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T

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> Chuckle!


If you are wondering what the joke is about,
His Non Compos Mentis called out for a dead
congresswoman that he'd sent a condolence
letter to and had called her brother with
his condolences in August.

What? No 25th amendment ????

hub...@ccanoemail.com

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It's gotta really gall the Conspiracy Nutter Trumpets
that even a doddering old Sleepy Joe can whip the
Orange Clown in a fair election ...
John T.

T

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Oct 3, 2022, 7:29:15 AMOct 3
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You really think he won fair and square?

We did top a worlds record in the number of
140 years olds that voted though. And the
number of precincts that had a 100% turnout.
A few even greater! And we proved a bunch
of statistically impossibility percentages
voting for the same person were wrong as well!!
The "doddering" fraud broke all kinds of
records!!!

Make sure you keep His Fraudulency alive before
2024 and you pick a better VP candidate.
Geez, you guys and your assassination insurance
VP picks.

Frank

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Oct 3, 2022, 8:11:15 AMOct 3
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There are those like our traitor here that would cut off their nose to
spite their face. They do not care about rampant inflation, crime and
wide open borders.

There are serious questions about the voting in the last election and
dems want to continue with all the potential for fraud set up because of
the pandemic.

trader_4

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Oct 3, 2022, 10:45:42 AMOct 3
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On Monday, October 3, 2022 at 7:29:15 AM UTC-4, T wrote:
> On 10/3/22 03:50, hub...@ccanoemail.com wrote:
> > On Mon, 3 Oct 2022 02:59:32 -0700, T <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
> >
> >> On 10/3/22 00:00, T wrote:
> >>>
> >>> Chuckle!
> >>
> >> If you are wondering what the joke is about,
> >> His Non Compos Mentis called out for a dead
> >> congresswoman that he'd sent a condolence
> >> letter to and had called her brother with
> >> his condolences in August.
> >>
> >
> > It's gotta really gall the Conspiracy Nutter Trumpets
> > that even a doddering old Sleepy Joe can whip the
> > Orange Clown in a fair election ...
> > John T.
> >
> You really think he won fair and square?

That's what the best evidence shows. And despite having almost two years
now to find evidence of widespread fraud that changed the results, team Trump
has failed to produce anything more that stupid, bogus claims, like the one you
make here next. There were 64 court cases brought by team Trump after the election,
63 of them were either withdrawn or lost, most being laughed out of court. The minor
victory did not change the outcome, Biden still won.

https://www.voanews.com/a/2020-usa-votes_trump-appointed-judges-balk-presidents-efforts-overturn-election/6199079.html

Federal judge Stephanos Bibas pulled no punches when he issued a scathing opinion last Saturday rejecting the Trump campaign’s latest attempt to overturn the outcome of the November 3 presidential election.

“Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” Bibas wrote in a 21-page ruling dismissing a lawsuit that sought to stop the certification of Pennsylvania's voting results. “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.”

But Bibas, 51, is not just another judge on another court. He is a Trump appointee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, with jurisdiction over Pennsylvania and two other states. A former member of the conservative Federalist Society, Bibas was appointed in 2017, one of 53 appellate judges the president has put on the federal bench since he took office, more than any other president since Jimmy Carter.

Bibas is not the only Republican-appointed federal judge to dismiss Trump’s claims of rampant voting fraud and tabulation irregularities. Steven Grimberg of the Northern District of Georgia and several other Republican-appointed judges, have ruled against the president.



>
> We did top a worlds record in the number of
> 140 years olds that voted though. And the
> number of precincts that had a 100% turnout.
> A few even greater! And we proved a bunch
> of statistically impossibility percentages
> voting for the same person were wrong as well!!
> The "doddering" fraud broke all kinds of
> records!!!

There you go again with the fairy tale lies. What broke a record was a US
president being a malignant narcissist sore loser, refusing to accept that he
had lost and trying to stage a coup.

> Make sure you keep His Fraudulency alive before
> 2024 and you pick a better VP candidate.
> Geez, you guys and your assassination insurance
> VP picks.

