authorising the “white hat” hacks and seizure of the data! So it’ll be legal and unchallengeable. Which is where I thought the Kraken super-computer fitted in. I would also suggest that it was not the CIA/FBI/NSA that is doing the investigation of this… [And why Barr is so grumpy] It may be the military, homeland security / customs / ice. Or – and I so hope this is true – the SPACE FORCE!

  134. 1735099 says:

    Oh God, the old bastard troll is still alive; well it was never alive in any meaningful sense, merely a synaptic clone of life with some leftie response moving its shitty old hands and mouth, but that shadow is still alive. No justice.

    It’s so generous of Sinc to provide a therapeutic outlet to the delusionists who are having trouble coming to grips with the will of the American voters.

  135. Rorschach says:

    https://twitter.com/ChanelRion/status/1333535217873604609?s=20

    Ans while he was testifying, Bobby Piton’s twitter account was suspended. It is war out there

    #digitalsoldiers

  136. m0nty says:

    Naty 🇺🇸 @NatyLiy
    BREAKING: #ArizonaHearing: “Are you willing to say under oath, that you’ve seen the connection to the internet, that you’ve seen it gone offshore to Frankfurt, Germany?”

    Col. Waldron: “Yes, our “White” hat hackers, they have that traffic and the packets.”

    He will never go under oath to say this.

  137. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Gina Haspel dead? From ”natural causes”?

    likely fake news

  138. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    In the article below is prob what a cloud server farm would look like – difficult to seize. Raiding these with GI Joe and team is highly unlikely.

    you can’t “seize” a virtual server as there are likely many other customers sharing the same hardware. All you need a is a court order and amazon will give you a copy. this entire story is almost cetainly fake news

  139. m0nty says:

    Wisconsin certifying means that in every state where Trump was contesting the result, those results have been certified.

    Trump has a week left to further his cause in the state courts. Then another week until the Electoral College votes. He is currently running at a court record of 1 win and 39 losses across 7 states, with a further 13 cases still active.

    https://www.democracydocket.com/case_type/post-election/

    There is no credible movement among state Republican legislators to cheat.

  140. m0nty says:

    Wisconsin certifying means that in every state where Trump was contesting the result, those results have been certified.

    Trump has a week left to further his cause in the state courts. Then another week until the Electoral College votes. He is currently running at a court record of 1 win and 39 losses across 7 states, with a further 13 cases still active.

    There is no credible movement among state Republican legislators to cheat.

  141. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    cohenite
    #3675933, posted on November 30, 2020 at 6:22 pm
    A good read but overly optimistic:

    Deconstructing Trump hatred ahead of 2024
    John Ruddick The Spectator Australia 30 November 2020…
    The good news is that around half of America are now smart enough not to fit into any of the above categories. It won’t be long before it’s half plus more.

    And Arma commented up thread re the same. Millions of American voters (mostly Republicans but also Dems and others(?) ) know that the United States election system is rotten. I can’t believe that now knowing this these American patriots (because that’s how Americans view themselves) 70-80+mill of them will accept anything less than a full clean up of the system.

    Again, Trump proves himself to be the only one with the strength of spirit and determination to not give in.

  142. mh says:

    President Donald Trump phoning in to the hearings

  143. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    There is no credible movement among state Republican legislators to reject the cheating.

    wobble those fat jowls some more

  144. mh says:

    There is no credible movement among state Republican legislators to cheat.

    Once again mUnty fails to understand the Constitution.

    Sad.

  145. Tom Atkinson says:

    Col. Waldron: “Yes, our “White” hat hackers, they have that traffic and the packets.”

    Sounds like QAnon fantasy. Sorry, but I can’t see how the data sent to the “servers”, or the data on the servers, is of any use. Such data would likely look exactly like the NYT data that everybody has already been working with.

    If the count tampering took place in the “servers”, then it would make sense, but that suggestion is silly. All tampering would have taken place locally, for a whole lot of reasons. The data uploaded to the “servers”, therefore, would already have been manipulated.

