Give Mike Pence a blindfold and a cigarette

We’re running out of tin foil

Here is a real prediction: Republicans will NOT nominate Donald Trump in 2024; he has already tarnished his brand and that of his party. His cult of personality is attracting more paranoids like Lin Wood. They make the John Birchers sound sane. Trump’s bitter enders are willing to tear up the Constitution in order to “save” America. Social media gladiators who label their political opponents as “traitors” are cowards who have never run for office themselves, much less been given the responsibility of office.  People who believe everything is a conspiracy will believe any absurdity.

Lin Wood

This is the guy who says Jeffrey Epstein really did NOT kill himself — because he is alive and blackmailing John Roberts! Anyone who disagrees is a TRAITOR!

About David Blaska

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65 Responses to Give Mike Pence a blindfold and a cigarette

  1. Jon Burack says:

    Dave,
    I agree with you as to the conspiracy-theory nut cases out there now. I do wish you would consider more than you seem inclined to as to how real flaws in the mail-in vote process do justify a great deal of concern. Concern that only Republicans are voicing. Also that the nuttiness of people like Lin Wood, which you justly skewer, is only the latest instance of this sign of loss of faith in the process, and that most of the past examples of it have come from Democrats starting way back in 2005. This Power Line entry seems relevant.
    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2021/01/accepting-the-electoral-college-vote-or-not.php

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    • patrickmoloughlin says:

      The problem is that the two separate issues of voter fraud and election law violations have been combined into one giant effort to overturn the election, strictly for the benefit of Trump. The legitimate concerns over irregularities, back dating and harvesting of ballots are thrown right in with the nuttiest of theories and there’s Trump cheering on every single one of them without distinction. They’re ALL good as far as he’s concerned. He could not care less about the mess he’s leaving. If he can’t be the pitcher, he’ll take the ball, the bats and the gloves before he leaves. He cares not one wit for the integrity of future elections.

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        • ObviousFraudIsObvious says:

          Those are the only election fraud allegations you wrote about! I can recall nary a word form Blaska about the far more numerous credible allegations…

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        • dad29 says:

          And you know this about Trump with Biblical Certainty………..how?

          Trump’s ACTUAL lawyer–Jenna Ellis–condemned Wood’s flapjaw almost immediately. Perhaps Trump didn’t do so because he doesn’t read your emails?

          Trump has called out the Election Fraud perpetrated by the Democrats who were ably assisted by Republican poohbahs–IOW, the “Establishment” against which Trump successfully ran, and who have hated his guts ever since.

          We need not look too far to see the members of that group, do we?

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      • Batman says:

        Patrick,
        The real problem is no court is willing to be the spark that ignites massive widespread violent rioting should the election be overturned because of proven fraud and election law violations. I presume a judge can selectively throw out what you call “the nuttiest of theories” while examining other evidence.

        Of course Trump benefits from the truth coming out; he’s the other candidate, but the whole country benefits as well.

        Please clarify what exactly the “mess” is that *Trump* is leaving and how you know he is doing so purposefully, gleefully, and with indifference to “future election integrity.”

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        • richard lesiak says:

          Gohmert and several other Repubs. are yelling for the righties to take to the streets if Biden is confirmed. WTF?

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        • patrickmoloughlin says:

          Trump’s insistence on blind support for everything that is flung against the wall in his attempt to overturn the election will leave the Republican party a total fustercluck. Trump cares about Trump. Henry Clay said “I’d rather be right than president.” Trump’s approach has always been, “I’d rather be president than right.”

          Investigate and expose all the fraud you can. I’m not willing to overlook any shenanigans. But don’t come here with the idea that you are going to overturn, invalidate or even delegitimize the results at this point. And if you do “throw out” the nutty stuff, you’ll find that what’s left does not warrant any change in the result. Election reform? Sure, but there’s lot’s of time for that. They should not be challenging electors in my opinion.

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      • Jon Burack says:

        I agree Patrick. This is consistent with the point I was making.

