U.S. Election - Night of Broken Glass?

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Turnagain wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 7:09 am
Here is a little something for your viewing pleasure, Hunt.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er4KWrP1oRs&feature=emb_logo
Thanks,the following is the predicted and expected malevolence from the US President:
US president announced on Twitter he was firing top cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs
Krebs, from his personal Twitter account, responded: “Honored to serve. We did it right. Defend Today, Secure Tomorrow.” He closed with the phrase “Protect 2020,” which had been his agency’s slogan ahead of the election.


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Dominion voting systems brought to you by George Soros and his Tides Foundation and you agree with Georgie. Sorry, but I don't believe that Georgie has good intentions for me. You can trust and support him and his fellow Jew banksters if you wish.

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Another little something for you, Hunt. Dominion, Scytl, Smartmatic, Microsoft and partisan political and business actors served as advisors to CISA. That's just to give you a little insight to the reliability of Krebs run CISA. Why do you assume that there's no partisan politics in government agencies? That Krebs was just a good ol' boy who got fired for just doing his job?

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US Election: Donald Trump's campaign drops Michigan lawsuit
President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign said on Thursday it was withdrawing its lawsuit disputing vote results in Michigan, in another faltering legal attempt to challenge the November 3 victory of US President-elect Joe Biden.

"This morning we are withdrawing our lawsuit in Michigan as a direct result of achieving the relief we sought: to stop the election in Wayne County from being prematurely certified before residents can be assured that every legal vote has been counted and every illegal vote has not been counted," Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said in a statement.


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Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:36 pm

https://youtu.be/T8LiGZhK-bg
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Analysis: Donald Trump and his team talk about ‘overturning’ the US election results, but the system is designed to prevent just that.
DETROIT (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s strategy for retaining power despite losing the U.S. election is focused increasingly on persuading Republican legislators to intervene on his behalf in battleground states Democrat Joe Biden won, three people familiar with the effort said.
Having so far faced a string of losses in legal cases challenging the Nov. 3 results, Trump’s lawyers are seeking to enlist fellow Republicans who control legislatures in Michigan and Pennsylvania, which went for Trump in 2016 and for Biden in 2020, the sources said.

Michigan’s Republican House Speaker Lee Chatfield has said the person who wins the most votes will win the electoral votes of his state, where Trump trails by more than 150,000 votes.

But Chatfield and Michigan’s Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey will on Friday visit the White House at the president’s request, a source in Michigan said, adding they were going to listen and see what Trump had to say.

In the United States, a candidate becomes president by securing the most “electoral” votes rather than by winning a majority of the national popular vote. Electors, allotted to the 50 states and the District of Columbia largely based on their population, are party loyalists who pledge to support the candidate who won the popular vote in their state.

Typically, a state certifies a slate of electors based on which candidate won the popular vote, as Biden did in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

States have until Dec. 8 to meet a “safe harbor” deadline for resolving election disputes and choosing the electors who will select the president. The electors will convene as a so-called “Electoral College” on Dec. 14 to formally select the next president, who will take office on Jan. 20.

Trump’s lawyers are seeking to take the power of appointing electors away from the governors and secretaries of state and give it to friendly state lawmakers from his party, saying the U.S. Constitution gives legislatures the ultimate authority.

A person familiar with the campaign’s legal strategy said it has become a “more targeted approach towards getting the legislators engaged.”

As things stand, Biden has captured 306 electoral votes nationwide to Trump’s 232, well ahead of the 270 needed for victory. Were the combined 36 electoral votes in Michigan and Pennsylvania to go to Trump, he would trail by 270-268 electoral votes, meaning his campaign would still need to flip at least one more state to retain the White House.

A senior Trump campaign official told Reuters its plan is to cast enough doubt on vote-counting in big, Democratic cities that Republican lawmakers will have little choice but to intercede.

The campaign is betting that many of those lawmakers, who come from districts Trump won, will face a backlash from voters if they refuse to act. The campaign believes the longer they can drag this out, the more they will have an opportunity to persuade lawmakers to intervene, the official said.

A Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll published this week suggested the Trump campaign had succeeded in stirring doubt — however unfounded — about the presidential election. The survey found about half of Republicans think Trump “rightfully won” the election he lost.

UPHILL FIGHT

Trump faces an uphill fight. Officials have said repeatedly there is no evidence of widespread voting irregularities.

Legislators in Michigan and Pennsylvania have sought not to become involved. Several leading Republicans in Michigan privately express dismay at the extent to which Trump has tried to game the election results, believing it will irreversibly tarnish the party’s image in the state for years to come.