    The QAnon fantasists have sadly done great damage to the various causes of this great president. So many have put so much time and effort into following the Q rubbish when they could have put that effort into something more concrete. “Trust the plan” had so many sitting on their hands when they could have been usefully agitating elsewhere. No wonder some here consider Q to be Dem “psyops”.

    Sadly, it appears that some close to Trump have fallen for the Q rubbish.

  146. custard says:

    Montifa is starting to crack under the pressure. LOL

  147. Boambee John says:

    It’s so generous of Sinc to provide a therapeutic outlet to the delusionists who are having trouble coming to grips with the will of the American voters.

    And particularly generous that he provided it continuously from 2016 onwards. Soon, however, it will be stage two for the same delusionists, as reality bites them (again).

  148. Boambee John says:

    He will never go under oath to say this.

    Sez the fat fascist fool with his fingers crossed.

  149. cohenite says:

    It’s so generous of Sinc to provide a therapeutic outlet to the delusionists who are having trouble coming to grips with the will of the American voters.

    Great piss taking. The will of the American voters; even if plagiarised from Mark Twain; a real shit on sticks post; well done you old bastard.

  150. Tom Atkinson says:

    Is it just me, or are the state legislatures shy about pursuing the fraud allegations?

    To me, they could have been, from November 4th onwards, aggressively looking into the claims of fraud and cheating.

    It seems that, with no time left on the clock, the PA state legislature sought to bring a motion addressing the discrepancies, but leaving themselves only one day for it to be introduced, then passed by both houses, surely meant it would fizzle out – as it appears to have done. They gave themselves one day, when they could have stepped in weeks ago.

    Was it because they were afraid of having nasty things said about them on Twitter? Of being branded as “racist”? Of having their addresses and their children’s schools named on social media?

  151. Tailgunner says:

    “Trust the plan” had so many sitting on their hands when they could have been usefully agitating elsewhere

    Bullshit.
    This is digital warfare.
    Needs digital soldiers.
    /pol/ figured out the power of keyboard warrioring years ago.
    Do you think General Flynn & Sidney Powell are unserious patriots? Fools? Dem psy-ops?

  152. Tailgunner says:

    Remember Obama told Trump the two most dangerous individuals in the world were Kim Jong In & General Flynn.
    He was half right.
    Dark to Light.
    No Surrender

  153. m0nty says:

    This is digital warfare.
    Needs digital soldiers.
    /pol/ figured out the power of keyboard warrioring years ago.

    Hahahahaha!

    Oh Gunner, not only is it a useful contribution to the cause by running a Dem psyop, you make it look so fun!

  154. Rorschach says:

    Was it because they were afraid of having nasty things said about them on Twitter? Of being branded as “racist”? Of having their addresses and their children’s schools named on social media?

    All of the above. Standard swamp move. That they bring action at the twelfth hour is simply a CYA / Plausible deniability play. [Whichever way this plays out – see I was on your side.]

  155. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Obama arrested.

    probably referencing the same fake news story from yesterday

  156. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    AZ hearing witness/affiant Linda Brickman says no observers could see what was happening in the ballot duplication room she was working in, as nobody could see through the wall “unless you were Superman!”

    Now expecting Democrats to claim that the ballot counting was closely scrutinized by Superman.

  157. Tailgunner says:

    This silent civil war is stressful.
    But, yes, pretty fun too!
    😃
    I trust in the god Emperor.
    We Win

  158. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    I disapprove of Giuliani taking so much time grandstanding and injecting his own opinions into the proceedings instead of just letting all the witnesses talk as much as possible.

  159. Tailgunner says:

    What if the civilian legal process is a distraction while the military one ‘gives the lead’?

  160. min says:

    IMO troll Monty and co have not listened to evidence just making up stories from reports .

  161. Rorschach says:

    I disapprove of Giuliani taking so much time grandstanding and injecting his own opinions into the proceedings instead of just letting all the witnesses talk as much as possible.