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        • Batman says:

          Patrickmolo,
          Ya’ll want proof right now.
          How long did Mueller investigate Trump unimpeded and at what cost?
          *Proving* what was intended to be concealed over several states requires time, money, a lot of manpower, and unless a Mueller level investigation is conducted many millions will not view Biden as legitimate and will always question future elections. Heck, even thirty percent of dems do not trust the validity of this election because it reeks of fraud and rigging.
          Powell and others have already uncovered a lot, with but a tiny fraction of the people’s resources Mueller siphoned but again; what judge is brave enough to be the one responsible for widespread violent rioting. You know darn well the investigation alone would spark massive riots. The Left is leveraging pending violence to intimidate judges and elected reps from giving the green light into a deep dive.

          The RINO party old-timers sold their souls long ago just like the other side.
          The two so-called covid stimulus Bills are perfect examples of that, so the fustercluck you fear has been upon us for decades.

          Your entire first paragraph is an unsubstantiated and easily refutable rant of personal grievance. You only need to backtrack through this blogsite alone to read about Trump’s accomplishments that defy your *only for personal gain* smear.

          Finally, you tell Batman “But don’t come here with the idea that you are going to overturn, invalidate or even delegitimize the results at this point.”
          Have you gone over to the dark side of the *silencing cancel culture*?
          Do you have an issue with freedom of speech and the questioning of election conduct, elected reps, and judicial decisions?

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      • patrickmoloughlin says:

        Batman,

        I have never denied Trump’s substantial accomplishments. I am grateful for his SC appointments. I applaud his foreign policy positions. None of that has anything to do with his current actions, and it does not insulate him from criticism (at least from me.)

        The Republican party is being very effectively split and you have defined the line of demarcation. There’s the side you like to call RINO’s. That would be folks like Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse, John McCain. Recently the entire Bush family has been added to the group. And of course there’s the long list of REAL conservatives who tried to help, but turned out to be insufficiently loyal to the Orange Man. John Bolton, Jeff Sessions, Bill Barr, Rex Tillerson, General Kelly. Now they’re all RINOs. I find this particularly irritating since Donald Trump was truly the original Republican In Name Only. He couldn’t even vote for himself in the New York primary in 2016 BECUASE HE WASN’T A REGISTERED REPUBLICAN! (Neither were any of his kids.) How much money had he contributed to Republicans? Zero. How much for Chuck Schummer and Hillary Clinton? Hundreds of thousands. Yeah DT was just as much of a Republican as Bloomberg was when he borrowed the label.

        The other side? That would be the one headed up by Sidney Powell, Lin Wood, Q-anon and any random escapee from Mendota. Statistical analysis is very interesting and can certainly point out anomalies, but it does not constitute proof.

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    • David Blaska says:

      What patricmoloughlin said.

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  2. Lars says:

    That Time When Voter Fraud Popped John Thune (redstate.com)
    That Time When Voter Fraud Popped John Thune (redstate.com)
    A Year Of Lies: The Top Seven Myths Of 2020 (townhall.com)
    Dems Have Objected to Electoral Vote Certification before (pjmedia.com)Tenney back in the lead as review of ballots continues in NY-22 (hotair.com)

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  3. richard lesiak says:

    Looks like the gop is eating their own and trump is running the buffet. Funny to watch.

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  4. sentient7 says:

    Do us all a service. Present the facts. How accurate is the 250+ page pdf by Sidney Powell that documents fraud and irregularities? As a public service, present honest, fact-based journalism. The issues are too important. We don’t need another iteration of Onion satire.

    In what court has Powell been allowed to present evidence of fraud? Who has determined that her claims are bogus or an outgrowth of a conspiracy? [remember that the entire 3.5 years of Mueller and collusion with Russia were factually based on the work of Hillary’s contract with her law firm. ]

    Who could construct a conspiracy theory that Hillary, in violation of federal law, kept a separate, private and unsecured email system just to avoid accountability? Historical realities trump dismissive claims of a “wingnut tinfoil brigade.”

    Why do you persist in ducking the issues and empirical evidence? What remedies, if any, do you propose for election illegalities?

    If you can, consider adding something of substance to the discussion. I’ll hazard that most of us would appreciate anything other than more snide remarks that emulate those of Kimmel, Fallon, and Colbert.

