Here we go: yesterday a judge in Pennsylvania “sided with Democrats” and ruled that ballots could be counted up to three days after Election Day:
Democrats in Pennsylvania get three days to forge enough ballots to drag Biden ahead in the state.
And now, this just in, in Michigan, they get two weeks:
Two whole weeks. Hopefully the election is in the bag already and Michigan isn’t a pivotal state, because this situation is completely and totally FUBAR now.
Republicans and Democrats are both accusing each other of planning to steal the election, but the Republican concerns are far more plausible and valid than the Democrats’.
Democrats’ case that the election will be stolen rests on either the oft-repeated “black voter suppression,” which is so stale it has become an election year tradition. They said it in 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004 and even 2000. But this is shown to be nonsense by the fact that the 2020 Trump campaign is making a push for black voters on a scale that no prior Republican presidential campaign has come anywhere close to. Trump’s polling numbers put him on track for the best Republican performance with black voters in four decades. He is constantly touting black job and economic gains that have come under his administration in an effort to cut into the Democrats’ lopsided margins with black voters. “Blexit” isn’t just a Twitter hashtag, it’s a full-fledged, registered 501(c)3 political action organization. Trump is genuinely trying to bring black Americans into the Republican tent in massive numbers.
The other Democratic theory–more like fantasy–is that Trump will simply refuse to leave the White House when he loses, which will then justify a military coup and/or a full-fledged violent revolution in the street. Again, this is all wishful thinking; since November 8, 2016, Democrats have been dreaming of one day seeing Trump arrested and escorted out of the White House in handcuffs. And they will seize on any excuse to riot in the streets.
None of these leftwing election theft theories hold any water. On the other hand, the Republicans are offering a simple, straightforward and plausible theory: that the Democrats are preparing to use unprecedented levels of easily-defrauded and highly fungible universal mail-in voting and post-Election Day ballot harvesting to pull Biden over the finish line once they have an idea of how far behind they are. Democrats are making a push for never-before-seen universal mail-in voting, which is highly susceptible to fraud.
Common sense would tell you that mail-in ballots should have a deadline before Election Day so that we can have a winner declared on Election Day. It’s not like people aren’t aware the election is coming up. People have had years to prepare for this. There is no good reason the deadline for mail-in ballots shouldn’t be a week or even two weeks prior to Election Day.
But there is a bad reason: because allowing ballots to be counted after Election Day allows Democrats to see how many votes they need to fabricate.
They’re setting up the steal before our very eyes and apparently there’s nothing that can be done about it.
Democrats are done with democracy. They’re not taking chances and allowing the people to decide the president ever again.
The media will not declare a winner on election night. I can almost guarantee that. Well, unless Biden wins on election night. Then it’ll be a wrap, a done deal, and any talk of waiting for mail-in ballots to be counted will be treated as “rejecting the results of the election,” “undermining the democratic process,” etc. etc.
If Trump is winning and declares victory, the media will point out that Biden refuses to concede, and since Biden is a Democrat, the media will portray Biden as reasonable and in the right. The media always takes the Democrats’ side no matter what, as you and I know.
You can get away with just about anything if the media has your back.
The media will not be treating the results like they normally do. They will not be saying “with 87% reporting in Michigan, we are projecting Donald Trump the winner” etc. They will portray election night as merely the beginning of the vote counting process. They’ll get viewers in the mindset that things will not be settled that night, even if Trump is up big.
The media and the Democrats will be working together. They’ve got a plan for how election night is going to go down, and they foreshadowed it yesterday with the “Red Mirage” stuff about how it’s going to appear Trump won big on election night, but then in the week following the election, mail-in ballots will slowly trickle in and pull Biden ahead of Trump. They will wait to see how many votes Biden needs in the key swing states, then they’ll get to work “counting” the mail-in votes. Their whole scheme to steal this election hinges on mail-in ballots, which are rife with potential for fraud.
For instance, how can election officials prevent people from voting twice? If I send in a mail-in ballot to one precinct, then vote in person on election day at another precinct, how are they going to catch the duplicate vote?
Former Nevada Senator Dean Heller (R) brought up this question in early August. An AP News article entitled “Elections official refutes claim that people can vote twice” actually provided few reassurances that there are safeguards in place to prevent people from voting twice, other than “it’s a felony to do so,” so obviously that settles it.
Here’s a few excerpts from the article:
Heller said that among his concerns was someone casting a vote by mail and then showing up at the polls to cast a ballot. Heller said he asked Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske what would happen if someone voted twice.
“I said, ‘That’s a felony. It has been for decades. What happens then?’ She says ‘Nothing,’” he said.
“We have an attorney general that won’t prosecute it,” Heller went on. “We had a former attorney general that was a Republican that refused to prosecute. So you can vote more than once.”
Cegavske’s office did not respond to questions about her conversation with Heller, but Deputy Secretary of State for Elections Wayne Thorley said, “Nevada has many protections in place to ensure elections are fair and accurate, including safeguards that ensure no voter is allowed to cast more than one ballot in any given election.”
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford’s office said it “takes allegations of voter fraud extremely seriously” and “while voter fraud is rare, it undermines trust in our election system.”
What exactly are those “safeguards”?