Part of the Trump campaign effort involves trying to delay certification, the normally routine process by which election results are finalized, either through recounts or by stalling at the local level, the campaign official said.

That happened on Tuesday in Detroit, Michigan, where Republican members of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers briefly refused to certify the results, citing small discrepancies in the number of votes. The Republicans reversed themselves after hours of heated public comment, only to say in affidavits late on Wednesday that they felt threatened and wanted to rescind the certification.

One of the Republicans, Monica Palmer, said in an affidavit that the election in Wayne County “had serious process flaws which deserve investigation.” She said she voted to approve the results because she thought the state would conduct an audit.

Palmer told Reuters in a text on Thursday that Trump called her after she voted to certify the results. She said “there was no discussion of an affidavit” during the call, but did not say whether the two discussed the certification vote in detail.

Trump’s campaign dropped a federal lawsuit on Thursday challenging the election results in Michigan, citing the Wayne County officials’ affidavits.

But Tracy Wimmer, a spokeswoman for Michigan’s secretary of state, said it was too late for the Republicans to rescind their certification. “Their job is done,” she said.

Asked at a news conference on Thursday about Trump’s outreach to Michigan officials, Biden called it “outrageous” and added it was the latest evidence that Trump is among the “most irresponsible presidents in American history.”

“Most of the Republicans I’ve spoken to, including some governors, think this is debilitating. It sends a horrible message about who we are as a country,” he said.

Trump’s lawyers already have implemented the strategy in a lawsuit seeking to overturn the results of Pennsylvania, where Trump trails by 82,000 votes. In a court filing on Wednesday, his lawyers said they would ask a federal judge to either block the state from certifying the results or to declare that they were “defective” and allow the state’s Republican-led legislature to choose its own slate of electors.

Trump’s effort to enlist state lawmakers emerged after the president turned his legal efforts over to his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, a person familiar with the effort said. Trump, the person said, “didn’t like the results and he put a guy in he knows and trusts, emulates his style.”

Asked at a news conference on Thursday if the campaign’s aim was to block state certifications so Republican lawmakers could pick electors, Giuliani laughed and said the goal was to get around what he called an “outrageous iron curtain of censorship.”

Election officials and experts believe the Trump campaign has little chance of success.

“The results in Michigan and Pennsylvania are not particularly close, and the Trump campaign has come forth with no facts or legal theory that would justify disenfranchising hundreds of thousands of voters or throwing out the election results,” said Rick Hasen, an expert on election law at the University of California, Irvine, School of Law.

“This is a dangerous though almost certainly ineffective attempt to thwart the will of the voters or to delegitimize a Biden presidency based upon false claims of a stolen election,” he said.


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Rudi having a bad dye day. :lol:
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Right, a long-winded quote from left-wing Reuters. Here's a brief clip of a senile fool that supposedly got 80 million votes.
That's just one of Biden's incoherent mumblings from his so-called campaign. There's LOTS more showing that the senile old fool has lost his marbles.

If there's no legitimate investigation of the fraud allegations, Biden's presidency will be delegitimized. Unfortunately the election can't withstand a real investigation. The dummies are between a rock and a hard place.

BTW, you do realize that the raid on Scytl's (Dominion's, Smartech's, Soros' CIA's, whoever) servers in Germany has been confirmed? The question is who now has them. The answer to the question of why Dominion, a Canada based company with headquarters in Toronto with offices in the same building and next door to Soros' Tides Foundation was counting votes from a US election with Scytl, a Spanish company with servers in Frankfurt should be interesting. The MSM may try to coverup that story but too many people already know about it. Do you have any answers to that question, Hunt?

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Georgia secretary of state issues correction, saying certification of its general election results is still under way. Yet the following is posted. :?
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Originally posted on Zero Hedge, here's the investigative trail that apparently leads to the person who wrote the algorithm used to change the vote totals in the US election by Dominion Voting Services.
That also explains why no individual vote tallies are given, only percentages. Then we have DVS backing out of testifying before a PA legislative committee.

Then we have the matter of the computers seized in Germany. Although there seems to be confusion over who owned those servers and who has them, there seems to be little doubt that computers were seized by some agency in Germany. One claim is that they were owned by the CIA and were seized by the US Army. Time will unravel the mess (or not). One thing for sure, the vote discrepancies are NOT going to be resolved by proclamations by CNN and "news" agencies such as AP and Reuters.

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Here's some more on Dominion. www.youtube.com/watch?v=po2QLLgLyLc Looks as though Rebel News has uncovered a whole nest of little libturd rats in Toronto. All hiding comfortably under the cozy wing of George Soros.

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