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  • Too Tall

    Progtard Dildocrats doing their damndest to turn the United States into a third-world banana republic, and that is an insult to every other third-world nation and banana republic in the world.

    • PCChaos

      That, sir, is funny as hell, and why? Because it’s true.

  • Kafiroon

    Election corruption proudly brought to you blatantly with No fear of any retribution by your fellow Americans that want Nothing but the Best! for all of us.

    Large volume- high velocity PUke.

  • NotYetInACamp

    The thieving in today’s world.
    Aren’t we totally modern.

  • Pamela

    Redo the Vote . In Person. Show ID.

    • Paladin

      And just like Iraq; dip you finger in purple ink. To mark you already voted, done.

      • MasterDiver

        Yes, but we also need a way to block “found” ballots from being brought into the counting centers. THAT seems to be where the cheeting is going on.

        “I don’t care who does the voting, as long as I do the counting”
        -J. Stalin

        Zar Belk!

        • Old Codger

          The version of Stalin’s quote with which I’m familiar is

          “It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”

          Note that PolitiFact and Facebook (two of the most reliable sources out there) both rate this quote as apocryphal. The cynic in me suggests that the left would never attribute anything so blatant to one of their idols.

  • JTC

    I am morose.

    As we live and breathe, our freedom to live and breathe is being stolen from us.

    And realistically there’s not a damn thing that we can do about it.

    • WayneM

      You’re not alone.

      It’s tough to watch some 20-odd percent of Americans celebrating the worst & most blatant voter fraud in American history as if it’s a great victory… rather than being shocked & repulsed by the fraud.

      Yeah, I’m pulling the percentage out of thin air. I can’t see it being more than that tho… The non-celebrating Dems are the low-info types… and, of course, the many deceased voters who never fail to cast their ballot somehow…

  • The crew might be interested in the latest blog post by Larry Correia. The author of the Monster Hunter International series, Larry was a defence contract accountant/auditor, used to doing complicated shit. His viewpoint is similar to ours, on the shenanigans we see…
    MonsterHunterNation.com give it a look-see….

  • DogByte6RER

    It’s time to go Medieval … let’s start by cutting off their thumbs.

    • Punta Gorda

      Screw that… half them by their genitalia.

      • Punta Gorda

        “Hang

        • Too Tall

          I like the idea of “half,” as long as there is no anesthesia involved.

    • William Henry

      I see a future involving rope… lots of rope and strange fruit dancing in air.

    • John

      We can only hope this is the real deal and not some wacko daydream.
      Marking the true ballots this was is the equivalent of putting serial numbers on currency. The number sequence is known only to the Treasury and fakes and duplicates are easily identified.

    • Pamela

      This was removed for violating terms of service

    • WayneM

      Gosh, how shocking… the video was removed for terms of service issues…

  • Butte Bill

    In 1963 I ran for home room president in 6th grade. I was the boy candidate; I can’t remember the girl candidate’s name. In a class of 25 students, I got about 15 votes; my opponent received almost 40. The teacher was happy with our democracy in action.

    • Old Codger

      Two Democrat principles

      Vote early, vote often

      Every vote counts! Count every vote!

    • John

      Let me guess.
      The teacher was a Democrat?

    • rickn8or

      Key word: “democracy”

      Fasten your seatbelts kids; it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

  • Bren

    The worst thing about this whole mess isn’t the cheating. Cheating is what Democrats do. It’s that they no longer seem interested in hiding it.

    In fact, I’m coming around to the notion that they deliberately chose Biden to prove that they could field a vegetable and still cheat it over the line. Just to rub our faces in it.

  • Halley

    Watching “progressives”, in the US and around the world, openly cheer on a brazenly criminal voter fraud coup, it reminds me of nothing more than watching “progressives” gloat over the 9/11 attacks (which they absolutely did, being on the same anti-US side as the Jihad). Media now totally Dark, desperate to install Harris by any means necessary. Sick to my stomach doesn’t begin to describe it.

    2020 – the year the Left finally admitted their satanic intentions.
    What providential good fortune that Amy was seated on the Court just in time.

  • Oldarmourer

    And yet, in the end, nothing will be done because the courts and prosecutors are so heavily skewed that no charges will ever be laid…
    You could run film of pelosi standing at an industrial sized photocopier cranking out ballots then getting the AG from Pennsylvania to mark them and pass them to whitwer to be counted and nothing…would…happen.
    It took less than this in 1776 and for the russians in 1917…much less
    Much will be said and much will be blustered but nothing-will-be-done
    And thus it ends…not with a bang but a whimper
    Nice country you had, learn chinese.