Voters who are mailed a ballot in Nevada can only vote in person after they physically surrender their mailed ballot or sign an affirmation under penalty of perjury stating that they have not already voted, Thorley said.
This would seem to be a sensible solution: if you’re coming to vote in person on election day, then you have to bring your mail-in ballot that was mailed out to you prior to election day. No ifs, ands or buts. If a person shows up to the polls on election day and doesn’t have their mail-in ballot, sorry, take a hike.
But then there’s that exception to the rule: “or sign an affirmation under penalty of perjury that they have not already voted.” It’s that big “or” that’s the problem.
How will they know if you’ve already voted by mail? There would have to be a central vote-counting location where all the votes in the state are counted, and where names are recorded. It has to be digitized with all voters’ names crossed off the list after their ballots are counted, that way the system can throw out duplicate ballots.
And does anyone have any confidence that Democratic prosecutors will prosecute people who try to vote for Democrats more than once? Given this plus the backdoor option of “signing an affirmation under penalty of perjury that they have not already voted,” it’s hard to have a lot of confidence in states’ abilities to prevent double voting.
In 2017, the Government Accountability Institute (“GAI,” lol) conducted a study on duplicate voting in the 2016 election and found 7,271 instances of inter-state duplicate voting (meaning someone who voted in two states) and 1,200 instances of intra-state duplicate voting (meaning someone voted twice in the same state). Since the GAI was only granted access to voter rolls in 21 states, they extrapolated the figures out to the whole country and estimated they would have uncovered around 45,000 cases of duplicate voting, both inter- and intra-state combined.
45,000 fraudulent votes would not quite have been enough to swing the 2016 election, but it would have been damn close, as it was decided by just 79,646 votes between Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin (10,704 in MI, 46,745 in PA, and 22,177 in WI).
But the 2016 election also didn’t have anywhere near the number of mail-in ballots we’re going to see this November. In fact, no election has ever had the number of mail-in votes we’re about to see this November. Most states are mailing out ballots to every single registered voter on their rolls for this election. This has never happened before.
The problem with this is that most states don’t have up-to-date voter rolls. That GAI study noted that there are tens of millions of improperly registered voters:
In 2012, Pew Research found 24 million (one in eight) voter registrations were either invalid or significantly inaccurate. About 1.8 million deceased voters were discovered on state voter rolls, and 2.75 million people were registered to vote in more than one state. These findings alone do not equate to voter fraud, but show a system rife with error and vulnerability
24 million incorrect voter registrations. That was from 2012, so hopefully those incorrect voter registrations have been purged from the rolls. But since 2012 there have no doubt been more deceased voters kept on the voter rolls, as well as people who have moved. This stuff has to be continually cleaned up, yet we have no assurances that it has been even as states prepare to mail out ballots to every last registered voter on their rolls.
As I read more of the GAI study, they detailed the system they used to detect duplicate voters:
GAI partnered with Simpatico Software Systems and Virtual DBS, Inc.to perform the state-to-state voter roll comparisons and duplicate voting matches. Simpatico is a U.S.-based company specializing in large-scale database analytics. Among other projects, it works with state governments by applying waste and fraud analyses to health and human services programs to achieve program integrity and taxpayer savings.
It’s great that they have technology to identify duplicate voters, but the million dollar question is, will this Simpatico software be used on election night this year and in the ensuing days toensure there are no duplicate votes? The GAI used this software after the 2016 election was already in the books to retroactively search for voter fraud. I’m sure it helped to clean up voter rolls in preparation of 2020, but if this software or something like it is not being used during this election, it opens the door to widespread duplicate voting due to the massively increased numbers of mail-in ballots. This year it will be much easier than ever before to vote twice.
In 2016, the states didn’t mail out ballots to every last registered voter. This year, mail-in voting will be way up from 2016. The Florida primary, which was just a couple of weeks ago, saw over 2.1 million mail-in ballots compared to 1.3 million in 2016. However, in last month’s primary, there was no statewide race to boost turnout–i.e. Senator or Governor. Plus both the Democrat and Republican presidential nominations had already long been decided by the time last month’s Florida primary vote rolled around. In 2016, there was a Senate race and the Presidential nominations for both parties were still right in the thick of things, meaning turnout for 2020’s primary was lower than 2016’s–which in turn means we can expect a far greater number of mail-in ballots for November’s general election than the 2.1 million mail-in ballots filed for the August primary.
This GAI study was commissioned by President Trump in May 2017, not long after he took office. Thankfully Trump had the foresight back then to get to work cleaning up the voter rolls in preparation for the outrageous fraud Democrats were certain to be scheming up for 2020.
Unfortunately, however, the GAI study was only a study. We have no assurances that the instances of likely voter fraud identified by the study were ever addressed, since that’s up to the individual states. We have no assurances that the states followed the GAI study’s recommendations on cleaning up their voter rolls.
If the voter rolls are not meticulously kept up to date and accurate, then sending out mail-in ballots to everyone on the voter rolls becomes a massive opportunity for fraud. We could have not only duplicate voting but dead people voting, people voting on behalf of someone else who has moved, or “ballot harvesters” altering or destroying others’ ballots.