I suppose you'll want to run Trump again, despite the fact that he's about to
be indicted for stealing government records, including ones at the highest
classification levels and mishandling them. That's a classic after Trump went
around excoriating Hillary for what she did with her email server and some very
limited classified information in them. The only logical conclusion from what we've
seen Trump do with this is that at the very least, he's clearly mental and unfit to
make the reasoned, well thought out judgments required of a president. But I'm
sure you'll see it differently, just another shooting on Fifth Ave.

trader_4

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Oct 3, 2022, 10:52:53 AMOct 3
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On Monday, October 3, 2022 at 8:11:15 AM UTC-4, Frank wrote:
> On 10/3/2022 6:50 AM, hub...@ccanoemail.com wrote:
> > On Mon, 3 Oct 2022 02:59:32 -0700, T <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
> >
> >> On 10/3/22 00:00, T wrote:
> >>>
> >>> Chuckle!
> >>
> >> If you are wondering what the joke is about,
> >> His Non Compos Mentis called out for a dead
> >> congresswoman that he'd sent a condolence
> >> letter to and had called her brother with
> >> his condolences in August.
> >>
> >
> > It's gotta really gall the Conspiracy Nutter Trumpets
> > that even a doddering old Sleepy Joe can whip the
> > Orange Clown in a fair election ...
> > John T.
> >
> There are those like our traitor here that would cut off their nose to
> spite their face. They do not care about rampant inflation, crime and
> wide open borders.

Wrong, I care about all those things. It's just that a president attempting to
subvert democracy is far worse. And all those things are on people like you,
that insisted Trump was the chosen one, when there were 16 GOP primary candidates
that were honest, decent and electable. I predicted Trump would end in disaster
and it has. What no one could predict was that instead of ditching the malignant
narcissist that staged an insurrection, the GOP wants more and the whole party
is now filled with scum like Trump.

>
> There are serious questions about the voting in the last election and
> dems want to continue with all the potential for fraud set up because of
> the pandemic.

The questions were settled to any reasonable person's satisfaction in the weeks
after the election. Team Trump brought 64 court cases, they either lost or withdrew 63.
The one minor victory did not change the outcome. Most of those cases were laughed
out of court and the lawyers have been disbarred or are facing sanctions.

Federal judge Stephanos Bibas pulled no punches when he issued a scathing opinion last Saturday rejecting the Trump campaign’s latest attempt to overturn the outcome of the November 3 presidential election.

“Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” Bibas wrote in a 21-page ruling dismissing a lawsuit that sought to stop the certification of Pennsylvania's voting results. “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.”

This was among the latest repudiations of President Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that the election he lost to former Vice President Joe Biden was rigged and that millions of votes were illegally cast or discounted.


But Bibas, 51, is not just another judge on another court. He is a Trump appointee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, with jurisdiction over Pennsylvania and two other states. A former member of the conservative Federalist Society, Bibas was appointed in 2017, one of 53 appellate judges the president has put on the federal bench since he took office, more than any other president since Jimmy Carter.
Bibas is not the only Republican-appointed federal judge to dismiss Trump’s claims of rampant voting fraud and tabulation irregularities. Steven Grimberg of the Northern District of Georgia and several other Republican-appointed judges, have ruled against the president.

We still have the Dominion lawsuits to look forward to next year, Rudy, Pillowhead,
Powell should be watching what's been happening to Alex Jones and trembling in fear.
Thank you for another teaching moment.

zall

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Oct 3, 2022, 5:07:34 PMOct 3
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On Mon, 03 Oct 2022 22:29:05 +1100, T <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:

> On 10/3/22 03:50, hub...@ccanoemail.com wrote:
>> On Mon, 3 Oct 2022 02:59:32 -0700, T <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
>>
>>> On 10/3/22 00:00, T wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Chuckle!
>>>
>>> If you are wondering what the joke is about,
>>> His Non Compos Mentis called out for a dead
>>> congresswoman that he'd sent a condolence
>>> letter to and had called her brother with
>>> his condolences in August.
>>>
>> It's gotta really gall the Conspiracy Nutter Trumpets
>> that even a doddering old Sleepy Joe can whip the
>> Orange Clown in a fair election ...
>> John T.
>>
>
> You really think he won fair and square?

I know he did and you lot haven't been able to
convince even a single judge, even one of the
ones he appointed, that he didn't.

> We did top a worlds record in the number of
> 140 years olds that voted though.

That wouldn't have affected the result given that
Biden won by millions.

> And the
> number of precincts that had a 100% turnout.
> A few even greater!

Like hell they did.

> And we proved a bunch
> of statistically impossibility percentages
> voting for the same person were wrong as well!!
> The "doddering" fraud broke all kinds of
> records!!!

Another lie.

> Make sure you keep His Fraudulency alive before
> 2024 and you pick a better VP candidate.

Clearly wasn't necessary.

> Geez, you guys and your assassination insurance
> VP picks.

Those who bothered to vote clearly didnt care.

Peeler

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Oct 3, 2022, 5:23:48 PMOct 3
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On Tue, 04 Oct 2022 08:07:23 +1100, zall, better known as cantankerous
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Pthirus Pubis

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Oct 4, 2022, 10:28:40 AMOct 4
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I don't know why any freedom-lover would want to give up the Constitution and submit to censorship by goggle, fecesbook, twatter, etc. They like to be censored?

