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    11-08-2020, 05:20 PM
    You're not listening to the right people. You read as someone who gets his world view from CNN. FAIL^FAIL.
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    11-08-2020, 02:15 AM
    On what do you base those assertions?
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    11-08-2020, 02:11 AM
    Either you are trolling or you really don't understand the problem at all. Good luck.
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    11-07-2020, 05:05 PM
    Famous last words of someone who doesn't know. So it is then your position that all the voter fraus that has been uncovered is all lies and conspiracy theories? Right.
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    11-07-2020, 04:54 PM
    You clearly do not understand the fundamental nature of the problem. Firstly, the idea here is to win by the thinnest possible margin as that leaves Themme the greatest plausible deniability, specifically as it pertains to accusations of fraud. Next, because Theye have no a priori knowledge of how the election will play out in terms of vote distribution, waiting until the very end is precisely what they need in order not to flip too many votes. The larger the gap, the greater the danger even in this nation gone mad. As we can see, the margins of Biden's stolen victory are extremely slim - just enough to erase legal doubt, but not so much as to afford the "right" enough ammo that those in the courts would have no choice but to find for the Republicans.
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    11-06-2020, 09:02 AM
    In a population that large and given the other factors, it is statistically impossible, and I rarely use the I-word. This is clear, damning, and uncontrovertible proof that fraud is occurring. This alone should be sufficient to halt the process in all 50 states, invalidate the election, and call for some other remedy.
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    11-06-2020, 08:19 AM
    The massive fraud to which we are now witness is the most obvious symptom of a far deeper cancer: the absence of security in virtually all our political processes. Consider Congressional votes. It is long known that there are those who sell their souls in exchange for votes in both the House and Senate. This happens only because the process of legislation is insecure. Police murder innocent citizens and violate the rights of innocent and guilty alike precisely because there is insufficient security tied to their actions. We could go down the long list and see how security of each element of formal political processes lacks sufficient controls to ensure that the rights of the people are best protected. And so it is with the vote. We now see in gross and appalling blatancy what is transpiring in the form of uncounted thousands of cases of fraud and/or incompetence. Also note that the practical results of fraud and incompetence are identical, the latter therefore failing to mitigate the nature or degree of the sin.
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    11-05-2020, 06:03 AM
    Reset is the only hope that remains and war is the only reset with any likelihood of happening, and even that is a razor's slice.
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    11-04-2020, 02:00 AM
    Lessee... what's the word... Ah yes: CORRUPTION
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    11-04-2020, 01:33 AM
    One thing everyone has to concede about Trump: he's no candy-ass. Of course, lefties will deny it, mainly out of envy-driven hatred. Oh, and Chris Wallace doesn't rise to scum. I'd sooner kiss a child molester and have Hitler's babies than so much as crap on Wallace.
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    11-04-2020, 01:33 AM
    Who are "they"?
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    11-04-2020, 01:32 AM
    "So much" in this case is an awful lot. The degree to which the mail-in fraud could reach is wildly high. Put NOTHING past Democrats.
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    11-04-2020, 12:39 AM
    West Virginia did its duty. Oh, and screw NH. So much for the Free State... load of crap. If AZ pitches left, I would heavily scrutinize for fraud. Having lived there, I cannot see that state going for The Corpse. Hoping PA does the right thing.
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