Ultimately we just have to hope the states can handle the mail-in voting process. Florida, for instance, mentioned in the Fox article above, has a great Republican governor who I’m sure Trump trusts to make sure there’s no funny business. You never know what kind of bullshit they’re going to pull down in Broward County–remember in 2018 that hilariously corrupt Democrat Brenda Snipes who was blatantly trying to steal the governor’s election from DeSantis and tilt it to the secretly homosexual meth-head Andrew Gillum? There’s still plenty of corrupt local Democratic officials to worry about in key states like Florida, but at least we have a Republican governor in office.
Not the case, however, for key states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Pennsylvania, unfortunately. On top of that, Nevada, Colorado, North Carolina, Maine and Virginia all have Democratic governors as well.
As far as the main swing states go, it’s Florida, Arizona, Ohio, Iowa, New Hampshire and Georgia with Republicans in office. I hate that the election might boil down to which states have corrupt or legitimate governors, but that’s where the Democrats have gone as a party. You can trust them about as far as you can throw them.
I hope my worst fears about the 2020 election go unrealized. I hope the mail-in fraud and dirty tricks are mostly limited to deep-blue cesspools like California, New York and Illinois, which won’t really affect the election much since those states are going Biden either way. I hope Republicans in swing states are on the ball when it comes to having legal teams ready to file injunctions in case, for instance, any Broward Bullshit goes down again.
Rick Scott’s campaign in 2018 laid out the blueprint for putting a stop to the fraudulent schemes: they filed a lawsuit against Brenda Snipes because she did not disclose how many ballots there were left to be counted in the days following the election. Fortunately the law requires that number to be disclosed, at least in Florida. Republicans in all of the key swing states must be all over this, otherwise Democrats will keep “counting” ballots until they find enough to win.
Be prepared for the worst on election night. The media will almost certainly refuse to call the election for Trump even if he’s up big. They’ll claim there’s too many mail-in ballots left to be counted.
Remember last week when I wrote about this? About how she could accuse Joe Biden of being a segregationist and then become his running mate, and how it proves the Democrats don’t mean a word of what they say about racism and oppression?
Steven Colbert asked her how she could do a complete 180 and become “pals” with Joe Biden after calling him a segregationist during the Primary debate last year, and all she could do was keep repeating “It was a DEBATE! It was a DEBATE!”
As in, “Yeah, whatever. I only said that stuff to get a rise out of the crowd.”
Kamala Harris just admitted to the world that she doesn’t believe what she says, she just says things in certain settings because it’s expected: pic.twitter.com/FKkaxB2JiS
There is something seriously wrong with this woman. She cackles like a maniac, endlessly. Like, well past the point where a normal person would’ve stopped laughing. She just keeps cackling and cackling and cackling to the point where it becomes uncomfortable.
We’re told Trump is intentionally knee-capping the USPS because he wants to undermine its ability to handle the unprecedented number of mail-in ballots in this year’s election.
But then the USPS goes and endorses Trump’s opponent Joe Biden:
Wait a minute. How are we supposed to trust the USPS won’t throw out ballots from pro-Trump areas now that they’ve endorsed Trump’s opponent, Joe Biden?
This is third-world politics right here. The Democrats are making a massive push for mail-in voting–because of 🦠😱THE VIRUS 🦠😱–and now the postal service has endorsed the Democratic candidate for President.
This is blatant Election Interference™.
They’re rigging the election before our eyes. 🦠😱THE VIRUS 🦠😱 made it so Joe Biden didn’t have to campaign, and now 🦠😱THE VIRUS 🦠😱 is their excuse for universal mail-in voting, which the pro-Biden USPS will be in charge of.
America is now a first-world/third-world hybrid country. The Democrats are full-fledged gangsters who barely even try to hide their corruption anymore.
This is what’s in store for the 2020 Presidential election in deep blue states:
“A staggering 25 percent of mail-in ballots cast in Brooklyn for June’s primary elections were declared invalid, it was revealed on Tuesday, as Mayor Bill de Blasio called on the Board of Elections to shape up by November.
More than 120,000 absentee ballots were filed in Kings County for the June 23 primary but about 30,000 were initially disqualified— and it wasn’t the fault of the voters, according to Rodneyse Bichotte, head of the Brooklyn Democratic Party.
Bichotte — also a state assemblywoman whose district includes Flatbush, Ditmas Park and Midwood — said the disqualifying issues included a lack of postmark or late arrival.
The BOE was still untangling the mess six weeks after the primaries and was unable to provide hard citywide figures on Tuesday.
But the Brooklyn debacle suggests a troubling failure in a system that may be relied upon to a elect a president this fall with the pandemic still raging.
“Americans should not have to risk their lives to participate in the most fundamental right of democracy,” said Bichotte, who blamed the snail-mail balloting bungle on a lack of federal funding for the US Postal Service.”
Yeah, sure. Throw more money at incompetence and surely that’ll solve things.
The problem is mail-in voting. We’ve held elections in-person in this country for almost 230 years. We had an election during a civil war, during WW2. There was an influenza pandemic in 1968 that killed over 100,000 Americans and we still held an election that year with in-person voting.
We held an in-person midterm election during the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic. Nobody ever talks about how the 1918 midterms were “illegitimate” or anything like that.
We will be just fine if we hold the election normally in November.
It’s funny, the Democrats have been talking about mail-in voting basically since the Plannedemic began in March, even though the election was still 9 months away at that point:
It’s almost as if that’s been their goal the whole time.