Or why would they submit to injections of unknown untested ingredients? Ask a libtard to see the MSDS data on the slab jabs, their head will explode. Even junk food has an ingredient label.



Pthirus Pubis

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Oct 4, 2022, 10:44:51 AMOct 4
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There were many vectors into the stolen 2020.

We could settle all this if we had a complete hardware/firmware/software audit of the Dominion voting machines, required citizenship, active state & federal taxpayer status, photo IDs and voting in-person only.

Frank

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Oct 4, 2022, 2:21:16 PMOct 4
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You have it correct and do not forget all the mail in voting which was
suspect. There were laws where votes that mail in votes that came in
after the polls closed would not be counted but these were flaunted in
places. They tried to pass one here but it was not allowed but I
believe they got away with it in PA.

hub...@ccanoemail.com

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Oct 4, 2022, 2:37:38 PMOct 4
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>
>You have it correct and do not forget all the mail in voting which was
>suspect. There were laws where votes that mail in votes that came in
>after the polls closed would not be counted but these were flaunted in
>places. They tried to pass one here but it was not allowed but I
>believe they got away with it in PA.
>

If what you're saying has any merit - it would seem to make
a strong legal case for election fraud.
... wonder why the repubs didn't win THAT case , at least ?
Perhaps another case of Frank's Facts .. ? :-)
John T.

Scott Lurndal

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Oct 4, 2022, 2:49:11 PMOct 4
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hub...@ccanoemail.com writes:
>
>>
>>You have it correct and do not forget all the mail in voting which was
>>suspect. There were laws where votes that mail in votes that came in
>>after the polls closed would not be counted but these were flaunted in
>>places. They tried to pass one here but it was not allowed but I
>>believe they got away with it in PA.
>>
>
> If what you're saying has any merit - it would seem to make
> a strong legal case for election fraud.

All the courts at the time disagreed, several with trump appointed judges.

So, Frank again writes meritlessly.

And since DeJoy screwed up the postal service prior to the
election, and ballots need to be "postmarked" not "received"
by election day, the ballots by definition must be counted
when they're recieved. Most states allow 7 to 10 days after
election day to count received properly postmarked ballots.

Not doing so would disenfranchise people who voted legally.

T

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Oct 4, 2022, 8:17:21 PMOct 4
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I was listening not a guy who does legal
paperwork (marriages, wills, etc.) for illegals
from Mexico. Guess what they show for ID?
Their Mexican Photo Voter Registration Card.

Hmmmmm. Maybe Mexico knows something we don't????


Oh! oh! And I was helping a guy fill out his
Mexican Permanent Residency forms for his
second house in Mexico. The Mexicans make you
show them your bank statements to make sure
they don't let any "deadbeats" in (consulate's words).


DOUBLE HMMMMMM!!!!!!

You know we could learn a lot from Mexico. Adopt
their immagration laws and problem solved!

T

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Oct 4, 2022, 8:20:10 PMOct 4
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And their have been and will continue. Your side has
been throwing millions of dollars in lawyers at it to
delay and obfuscate the issue. And American
Pravda will continue to provide you with narratives
and cover.

Oh and Guess what, by doing so, your side has admitted
they know they did it. If not, your side would be
at the forefront of the audits to PROVE what and IDIOT
Trump was.

By the way. My vote was not counted. I logged into
the the secretary of state's office and guess what???
And I was not the only one. I put my life on the
line to protect that right and your ass holes stole
it from us.

zall

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Oct 4, 2022, 8:27:03 PMOct 4
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Flouted, not flaunted.

Jim Joyce

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Oct 4, 2022, 9:18:11 PMOct 4
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On Tue, 04 Oct 2022 18:49:03 GMT, sc...@slp53.sl.home (Scott Lurndal)
wrote:
Maybe we should just skip the theatrics and say the quiet part out loud.

Republican leaders would like us all to agree that elections where
Republicans win are valid, while elections where Democrats win are
fraudulent. It's as simple as that.

They won't be happy until they drag the country to that place.

Pthirus Pubis

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Oct 4, 2022, 10:34:09 PMOct 4
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On 10/4/2022 9:18:05 PM, Jim Joyce wrote:
>
> Republican leaders would like us all to agree that elections where
> Republicans win are valid, while elections where Democrats win are
> fraudulent. It's as simple as that.
>

And you think the taxpayers voted for Bidenflation, mask and vaccine mandates? Americans love myocarditis?

T

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Oct 4, 2022, 11:44:16 PMOct 4
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On 10/4/22 18:18, Jim Joyce wrote:

> Republican leaders would like us all to agree that elections where
> Republicans win are valid, while elections where Democrats win are
> fraudulent. It's as simple as that.

