Good News on Election Fraud

A very clear and detailed explanation of how very rich people bought Joe Biden an election win in Wisconsin in 2020. The bad news is that these same very rich people will try to do this again. Build Back Better hasn’t passed. The universal digital ID hasn’t been adopted. Police hasn’t been abolished and universal healthcare (aka extreme austerity) hasn’t been introduced. They’ll do it again.

But here’s the good news. Do read the linked article and observe how many votes all this money and effort got the cheaters. It’s not that much. Not even Putin can falsify more than 10-15% of votes. If you have a real landslide, a real wave, there’s no cheating that can do anything.

As always, it’s about who works the hardest, who puts in the most effort, and who perseveres. We can all do our part by quietly and gently bringing up the gas prices, the inflation, the masks in schools, the masks in children’s sports, the Waukesha massacre, the Afghanistan debacle, etc. Not all of this at once but a single thing our interlocutor might care about. Nobody can falsify away a landslide, and the landslide is all of us.

9 thoughts on “Good News on Election Fraud

  1. In plain language, what they are doing is racketeering imo.

    Anyway, all of this puts me in mind of political events in the nation of Fiji over the past couple of decades, which in my opinion bear resemblance and hence relevance to the US political situation.

    In brief, Fiji has experienced several generally bloodless coups following interplay between two similar yet distinct groups, being the indigenous Fijians and the Indian Fijians, which can be compared to that of the Democrats vs Republicans.

    The other entities whose actions were decisive are the Fijian military, the actions of which might explain why the Democrats are presently conducting an ideological purge of the US military while undermining it, and the Methodist church, which is paralleled in the US through a variety of denominations.

    Since there are several politically interested sincere church-goers here, the pattern in Fiji might be enlightening or helpful, particularly since events there are not well known in the West.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Fijian_coup_d%27%C3%A9tat

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  2. I’d like to agree with you, but I can’t. Nothing I have seen out of these people gives any indication that they are willing to play by the rules, or even accept defeat. They are willing to scam, cheat, and lie on a massive scale, so I can’t see them being unwilling to go the extra mile, to make sure they stay in power.

    “As always, it’s about who works the hardest, who puts in the most effort, and who perseveres. We can all do our part by quietly and gently bringing up the gas prices, the inflation, the masks in schools, the masks in children’s sports, the Waukesha massacre, the Afghanistan debacle, etc. Not all of this at once but a single thing our interlocutor might care about. Nobody can falsify away a landslide, and the landslide is all of us.”

    The powers that be, have been blocking and banning people left and right for speaking the truth. Maybe not about the gas or inflation, but I have seen channels lose videos, and occasionally disappear after speaking about about the masks, covid, and the not vax. The Waukesha massacre, bad as it was simply disappears into unending line of slaughters that have been happening on our soil. There is a saying that the average attention span of a U.S. citizen is that of a goldfish, I tend to agree with it. Give it 5 more months and it too will have vanished from public consciousness. As for that debacle in Afghanistan, as bad as it was, and it was really bad. You have to understand the average citizen neither cares nor pays attention to what happens outside our borders. I mean if it is in the news they might know about it, but once the news stops covering it, it slips from public consciousness.

    That is something I don’t think a lot of people have grasped. At some point in America, possibly elsewhere as well, but America for sure, people started listening to the media to get their news as well as their (the news media in whatever form’s) opinion. Fast-forward to now, and a story only matters when the media covers it, once they stop, it vanishes.

    Personal note: My dad is very conservative, very by the books, law and order, give no offense type of person. He keeps up on what is going on in the news, both here and abroad, as well as in the finance world. So far so good right. He grew up in the age where the media was fair, balanced, and did their cotton-picken jobs. So fast-forward to today. He has a blind spot you could park a car in. If you bring up two pieces of news, one from a media source, even CNN, and another from a blogger on the internet, even if he living in the city it happened, you will get two very different views. The piece from the news source, even if its clearly wrong is accepted as fact. The other is dismissed because “internet.”