Plus, and I feel like a broken record saying this for the 1000th time: If you allow mass BLM “demonstrations” and riots in the streets, you have zero credibility to lecture people on what is or is not safe “during this pandemic.”
Most of the time, I will not ask you to watch a video. I know how it is. You don’t come here to watch videos, you come here to read words. If you wanted to watch a video you’d go to YouTube.
I get it. I’m the same way.
So 99% of the time, I’m not going to ask you to watch a video in order to fully understand one of my posts.
But this time, I have to make an exception. I am imploring you to watch this video of Jim Jordan asking Dr. Fauci all the questions we regular Americans have wanted to ask him for the past two months–and in the same tone we would have used, too.
I am begging you to watch this video. You won’t regret it. It’s about six minutes long.
And take note of Fauci’s smug-ass, cocksucking grin the whole time:
He knows he’s a liar. He knows he’s caught red-handed. He knows Jim Jordan is spot-on about everything.
But he also knows he’s part of the Big Club, and Jim Jordan is not. So not matter how badly Jordan exposes him as a complete fraud, it doesn’t matter because the media has Fauci’s back.
By the way, what 80-year-old looks as young as Fauci? This guy is clearly drinking the blood of young children.
“It’s not my place to opine” he says.
Oh really? He’s been “opining” on a hell of a lot for the past 4 months. You can’t go to church because Dr. Fauci Said So. You can’t go to the gym and work out because Dr. Fauci Said So.
But he won’t “opine” on whether the BLM protests and riots spread coronavirus.
This guy is the biggest piece of shit in America. He thinks he’s untouchable because Brad Pitt played him on SNL.
After watching this video, I more certain than ever in my assessment that Coronavirus is a gigantic scam.
When America’s supposed be-all, end-all on all things Coronavirus cannot even admit straight-up that massive BLM protests and riots in the streets contribute to the spread of the virus, we know that either the virus itself is a scam, or the government has zero credibility whatsoever.
This Moloch-worshipping piece of shit has kept America shut-down for the past four months knowing full-well the virus is a complete hoax.
He is unequivocally the worst person in America right now.
How many people have lost their jobs because of him? How many people can’t pay rent because of him? How many small business owners have had to close for good because of him? How many people have not been able to bury their loved ones because of him?
And yet he sits up there with that smug, cocksucking grin on his face and plays dumb the whole time.
This asshole thinks he’s got it all figured out. He thinks he’s untouchable. He probably thinks he’s God, on some level. He goes to extravagant parties with all his Rich, Elite friends and thinks he’s the king of the world.
Want to know why Americans don’t trust the “experts” anymore? Want to know why Americans despise the Ruling Class these days? Want to know why America chose Trump over Hillary Clinton and all the other Swamp Creatures?
Look no further than Anthony Fauci’s smug-ass face when he refuses to say whether or not the BLM protests/riots increased the spread of the coronavirus.
He is not a public health expert. He is not an infectious disease expert.
He’s a Democrat Politician in a lab coat. We should’ve known he was a villain from the moment the media started circlejerking for him back in March.
Anthony Fauci is the living, breathing embodiment of the Swamp. And American Patriots should not rest until Fauci and everyone else like him is deprived of his steady fix of adrenochrome and exiled to a prison colony on some remote Aleutian island.
The latest Anti-Trump Hoax is that FASCIST TRUMP IS TRYING TO DELAY THE ELECTION BECAUSE HE’S A FASCISTY FASCIST!
Now obviously anyone with a brain who thinks for themselves and has a healthy distrust of the media would hear this and think, “B.S.”
But the media relies on people who are already programmed to believe their lies. That’s why the media is able to get people to believe this outlandish nonsense about Trump.
It feels like every day the media is lying to stoke some artificial anti-Trump rage. And it works, too. Just look in Trump’s replies on Twitter. Just look on social media at all the shrieking brainwashed hordes who will believe anything they hear about Trump. It’s like these people are addicted to rage, and they enjoy having a cow over every little thing the media tells them Trump does.
For the past four years, they’ve existed in a perpetual state of ANGER and DISBELIEF over this ORANGE FASCIST RACIST FASCIST in the White House–at least what the media tells them about the ORANGE FASCIST RACIST FASCIST in the White House. For many of them, screaming about Trump online has become the purpose of their whole lives.
But on this one, Trump did give the media somewhat of a reason to publish sensational and hyperbolic, even if Trump was clearly and obviously trolling. Here’s his tweet:
Now, his critics interpreted his tweet in the worst possible light. Their response was completely over-the-top and unwarranted. But Trump didn’t do himself any favors.
He’s making the point that if, as the Democrats are claiming, due to the virus, we are apparently not able to have a normal election with in-person voting, and we have to rely on this horribly shoddy mail-in voting system, which makes it incredibly easy to cheat, then maybe we should just delay the election until we can have a safe and secure election free of fraud.
In fact, he was tweeting all day about how disgraceful the mail-in voting process is. He pointed out the New York primary from last month which has been a complete mess and the results are still not even fully clear:
He tweeted this video from a news station in Philadelphia that found some serious problems with mail-in voting:
He had a few more tweets yesterday about the perils of mail-in voting:
He even clarified his remarks during his press conference today (53:33 mark):
As usual, everything the Dems accuse Trump of, they themselves are invariably guilty of. They’re the ones who are trying to steal the election by way of the easily-defrauded mail-in voting process, and Trump is calling them on it.