Oh you mean like this?

https://twitter.com/i/status/1561383265143083008




Peeler

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Frank

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Oct 5, 2022, 7:43:10 AMOct 5
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Guess I could blame spell check but you are correct.



T

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The inventor to the spell check died.

Restaurant in peace


trader_4

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Oct 6, 2022, 7:29:12 AMOct 6
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All litigated both before and after the election. In the cases before the election
team Trump won a few cases affecting the rules, so those rules were followed.
In the cases after the election, team Trump brought 64 and 63 were either
withdrawn or lost, many of them decided by Republican judges, even ones
appointed by Trump, like the one below. One case they won, it didn't change
the outcome in that state. The problem here is that Trump is a malignant narcissist
sore loser who won't accept the rule of law and just keeps lying and sadly there are
a lot of Trump cultists that keep believing.

https://www.voanews.com/a/2020-usa-votes_trump-appointed-judges-balk-presidents-efforts-overturn-election/6199079.html

Federal judge Stephanos Bibas pulled no punches when he issued a scathing opinion last Saturday rejecting the Trump campaign’s latest attempt to overturn the outcome of the November 3 presidential election.

“Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” Bibas wrote in a 21-page ruling dismissing a lawsuit that sought to stop the certification of Pennsylvania's voting results. “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.”

But Bibas, 51, is not just another judge on another court. He is a Trump appointee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, with jurisdiction over Pennsylvania and two other states. A former member of the conservative Federalist Society, Bibas was appointed in 2017, one of 53 appellate judges the president has put on the federal bench since he took office, more than any other president since Jimmy Carter.

Bibas is not the only Republican-appointed federal judge to dismiss Trump’s claims of rampant voting fraud and tabulation irregularities. Steven Grimberg of the Northern District of Georgia and several other Republican-appointed judges, have ruled against the president.


trader_4

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Oct 6, 2022, 7:37:38 AMOct 6
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On Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 8:20:10 PM UTC-4, T wrote:
> On 10/4/22 11:37, hub...@ccanoemail.com wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> You have it correct and do not forget all the mail in voting which was
> >> suspect. There were laws where votes that mail in votes that came in
> >> after the polls closed would not be counted but these were flaunted in
> >> places. They tried to pass one here but it was not allowed but I
> >> believe they got away with it in PA.
> >>
> >
> > If what you're saying has any merit - it would seem to make
> > a strong legal case for election fraud.
> > ... wonder why the repubs didn't win THAT case , at least ?
> > Perhaps another case of Frank's Facts .. ? :-)
> > John T.
> And their have been and will continue. Your side has
> been throwing millions of dollars in lawyers at it to
> delay and obfuscate the issue.

What a lie. There have been 64 cases brought after the election, team Trump lost
or withdrew 63. The one minor case they won did not affect the outcome in that
state. Trump raised a hundred million to pay for legal challenged, he spent very
little, instead he's hording it. The fine print at the time said that he could use it for
whatever he pleased, it didn't have to be spent for legal work related to the election.
In other words, Trumptards were grifted again.



And American
> Pravda will continue to provide you with narratives
> and cover.

You mean by reporting the facts, the truth, ike this?

https://www.voanews.com/a/2020-usa-votes_trump-appointed-judges-balk-presidents-efforts-overturn-election/6199079.html

Federal judge Stephanos Bibas pulled no punches when he issued a scathing opinion last Saturday rejecting the Trump campaign’s latest attempt to overturn the outcome of the November 3 presidential election.

“Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” Bibas wrote in a 21-page ruling dismissing a lawsuit that sought to stop the certification of Pennsylvania's voting results. “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.”

But Bibas, 51, is not just another judge on another court. He is a Trump appointee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, with jurisdiction over Pennsylvania and two other states. A former member of the conservative Federalist Society, Bibas was appointed in 2017, one of 53 appellate judges the president has put on the federal bench since he took office, more than any other president since Jimmy Carter.

Bibas is not the only Republican-appointed federal judge to dismiss Trump’s claims of rampant voting fraud and tabulation irregularities. Steven Grimberg of the Northern District of Georgia and several other Republican-appointed judges, have ruled against the president.


>
> Oh and Guess what, by doing so, your side has admitted
> they know they did it. If not, your side would be
> at the forefront of the audits to PROVE what and IDIOT
> Trump was.

There have been recounts and audits in the states that were close.
It's just that Trumptards won't accept the results and instead mindlessly
follow the lying shyster cult leader.


>
> By the way. My vote was not counted. I logged into
> the the secretary of state's office and guess what???
> And I was not the only one. I put my life on the
> line to protect that right and your ass holes stole
> it from us.