    I am so hoping that this all is just a distraction monkey and that the real fraud analysis is being done confidentially elsewhere [lets face it – we know that any lawyers working on Trump lawsuits are being doxed, threatened and otherwise cancelled]

  162. Rorschach says:

    AZ hearing witness/affiant Linda Brickman says no observers could see what was happening in the ballot duplication room she was working in,

    I saw one of the successful arguments used in tossing a Trump lawsuit on this was: The law states that the observer has to be present – not that they have to observe…

  163. Boambee John says:

    min
    #3676521, posted on December 1, 2020 at 12:03 pm
    IMO troll Monty and co have not listened to evidence just making up stories from reports .

    Correction, just making up stories without even looking at the reports, for fear that they might see something that they do not want to see.

  164. mh says:

    I disapprove of Giuliani taking so much time grandstanding and injecting his own opinions into the proceedings instead of just letting all the witnesses talk as much as possible.

    Rudy also has an annoying voice.
    However, his opening speech was powerful. I agreed with every word.

  165. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Bloody Rudy. Four remaining witnesses won’t get a chance to testify and be examined on their testimony today because of Giuliani’s gasbagging.

  166. Rorschach says:

    Bloody Rudy.

    He is too much of a fan of his own voice. Not surprised that Sidney Powell could not work with him. [I would have been happier if Sidney was running the show!]

  167. m0nty says:

    Bloody Rudy. Four remaining witnesses won’t get a chance to testify and be examined on their testimony today because of Giuliani’s gasbagging.

    Oh bugger, and those were the four witnesses who were going to blow the case wide open! There was one even called Karen Racken.

  168. Tom Atkinson says:

    I saw one of the successful arguments used in tossing a Trump lawsuit on this was: The law states that the observer has to be present – not that they have to observe…

    Tailor-made for the Supreme Court … to rule that the “observer” must be able to observe.

  169. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    AZ hearing. Superb legal summary by Jenna Ellis.

  170. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Representative Townsend absolutely nailing the Constitutional duty to replace the politicians who have done nothing to stop or investigate the lapses in election integrity.

  171. mh says:

    He is too much of a fan of his own voice.

    True. I think someone should tell Rudy to speak less at these important hearings.

  172. cohenite says:

    Great analysis on the statistical impossibility of joe’s votes in the swing states by Dan Bongino. The demorat dumps when the GoP scrutineers were missing used the 3rd party votes to hide the joe/Trump disproportionality. The stats are compelling and when combined with the illegality of the dumps because of the lack of scrutiny and other ballot deficits should be enough for SCOTUS:

    https://choiceclips.whatfinger.com/2020/11/30/stunning-election-anomalies-you-must-hear/

  173. cohenite says:

    Sorry, I should have added, the key chart is at 39.30.

    https://choiceclips.whatfinger.com/2020/11/30/stunning-election-anomalies-you-must-hear/

    Fucking amazing. I just don’t know if they can get it to SCOTUS.

  174. John Comnenus says:

    Rorschach,

    I am assuming that if they have the they have gotten the packets in the transport layer where data is transmitted, not in the infrastructure layer where the data is stored. So cloud storage issues are not necessarily relevant to collecting the data.

  175. Maj says:

    Fucking amazing. I just don’t know if they can get it to SCOTUS.

    Team Trump just needs to file with SCOTUS right?

    And then 4 Justices need to say yes to a hearing?

    Sounds like a slam-dunk to me!

  176. min says:

    Trump will enact the EO established in 2018 when irregularities were noted .

  177. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Oh dear, one panelist just said they risked losing a battle against (quote) “all the -isms.”
    All the isms.

    This saga is a rollercoaster at every timescale.

  178. Dot says:

    I am simping for Jenna Ellis.

    Simping like a Trump train, no brakes!

  179. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    “Maybe we need to go back to that [paper ballots] and learn something from our neighbours to the north.”

    T’chya-huh! D’ya think?
    Apparently you can teach an old Republican old tricks.

  180. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    The panel hearing leaders says he will be calling for a special session of the AZ legislature, and says it’s time for arrests.

  181. Rorschach says:

    I am assuming that if they have the they have gotten the packets in the transport layer where data is transmitted, not in the infrastructure layer where the data is stored. So cloud storage issues are not necessarily relevant to collecting the data.