All they’re doing right now is flipping the script and trying to put Trump on defense. They’re trying to distract from how many legitimate problems mail-in voting creates.
He is 100% right about mail-in voting. He’s also right that we should not have an election until we can be assured that it isn’t vulnerable to massive fraud.
But of course, this is the whole point of the Coronavirus Plannedemic: to make it easier for the Democrats to steal the election by giving them an excuse to massively expand the easily-defrauded system of mail-in voting.
The problem is that Republicans just complain, while Democrats cheat. Republicans lost six Congressional seats in California because the Democrats used the ballot harvesting technique. Republicans just complained and expected someone else to do something about that.
News flash, Republicans: nobody is going to come to the rescue. It’s just you vs. the Democrats. If they’re going to cheat, you’re going to have to either stop them or even the playing field by cheating as well.
Maybe we should throw our morals out the window like Democrats have done.
Going into 2020, it seemed like Trump was on course to roll to an easy reelection victory over whomever the Democrats eventually chose as their nominee. Even once it became clear that Biden had locked up the nomination, his obvious mental decline combined with the lack of genuine enthusiasm for his candidacy made it feel like Trump was the prohibitive favorite to win in November.
But that was months ago, before anybody knew what 2020 had in store. Everything has changed, apparently. Polls now show Biden destroying Trump both nationally and in all the major battleground states:
Is Biden really 9 points ahead of Trump nationally? There was even an NY Times poll that came out a week ago that showed Trump down 14points to Biden nationally.
Is Trump really that unpopular? Is Biden really that popular?
If you go by the news media and social media, absolutely. Social media is all about Black Lives Matter and putting Trump out of his misery.
But something just doesn’t feel right about those poll numbers.
I’ve got some pro-Trump theories on the main factors that will decide the 2020 election:
The Silent Majority: we’ll get into this more later but the basic idea is that as the country burns and the corporations publicly swear their fealty to BLM, the silent majority of Americans have steeled their resolve to take their country back in the fall. So many people have been red-pilled over the past month or two. Many have been black-pilled (it’s hard not to be with a nonstop feed of America burning on social media). For every clout-chasing white girl on social media posting BLM support, there’s way more people out there who have been Mega Redpilled, and maybe even turned into full-blown racists. They’re just not publicizing it. This is the Silent Majority factor that is working against Biden.
Virtue Signaling White Women: Are they really going to swing hard towards Biden? The Democrats’ win in the 2018 midterms was widely attributed to suburban moms who were disgusted by Trump’s Twitter account and his “lack of decency”. But the problem with that theory was always this: they didn’t vote for Trump in 2016 in the first place. And it’s not like they didn’t know about Trump’s “lack of decency” in 2016. The “grab ’em by the pussy” tape leaked before the 2016 election. All the angry “pussyhat” ladies were marching and Letting Their Voices Be Heard basically the day after the 2016 election. It’s not as if all the Women’s March participants were Trump supporters who swung hard against him between election day 2016 and inauguration day 2017. Trump lost white female college grads 51-44 to Clinton in 2016. It’s not like they left him for the Democrats in 2018, because they weren’t with him to begin with. In 2018, Republicans lost white college women 59-39, but that was with Trump not on the ballot.
This leads to the next point: You can’t just assume the 2018 electorate is the same as the 2020 electorate. Republicans won huge in the 2010 midterms and still lost handily in the 2012 election. Democrats’ victory in 2018 does not in any way guarantee a smashing victory for them this fall. Having the President on the ticket is a massive game-changer no matter how you slice it.
2016 redux? There were multiple times in 2016 when it felt like the final nail had been pounded into Trump’s coffin. There were even times in 2016 when it was hard to tell if Trump actually wanted to win the election at all. Maybe there is a method to Trump’s madness. He seems to just be sitting on his ass while the country burns, not bothering to do anything but tweet like he’s a bystander instead of President of the United States. Maybe he’s under more significant quarantine than we’re led to believe. Maybe he’s being sequestered in a basement just like Biden is. I don’t know. Whatever it is, it seems like he’s lost control of the country. And yet, we’ve been here before in 2016 when it seemed like he completely lost control of his campaign and had even given up. Yet he still ended up winning. So I won’t count this guy out.
Now for a (potentially) pro-Biden theory:
Urban black voters: the anti-Trump energy in the cities will outweigh the “Return to Normalcy” energy outside of the cities. The Elite’s main goal in provoking the race riots is to juice up black voter enthusiasm for Biden. It’s why they chose Biden in the first place: because he’s popular with black voters. A big reason Hillary lost in 2016 was because she did not get the same black voter turnout in the big cities that Obama got. It’s probably why she lost Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin–because Democrats in those states rely on black voters in Philadelphia, Detroit and Milwaukee, and they just didn’t show up for Hillary the way they did for Obama. So the goal for 2020 is to get black voters motivated to vote for Biden. Will the race riots do the trick? It’s tough to say now, but I think the real question is: will the gain in black voters be more than Biden’s loss in white voters? Because the Democrats have pushed a lot of voters–and not just white voters, but voters of all colors–into Trump’s arms. Most people–black, white, Hispanic, Asian, whatever–prefer stability to chaos, normalcy to abnormality.