Right. And Cindy here has asked you since right after the election a very
simple question. What did your local election officials say when you went
there and asked them about what you claim? You finally answered that
and admitted that you didn't even question it. So much for your honesty
and patriotism.

trader_4

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Oct 6, 2022, 7:51:59 AMOct 6
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That about sums it up. We can thank Trump for achieving that. Another
major change in the GOP he's achieved by taking the party into the gutter is
apparent too. Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
To get the nomination today the only requirement is to kiss Trump's ass and
win his endorsement. There are no other requirements, no vetting. So the party
has what McConnell has rightly pointed out, a candidate quality problem.
Walker has one bombshell after another going off, paying for an abortion,
having kids with four different women, abandoning them all, lying about
having a big chicken business, holding a gun to the head of his former wife,
the family having to move 6 times to keep away from him. Walker has an
excuse for some of it, he claims he has mental problems that amount to
multiple personality disorder. Prior to Trump a candidate like that would
have been vetted and not have been backed by the GOP and if somehow
they were, when the truth came out, they would have abandoned them.
In the new gutter GOP, it's all OK, they just lie and deny like their leader
and none of it is supposed to matter.

Cindy Hamilton

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Oct 6, 2022, 8:05:51 AMOct 6
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On 2022-10-06, trader_4 <tra...@optonline.net> wrote:
> That about sums it up. We can thank Trump for achieving that. Another
> major change in the GOP he's achieved by taking the party into the gutter is
> apparent too. Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
> To get the nomination today the only requirement is to kiss Trump's ass and
> win his endorsement. There are no other requirements, no vetting. So the party
> has what McConnell has rightly pointed out, a candidate quality problem.
> Walker has one bombshell after another going off, paying for an abortion,
> having kids with four different women, abandoning them all, lying about
> having a big chicken business, holding a gun to the head of his former wife,
> the family having to move 6 times to keep away from him. Walker has an
> excuse for some of it, he claims he has mental problems that amount to
> multiple personality disorder. Prior to Trump a candidate like that would
> have been vetted and not have been backed by the GOP and if somehow
> they were, when the truth came out, they would have abandoned them.
> In the new gutter GOP, it's all OK, they just lie and deny like their leader
> and none of it is supposed to matter.

In Democratic news, a candidate who primaried unopposed for a state House
seat in Michigan was revealed to have allegedly threatened to shoot up a
school, used compromising pictures to pressure a young woman, and
assaulted a police office. Prominent state Democrats cut ties with him
and he ended up withdrawing from the election.
https://www.freep.com/story/news/politics/elections/2022/10/05/democrat-maurice-imhoff-michigan-house/69541971007/

--
Cindy Hamilton

Ed Pawlowski

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Oct 6, 2022, 9:42:05 AMOct 6
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On 10/6/2022 7:51 AM, trader_4 wrote:


> Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
> he claims he has mental problems that amount to
> multiple personality disorder.

Look at the typical Congress person. That may actually be a benefit
compared to the rest of them.

micky

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Oct 6, 2022, 12:07:06 PMOct 6
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In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 6 Oct 2022 09:41:58 -0400, Ed Pawlowski
<e...@snet.xxx> wrote:

>On 10/6/2022 7:51 AM, trader_4 wrote:
>
>
>> Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
>> he claims he has mental problems that amount to
>> multiple personality disorder.

Some of the voters in Georgia say they forgive him. I forgive him
too**, but that doesn't mean he should be a senator.

**Of course he didn't hurt me at all, but even if I lived in Georgia I'd
probably forgive him. Even if I was someone he wronged, I *might*
forgive him, but that does't make him a decent senator.

Bob F

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Oct 6, 2022, 1:15:46 PMOct 6
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On 10/6/2022 9:06 AM, micky wrote:
> In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 6 Oct 2022 09:41:58 -0400, Ed Pawlowski
> <e...@snet.xxx> wrote:
>
>> On 10/6/2022 7:51 AM, trader_4 wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
>>> he claims he has mental problems that amount to
>>> multiple personality disorder.
>
> Some of the voters in Georgia say they forgive him. I forgive him
> too**, but that doesn't mean he should be a senator.

He paid for an abortion, so what? That was perfectly legal and
supportive. They continued dating, and she is the mother of his son.

But why would anyone vote for someone that lies about just about everything?

Frank

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Oct 6, 2022, 2:24:43 PMOct 6
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Democrat lies are legend, e.g. the Kavanaugh hearings. Of course none
of them are lying about their Republican competitors running for office.

micky

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Oct 6, 2022, 3:27:51 PMOct 6
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In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 6 Oct 2022 10:15:32 -0700, Bob F
<bobn...@gmail.com> wrote:

>On 10/6/2022 9:06 AM, micky wrote:
>> In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 6 Oct 2022 09:41:58 -0400, Ed Pawlowski
>> <e...@snet.xxx> wrote:
>>
>>> On 10/6/2022 7:51 AM, trader_4 wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
>>>> he claims he has mental problems that amount to
>>>> multiple personality disorder.
>>
>> Some of the voters in Georgia say they forgive him. I forgive him
>> too**, but that doesn't mean he should be a senator.
>
>He paid for an abortion, so what? That was perfectly legal and
>supportive. They continued dating, and she is the mother of his son.
>
>But why would anyone vote for someone that lies about just about everything?