    So here is the question. If that is the standard viewpoint of a large section of Americans, is that the media can be trusted to tell the truth and is telling the truth. Then secondly that whatever said media networks say is correct unless another news media says otherwise. How are you going to convince people, when the media are almost all in bed with the powers that be and are blasting out the opposite message 24/7.

    So to sum up my point, I think you are too optimistic about this, I’m not trying to be a downer, but realistically things have been set up knowingly or unknowingly, to keep the population dumb and docile. After all why waste money on circus and bread events if you can get them in lockstep following their screens.

    Please note, this is not to say you are wrong to try to inform people. No your quite correct to do that, and please continue to do so. I just don’t think things are going to be as simple as talk to people, get a landslide, win. After all the enemy gets a vote and just as much time to make and run plans of their own too.

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    1. “I’d like to agree with you, but I can’t. Nothing I have seen out of these people gives any indication that they are willing to play by the rules, or even accept defeat. They are willing to scam, cheat, and lie on a massive scale…”

      I don’t think your pessimism is overblown.

      I vividly remember the videos of scrutineers being locked out of the vote counting while glass windows were being covered with paper.

      Who does that kind of thing in a functioning liberal democracy and not end up in jail?

      And then numerous “fact checkers” found ways to creatively lie and say that what we had seen with our own eyes was some kind of optical illusion – look away! look away! not what it seems! look away!

      And the hallelujah chorus of official America quickly falls all over itself to say that for absolutely sure Joe Biden won the election FAIR AND SQUARE and to say otherwise would be undermining democracy™ – lol, lmao, lol.

      How dumb can people be? Pretty dumb and, I’m sorry my American cousins, but you are no exception.

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      1. “How dumb can people be?”

        According to a very recently released University of Massachusetts Amherst poll, only one-third of Americans believe that Joe Biden was illegitimately elected through widespread fraud.

        So that leaves two-thirds of Americans in the completely dumb column as the evidence has always been in plain view for anyone with half a brain and the slightest ability to be able to see beyond the end of their nose.

        I just love the way the associate director of this poll explains (link to survey results below) the one-third (which amounts to several tens of millions of people btw) who remain stubbornly off-narrative: “These are extremely worrisome perceptions, and improved faith in the electoral process won’t happen until Republicans stop saying the election was stolen.”

        So the problem is that the deplorables are all drooling idiots incapable of a single independent thought because they mainline too much Fox News (oh wait, Fox News is on-narrative) – or maybe they too closely follow Trump’s twitter feed (oh wait, Trump is banned from Twitter) – or maybe the Republican Party leadership cadre are bitter-enders who stoke the election fraud fires wherever they go (oh wait, please don’t make me laugh) – or maybe…

        “Honey, you can’t hide your lyin’ eyes…”

        https://www.umass.edu/news/article/one-year-later-new-umass-amherst-poll-finds-continued-national-political-division-over

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  3. I would agree, except this article appears to only discuss votes that are at least somewhat legitimate (there was an actual person who cast it, who MIGHT have actually input Biden, and MIGHT be a citizen), even if the funding and campaigning were underhanded. But when Dominion voting machines can literally change votes from one candidate to another (from a company that is 98% Democrat, and partially owned by the Chinese), and millions of paper or digital votes can just be manufactured and air-dropped into a state, I just don’t see a point in national elections any more. I’m back to where I was circa 2002–the Union between the states is a lie. There are the people who matter (in the regime and bureaucracy, mostly all near D.C. or NYC), and there are all the rest of us. The only hope is dissolution of the Union.
    I think we HAD a wave in 2020. Biden, being senile, even told people several times how they were going to win: massive fraud.
    I disagree with William, above–the media is mostly not trusted, indeed is hated. There are still people who believe them, but that number is relatively small, and constantly shrinking. “Let’s Go Brandon” instead of “FJB” is an adjustment to mock both Biden and the media.

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  4. This reminds me of how back in India political parties would provide buses and food to entire villages to ‘enable’ them to go vote on voting day. Of course only villages that voted a certain way would be thus ‘enabled’. I think a lot of the voting would also be open so that enablers would check that you voted the right way.

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  5. The analysis linked to in the post is not very credible. The writer asserts to have measured a shift of around 60k votes with an accuracy of 1 vote.

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