And the thing is, Biden was actually set up to do fairly well with white voters–at least better than Hillary did. Biden appeals to blue collar workers, especially in the upper midwest. That is precisely the area that flipped from Obama to Trump and put Trump in the White House: Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa. When Biden was Obama’s VP, his main job was to campaign in the Rust Belt and appeal to blue collar whites. But now it might be a moot point because Biden is inexorably associated with the inner-city race riots.
Regardless of what the polls say, I just don’t think there’s been that much of a backlash against Trump. Trump has definitely irritated a lot of his base supporters by not doing much in the face of these riots, and not being more aggressive in re-opening the country. But it’s not like those people are going to vote for Biden. That just makes no sense.
But still: the polls! It’s hard to just completely ignore the polls. But what if the polls truly are bullshit. The elite is pulling out all the stops to try to defeat Trump. So why wouldn’t they rig the polls? They started race riots and carried out a Plannedemic in order to swing the 2020 election. What makes you think they’d balk at rigging the polls?
It’s easy to see why they’d rig the polls. Lots of Trump supporters on social media are despondent, basically resigned to the fact that Trump is going to get wiped out in the fall. They talk a big game about not believing the polls, but I don’t think many of them truly believe the polls are fake and can be disregarded entirely.
But if you view it from the perspective that the Elite is doing everything in their power to steal this election from Trump–months of quarantine, race riots, mail-in voting, social media censorship and purges–then it really wouldn’t be much of a stretch to believe they’re trying to turn the election into a self-fulfilling prophecy by showing poll after poll after poll of Trump getting slaughtered. Eventually even the most ardent Trump supporters start to believe it.
The point is, I just don’t see how Trump can be so far behind. Something feels “off” seeing him down 9+ points in a poll. It just doesn’t accurately reflect the mood I’ve observed in this country in talking to people over the past few months. Yes, that’s all anecdotal. But I’ve been to multiple different states across the country over the past few months and the general consensus is that people want to return to normalcy. People do not like what is happening in this country right now.
Also, I don’t think I’ve met a single Biden supporter. As in, a person who is genuinely excited about voting for Joe Biden. Instead, it feels like the people who have always despised Trump just despise him more obnoxiously than ever now.
Honestly, I feel like the events of the past month have turned more people into Trump supporters, albeit secret Trump supporters. They’re all afraid to admit it.
The idea that Trump is now losing big because he’s lost white support in the suburbs, I just don’t know if I buy that. All the BLM riots and protests of the past month–CHAZ included–that’s all associated with the Democratic Party.
By this point I think most people realize that a vote for Biden is a vote for this:
I really can’t see suburban whites voting for that. I can’t see non-college whites endorsing that with a vote for Biden.
Maybe people are lying to the pollsters. Maybe, like 2016, people are scared to admit they support Trump. I would say today’s social climate is even more hostile to Trump supporters than 2016’s was. 2016 honestly feels like child’s play compared to 2020. It could be that simple of an explanation.
Or the polls could be flat-out rigged. I don’t know.
But whatever it is, the polls just feel wrong. Despite what you see on the news and on social media, Americans are not happy about what is happening right now. They want this country to go back to normal. Guns are flying off the shelves. First-time gun-buyers are a common sight. There are millions of Americans who now for the first time in their lives feel unsafe in this country, and it has shaken them to their cores.
That is not an atmosphere conducive to a Biden win.
As I see it, the only place Biden is winning is in the polls and on social media. It could be that I have completely misread the country and don’t know how people are really feeling. But I think I’ve got it right. Social media and the news are not an accurate portrayal of America.
If Trump is going to lose, it’ll be because his supporters stayed home (not likely, because most realize the stakes of this election) and because the Democrats rigged the election with all their mail-in voting (which may have been the motivation behind the Plannedemic all along).
It feels like now more than ever, the polls exist not as a gauge of the political climate, but as yet another way to manipulate and direct the political climate.
I just stumbled across this video which appears to show a MOUSE crawling over the exhaust pipe of a vessel that was supposedly hurtling through outer space:
The guy who filmed the video clearly is convinced it’s a mouse.
I looked at the comments on the video and one person said it’s a chunk of ice that fell off. The first thing in the video that we see move is not a mouse, that looks like something that fell from somewhere and landed on the exhaust pipe.
Democracy is dying in darkness, but since there’s no way to blame Donald Trump for it, the media is uninterested.
As you probably know, Monday night’s Iowa Caucus (which kicked off the presidential primary season) was anything but ordinary. Usually on election night, early returns start coming in as early as 7-8pm CST. But not Monday night. On Iowa Caucus night, the nation waited and waited for the results to begin trickling out, but there was nothing. By 9pm and 0% of the vote reported, it was clear something was amiss in Iowa.
Then came the announcement at around 9:05pm:
“Out of an abundance of caution,” the Iowa State Democratic Party was undertaking “quality control” measures and would not be releasing the caucus results anytime soon. No time frame was given for when the results would be released to the public.
Immediately people began pointing out the obvious: they’re rigging it against Bernie, again.