  • If Trump (and by extension, we) prevail(s) in the courts, this election fraud attempt will have exposed the corruption in a dramatic way that cleans things up going forward.

    And I’m pretty sure my friend said he saw boxes of ballots dropped at Cobo Hall between 3 and 4 am, not a thumb drive.

  • My Way Or --->

    Hmnmm….. this seems odd…. the election ballots are NOT just for the presidency. They also involve state and local elections.

    So where’s the rest of the “vote” on these ballots…..?

    If these “ballots” are marked only for the presidency, then == well, they ain’t real.

    Why is it that people on that side of the fence always want a slut in that office?

    • Wood

      Exactly. I’ve been wondering the same thing. Are they stealing the house and senate too? Pres can’t anything done without meaningful support there. At this point I’m only hopeful for political gridlock over the next 4 years. Just need to shred an executive orders from a Harris presidency. Trump needs to abolish and disband the atf on his way out the door.

      • Doggo

        the KISS principle says they should commit fraud in as few states as possible. Makes the coverup easier. House races are harder to steal because they are local. You’ve got to have operatives in every district. However, they did flip the senate seat in Arizona.

  • Halley

    This is good: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/11/is_ballotgate_the_single_greatest_crime_in_modern_american_history.html

    We’re in Crime of the Century territory now. It may be “fun” exposing these Leftist ghouls, but it’s not a game anymore. 4 years of Democrat guerrilla warfare against The Constitution just got very real.

    Almost as appalling: the number of “conservative” pundits/websites posting stuff like “Well, we’ll just have to get use to a President Biden”. Retch. Spineless GOPers: be gone.

    • John

      The Demoralization of America has been a project long in the works, the work of generations in fact.
      It seems nothing can penetrate it either. I used to frequent a discussion group of elderly people who habitually denigrated the U.S.
      while simultaneously expressing their incredulity at the hell bent determination of some people from over the border to break into our country to better themselves at the risk of their very lives.

    • Old Codger

      I’m no “Spineless GOPer” but I know when to surrender. There are two types of issues. Those requiring strength and/or courage to change the things we CAN change and those requiring serenity to accept what we CANNOT change. A wise person is able to distinguish between the two. I remain convinced that this election is a b>serenity issue. As King Solomon put it, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens”. There is a time to fight and, I believe, a time to surrender to the inevitable. King Solomon also wrote, “What is crooked cannot be straightened”.

      We cannot win in the courts because, as @Oldarmourer put it

      “the courts and prosecutors are so heavily skewed that no charges will ever be laid

      There is an old saying to the effect that, “When rape is inevitable, lie back and enjoy it!”. I do not say we should enjoy what is coming but, short of full-on civil war, I don’t see much that little people such as ourselves can to stop that which I believe is coming. Even a civil war would not STOP the Democrats – not immediately. Thses things take time to develop. The Boston Massacre occurred in 1770. Paul Revere’s famous ride (to warn that the Redcoats were marching for Lexington and Concord) occurred in April of 1775 but the Declaration of Independence was not signed until 1776.

      Think about it. Have we even had the rhyme (to use Sam Clemens’ phrase) to the Boston Massacre yet? We may well see it in the next 4 or 8 years. If so then it will be a very long time before my children and grandchildren (I will be long dead) see the current iteration of Lexington and Concord and even longer before the rhyme to 1776.

      • Oldarmourer

        I said that no CHARGES would be laid…
        Findings of malfeasance by the Supreme Court is a different story
        Improper results or cases of blatant fraud can be remediated,
        although unlikely given the questionable rulings by some Justices
        Assigning blame in any tangible means is out of the question…
        Even Rep politicians wouldn’t do that because they might be next
        ‘Honour among thieves’, ‘professional courtesy’ and all that…
        and the “ballot box or the cartridge box’ is certainly an idea
        and one that’s been used in the past, it won’t happen today
        mostly because people are too ‘civilized’

        • Kafiroon

          Well the statement I just stole from American Thinker certainly applies:
          “Never bring a Republican to a street fight.”
          -Jay Valentine
          I’ll expand that to court fight, vote fight, Hell, ANY fight.
          A soi boy may look mean at them.