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    • fritzderkat says:

      Dittos.

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    • Jon Burack says:

      As to empirical evidence, I note the absence of any from you, Sentient. You are not alone.

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      • sentient7 says:

        Evidence from MOI? Well, as a simple private citizen, I am not in a position to travel to all the disputed locations of alleged illegal activity, gather facts, and record testimonies. I have read Sidney Powell’s book –Licensed to Lie — and I believe she deserves an opportunity to present her evidence in court. Thus far, she has been denied. There are too many limp-wristed judges who do not want to deal with the issue of illegality, including the Supremes.

        I do not know if Powell had good evidence. Her reputation is excellent, but that does not necessarily mean in this case, she is accurate. Without an opportunity, we shall never know.

        In a related matter, I found the case and evidence of Jim Troupis accurate, logical, and compelling. The Wis Supreme’s ducked the issue. Hang-my-liberal-dong issued an opinion that reminded me of a Nazi judge who dismissed, as baseless, Jewish claims of confiscation by the government. Or closer to contemporary judicial malfeasance, consider the behavior of little Emmet Sullivan.

        By simple comparison, who would accept phony accounting of votes as The Methodology for Banks to follow in preparing your monthly statement?

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    • David Blaska says:

      Sentient asks: “In what court has Powell been allowed to present evidence of fraud?” In several states, where her cases were laughed out of court. Let’s start with federal court in Michigan:

      “U.S. District Court Judge Linda V. Parker made clear in her ruling, which rejected Powell’s request for injunctive relief, that those conspiracy theories were not based on any actual evidence, noting that the plaintiffs did not actually give proof that any votes were flipped, but rather brought “an amalgamation of theories, conjecture, and speculation that such alterations were possible.”
      https://www.forbes.com/sites/alisondurkee/2020/12/07/sidney-powell-michigan-lawsuit-gets-shut-down-in-court/?sh=644950361f88

      “Trump and his allies filed a deluge of lawsuits in the wake of the November election that sought to overturn the election results in key battleground states Biden won, which resulted in nearly 60 court losses and only one minor win. The GOP’s litigation has been widely dismissed as meritless by legal experts, and their lawsuits—particularly those filed by Powell—have been derided for widespread errors that range from minor typos to major factual issues, including mixing up states, making allegations about counties that don’t exist and naming plaintiffs who had not agreed to sign on to the lawsuit.”

      https://www.forbes.com/sites/alisondurkee/2020/12/23/dominion-smartmatic-strike-back-trump-and-his-lawyers-giuliani-sidney-powell-face-possible-legal-consequences-for-flimsy-election-challenges/?sh=393d12ecca9b

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  5. A Voice in the Wilderness says:

    Squire says, “People who believe everything is a conspiracy will believe any absurdity.” This thought is a good segue into that old Voltaire quote: “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.”

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    • sentient7 says:

      I do not believe in conspiracies, but I don’t rule them out……especially if the empirical evidence proves such. Make your claim, Voice. Be specific. To whom are you making a criticism……..and about what subject or issue? (ps…some how my alias was registered as a Liked. I do NOT like your comment. I think it is silly.

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      • A Voice in the Wilderness says:

        sentient 7: Disliked my comment? Tough. Will relay your words to Voltaire via ouija board. He was a brilliant thinker who knew human nature. My criticism is of Republicans who are claiming election fraud conspiracy in the 2020 Presidential election without proof. The burden is on them to provide evidence. My “silly” comment has really bothered you, it seems.

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      • dad29 says:

        sentient, so long as “trusted sources” like Reuters, Forbes, Time, and AP are the standard, you’re wasting your time and breath. FYI, today’s RedState has an excellent item which demonstrates the Fraud in spades–but no court will accept the evidence due to the nature of the case.

        Trump has pointed out the multiple, horrific, ways in which the D party has undermined voting integrity. Some members of the Fat/Happy Establishment will NEVER accept his revelations, nor his Presidency, nor that they are at the ragged end of their game. They think Mittens is an American Hero and so is Paul Ryan.

        Nothing you can do about it, friend.