    If they are intercepting / mirroring somewhere the data transfers – then you don’t need access to the servers. However – to make a legal case, you need to associate the data flow, and the data repository to ownership and intent. [Purely speculation – the monitoring of the data from the Dominion machines, to Dominion servers (wherever) allows (legal / subpoena) access to the who initiated, who received, who then did what with it (i.e. changed / reprocessed) etc.] Allowing then to re-create any voter data manipulation, before, during and subsequent of the transfers. And more importantly re-engineer any algorithms used [which you can then deduce if used in previous elections if you really want to clean up the electoral process].

  182. mh:

    If you watch that view now, there is a lady in tight black leggings behind Rudy.
    Just sayin’.

    Did you get a screenshot, mh?
    #shallowoldfart
    That was no lady, that was my wife!
    #dadjokes

  183. egg_ says:

    Barnes conceded a bit to Powell recently on Viva Frei.

    Methinks in true Trump fashion this is multi-forked and there is indeed a parallel DoJ cyber fraud backroom operation whilst Giuliani runs the circus show – this happened with Powell’s “departure” from the Trump team.

    A lot of bread and circuses at play for the masses like M0ntifa to soak up.

    Flynn outlined the ultimate path to SCOTUS.

  184. Maj says:

    This is straight up TREASON

    While the Arizona legislators were holding that hearing into election integrity, “Republican” Governor Doug Ducey was certifying Sleepy Joe Biden’s “win” (and Mark Kelly’s “win” for Senate) line on TV

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxmhYbvATy0

  185. egg_ says:

    Virtual servers are realised in hardware and it wouldn’t be surprising if DoJ seized a physical server in Frankfurt as hard evidence of US Election data being stored offshore.

    The packet traffic data would be the chain of evidence.

  186. mh:

    Once again mUnty fails to understand the Constitution.

    The most complex document mUnty can understand is the menu at the local Krispy Kreme Restaurant.

  187. mh says:

    Maj
    #3676605, posted on December 1, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    I would prefer less of the Rudy Show, and the questioning left to inquisitive members of the legislature.

  188. m0nty says:

    Virtual servers are realised in hardware and it wouldn’t be surprising if DoJ seized a physical server in Frankfurt as hard evidence of US Election data being stored offshore.

    Amazingly, the Marines or Rainbow Six or the Paw Patrol or whatever they were called also confiscated an actual hammer used by Stalin himself, plus a scorecard from a golf game held between Fidel Castro and Karl Marx. Wow!

  189. Maj says:

    Ben [email protected]‏ @AutistLvsMatter·Nov 12

    CIA Director Michael Flynn. That’s it. That’s the tweet.

    8:17 PM – 12 Nov 2020

  190. mh says:

    The most complex document mUnty can understand is the menu at the local Krispy Kreme Restaurant.

    He knows every donut on the menu because he loves donuts.
    Whereas Monty stopped reading the Constitution at ‘We The People’.
    He prefers ‘You Lot’.

  191. egg_ says:

    it wouldn’t be surprising if DoJ seized a physical server in Frankfurt

    The original story was by the German Military at the behest of the US Armed Forces in Germany.

    No dramatics for web fetishists, sorry.

  192. egg_ says:

    CIA Director Michael Flynn.

    If so, cop that in the kisser M0ntifa!

  193. egg_ says:

    Methinks the Qanon Psyops is Trump playing the shell game with retards.

  194. buckshot says:

    John of Mel
    #3676325, posted on December 1, 2020 at 8:04 am
    At Great Falls Park.

    Old Dominion Dr.
    Man, this is gold. Is this for real?

    I thought the cryptic message was also with the injury – a hairline fracture to the cuneiform bone. Cuneiform “is a logo-syllabic script that was used to write several languages”. So a ‘hairline’ being Joe’s ‘downfall’ can be read in more than one way.

  195. Maj says:

    Never Trumpers strike again LOL

    National Review rips Trump’s post-election ‘disgraceful endgame’

    Magazine says: ‘He can’t stand to admit that he lost’

    National Review took aim at President Trump in a scathing editorial over his ongoing efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election.