  • Mr. Bishop

    Never though I’d live to see the death of The Republic but when they started with the mail-in ballot scam, the writing was on the wall. The dems tested the model in 2008 when they “found” enough votes to get that idiot Al Franken into the Senate. It was only a matter of time before they applied to a presidential election.

    And to make matters worse, I see that Colorado passed Prop 113 to essentially let Kalifornia, NY, and Chicago choose how to apply their electoral votes.

  • JohnB

    “A Republic, if you can keep it.”

    Was this last election actually the final election? We can’t count on the legislature to do squat. The courts may deliver some small bit of hope but we are already seeing election officials in urban areas ignoring their orders. MSM will keep the majority of the populous in the dark, with both WaPo and NYT calling Trump’s fraud claims “baseless.” Can the Republic be saved? Does America even want to be saved or are too many content to have a boot stamping on a human face—for ever?

  • Sean

    Is there any confirmation on this? I can’t find this anywhere.

  • JTC

    We know who our enemies are.

    Time to find out who our “friends” are.

  • Spin Drift

    Note the silence, not from the TV talking heads, the print, or the opposition. It is the silence of our representatives, who we voted for. There is going to be a great culling of the herd and those who spoke in silence about the deeds done this week, will be remembered for they are not our countrymen.

    They ran for cover and have hid in the shadows, hoping to not enrage those who they think will be the new masters. Their calculus is faulty as even now the True Master of this country rise up and reclaim the right to govern themselves.

    The Great Awakening of We the People is upon the land and woe be it to anyone who stands in our way. The transgressions and usurpations of the last 100 years will be thrown off. Their will be a blood letting but the righteous will prevail. Stand Tall, Hold Fast, Aim Small, Hard Task.

    Spin

  • JTC

    Hence the “friends” who will join the enemies in our struggle…we see who you are you spineless cowards and traitors, just drop the pretense and go ahead and join your friends and funders on the left.

    Considering that the outcome and aftermath are foregone, I am tempted to say it might be interesting and even fun, for DT and his entourage to just take their “papers” and walk away immediately upon the announcement of a D “win”.

    And let McConnell hand over the gavel to the head D there, giving the majority to them all at the same time by having some of the defacto D’s there make it official.

    Now they’ve got the control they think they want. Now what? From our standpoint it couldn’t be worse than the protracted battle and maybe war that will come otherwise, and this way it will incur great damage but they will implode sooner than later and with less collateral loss and less time lost than the other way. Then those of us who are still willing and able -or our children- will begin to rebuild from the ashes; think of a forest fire and the rebirth it brings once the dead wood and invasive species are eliminated.

    Best thing would be the deer in the headlights looks on Biden, Pelosi, and Schumer when they realize that there is no more fighting, conniving, lying, cheating, stealing and creating crises to bring down DT and instead it’s them that have to actually “do something” to magically cure all the nation’s ills like they’ve been promising to do.

    • JTC

      Really warming to this twisted plan…

      Trump and the Mrs. plan a grand Thanksgiving farewell, appropriately thanking God and the Deplorables for the opportunity to help save the Republic and us thanking him for his service, his accomplishments, and his incredible sacrifices in doing it. And then…

      And then they pack up and leave, taking his beautiful family back to their beautiful home(s) and their beautiful life…and see what the progs and their enablers and all their dark swamp creatures can do with Christmas for which they ragged on poor Melania unmercifully, and running this country for which they ragged on our boy and dogged and attacked and lied from beginning to end but never broke him or his spirit or his pure heart…and we can sit back and watch as they self-destruct.

      Yes they will destroy much that is good too, but compared to the force and violence and time to wage war on them and and remove them, I submit it will be more effective and faster for them to die by their own hand.

      So they have stolen the presidency…give it to them ahead of time along with the senate by conversion of the Rino’s to Dino’s, full control to make or break us…or to make or break them. And we will be ready in ‘24 to take back what is left without complaint or confrontation and build back the nation that is ours if we can take it and if we can keep it, this time.

  • Old Codger

    In 1787, someone (supposedly some lady) asked Benjamin Franklin about the result of the Constitutional Convention. She is supposed to have asked,

    “Well Doctor what have we got a republic or a monarchy?”

    To which Franklin is supposed to have responded,

    “A republic, if you can keep it.”

    But that was not all Franklin had to say on the subject. Someone in the crowd immediately piped up and asked, “And why not keep it?” to which Franklin replied

    “Because the people, on tasting the dish, are always disposed to eat more of it than does them good.”