The comments began pouring in in response to the MSNBC tweet:
By Tuesday morning, the #2 trending hashtag on Twitter was “#PeteTheCheat,” in reference to Pete Buttigieg, who bizarrely delivered a victory speech late Monday night despite 0% of the results having been reported:
Things had taken a turn: it wasn’t Biden for whom the Iowa Caucus was being rigged–it was Pete Buttigieg. How would he know to deliver a victory speech on Monday night despite 0% of the vote having been reported?
Well, that’s because there’s a strong possibility “Mayor Pete” was part of the reason the voting results weren’t available on Monday night. What made the 2020 Iowa Caucus different from all previous Iowa Caucuses was that this year, the Iowa State Democratic Party decided to use an app called “Shadow” to coordinate and calculate all the vote totals. It was this app “Shadow” that “failed” (many would say it succeeded, depending on your perspective) and threw everything into chaos.
It turns out that Buttigieg’s campaign gave thousands of dollars to Shadow:
I just want to add: why did they give the app such an obviously sinister name like “Shadow”? A movie villain wouldn’t even be this blatant about it.
At around 4pm on Tuesday afternoon, the Democratic Party announced that it had 62% of the votes counted and finally released the partial results. They showed Bernie and Buttigieg neck and neck for the lead, with Joe Biden a distant fourth behind those two and Elizabeth Warren.
Finally, on Thursday night, the full results of the 2020 Iowa Democratic Caucus were released:
The final results showed Buttigieg with a 0.1% margin of victory over Bernie Sanders. Keep in mind this result shows the percentage of delegates won. As far as the final popular vote went, Bernie was ahead of Buttigieg by several thousand. But it’s the delegates that actually matter.
This was quite a remarkable turn of events for Mayor Pete given that the final polls from Iowa in the run up to Caucus Day showed him far behind Bernie. The RCP average had him at around 16, with Bernie in the lead at 23%:
Only one polling outlet had Buttigieg in the lead prior to the vote, while the rest showed either big Bernie leads or decent Biden leads:
The fact that Buttigieg managed to make up so much ground over the course of a couple days is a testament to the scrappiness of his campaign and its exceptional get-out-the-vote efforts. And absolutely nothing else, okay?
Not only did Mayor Pete overcome what was by most accounts a sizable polling deficit just days before the Caucus vote took place, but last night he just so happened to be on-air at CNN when the news broke that he won on Thursday evening:
That Pete Buttigieg is one lucky fella, huh? It’s almost as if. . .
Buttigieg’s surprising victory in Iowa has unsurprisingly boosted his polling numbers in New Hampshire, where he’s now in a virtual tie with Bernie for the lead according to freshly-released polling data:
The damage has been done. Bernie supporters are furious, and now Buttigieg is surging in the polls due to the momentum from winning Iowa. People like a winner, and so it should be no surprise that more and more people are climbing aboard the bandwagon.
Monday’s Iowa Caucus is now ancient history, despite some serious red flags being raised about its results–beyond just the Buttigieg-Shadow connection:
Even the New York Times admits that there are enough “errors” in the numbers that, given the slim margin of victory for Buttigieg, the results of the Iowa Caucus probably aren’t even accurate. There were dirty tricks aplenty:
But these cries will fall on deaf ears, because though the voting tallies may have been wrong (meaning fraudulent), the Right Candidate won. So it’s on to New Hampshire.
Keep in mind, however, that winning the Iowa Caucus does not automatically make you the favorite to win the party nomination:
In 2016, Ted Cruz won Iowa on the Republican side. Hillary won Iowa on the Democratic side, but we all know the 2016 Dem primary was rigged (more on this in a bit).
In 2012, Rick Santorum beat out Mitt Romney by a mere 34 votes to win Iowa.
In 2008, Barack Obama famously won Iowa and gained a ton of momentum in the primary fight against Hillary. But on the Republican side, Mike Huckabee won Iowa with 34% of the vote while John McCain finished a distant fourth with just 13% of the vote.
In 2004, John Kerry won Iowa.
In 2000, George W. Bush won Iowa, as did Al Gore.
So in the five elections since and including 2000, between both parties, five times has the candidate that won Iowa gone on to win their party’s nomination: Hillary 2016, Obama 2008, Kerry 2004, and both Bush and Gore in 2000. Three times we’ve seen a party nominee fail to win Iowa: Trump 2016, Romney 2012 and McCain in 2008.
Actually, now that I look at it, it’s clear that winning Iowa is far more important on the Democratic side than it is on the Republican side. Every Democratic nominee since 2000 first won in Iowa, while only one Republican nominee since 2000 won Iowa (George W. Bush in 2000).
Why is this? I have no idea. Maybe it’s because the Democrats rig their primaries. Maybe it’s simply because the best candidate tends to win the most states, Iowa included. It could be any number of reasons.
But clearly the Democratic Party feels Iowa is important, as evidenced by the fact that they blatantly rigged the election against Bernie and in favor of Buttigieg.
My question is this: why has the Democratic Party Establishment kicked Joe Biden to the curb in favor of the 38-year-old homosexual mayor of the fourth-largest city in Indiana? Is he really their best hope of defeating Trump?
The obvious answer would be that Biden is unfit to run for President given his obviously deteriorated mental facilities. The guy is falling apart; half the time he doesn’t even know what day of the week it is. It’s not a stretch to say this is the reason the Democratic Party Establishment–which he himself is a part of, or perhaps was a part of–is bailing on him.