    In the piece titled “Trump’s disgraceful endgame,” the editors of the conservative magazine tore into the president’s “disgraceful conduct” since the November 3 election and how he “can’t stand to admit that he lost.”

    “There are legitimate issues to consider after the 2020 vote about the security of mail-in ballots and the process of counting votes… but make no mistake: The chief driver of the post-election contention of the past several weeks is the petulant refusal of one man to accept the verdict of the American people,” the editors wrote. “The Trump team (and much of the GOP) is working backwards, desperately trying to find something, anything to support the president’s aggrieved feelings, rather than objectively considering the evidence and reacting as warranted.”

    The editorial knocked the president’s various “already-debunked claims and crackpot conspiracy theories about Dominion voting systems” he has repeated on Twitter, including one where he appeared to make an error comparing of the number of mail-in ballots that were sent out in Pennsylvania and to the total ballots tallied.

    “Flawed and dishonest assertions like this pollute the public discourse and mislead good people who make the mistake of believing things said by the president of the United States,” the editors wrote.

    While the magazine acknowledged that Trump has the “legal right to file suits” in court, but he “shouldn’t pursue meritless litigation in Hail Mary attempts to get millions of votes tossed out.”

    “This is exactly what he’s been doing, it’s why reputable GOP lawyers have increasingly steered clear, and it’s why Trump has suffered defeat after defeat in court,” the piece continued. “The idea, as the Trump team stalwartly maintains, that the Supreme Court is going to take up this case and issue a game-changing ruling is fantastical. Conservative judges have consistently rejected Trump’s flailing legal appeals, and the justices are unlikely to have a different reaction.”

    The National Review editors deemed Trump’s apparent efforts to get local GOP officials to block the voting certification in the key states he lost to Joe Biden his “most reprehensible tactic,” calling it a “profoundly undemocratic move” and crediting the “honesty and sense of duty of most of the Republicans involved” that the president’s intentions failed.

    “Getting defeated in a national election is a blow to the ego of even the most thick-skinned politicians and inevitably engenders personal feelings of bitterness and anger. What America has long expected is that losing candidates swallow those feelings and at least pretend to be gracious. If Trump’s not capable of it, he should at least stop waging war on the outcome,” the editors concluded.

  196. Some History says:

    Montifa
    Amazingly, the Marines or Rainbow Six or the Paw Patrol or whatever they were called also confiscated an actual hammer used by Stalin himself, plus a scorecard from a golf game held between Fidel Castro and Karl Marx. Wow!

    Tah Toh Too Toom . . Too-Toom . TISH Ti-TISH!

  197. Tailgunner says:

    https://twitter.com/Rothbard1776/status/1333486204277444610?s=19

    Good thread here.
    The first AZ witness and what he saw.
    They have already examined a Dominion machine in a small Michigan County.

  198. egg_ says:

    #3676605, posted on December 1, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    Shiva does a good presentation on Maricopa County at 5:13.

  199. Rorschach says:

    Lin Wood has gone nuclear on Brian Kemp [the Governor of Georgia – the one that Trump tweeted yesterday that he regretted endorsing]

    https://twitter.com/LLinWood/status/1333585532585127936?s=20

    Lin Wood @LLinWood
    ·
    1h
    I am not in a position from an evidentiary standpoint to comment on @dougducey, but I can say with confidence that @BrianKempGA is a traitor & a criminal who was aware that kickbacks from China & Dominion deals made their way to family accounts & his business partners’ accounts.

    1. KEMP-18 has risen to pandemic level in GA. The disease is directly linked to voter fraud in 11/3 election.

    @BrianKempGA has been identified as carrier who infected GA citizens with disease. Kemp was last spotted hiding in basement with a bag over his head to hide TRUTH.

    2. A tested vaccine Nomokemp provides safe & effective treatment for KEMP-18 as it depopulates Governor’s Mansion by one corrupt carrier. Nomokemp side effects vary between recall, resignation, and indictment.