Didn't our greatest president lie about everything. Trump,
liar-in-chief.

I forgive Walker for holding a knife to his wife's throat. Well, maybe.
I'd never leave him alone with any woman, or man, and I don't want to be
alone with him either. I can be annoying and I don't know what he would
do.

Ed Pawlowski

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On 10/6/2022 1:15 PM, Bob F wrote:
> On 10/6/2022 9:06 AM, micky wrote:
>> In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 6 Oct 2022 09:41:58 -0400, Ed Pawlowski
>> <e...@snet.xxx> wrote:
>>
>>> On 10/6/2022 7:51 AM, trader_4 wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>   Look at what's happening with Hershel Walker in Georgia.
>>>>   he claims he has mental problems that amount to
>>>> multiple personality disorder.
>>
>> Some of the voters in Georgia say they forgive him.  I forgive him
>> too**, but that doesn't mean he should be a senator.
>
> He paid for an abortion, so what? That was perfectly legal and
> supportive. They continued dating, and she is the mother of his son.
>
> But why would anyone vote for someone that lies about just about
> everything?
>

Agree on the "so what" but he says he is a strong anti-abortionist.
Shows his lack of moral and ethical character. Hmmm, a perfect fit in
the Senate.

micky

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Oct 9, 2022, 2:55:40 AMOct 9
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In alt.home.repair, on Thu, 6 Oct 2022 04:37:35 -0700 (PDT), trader_4
<tra...@optonline.net> wrote:

>On Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 8:20:10 PM UTC-4, T wrote:
>> On 10/4/22 11:37, hub...@ccanoemail.com wrote:
>> >
>> >>
>> >> You have it correct and do not forget all the mail in voting which was
>> >> suspect. There were laws where votes that mail in votes that came in
>> >> after the polls closed would not be counted but these were flaunted in
>> >> places. They tried to pass one here but it was not allowed but I
>> >> believe they got away with it in PA.
>> >>
>> >
>> > If what you're saying has any merit - it would seem to make
>> > a strong legal case for election fraud.
>> > ... wonder why the repubs didn't win THAT case , at least ?
>> > Perhaps another case of Frank's Facts .. ? :-)
>> > John T.
>> And their have been and will continue. Your side has
>> been throwing millions of dollars in lawyers at it to
>> delay and obfuscate the issue.
>
>What a lie. There have been 64 cases brought after the election, team Trump lost
>or withdrew 63. The one minor case they won did not affect the outcome in that
>state.

It only gave trump 300 or 400 votes iirc, and it didn't have anything to
do with voter fraud. It was a question about what was
permitted/required for curing incompletely filled-out absentee ballots.
The law there provided that if a mail-in ballot wasn't fully filled out,
the voter was allowed to complete it after the BOElections received it,
but there was a question about maybe the deadline date or what fields.
IIRC, the most commmon field was the signature, but I'm not sure. At
any rate, it didn't involve voter fraud.

So none of the cases showed voter fraud.

I think it's a mistake that so many people hoping to spread the truth
say "no cases of widespread voter fraud." Which makes it seem like
there was moderate amounts, maybe covering 40 or 50% of the state
instead of 70%. In reality it was under 1%, just like always (for the
last 50 years at least.)

> Trump raised a hundred million to pay for legal challenged, he spent very
>little, instead he's hording it. The fine print at the time said that he could use it for
>whatever he pleased, it didn't have to be spent for legal work related to the election.
>In other words, Trumptards were grifted again.

And they are learning. Money raised for the Arizona audit wasn't spent
on that either. Someone paid for it, whatever Arizona didn't pay, and
the money raised is going to ... I forget.
>
>
> And American
>> Pravda will continue to provide you with narratives
>> and cover.
>
>You mean by reporting the facts, the truth, ike this?
>
>https://www.voanews.com/a/2020-usa-votes_trump-appointed-judges-balk-presidents-efforts-overturn-election/6199079.html
>
>Federal judge Stephanos Bibas pulled no punches when he issued a scathing opinion last Saturday rejecting the Trump campaign’s latest attempt to overturn the outcome of the November 3 presidential election.
>
>“Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” Bibas wrote in a 21-page ruling dismissing a lawsuit that sought to stop the certification of Pennsylvania's voting results. “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.”
>
>But Bibas, 51, is not just another judge on another court. He is a Trump appointee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, with jurisdiction over Pennsylvania and two other states. A former member of the conservative Federalist Society, Bibas was appointed in 2017, one of 53 appellate judges the president has put on the federal bench since he took office, more than any other president since Jimmy Carter.