Speaking of Biden, his media hype has officially collided reality. For a while I’ve suspected his candidacy was not nearly as popular with the voters as the polling suggested. I think his polling success was based mainly on a combination of his name recognition relative to the other candidates, as well as outright rigging of the polls by the media outlets conducting them because Biden is the Establishment’s Choice.
I’ve never felt like Biden was the true front-runner in the Democratic race, either he was a placeholder or the pre-determined nominee. But he’s no longer the front-runner. Polling in New Hampshire–the next primary on the calendar–shows Biden projected for another fourth-place finish. He’ll probably win in South Carolina, but even that could be in doubt now. It would appear Biden is cooked.
The only reason I want to talk about Biden is in relation to Buttigieg, specifically how Buttigieg replaced Biden as the apparent Chosen One in the eyes of the Party Establishment.
There are rumors that Buttigieg is CIA: somehow, this small-town mayor from Indiana received the endorsement of over 200 “foreign policy and national security professionals,” including former CIA Deputy Director David Cohen among many other CIA, State Department, Pentagon and NSC officials from the Obama-era That’s odd.
And how did Buttigieg become so popular in the first place? Why is no one talking about how unprecedented it is that the mayor of a town in Indiana has suddenly built a national profile for himself and has become one of the front-runners to win the Democratic nomination for President? You don’t just do that all on your own; it can only be done by having friends in high places.
There’s something up with Buttigieg. I don’t know exactly what it is, but for some reason his candidacy has the blessing of people high up the chain. He would not be where he is today without the permission of high-ranking officials and their mouthpieces in the media. Buttigieg is backed by powerful forces. He’s like an iceberg in that 90% of him is shrouded in mystery.
Keep in mind that it is an indisputable fact that the DNC rigged the 2016 primary for Hillary Clinton and cheated Bernie Sanders out of the nomination. Yes, it is a fact. A federal judge reviewing the case even admitted so in 2017:
“In June 2016, a class action lawsuit was filed against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz for violating the DNC Charter by rigging the Democratic presidential primaries for Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders. Even former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid admitted in July 2016, “I knew—everybody knew—that this was not a fair deal.” He added that Debbie Wasserman Schultz should have resigned much sooner than she did. The lawsuit was filed to push the DNC to admit their wrongdoing and provide Bernie Sanders supporters, who supported him financially with millions of dollars in campaign contributions, with restitution for being cheated.
On August 25, 2017, Federal Judge William Zloch, dismissed the lawsuit after several months of litigation during which DNC attorneys argued that the DNC would be well within their rights to select their own candidate. “In evaluating Plaintiffs’ claims at this stage, the Court assumes their allegations are true—that the DNC and Wasserman Schultz held a palpable bias in favor Clinton and sought to propel her ahead of her Democratic opponent,” the court order dismissing the lawsuit stated. This assumption of a plaintiff’s allegation is the general legal standard in the motion to dismiss stage of any lawsuit. The allegations contained in the complaint must be taken as true unless they are merely conclusory allegations or are invalid on their face.
The order then explained why the lawsuit would be dismissed. “The Court must now decide whether Plaintiffs have suffered a concrete injury particularized to them, or one certainly impending, that is traceable to the DNC and its former chair’s conduct—the keys to entering federal court. The Court holds that they have not.” The Court added that it did not consider this within its jurisdiction. “Federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction, possessing ‘only that power authorized by Constitution and statute.’”
The Court continued, “For their part, the DNC and Wasserman Schultz have characterized the DNC charter’s promise of ‘impartiality and evenhandedness’ as a mere political promise—political rhetoric that is not enforceable in federal courts. The Court does not accept this trivialization of the DNC’s governing principles. While it may be true in the abstract that the DNC has the right to have its delegates ‘go into back rooms like they used to and smoke cigars and pick the candidate that way,’ the DNC, through its charter, has committed itself to a higher principle.”
But ultimately, it is only the DNC itself that can choose (or choose not) to hold itself to those “higher principles.” The Court cannot make the DNC be “impartial and evenhanded.” Thus you have the Court conceding that the DNC is entirely within its rights to rig its party primary for its favored candidate.
Basically you had the DNC’s lawyers arguing that the voting and the primary process itself is just for show. They’ll only let the voters’ votes count if they vote for the candidate the DNC wants to get the nomination. If the voters go off-script, well, tough: the DNC is under no obligation to honor their wishes. The DNC can simply pick its own nominee.
It’s an extraordinary admission for the DNC to make, but their backs were against the wall: the primary was rigged against Sanders and everybody knew it, and so the DNC was facing the prospect of having to repay millions and millions of dollars of objectively wasted campaign donations that went to Bernie. Their only option was to admit that yes, they had rigged the campaign, but hey: it’s our Party, we can rig our primary if we want.
Of course, this incredible admission by the DNC was hardly reported in the mainstream media–the media was far too obsessed with propagating the Trump Russia Collusion Hoax. But the Federal Court ruling gave the DNC the green-light to rig every future election henceforth.
On Monday night, when the “quality control” news broke, it became clear that the Democratic Party was never again going to allow its elections to be decided by the voters. Every Democratic Party election from 2016 on will be rigged, and this is why Monday night unfolded as it did.