    3. Once administered, Nomokemp provides GA with lifetime immunity from any variant of the disease such as KEMP-22.

    Make Georgia Honest Again. Take Nomokemp as soon as possible. The sooner taken, the better the outcome of the 11/3 election & GA future.

    #MGHA
    #Nomokemp
    @GovKemp

    [And more!]

  200. egg_ says:

    the Marines or Rainbow Six or the Paw Patrol or whatever

    Does M0ntifa get a boner watching AFL?

  201. egg_ says:

    Shiva speaks about a possible 30% vote shift to Biden in Maricopa County AZ.

  202. Maj says:

    jonathanbenit
    @benitjonathan
    Replying to @LLinWood @dougducey and @BrianKempGA

    And he’s going to go to jail. Just like the rest of them. Y’all underestimate Trump.

    12:36 PM · Dec 1, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

  203. m0nty says:

    Here’s a nice little tweet thread from John Fetterman, Lt Gov of Pennsylvania.

    I don’t get why Trump cut Sidney Powell loose.
    How is she any less warped or tragic than any other of their cases or attorneys in PA?
    Nearly 3 weeks after the election, my dude in Forty Fort + his dead mom still represents *50%* of the total voter fraud in PA out of 7M votes.

    I legitimately have as much proof Joe Biden won Texas as the President has he won Pennsylvania.

    Let me be clear, if you take away all of the voter fraud in Pennsylvania that involved illegally voting for Trump, you do not have one single, documented case of voter fraud in Pennsylvania.

    I spent all weekend triple checking that there is *not* a lost, enchanted village in Pennsylvania with 90,000 Trump voters that we forgot to count.

    The GOP lawsuits are so dopey that if PA doesn’t certify the vote, after November 30th, we literally don’t have a PA House + 1/2 of the Senate, both of which are controlled by Republicans.
    And they accuse me of smoking too much weed.

    The Steelers are 10-0 and I’m still waiting on a boatload of Sheetz gift cards.

  204. Boambee John says:

    egg_
    #3676669, posted on December 1, 2020 at 2:17 pm
    the Marines or Rainbow Six or the Paw Patrol or whatever

    Does M0ntifa get a boner watching AFL?

    Well, he is big on the fantasy AFL scene.

  205. egg_ says:

    The GOP lawsuits are so dopey that if PA doesn’t certify the vote, after November 30th, we literally don’t have a PA House + 1/2 of the Senate, both of which are controlled by Republicans.

    Waaaaaaaaah!

  206. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Does M0ntifa get a boner watching AFL?

    monstie’s jowl wobble is his version of twerking, what with all the shit that comes out his mouth….

  207. Maj says:

    Republican Doug Ducey Certified Votes for Biden while his State Legislatures Heard Testimony About Massive Voter Fraud

    On Monday the Republican Governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, betrayed his state and the country by rushing through a certification of election results, while there are numerous lawsuits in the state court, and at the exact same time an Arizona Poll Worker was testifying in a massive and very long hearing with Arizona state Representatives hearing presentations on all types of voter fraud and election integrity problems in their state.

    But that doesn’t mean that the fight is over in Arizona. Trump is still ready to fight about it.

    President Donald J.Trump’s attorney made the announcement about certification, on Twitter:

    DURING the #ArizonaHearing on election integrity, Arizona Secretary of State and Governor rush through certifying FALSE election results!

    This is misconduct and disenfranchising legal AZ voters!

    The legislature MUST ACT to stop this blatant corruption!https://t.co/eGR1EmbVyF
    — Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) November 30, 2020

    Ducey bragged on Twitter as an afront to the people who had gathered to voice their concerns, and to the legislators were hearing testimony out of respect for their voters, who they said wanted them at the hearing with the legal team of Trump’s.

    Today, we signed the canvass for the 2020 election in Arizona. I’m grateful to the voters, the county election offices, the county recorders’ offices, & the poll workers across the state for their dedication to the success of our election system. @SecretaryHobbs @GeneralBrnovich pic.twitter.com/vdjhuQosZd
    — Doug Ducey (@dougducey) November 30, 2020

    Giuliani said when announcing the move by ducey to the hearing said: “We are not guided by your Governor, SecretaryofState, Joe Biden, or the media, we’re guided by the Constitution…..”