Partly because McConnell held up hearings on judges under Obama, not
just Merrick Garland, leaving more vacancies than usual. McConnell is
an anti-American piece of crap.

T

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Oct 9, 2022, 4:08:34 AMOct 9
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On 10/8/22 23:55, micky wrote:
> It only gave trump 300 or 400 votes iirc, and it didn't have anything to
> do with voter fraud. It was a question about what was
> permitted/required for curing incompletely filled-out absentee ballots.
> The law there provided that if a mail-in ballot wasn't fully filled out,
> the voter was allowed to complete it after the BOElections received it,
> but there was a question about maybe the deadline date or what fields.
> IIRC, the most commmon field was the signature, but I'm not sure. At
> any rate, it didn't involve voter fraud.
>
> So none of the cases showed voter fraud.
>
> I think it's a mistake that so many people hoping to spread the truth
> say "no cases of widespread voter fraud." Which makes it seem like
> there was moderate amounts, maybe covering 40 or 50% of the state
> instead of 70%. In reality it was under 1%, just like always (for the
> last 50 years at least.)


Hi Micky,

You did a good job of parroting the narrative.

https://www.newsmax.com/michaeldorstewitz/vote-fraud-baseless-merit-scotus/2021/01/02/id/1003982/

https://node-3.2000mules.com

https://steadfastclash.com/the-latest/numerous-dead-people-older-than-oldest-living-person-voted-in-michigan-one-born-in-1850/

I am sure you have a precanned narrative for those too.
There are more, but why bother with someone who believes
that narratives are the truth.

Do you have a narrative for 1876's election too?

> And Cindy here has asked you since right after the election a very
> simple question. What did your local election officials say when you went
> there and asked them about what you claim?

Other did. Sec State office claimed ignorance. When
I heard their story, I did not bother. The fix was in.
And I told Cindy this several times too. Guess
you missed that part. Maybe you like reading my stuff
so much, you like me to repeat myself

You know, I will eventually vote Democrat -- several
times every election -- after I die.

I suppose you have a narrative for that comment too.

-T

trader_4

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Oct 10, 2022, 10:49:01 AMOct 10
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I've never seen a politician that told anywhere near the lies that Trump told.
Nor any where the consequences of those lies were so damaging to the very
fabric of our democracy, ending in an insurrection. And he's still doing it.
Yet we not only haven't heard a peep from you about that, but instead you're
here most days still defending him.

Frank

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Oct 10, 2022, 10:51:37 AMOct 10
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I have said that Trump who lives in your head and possesses all your
thoughts makes you put his name on everything you post.

trader_4

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Oct 10, 2022, 11:30:29 AMOct 10
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On Sunday, October 9, 2022 at 4:08:34 AM UTC-4, T wrote:
> On 10/8/22 23:55, micky wrote:
> > It only gave trump 300 or 400 votes iirc, and it didn't have anything to
> > do with voter fraud. It was a question about what was
> > permitted/required for curing incompletely filled-out absentee ballots.
> > The law there provided that if a mail-in ballot wasn't fully filled out,
> > the voter was allowed to complete it after the BOElections received it,
> > but there was a question about maybe the deadline date or what fields.
> > IIRC, the most commmon field was the signature, but I'm not sure. At
> > any rate, it didn't involve voter fraud.
> >
> > So none of the cases showed voter fraud.
> >
> > I think it's a mistake that so many people hoping to spread the truth
> > say "no cases of widespread voter fraud." Which makes it seem like
> > there was moderate amounts, maybe covering 40 or 50% of the state
> > instead of 70%. In reality it was under 1%, just like always (for the
> > last 50 years at least.)
> Hi Micky,
>
> You did a good job of parroting the narrative.

You did a good job at submitting opinion as if it were fact.
>
> https://www.newsmax.com/michaeldorstewitz/vote-fraud-baseless-merit-scotus/2021/01/02/id/1003982/

This is the crazy right wing news organization that is fully invested in the stolen election
lie citing a top Trump stolen election attorney's statement to Congress. There is nothing
there, no data to look at, nothing about how they did whatever analysis they claimed to have
done. We've seen this before from team Trump, just compare to lists, make giant assumptions
that people with the same name are in fact the same person, etc. That's why when this BS
gets to court, Trump loses almost every time. They brought cases based on their evidence or
actually lack thereof 64 times after the election, losing or withdrawing 63 cases. That's because
unlike testifying before a Republican committee in Congress, courts demand actual proof.
As for the this Trump lawyer and his ethics and credibility, we have this:

https://www.thedailybeast.com/top-trump-lawyer-jesse-binnall-is-a-longtime-tax-deadbeat
According to IRS records, Binnall owes the U.S. government for unpaid taxes dating back to 2010. The IRS filed a $139,242 lien against Binnall almost four years ago—in August 2018— and it covers unpaid amounts every tax year from 2010 to 2015. Records on file with the City of Alexandria, VA, show that, as of May 5, Binnall has not paid off the lien.