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    • Gg Mo says:

      Atrocities while Nero fiddles : (note Ronald Reagan’s role) https://www.bitchute.com/video/vVjEHE5I9eLB/

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  6. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Cancel Rent We Want Everything

    Trouble in San Fran$#!TSHOW; looks like the Lefties are eating their own, pork (with…um…delicious irony) happens to be a featured menu item, and SanFranNan will be your waitperson.

    Despicable Lefties left her a Godfatheresque HINT (with a PIG HEAD chaser!) subtly indicating that a mere $2 grand won’t cut it.

    Funniest thing; most SoyBoy/beta male Lefties have their rent paid and their EBTs reloaded each month, yet that ain’t enough more More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!t!

    Despicable generationally dependent Lefties!!!

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      How ahout the RWNJ’s that hit up Mitch’s abode? HMMMM Are you going to join the Proud Boys on the 6th for that shits34w? Remember; trump asked for the 2k. Everything was wrapped up till that dumdass crawled out of a sand-trap and shot his mouth off. Are you going into the streets like Gohmert is telling people to do?

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  7. Bob Dane says:

    Hey Lin, the trick is to let the other guys be the insane ones.

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  8. Gary Kriewald says:

    Americans find themselves in the unenviable position of allowing Trump’s bitter-enders to tear up the Constitution through violent resistance or allowing the same thing to happen in slow motion during Obama’s third term (sorry, the Biden administration). If nothing else, the politics of 2020 made clear the allure of Fascism.

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  9. richard lesiak says:

    ROJO wants to throw out the election results. I bet the 7 million voters that put Biden in office will be more than a little pi#$ed about this. Get your retirement in order Ronny; your done in 2 years.

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  10. georgessson says:

    Possibly the Squire’s shortest blog post. Possibly the most tragic reveal of reality.

    Dang it -Trump had it all in his hands but therein laid the problem. Petty narcissistic rants have trumped his renomination in 2024, as they did this in years reelection…

    Georgia looms even more significant. Losing a newly elected Republican House rep doesn’t help either…

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    • Batman says:

      Gssson,
      Do you think Biden won fair and square?

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      • georgessson says:

        A decent question, Batman, tho: “fair and square?” Going back thru time, JFK’s father’s “assistance” certainly wasn’t fair and square, and a repeat of prior elections. And undoubtedly a predecessor to future elections —But… so what? Trump shoulda won bigly and had he, all this brouhaha & chaos woulda been avoided. Incessant Tweets and odd ‘phone calls are not statesmanship. IMHO, we need some peace and quiet, as long as we prevail in the Senate. We somehow got thru EIGHT years of Obama, surely we can endure/strengthen until 2024 ?

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        • Batman says:

          Gssson,
          You type out a lot of words that only manage to sidestep such a simple straightforward question. You may have a future in politics after all.

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  11. richard lesiak says:

    I’ve been hearing a lot of really harsh words from trump, gohmert, cruz, johnson, etc lately. We are 72 hours away from the shit hitting the fan. Wonder where they will be. In their bunkers writing denials about setting the country on fire? Someone is going to die over this.

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  12. Lars says:

    Peter Navarro Nails It: Six Key Election Fraud Strategies in Key States That Prove Trump Won · Conservative Society
    He Has Receipts: Liberal Reporter Calls Out Democrats’ Hypocrisy Over Objecting Election Results (townhall.com)
    How to Break Through the Media Fog on the Massive Election Fraud (redstate.com)
    Mathematician Bobby Piton Finds More Than 500,000 Unique Last Names in Pennsylvania: `Sophisticated State Actor Was Able to Optimize Desired Outcome’ · Conservative Society
    Citizens Object To 2020 Election (townhall.com)
    Whistleblower Drove Ballots From New York to Pennsylvania (pjmedia.com)
    The perils of making Diane Abbott jokes | The Spectator
    Things That Donald Trump Did Not Do (townhall.com)
    COVID Has Killed Her Hundreds of Thousands, But Abortion Has Killed Her Tens of Millions (townhall.com)

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  13. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Cancel Rent We Want Everything

    LaLaLoopyLoonyLeftyLand Lefties have…um…refined (READ: Dumbed Down) their FREE $#!T demands.

