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Election Fraud, Political Corruption, and its Consequences

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Posted By: Paperpuncher, 12/6/2020 6:30:43 AM

Like Scott S. Powell, I think this presidential election was marked by very obvious fraud. Common sense, longstanding predictable voting behavior patterns in many specific jurisdictions, big data statistical pattern analysis and forensic analysis of Dominion Voting Systems machines and software, and polling place wrongdoings in the contested states don’t just reveal garden variety voting irregularities, but rather overwhelming massive voter and polling place fraud.

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The shear volume of fraud committed is overwhelming. There had to be coordination nationwide to pull this off. Regardless of the outcome serious changes need to be made so this can not ever happen again. Thank you Clarice

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Bur Oak 12/6/2020 7:25:33 AM (No. 624447)
The country over the years has made great strides is cleaning up air pollution. However, there is a terrible stench of death in the air.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Nimby 12/6/2020 7:40:54 AM (No. 624453)
Democrats are the most immoral, self serving people
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Reply 3 - Posted by: altoona 12/6/2020 8:03:36 AM (No. 624462)
No, Clarice, it will not be difficult for Biden to fire special counsel Durham. In fact, it will be lauded by the media as a necessary move to clear away the remnants of the horrid Trump administration. There are no happy endings or consolation prizes if Trump is not inaugurated.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: lakerman1 12/6/2020 8:31:44 AM (No. 624476)
This column does not represent the usual quality of Clarice's work.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Skinnydip 12/6/2020 8:52:48 AM (No. 624487)
My thoughts exactly, #4. Firing Durham is small potatoes to the Dems.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Redbone 12/6/2020 8:53:00 AM (No. 624488)
"Masculine republics give way to feminine democracies, and feminine democracies give way to tyranny." Aristotle
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Reply 7 - Posted by: BarryNo 12/6/2020 9:00:53 AM (No. 624491)
I'll give you a consequence: Americans mostly just want to live their dream and work toward their goals. What the Dems have done has woken us up to THEIR dream of power and godhood. They are about to win their Darwin Awards.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Strike3 12/6/2020 10:06:31 AM (No. 624526)
#5 is correct, Clarice hints at long-standing corruption and incompetent people in government but neglects to mention that it needs some serious and drastic fixing. Even on our best days we are subject to criminal activity on the federal, state and city level without a method to correct it other than the ballot box - which has also been compromised for a long time. Besides the obvious inferiority of statesmen, representatives and a lack of true leadership, we have to deal with the petty greed, ambitions, selfish actions and mistakes of many mediocre people who somehow convinced the voters to give them powerful positions.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: hurricanegirl 12/6/2020 10:16:25 AM (No. 624536)
The "consequences" will result in WW3. But I wonder, will the UN step in and try to put a stop to it? While we outnumber them now, we won't if the whole world gets involved!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bpl40 12/6/2020 10:32:08 AM (No. 624550)
The hope that a President Biden will not be able to fire Durham, who then will proceed to do the needful as the people we are putting in power will simply stand by and watch, is worse than Chamberlain's hope that Hitler will live up to the Munich accord!. In short - ain't happening. The only option left might be for PDT to declare a national emergency, suspend the Constitution, impose martial law. Then order the Army to conduct full manual recounts where the counters are soldiers in uniform and counting centers are guarded by armed troops. Declare beforehand that he will abide by whatever the results will be. Don't even think anything else will work at this stage!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Retiredtech 12/6/2020 10:56:50 AM (No. 624565)
"...The only option left might be for PDT to declare a national emergency, suspend the Constitution, impose martial law"....what world are you living in ..?? You and other posters here are living in some kind of dystopian world where you think a civil war or some other fantasy is going to fix what's wrong in this country?? I don't like the results either but I sure don't advocate some of the ideas about revolts, etc. that some posters here seem to support.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MDConservative 12/6/2020 11:04:57 AM (No. 624570)
Hear! Hear, #12. You're not a "real conservative".
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Reply 13 - Posted by: davew 12/6/2020 11:05:52 AM (No. 624572)
The Arizona courts ordered a sample analysis of the ballots to determine their validity. They found 11% of the sample was fraudulent and should not have been counted. This alone is 30 times the margin of victory for Biden. If the state legislators accept the certified totals from the bureaucrats they are complicit in a fraud that they are now fully informed of. This would include them in any criminal prosecutions in the future. How can they put themselves at such a risk just to drag Joe Biden over the finish line? Do they really hate President Trump so much that they would go to jail to defeat him?
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Reply 14 - Posted by: hurricanegirl 12/6/2020 11:08:54 AM (No. 624575)