    In a much less famous quote, Franklin also had something to say about the office of the POTUS. Franklin said,

    “The first man put at the helm will be a good one. Nobody knows what sort may come afterwards,”

    then he went on to say,

    “The executive will be always increasing here, as elsewhere, till it ends in a monarchy.”

    Heaven help us, think we’re about to find out just what “sort” comes afterwards.

    Time to draw straws. Short straw gets to tell Franklin we couldn’t.

    • Coeurmaeghan

      What was on that Utube video? I certainly can’t derive a clue from the address.

  • cb

    God helps those who help themselves… iirc. Don’t expect a win, here or ‘over there’, until our ROE are the same as theirs.

  • interventor

    His account rings true to me. Much of my career paralleled his. Except, was more varied.

  • interventor

    Philadelphia is absolutely rotten as to vote counting. So much, so wrong.

  • Halley

    Perhaps just wishful thinking, but… but…
    It is a certainty PDT knew the extent of voter fraud the Left had planned. Also, he – we still have no explanation whatsoever why – has waited over 2 years to drop the boom on the top-tier Spygate criminals. And we can with utter confidence assume PDT understands in every fiber of his being that decimating the power of the Democrats and their MSM is the alpha and omega of MAGA. Putting these puzzle pieces in the same room, not knowing yet how they may fit, I wonder if PDT doesn’t know exactly what he’s doing in this endgame of grandmaster chess… ?

  • My Way Or --->

    OK ,OK, OK, listen up!! NOW!

    I have read a VALID forecast by a Deloitte Intl financial analyst, back in June this year, that we are heading toward a real recession which will last until about mid-2024. I have also read a similar forecast by an analyst who specializes in market timing – recession until mid-2024. Neither of these people mentioned Trump or anyone else.

    Why is this important??? Glad you asked.

    It means that, no matter who is in the Oval Office in this next term, a recession IS going to take place and whoever is at the helm will get blamed for it.

    I hope that part is clear: it does not matter who will be President: he will be blamed for it, period. Neither analyst said it would be either severe or mild: just that it WILL happen.

    What does this mean? In my view as follow:

    If Trump gets the nod instead of Biden, it will be mild and people will be able to start back to real work instead of being at home all the time.

    If Biden gets the nod, I believe very sincerely that it will be at least as bad as the grindingly bad economy that followed the collapse of the stock market in 1929.

    Either way, you should be preparing your family and your homes for loss of supplies that you take for granted, such as food and low-level medical items. Make sure your prescriptions are up to date, too. And be aware, also, that the Covid-19 bug is still around, no vaxx is available yet, and the flu shot will keep you at least in reasonably good health.

    Trump is fiscally competent, despite the blockhead crap he’s had from the Hof Reps, and is more likely to get us through a tough time ahead with a lower risk of bad economic times.

    Biden is NOT fiscally competent; he is a spendthrift, with no idea where money really comes from, and Harris is worse than he is. Other people’s money means literally nothing to either of them. I believe that Biden & Harris between them will run this country right into bankruptcy, which will take a long recovery, with Pelosi pounding the “SPEND! SPEND! SPEND!’ drum as hard as she can.

    You do not have to agree with me, but this is my view and I do not take any of this lightly at all.

    • JTC

      True as to the results ma’am but missing the cause. Always remember that “analysts” are experts and what they accurately say about those, and that them that can do and them that can’t talk about it and “analyze”.

      We are in a recession now, one entirely of the leftists’ making; we can pull out of it in months under Deplorable/DJT guidance or years under the socialists/commies unless as I outline above they collapse and die under the weight of it.

      Either way you are right about the prep; survival goods in the former scenario that now seems to have been taken away from us, and the tools of violent defense in the latter as the hordes leave the cities in search of you and your shit.

      Forget the talking heads, they only know what has already been ordained,or have their own angle…and they typically don’t know shit anyway, witness the polls that all said we would be awash in a sea of blue amid the Biden tidal wave right now instead of stealing/creating a few votes here and there to keep the fix from getting broke.

      An aside for you My Way…
      Are you Delilah?

      • interventor

        Canned goods are better than most survivalist meals. Except for tomato products, they have a shelf life of about 20 years, and don’t require cooking. Plus, most survival meals are carb heavy. For tomato products, look for glass.

    • interventor

      Pretty much, done and done. Include water, unless, you have a nice creek in the backyard, like me. And, plenty of purification means.

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