    This, in an effort to more effectively play well-heeled White Guilt Suffocated Lefties like Stradivarii, and to exploit the crippling imbecility of their vote for a living base.

    Recall the Occubaggers, a result of the disastrous Hopeless Changey Administration?

    They were FAR MORE specific with the level and variety of FREE $#!T to which they saw themselves entitled…$20 per hour whether you WORKED OR NOT being just one of them.

    Sheesh! Just how breathtakingly stupid-n-lazy are these up-n-coming career Lefties? Anyone with a whit of sense could plainly see that wasn’t viable economic policy, am I right?

    Anywho, Occubaggers are but a laughable afterthought; we all know why.

    And here comes their next iteration.

    Fool me once……..

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      None of that made any sense at all.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      Some people are not only disturbingly comfortable with a positively staggering level of ignorance, but inexplicably continue to display it as though it were something with which to take pride.

      #PitiablyPathetic!!

      The Gotch

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      • richard lesiak says:

        You have beating that Free-Sh6t story forever. Get some new material.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        The Gotch wonders aloud if Bi-Polar bares fans will be needing more More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!t seeing’s they got their sorry @$$e$ handed to them AT HOME in Soldier Field.

        It gets worse.

        The pathetic midgets of the midway GOT SWEPT by the 13 Time World Champion Green Bay Packers.

        One more thing..

        GO PACKERS!!!

        The Gotch

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  14. richard lesiak says:

    So Ron Johnson has gone all Jim Crow on our state. What’s the matter Ron; too many blacks voted in Nov. You and your boss trump upset with that? Why are you throwing your own state under the bus? What’s next posting online using a fake name?

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  15. ObviousFraudIsObvious says:

    I already read this story on MSM. Nice liberal blog. Losing readers every day.
    Unfortunately my attempts to link to Sheryl Atkinson’s lists of credible election fraud allegations have been met with the same censorship I would expect from the CCP.
    Enjoy your RINO life Blaska, the country dies on Jan. 5th in GA and it’s because of RINOs like you that somehow the GOP does not see it coming.

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  16. elizdelphi says:

    I think Trump actually won and am inclined to think that while yes there were state level issues of election laws not being followed, ballot harvesting and things like that by the Dem machine, not only that but it does look to me like there was national coordination of other major crimes to fix the election. The voting software adjudication that can set the individual votes to whomever the adjudicator decides, and other features of voting software were obviously part of how it worked. The info we have now is all stuff that the general public has been able to figure out. Do you think the Trump admin does not have additional info? Some branches of intelligence ARE Trump friendly, such as defense intelligence and the space force. December 6th they may provide us with more of that info. What WAS the deal with untracked USPS shipments of huge amounts of completed mail ballots across state lines to multiple swing states? Did that or did that not happen? Pence is now signaling he doesn’t think he can accept contested Biden electors so easily. If Trump admin has good knowledge of election swinging fraud then of course they should fight, in keeping with constitutionality, to retain the presidency or at least to have another, contingent election.

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  17. Lars says:

    Tucker goes into detail about the voter fraud that we know happened, what’s been admitted, and why it’s perfectly acceptable to expose audiences to that information. He also touches on why so many Americans feel angst about how the process is playing out.

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  18. Alfred E Neuman says:

    All summer long I read posts here calling for prosecution of the BLM protesters, and assorted rioters for breaking the law. How bout a big shout-out to prosecute this republican administration for breaking the law.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/595

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  19. elizdelphi says:

    Look at what Lin Wood is saying now. We have all heard of this before, I think, and we have seen a massive fury of media arrayed against it being true. Lin says he has the encryption key, and the encrypted files very doubtless are on the internet. So there’s a way of finding out if he’s insane or if the truth is some absolutely demonic things have been going on. Trump must investigate and explain if Lin is insane or not.

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    • richard -lesiak says:

      He’s insane. As is trump. Proven by the Georgia phone call. Trump’s father was locked up late in life for going off the rails. Runs in the family.