>
> https://node-3.2000mules.com

The central fallacy here is that because someone's cell phone was near a
drop off box, that means that they were dropping off ballots. These boxes
were at busy locations so they would be easy to access like municipal buildings,
libraries, near streets, etc. Could be a FedEx guy passing by or a car driving by
a box near a street. For starters, they didn't provide any comparison data, like
for the same locations, but in the months before voting started, to show what
kind of hits that would have resulted in. That's a very obvious comparison that
a legitimate truth seeker would have made.

>
> https://steadfastclash.com/the-latest/numerous-dead-people-older-than-oldest-living-person-voted-in-michigan-one-born-in-1850/

Wow, you have a whopping seven people there. That sure would have changed the
election. If this is the standard, then any president could have been a scum bag
malignant narcissist sore loser and claimed his election loss was stolen. And notice
that again, there was no attempt to track this down, to go to the address, see who
lives there and try to get answers and find out what really happened. It's based on
comparing records, who knows which one is actually correct.

And what exactly was the country supposed to do with all this? We had an election,
Biden won by a wide margin. We still don't have anything that shows any widespread
fraud that could have changed that. What is it that the Republicans propose? Because
of some possible small level of irregularities that we know will exist in an election with
150 mil voters, that we just ignore the election and let the current president remain?
Let them remain for months while we battle out what to do, which will never be
resolved? We have laws that cover this, they were followed. Trump had months to
challenge this, to show actual evidence instead of just BS statements and lies. He
brought 64 cases, lost or withdrew 63, including cases like this before Republican
judges that he appointed:

https://www.voanews.com/a/2020-usa-votes_trump-appointed-judges-balk-presidents-efforts-overturn-election/6199079.html

Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so,” Bibas wrote in a 21-page ruling dismissing a lawsuit that sought to stop the certification of Pennsylvania's voting results. “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.”

This was among the latest repudiations of President Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that the election he lost to former Vice President Joe Biden was rigged and that millions of votes were illegally cast or discounted.

But Bibas, 51, is not just another judge on another court. He is a Trump appointee on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, with jurisdiction over Pennsylvania and two other states. A former member of the conservative Federalist Society, Bibas was appointed in 2017, one of 53 appellate judges the president has put on the federal bench since he took office, more than any other president since Jimmy Carter.

Bibas is not the only Republican-appointed federal judge to dismiss Trump’s claims of rampant voting fraud and tabulation irregularities. Steven Grimberg of the Northern District of Georgia and several other Republican-appointed judges, have ruled against the president.


That's were the issue is settled, not by the flapping gums of a Trumptard lawyer.



>
> I am sure you have a precanned narrative for those too.
> There are more, but why bother with someone who believes
> that narratives are the truth.
>
> Do you have a narrative for 1876's election too?
> > And Cindy here has asked you since right after the election a very
> > simple question. What did your local election officials say when you went
> > there and asked them about what you claim?
> Other did. Sec State office claimed ignorance. When
> I heard their story, I did not bother. The fix was in.
> And I told Cindy this several times too. Guess
> you missed that part. Maybe you like reading my stuff
> so much, you like me to repeat myself

Sure, I believe that. A great patriot like you, upon seeing something, somewhere
that lead you to believe that your vote was not counted, didn't go to your local
election officials and inquire. Instead you sat on your ass and relied on others
telling you things. If that part is even true, I'm sure the others were some anonymous
Trumptards on the internet.

You already do a good job repeating yourself here. I just like to point this
classic example out, because it shows that while bitching about election fraud,
when you claim to have personally found out that your vote was not
counted, you never even inquired with the local election officials to
find out if that was true or not, what happened, etc. You have REPUBLICAN
local election officials, instead of going to them, you instead go to the
internet and start spreading Trumptard BS. Why would someone that wants
to help Trump, that claims fraud, not go report and find out about their own
alleged fraud? If it was true, you could add it to one of Trump's cases,
help him prove fraud. You could take it to the media, maybe you;d get on TV
to tell your example. You didn't go to your election officials either
because it's a lie or you figured that they would clear it up and the result
would be that your vote was in fact counted. If this really happened to me,
I would have been over to the local election officials immediately because
I would want it corrected and exposed, fixed so it can't happen again.




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