    Elli, at the hearing, presented Constitutional proof that State legislators have a path to taking the power away from the Secretary of State to choose electors. She posted that the fight was still on.

    The certification of Arizona’s FALSE results is unethical and knowingly participating in the corruption that has disenfranchised AZ voters.

    BUT, this in no way impacts the state legislature’s ability to take back the proper selection of delegates.
    — Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) November 30, 2020

    The case that Ellis encourages people to read through to understand her point of view.

    Supreme Court made clear more than a century ago there is “no doubt of the right of the [state] legislature to resume the power [of choosing electors] at any time, for it can neither be taken away nor abdicated.” McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1, 35 (1892) https://t.co/HEyAtwgncD
    — Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) November 28, 2020

    From a 2012 artcie at FairVote.org on the case:

    In McPherson v. Blacker, the petitioners’ argument rests on the claim that the duty to “appoint” and the duty to “direct” the manner of appointment are two separate powers: the latter assigned to the legislature by the Constitution and the former to a distinctive body called the “State,” meaning the “political community of free citizens, occupying a territory of defined boundaries, and organized under a government sanctioned and limited by a written constitution, and established by the consent of the governed.” 146 U.S. at 24 (quoting Texas v. White, 74 U.S. 700, 721).

    The Court accepts (or at least does not contradict) the Texas v. White definition of “State.” But far from construing Art. II, Sec. 1 as assigning two separate powers to two separate entities, the Court said that the State acts through its legislature to appoint presidential electors. This interpretation of the decision is supported by the passage:

    “The State does not act by its people in their collective capacity, but through such political agencies as are duly constituted and established. The legislative power is the supreme authority except as limited by the constitution of the State, and the sovereignty of the people is exercised through their representatives in the legislature unless by the fundamental law power is elsewhere reposed. . . . What is forbidden or required to be done by a State is forbidden or required of the legislative power under state constitutions as they exist.” 146 U.S. at 25 (emphasis added).

    The Court viewed the legislature and the State as interchangeable, unless the power or duty is expressly committed to another political agency of the state, or directly to the citizens of the state. This is further supported by the rest of the passage:

    “The clause under consideration [Art. II, Sec. 1, cl. 1] does not read that the people or the citizens shall appoint, but that ‘each State shall’; and if the words ‘in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct,’ had been omitted, it would seem that the legislative power of appointment could not have been successfully questioned in the absence of any provision in the state constitution in that regard. Hence the insertion of those words, while operating as a limitation upon the State in respect of any attempt to circumscribe the legislative power, cannot be held to operate as a limitation on that power itself.” 146 U.S. 25 (emphasis added).

    Furthermore, Justice Fuller concluded the historical discussion by saying “the appointment and mode of appointment of electors belong exclusively to the State under the Constitution of the United States.” 124 U.S. at 35. If the Court believed that the two powers belong to separate entities – that the power to appoint belongs to the State and power to direct belongs to the legislature – it could have said as much, but it never did. In fact, McPherson supports the argument that there is a presumption that the powers of a State reside with its legislature. So when the legislature acts, that in itself is an exercise of the sovereignty of the people, i.e., the State.

    Opponents might try to make the distinction between State and legislature with the McPherson quote that “the act of appointment is none the less the act of the State in its entirety because arrived at by districts, for the act is the act of political agencies duly authorized to speak for the State, and the combined result is the expression of the voice of the State, a result reached by direction of the legislature, to whom the whole subject is committed.” 146 U.S. 29.

    But even here the point is that the congressional districts are “duly authorized to speak for the State” by the legislature, not that they themselves are necessarily political agencies of the state. Similarly, under the NPV compact, it is the legislatures of the individual states authorizing that the national popular vote total will determine the appointment of electors. Moreover, the Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98 (2000), supported the proposition in McPherson, stating that “the state legislature’s power to select the manner for appointing electors is plenary. . . .”

