Election results discussion thread (and sadly the inevitable aftermath)

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Houseman

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That's a lot of what cross-examination is for,
Great, let's do that, let's drag everybody before the courts and FIND OUT THE TRUTH so that we can all feel confident that a FAIR ELECTION OCCURED!
What a concept!

As a side issue, it also begs the question that why did a Republican Party that was allegedly expecting massive fraud send in observers who were not aware of their fundamental rights to remain
Because, like suckers, they took the vote riggers at their word.

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In another 4 years (or sooner), if this issue isn't cleared up to the satisfaction of all parties, do you think that the Republicans, who still feel that they've been wronged, won't retaliate in some way? So isn't it in everyone's best interest to do just that? I'm just using my safety imagination here, but I guess that makes me a nerd.




Must be just a coincidence
 
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Trumpets really put a lot of faith in that video. And only because a voice told them that something nefarious was happening, without them understanding what they were actually looking at. Sadly, as always, their hope was short-lived.

Debunked, as expected: https://leadstories.com/hoax-alert/...der-a-table-after-poll-workers-dismissed.html
Going back to this, where the information in the article says that nobody was told to go home:

"Later in the night, Regina Waller, the Fulton County public affairs manager for elections, told ABC News that the election department sent the State Farm Arena absentee ballot counters home at 10:30 p.m. despite earlier intentions to complete processing Tuesday night. Some additional numbers could still come out Tuesday night, but as of now the staff will be back at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday."
- https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/pip...using-hour-delay-processing/story?id=73981348


Officials sent ballot counters home at 10:30 p.m. and said they'd return at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
- https://www.11alive.com/article/new...arena/85-37a6c502-09cd-48eb-8856-15c5602d6aff


"They planned to stop scanning absentee ballots at 10:30 p.m. and pick it up back in the morning. No official could explain before press time why Fulton was stopping its count of absentee ballots at that time, only saying that was the procedure.
- https://www.ajc.com/news/atlanta-ne...room-with-ballots/4T3KPQV7PBEX3JVAIGJBNBSVJY/

Fulton officials said their goal was to have 100,000 absentee plus drop-off ballots counted by the end of election night. Officials sent ballot counters home at 10:30 p.m. and said they'd return at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
- https://www.13wmaz.com/article/news...arena/85-37a6c502-09cd-48eb-8856-15c5602d6aff


Fulton County Director of Registration and Elections Richard Barron said they will stop counting absentee ballots at 10:30 p.m. Nov. 3, and resume in the morning.
- https://www.mdjonline.com/neighbor_...cle_b66b673c-1e3e-11eb-b5dc-8b49c736473d.html


Weird how all these sources say that counting was STOPPED at 10:30, but now the story is that "nobody was told to leave"
 
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Yes, and then I went on to say "because the counties do not just update their results once they're finished. They update their counts continuously. That's how the NYT was reporting their numbers, they had a feed from a server. "

The part you cropped out was the relevant part. It's a continuously updated count from a machine, not someone submitting the new numbers by hand in arbitrary batches.
In Michigan, maybe. Where there wasn't a spike.

"context is for losers!"
Context is useful. Arbitrariness is not.

That's not what we've been hearing from the testimony regarding TCF center. They would deliberately try to get republican poll watchers kicked out for trivial reasons, and when they succeeded, the whole place would cheer. That is in Lawful Good's testimony.
Was their testimony true?

From the link about safety above: "One of the greatest capabilities a safety person can have is a creative imagination."

But cool guys like yourself have no time for imagination, "imagination is for nerds who want to be safe and probably also wear eye protection on the off chance that something dangerous will fly into their eyes. Cool guys like me wait until I lose an eyeball!"
Cool guys like me are safety trained and approved to handle some of the most toxic chemicals known to man, and other procedures groaning under a vast weight of regulation to ensure good practice, and have positions of responsibility that involve plenty of risk and safety planning.

That doesn't mean we indulge every last crank idea that rolls out of random people's brainstorming session. We don't for two reasons: the first is that resources are limited to put in place endless procedures (in language right wingers would understand, this is the "red tape" you guys want to constantly cut), the second is that stressing about the absurdly unlikely distracts from ensuring the worrying likely doesn't occur.
 

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Was their testimony true?
It's corroborated by not one, not two, but several affidavits that republican poll workers, when they were escorted out, everyone else cheered, and that there were people who were only there to agitate the republicans whenever their mask slipped, or they got more than six feet closer to anyone.

So it seems very likely to be true.

: the first is that resources are limited
Well I guess the election isn't so important after all. If you can't dedicate resources to having a safe and secure election, then your priorities are backwards. You get what you pay for.

Also, I like how you're saying both "we don't have enough resources to prevent fraud!", "there was no fraud! Our elections are safe and secure", and "how dare you suggest disenfranchising people by requiring ID" at the same time.
 
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Hah, we all called it.

Also:
The after-hours counter also has video of her that appears to show her covertly passing off a USB drive. Here's a clear video and breakdown by some guy, idk.
Also, here's a video that most certainly will result in death threats and harrassment against someone who hasn't been proven to be doing anything wrong, idk.
 
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Also, here's a video that most certainly will result in death threats and harrassment against someone who hasn't been proven to be doing anything wrong, idk.
This is normal because we've had 8 years of doxxing, harrassment and death threats against people for saying the n word or wearing a maga hat.

edit: """we"""
I mean americans
 

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So apparently Twitter is now Deeming Steven Crowder quoting judges rulings to be mis-information


twitter jumping the gun or are they claiming more authority than the courts?
 

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So apparently Twitter is now Deeming Steven Crowder quoting judges rulings to be mis-information


twitter jumping the gun or are they claiming more authority than the courts?
Of course, the Judge's ruling wasn't vetted by a 3-rd party fact checker.
 

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This is normal because we've had 8 years of doxxing, harrassment and death threats against people for saying the n word or wearing a maga hat.

edit: """we"""
I mean americans
Yeah and that’s fucking rad
 
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This is normal because we've had 8 years of doxxing, harrassment and death threats against people for saying the n word or wearing a maga hat.

edit: """we"""
I mean americans
Aw, poor babies. Is fascism hard?
 

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Aw, poor babies. Is fascism hard?
absolute state of intellectualism on the left
Orwell was right, the F-Word is meaningless. You are a fascist.
" It will be seen that, as used, the word ‘Fascism’ is almost entirely meaningless. "
 

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So apparently Twitter is now Deeming Steven Crowder quoting judges rulings to be mis-information


twitter jumping the gun or are they claiming more authority than the courts?

Dwarvenhobble: "Saying 'Kill all the Jews!' is a bad thing."
Me: "Dwarvenhobble is promoting genocide! Listen to this quote he said earlier: 'Kill all the Jews!'"
Everyone: "Avnger is wrong."
Me: "How dare you say I'm wrong! All I did was quote Dwarvenhobble!"
 
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This is normal because we've had 8 years of doxxing, harrassment and death threats against people for saying the n word or wearing a maga hat.

edit: """we"""
I mean americans
Sure, its been so one sided. No one on the Left took the strategies of the event that shall not be named and saw how effective it was and just copied it. /s

But hey, Free Speech. I'm always told how unequivocally good it is. You should be grateful for the now standard practice for the last 6 years. Because Free Speech
 

Buyetyen

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absolute state of intellectualism on the left
Orwell was right, the F-Word is meaningless. You are a fascist.
" It will be seen that, as used, the word ‘Fascism’ is almost entirely meaningless. "
Hey, if the jackboot fits...
 
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