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      • elizdelphi says:

        I reviewed the contents of the GA phone call and what Trump says makes sense to me as making an argument based on the affidavit evidence that his own and other allied attorneys have offered so far, while the GA officials come across as less aware of evidence and refusing to investigate. Courts have been dismissing cases without ruling on the merits. Let them lay out what info there is in the senate. Trump and co assert they have additional information.

        In the end it isn’t a matter of opinion, are you on the side that doesn’t really want to know if elections/vote fraud happened and no new information of any sort would sway you?

        I want the truth, that’s all. It needs real investigation.

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  20. georgessson says:

    “Gssson,
    You type out a lot of words that only manage to sidestep such a simple straightforward question. You may have a future in politics after all.”

    Batman, This comment is not up to your usual standards. Your posts prior to the election are notably cogent and interesting. But I realize your frustration.

    To answer your query: Perhaps this election was rigged, (maybe attempted by BOTH parties). I do not presume to know. In any case, frustrating or not, it’s a moot question. Let’s gird our loins for next battle.

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    • Batman says:

      Gssson,
      “Fair and square” is not cogent enough for you, okaaay.
      You profess to not have formed an opinion on fraud/rigging (notbuyingit) and we should just move on and “gird our loins” because it is a moot question.
      We are obviously a world apart on the best way to move forward with what is yet to be confronted with the radical Left. A less violent (but nevertheless similar) ISIS comes to mind along with the Nazi brownshirts but the fact you cannot or will not see what is right in front of you convinces me that words alone will not penetrate but only when you witness just how much more destruction/upheaval the radical Left is capable of might you see things differently.

      A well-resourced deep dive will answer your “moot question” and more damage will be done in the long run without it than taking the *aw-shucks let’s just move on because well, just because, approach.*
      Btw; I’m not naïve enough to be frustrated by politicking.

      #illegitimatepresidente

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      • georgessson says:

        Batman, Yer a passionate and articulate fella, but “Deep dives” as a rule I do not do… “That way madness lies.” A balanced attitude is not, “awe shucks, let’s move on”…. A balanced attitude dictates, “Let’s not waste time & resources, let’s DO BETTER in the next 4 years”. Especially if we want to avoid ISIS & Brownshirts. I see on a daily basis what havoc the radical Left is capable of but tiltin’ at windmills ain’t the answer…. Hard works IS. BTW, in 3 months, tell me that this issue was NOT a moot question. It is over. The Fat Lady done sung her song.

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        • Batman says:

          Gssson,
          This isn’t about reinstating Trump (atleastforme) because that isn’t going to happen regardless of how much fraud is proven with a well resourced deep dive but reform of the election process will be one major benefit among others.

          Considerably more fundamental damage and undermining of trust in our elections and country will be the result of yours and Patrick’s *well balanced approach of nothing to see here so let’s move on* without a comprehensive audit to determine exactly what is behind the massive anomalies otherwise 80million citizens may not want to work hard if they figure elections are rigged anyway and also give up on this country altogether.
          Moreover, it is part of the *resist these commie rat-bastards* every step of the way.
          Both our responses to the obvious election fraud are necessary.

          #notmypresident

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  21. Lars says:

    https://www.dailysignal.com/2021/01/05/how-liberals-will-attack-your-credibility-to-control-the-narrative

    The Heritage Foundation’s credible work on the subject, including its Election Fraud Database.

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  22. georgessson says:

    WIKI: “After a school dance, the then 16-year-old Lin Wood returned home to find his father had beaten his mother to death. Lin Wood Sr. pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, a charge reduced from first-degree murder. He served a little over two years in prison.”

    Poor kid. Who at that age should have to deal w/ that! I believe that in the future, this would throw anyone from rational thinking, inspire many dark thoughts and ultimate frayed beliefs -especially the two-year-only imprisonment.

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  23. Batman says:

    Batman is seeing too many “good Germans” around here… Dennis Prager takes note beginning this way:

    One of the biggest revelations concerns a question that has always plagued me: How does one explain the “good German,” the term used to describe the average, presumably decent German, who did nothing to hurt Jews but also did nothing to help them and did nothing to undermine the Nazi regime?
    (it’s a short read but probably nothing to it, right?)

    http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0121/prager010521.php3

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