So, #12, what do you suggest? Beating our empty pots in their faces as we starve like the Venezuelans are doing??? As for civil war, there's no need to advocate for it. That's the logical next step when the soap box, the ballot box, and jury box fail. Again, rather than kavetch about those of us who are being realistic, I ask you, what do YOU suggest? Waiting . . . .
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Reply 15 - Posted by: planetgeo 12/6/2020 11:16:52 AM (No. 624581)
#12, yes "revolts" are so icky. Especially if you're retired and have a nice cushy pension and/or investments that will keep you cozy indefinitely, eh? Talk about delusions. If our forefathers thought the same way there wouldn't even be a United States of America.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: jacksin5 12/6/2020 11:25:02 AM (No. 624590)
If Biden is declared winner, all Republican Federal prosecuters will be fired. Then the purge of all Federal agencies will begin. Having negated the Will of the People by successfully rendering voter elections moot, the Marxist/Socialist are going for all the marbles.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Retiredtech 12/6/2020 11:34:42 AM (No. 624598)
Well #15 what I suggest is that you are living in some delusional world where you think a so-called "revolution" is going to fix anything. I'd speculate that you and all of the others advocating this type of change would not last 5 min in a war....unless you are some special ops trained billy-bada** type....and I suspect you are not. My suggestion is step up and run for a political office so you can change the system that is obviously in need of fixing. Spouting off about a revolution is just a fantasy and paints you as some nutball and not a thinking adult.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Retiredtech 12/6/2020 11:43:26 AM (No. 624606)
Gosh #16 I agree...revolutions are really, really ickey....especially for those who actually participate and not just play keyboard commando and spout off about them. Are you or anybody else who might support this revolution idea really ready to kill someone who might disagree with you, belongs to the "other party", or simply is in the wrong place at the wrong time when you patriots launch your "revolution"..?? It ain't a movie or some video game....ask a combat vet if you want an honest opinion.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: hurricanegirl 12/6/2020 12:05:53 PM (No. 624620)
#18: First of all, I find it astoundingly hilarious that you think running for office will matter in a country that is in the very process of stealing our elections. THEY will put into power those whom they want in power; voters be damned. Hint: That ain't me--or you or anyone else we support! As for revolutions solving anything, perhaps should revisit history before you start spouting off whether they solve anything or not. (Ever heard of the American Revolution?) And as for advocating war, I'm not. I'm simply stating the obvious next step in this process. But by all means, get out your pots and pans and start banging them in the face of all those who want to kill and enslave you. That'll learn 'em! Live free or die!
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Reply 20 - Posted by: curious1 12/6/2020 12:16:02 PM (No. 624627)
#20, I suspect you're simply debating one of the hired DU/soros trolls who have shown up on various sites over the past month or so. At least, it smells like it.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Retiredtech 12/6/2020 12:21:22 PM (No. 624633)
Well #20 I disagree. But it is a free country so you are also free to comment and believe the live free or die mantra if you so choose. So do tell who are the mysterious "powers" keeping someone like me from getting elected to an office?? I've never met them. And despite the hysteria on this board and others I'm still waiting for the hard evidence about some nation wide fraud supported and abetted by the Democratic party. The country will survive this and life will go on in 2021. Not how you might like it or how I might like it but some lamea** revolution talk ain't gonna fix squat. Yeah I do know history and how this country came to be so spare me the lecture on our history. I just choose to not buy into the hysteria that abounds here about the whole election.....and I suspect a large majority of Americans don't buy it either and see this as just another example of our sinking into further tribalism.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Mofongo 12/6/2020 12:44:34 PM (No. 624646)
If you no longer recognize this country, raise your right hand. If you feel like the proverbial frog in the boiling water, raise your left hand. Both hands up?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Retiredtech 12/6/2020 2:20:38 PM (No. 624699)
Well #20 if the organizations you think I'm working for want to pay me for having a difference of opinion or having the ability to perhaps discern something that does not fit the seeming tribalism displayed on the board....then I could sure use the money....my bass fishing habit is expensive...:) What I will say is that I have observed is that if one does not agree with the current hysteria about this election, it's candidates, etc. then one is ostracized from the island....one can't have differing thoughts on the island now can we.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: judy 12/6/2020 7:11:55 PM (No. 624818)
Trump brought out the fake republicans, corruption in the JD, DC courts, fbi,, fisa courts,Lerners irs, state department, cia, Roberts, fake impeachment, Mueller mess, Kavanaugh & Amy disgraced hearings, congress, elections....hopefully the right side will prevail....the horror Trump has gone through the past 4 years is unbelievable...
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