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10 Nov 2020, 2:31 pm

“There will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration,” Mr. Pompeo
said when asked during a press conference at State Department headquarters
whether the department is preparing to engage with the Biden transition team."

-With No Real Substantial Evidence Provided That Rises
to any Real Level of Refuting The Election Call For President Elect
Biden to Be the 46th President of the United States; Here is the Fraud
of the 2020 Election, All Wrapped Up as A Gift to Everyone in the World

From The 'State Department'

to See the Depth
of Lies that the
Secretary of State
Is Telling Aside
Donald L Trump's
New L Initial for Liar...

At the Level of Just Another
Common 'Banana Republic';

There are no Ifs, Ands, or Butts,
As to the Level of Fraud and
Deceit that Pompeo's Statement
Representing the United States
And Donald J L TRumP Rises to Now...

All For the Cost of 'Little Man Syndrome'; Republican Leaders
Who Don't Have Enough 'Manhood' to Speak to a simple Frigging Truth
Against Lies, Deceit, And Fraud at Highest Levels of Trump Administration Claims....

This is one of Lowest
Days Ever AS HiStory
Will Show for American Democracy
All at the Hands of Someone Who Couldn't

Keep a Job of Dog Catcher...

But of Course
Dog Catcher
Doesn't Get Elected
by Ignorance of Votes...

By We The People
of Who We Become Or Do Not Become Next...

For Deserving Those We Elect As Our Destined Representative Fate...

Where the Reality is Biden Is Likely to Win 306 Electoral Votes to Trump's
Assessment Before of a Landslide Victory; with 6 to 7 Million Overall Votes More
Than Trump that Doesn't Show that Much of a Difference of Some Poll Results, Overall, at least...

Never the Less,
World Views Now
of the Ignorance
of this Country,
And Cowardice
of Those Republican Leaders too Afraid
to Speak For Truth Falls Even Lower Now...

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10 Nov 2020, 4:11 pm

More strange anomalies. Why as a precinct is more Republican demographically, do fewer people vote for Trump, while still voting Republican down the ballot? And even if you can think of a good answer, why does it appear to happen linearly? Dr Shiva thinks this might be the work of a computer algorithm changing vote counts once Rep./Trump support reaches a certain threshold in a given precinct.



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10 Nov 2020, 4:18 pm

Many Republicans don't like Trump.



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10 Nov 2020, 4:48 pm

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Many Republicans don't like Trump.


This is covered in the video - the "Mitt Romney" explanation. Why would this only be true in more heavily Republican areas? While in more Democrat areas Trump is apparently more popular than the down ballot among Rep. voters.


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10 Nov 2020, 6:16 pm

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Many Republicans don't like Trump.


Its funny they never said much during the worst of his behaviour



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10 Nov 2020, 7:01 pm

One has to also consider that his behavior while he was President would not have been delightful to old-school conservative types.

I wonder how Dwight Eisenhower, and even Harry Truman, would have responded to how he behaved. I don't feel Richard Nixon would have been delighted, either (even though Nixon's flaws were at least as flagrant as Trump's).



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10 Nov 2020, 8:35 pm

But that's the thing. Trump isn't an old school conservative. He's an authoritarian narcissist who craves attention, power and control.

My guess is he has gotten used to strutting around the world stage like some type of emperor and it's hitting him now that he has to go back to being a shonky/corrupt billionaire again.



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11 Nov 2020, 12:41 am

Mikah wrote:
More strange anomalies. Why as a precinct is more Republican demographically, do fewer people vote for Trump, while still voting Republican down the ballot? And even if you can think of a good answer, why does it appear to happen linearly? Dr Shiva thinks this might be the work of a computer algorithm changing vote counts once Rep./Trump support reaches a certain threshold in a given precinct.



Not sure how much more /pol/ I can take.


Do you mean this Dr. Shiva? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiva_Ayyadurai

In that case, I think you will find the fraud somewhere else than in the counting.



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11 Nov 2020, 9:23 am

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In that case, I think you will find the fraud somewhere else than in the counting.


The analysis and graphing was done by http://www.electoralsystemincrisis.org, in particular the analyst Phil Evans who is on the phone during the video, though he doesn't say much. They had a lot to say about the 2016 election too.


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11 Nov 2020, 9:42 am

... still waiting for REAL evidence of REAL election fraud to be presented to the courts...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...


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11 Nov 2020, 9:47 am

Hopefully it won't take nearly as long as the Mueller report.



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11 Nov 2020, 9:54 am

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... still waiting for REAL evidence of REAL election fraud to be presented to the courts...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...


:roll:


Proof is quite difficult to gather without intensive investigation. What will have to happen is the Trump team will have to gather enough "anomalies" or red flags to request not just a recount, but a full audit in certain states. That is when evidence if any will appear. I assume, as someone interested in honest elections you would be in favour of such an audit?


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11 Nov 2020, 2:19 pm

Mikah wrote:
Fnord wrote:
... still waiting for REAL evidence of REAL election fraud to be presented to the courts...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...

... waiting...


:roll:


Proof is quite difficult to gather without intensive investigation. What will have to happen is the Trump team will have to gather enough "anomalies" or red flags to request not just a recount, but a full audit in certain states. That is when evidence if any will appear. I assume, as someone interested in honest elections you would be in favour of such an audit?

All previous work on voter fraud has shown that it is not an issue in the US. States already audit their elections. Trump set up a voter fraud commission with Kris Kobach, the former Kansas Secretary or State and a lead proponent of voter fraud as head, but the commission found nothing and quietly dissolved.

With all of the work done on this issue, all the safe guards placed on the election system, and no credible evidence shown that it is happening, the voter fraud line is just another conspiracy theory. Of course, if you love conspiracy theories, you will also love to sow doubt--the usual tactic of people with an agenda.

BTW, the voting system is under State jurisdiction. If you are really looking for an honest solution, you would not be leaving this to the "Trump team," a group that cannot be impartial at best.



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12 Nov 2020, 10:36 am

Another angle of this brewing is so-called "MaidenGate". That is women who have had votes cast in their maiden names. But it may extend further than that. America users of WP might want to check for themselves. If you have ever been registered in more than one state or have ever had a name change, you may be curious to see if someone has "voted" under your old name or address.

https://www.somebitchtoldme.com/post/ma ... big-enough


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12 Nov 2020, 11:44 am

Mikah wrote:
Another angle of this brewing is so-called "MaidenGate". That is women who have had votes cast in their maiden names. But it may extend further than that. America users of WP might want to check for themselves. If you have ever been registered in more than one state or have ever had a name change, you may be curious to see if someone has "voted" under your old name or address.

https://www.somebitchtoldme.com/post/ma ... big-enough


I guess you don't know how voter roles are managed. State do track previous residence and registration.



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12 Nov 2020, 12:50 pm

Jiheisho wrote:
Mikah wrote:
Another angle of this brewing is so-called "MaidenGate". That is women who have had votes cast in their maiden names. But it may extend further than that. America users of WP might want to check for themselves. If you have ever been registered in more than one state or have ever had a name change, you may be curious to see if someone has "voted" under your old name or address.

https://www.somebitchtoldme.com/post/ma ... big-enough


I guess you don't know how voter roles are managed. State do track previous residence and registration.


And yet, there are claims of women having votes cast under their maiden names.


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