  208. Maj says:

    Donald Trump Calls In to Arizona Voter Fraud Hearing: We’re Fighting Back

    President Donald Trump called in to a hearing with Republican lawmakers in Arizona Monday, praising them for fighting back against Democrat election fraud.

    “What they did is they played game, and games like nobody has ever seen before,” Trump said, referring to the Democrats. “This is the first time that Republicans or the first time anyone has fought back.”

    The audience applauded and cheered when they heard the president’s voice, as his attorney Jenna Ellis held the phone to a microphone.

    The president claimed that he won the swing states of Arizona, Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, reminding supporters that he earned 11 million more votes than he did in 2016.

    “I’ve been watching the hearings and they’re fascinating, incredible,” he said.

    The president praised all of the in-person witnesses who noted voting and counting anomalies in the state, where Biden finished with a lead over Trump of 10,457 votes.

    “I know some get heat, but many more get praise from the American public,” Trump said.

    Trump appeared furious that Arizona certified the election results on Monday as the Republican hearing about fraud was taking place. He accused Republican Gov. Doug Ducey of rushing the certification process, despite questions about the election’s integrity.

    “On top of it, you have a governor named Ducey,” he said as the crowd booed. “He just rushed to sign certificates … what’s that all about? He didn’t have to sign it. I say, why would he sign when you have these incredible hearings going on that’s showing such corruption and such horrible fraud?”

    The audience applauded in agreement.

    “You have to figure out what that’s all about with Ducey. He couldn’t go fast enough,” Trump said, He added, “We’re not going to forget what Ducey just did.”

    The president repeated allegations of voters who arrived to cast their ballot to find out it was already filled out, people paid to vote, and mail-in ballots that were processed without Republican election observers.

    “This shows how arrogant the Democrats and others were in taking away and stealing an election,” he said.

    Trump noted that he also faced criticism for fighting for voter integrity, noting that people repeatedly urged him to choose the “easier route” and focus on 2024.

    “I said, ‘No,’” he recalled. “I have to focus on two weeks ago. This is the greatest scam ever perpetrated on our country.”

    The president praised Arizona Republicans for holding the hearing, despite widespread criticism from corporate media.

    “We admire all of the people, and that includes all of these representatives that are up there and doing a great job,” Trump said. “What they don’t realize is that they might hear some things, but they’re becoming legend for taking this on.”

    The president again praised Rudy Giuliani for having the courage to fight when other lawyers backed down.

    “This is the most important thing that you’ve ever done,” he said.

  209. tgs says:

    Maj
    #3676643, posted on December 1, 2020 at 2:02 pm

    Never Trumpers strike again LOL

    Eh, I mean National Review is probably more balanced that most media. Sure they have Never Trumpers like David French and Jonah Goldberg but they also have Trump spriukers like Victor Davis Hanson and Conrad Black.

    Also, when’s this kraken going to get released? I thought this thread was full of people in the know.

  210. Maj says:

    Also, when’s this kraken going to get released?

    If you connect the dots you know it’s gonna be soon

  211. Armadillo says:

    Latest X22 Report….

    https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/x22?selected=REP4719037993

    Will have to skip the ads. YouTube has gone back to censorship.

  212. Maj says:

    Winning!

    Georgia court grants injunction preventing ‘wiping’ of Dominion voting machines pending ‘forensic inspection’

    A Georgia court has granted an injunction to prevent voting machines being wiped pending “forensic inspection”, handing a victory to Donald Trump.

  213. Maj says:

    Kemp’s political career is over (as a Republican)

  214. John Comnenus says:

    Rorschach,

    I agree with your points. But, if you had evidence of the packet going in and then there is a difference in the same packet going out, and this happened to multiple packets, then you would have a prima face case of fraud or at the very least a glitch that changed the result of the election.

    That should be enough to get warrants and inspect who received the data and who made the changes. However, this all assumes that the server logs haven’t been wiped, in which case, it may not be clear who made the changes, but evidence that the changes were made should be enough to overturn the results. I agree that assigning actual blame and culpability will require a physical inspection of the infrastructure and application layers logs and traffic.

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