If we can't audit our nation's vote-counting software because the company claims it is proprietary information, I'm totally cool with that. But obviously the election has to be thrown out in whole for that very reason. I see no room for compromise on this point.
Who agreed to a no-audit deal with an election software company? Name ANYTHING you have ever heard that is dumber. Literally anything. You can't.
Will the Supreme Court give a free pass to an election that was non-transparent BY DESIGN? Accidental would be one thing, but non-auditable voting machines are not an accident.
Will the House?

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29 Nov
As a public service, I’m going to give you a way to trigger your anti-Trump family members into severe cognitive dissonance over the holidays.
When your uncle says Trump botched the coronavirus response and killed a quarter-million people, don’t just argue that Trump did great on vaccines. Instead. . .
Pace your uncle by agreeing the outcome so far is dreadful and Trump probably lost the election because of it. Then spring the trap...
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27 Nov
CNN keeps reporting that claims of election fraud are "baseless." I had to look up the word to be sure I still know what it means.

Merriam Webster defines "baseless" as "having no basis in reason or fact"
Given that courts have not ruled on all of the MANY alleged election fraud allegations, I agree to not call them verified facts. But does that qualify as baseless? The definition includes "reason," not just fact.

Let's look at the reason.
Crime happens 100% of the time when you have extreme motivation matched with ample opportunity. We have learned in the past week there are LOTS of opportunities for cheating in our porous election system so long as you can control the witnessing process, which is the case.
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20 Nov
Democrats are employing some excellent brainwashing technique to defend the election as fair. Here are some of their tricks.

1. "Refuses to concede" is making you think past the sale that Trump's legal challenges will fail. This is their main persuasion trick.

2. "Audit" is being used to make a simple recount of (alleged) fraudulent ballots seem as if that could potentially find all types of fraud, which a recount is not designed to do. When none is found (because they are not looking), they will declare it proof there was no fraud.
3. "No evidence" is being used to reframe "plenty of evidence but not yet proven in court."
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19 Nov
The best brainwashing trick the Democrats are using on the public is the assertion that because we do not yet having court-confirmed proof of election fraud it means there was no fraud.
For a normal crime -- let's say a burglary or murder -- no evidence of a crime could reasonably be interpreted to mean no crime happened. But an election should be seen as a "situation." And this particular situation GUARANTEES fraud to some extent.
Fraud ALWAYS happens when you have this setup: 1) Lots to gain by cheating, 2) Cheating is feasible, and 3) Lots of people involved (so you know some crooks are in the mix). That describes our election system.
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26 Oct
Trump’s “leave it all on the field, happy warrior” campaign strategy for the closing week is brilliant. We are wired to appreciate conspicuous effort, and we overweight whatever is happening recently.
He sponges up the news cycles, creates massive contrast to barely sentient Biden, and...
Trump’s extreme workload to entertain his supporters triggers the base to give back. Humans are wired for reciprocity. Trump works hard, so the least you can do is return the favor and vote.
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24 Oct
Question for Democrats: If you are 100% certain Trump is OBVIOUSLY a racist, how do you explain all the Black people who DON'T see it? Can there be that many Black people who don't recognize OBVIOUS racism?
The alternative hypothesis is that the media is capable of convincing most (but not all) of the public of any-damned-thing, and the left-leaning brainwashers decided to tell the public Trump is a racist. But what about all of the examples that prove their case, you ask?
Democrats don't have access to this information because the news is so siloed. But Republicans generally know the racism examples are fake news. The Fine People Hoax is the prime example. Half the country actually believes Trump called neo-Nazis "fine people." He did not.
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