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Darkpriest

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  1. I would not call it a free speach issue, but it is a media bias issue. Social media is a different story, they are censoring what the user posted, but since they are not considered a public utility (yet) then its a bit more gray area. This is specifically an issue, when one side of a political spectrum, even in its most crazy forms can speak freely using those mediums and creating some social influence, the more centrists and moderate conservatists can not, even if they are doing so because of their christian religion or policy in regards to spending money or definition of a nation
  2. I'll laugh my ass off, if the Trump will contest the votes successfully (unlikely, but not impossible) , and then unfaithful EC will claim the presidency goes to Biden as per initial count and overall popular vote. Not so much fun for people in the US though.
  3. I think you might wait till Jan for the official
  4. I think there were dems calling some issues with votes in FL.
  5. Grab some snacks and booze I wonder what other things people will latch onto during this process of vote counts, recounts and lawsuits
  6. Looking at the map of counties not the states. I'm sure the 'red' counties would be fine, as they would export much more than import. The point I'm trying to make here is, that votes from concentrated urban areas would always overcome less populous areas. Is this a contract you want to establish? Do you believe it will bode well to the unity of the country? Will you force them to serve metropolitan areas basically and become essentially slaves?
  7. Not sure if less populous states will be happy with this solution. Wouldn't it be a road to the end of the federation and some states going their own way? Edit: I mean, if you'd look at the map by counties, there wouldn't be many resources to go by in the blue areas and the red ones would be self sustainable.
  8. Funny thing is, claims about voter supression are as valid as the ones about fraudulent votes, especially during the counts behind closed gates and done by democrat hired people. The delays do not help in calming down Trump supporters. If everything would be counted in BEFORE the close of election polls, then it would not give as much of the room to such claims.
  9. Ric Grenell, the former acting Director of National Intelligence, is slated to hold a Thursday morning press conference in Las Vegas to announce the Trump campaign is filing a lawsuit that seeks to count every "legal" vote. The Trump campaign is alleging that at least 10,000 people voted in the state, despite no longer living there
  10. It is true that its difficult to that widespread, however it usually takes a few key states, with differences that usually margin within a 2% window, and that's not more than a 100k votes. Some old story on the subject https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/investigations/2020/10/08/rejected-mail-ballots-projected-major-factor-2020-election/3576714001/ Now imagine some of the mail ins accepted, should be rejected, but they were not? Or the other way around? At this point, no matter the outcome, USA lost, rich are becoming richer due to stocks going wild in a
  11. Might be, but I'm sure there will be a lot of information flying around election fruads on mail in ballots, missing ballots, invalidated ballots, dumped/destroyed ballots and there will be examples of those. Even if the scale will be not evidenced, the examples of actions that took place amd were evidenced will be enough of a message to one or the other side of the voters. Expect a long session of recounts, lawsuits and accusations going both ways. All of which could have been avoided by a long period of in person voting (early votes plus election day votes)
  12. There will be calls for recounts and fight over mail-ins legitimacy. Ground is prepped.
  13. And yet you have even older one running for the office
  14. Perhaps someone can quickly provide some info, but is there some historical corellation between results to the house and senate with how people vote for the president? I wonder, because it seems republicans are gaining more house presence and are not losing the senate majority. I wonder if this could somehow be tied to who is more probable to win presidential election.
  15. Bill Stepien Despite ridiculous public polling used as a voter suppression tactic, Wisconsin has been a razor thin race as we always knew that it would be. There have been reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results. The President is well within the threshold to request a recount and we will immediately do so." https://www.theepochtimes.com/michigan-county-to-review-ballots-following-report-of-skewed-results_3565412.html This will be a lot of pull and push on both sides. Very soon i guess thin
  16. Hahaha, oh this is going to be a ride. So now dems will be calling foul play as well?
  17. I was refering to people posting things like this So if it's a matter of update issues it should also be done in a more careful way. Adjust all numbers at once. I wish I could have a more direct by the minute reporting, but this kind of data is not really something I would need and I made the decision to sit this election on the cash on US market. Too much unpredictability and I don't want to be at the mercy of algos going wild on various interpretation of words and one liners.
  18. I'm not talking about Milwaukee, that does not surprise me and the ratio for mail ins can be in realms of possibility. What is more odd is the sudden large batches of votes 100% towards Biden in the more contested areas like wisconain and michigan at around 4-5AM. This is hard to explain. Impossible? No. Improbable? Yes. And this is what will lead to contests etc. Arizona case with invalidation of votes, can be another case, etc. This election is emotionally loaded and is a mess largely due to the scope of the remote voting. This might be the ugliest election ever.
  19. This is going to ne a really wild election... https://twitter.com/mschlapp/status/1324031623785029634?s=20
  20. That guy is one of fund managers, just pointing some math related issues
  21. Wouldn't you be surprised if AZ suddenly got turned to Trump with an appearance of such a number of votes going 100% to him? The point I'm trying to make is, that if you have changes with large statistical deviations from the average distribution, you better be very transparent and have solid proofs and audit trail or things will be contested hard.
  22. https://twitter.com/MichaelCoudrey/status/1324018512055083008?s=20 EDIT: it seems the Tweet got removed, so i'll just paste tje text from what i see cached BREAKING: Wisconsin has more votes than people who are registered to vote. Total number of registered voters: 3,129,000 Total number of votes cast: 3,239,920 Just saying, that there is probably going to be a lot of calls for recounts etc. If you add auch numbers at such odd ratios and with some data that can lead to confusion, this is just lifting a lid to pandors box, and you'd rather keep it closed.
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