deicer

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  1. Then what do you consider to be documented and provable? Yootoob videos from unverifiable sources? Opinion pieces? It seems that most things that have been raised against my point of view are either debunked, or all of a sudden it becomes quiet on them. The latest is the election 'shenanigans'. Please see the statement from DHS I posted on the Election 2020 thread.
  2. When there is talk of shenanigans in the recent U.S. election, here is the statement from Homeland Security on it: https://www.cisa.gov/news/2020/11/12/joint-statement-elections-infrastructure-government-coordinating-council-election Enter Search Terms(s):
  3. I'd like to present an interesting point of view. In the 2016 election, trump won with several states being closer than what we are seeing this year. The Democrats respected the vote, and conceded. What is the problem this year? https://www.usnews.com/news/the-run-2016/articles/2016-11-14/the-10-closest-states-in-the-2016-election
  4. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/editorials/article-donald-trump-launches-one-final-assault-on-us-democracy/ Donald Trump launches one final assault on U.S. democracy Let’s be clear: U.S. President Donald Trump is not simply refusing to admit defeat to his opponent, president-elect Joe Biden. He’s not just filing Hail Mary lawsuits to overturn voting results, or sticking to character by spreading fictions about stolen votes. Those are just the mechanics of a more dangerous game, one in which Mr. Trump is attempting to delegitimize an election. In doing so, he is inflicting
  5. It now appears that reality is coming into focus for the legal professionals in the U.S. tied up in the web that is being woven. https://lawandcrime.com/2020-election/lawyers-litigating-for-trump-suddenly-remember-their-licenses-are-on-the-line-if-they-lie-to-a-judge/ Lawyers Litigating for Trump Suddenly Remember Their Licenses Are on the Line If They Lie to a Judge There’s a big difference between a) waving around a stack of affidavits in a safe space and b) bringing your claims before a judge. We saw that difference on Tuesday in the Trump campaign’s case in Montgomery County,
  6. Several billion have been committed by Ottawa to Alberta to help with the mess they created... https://www.ctvnews.ca/w5/alberta-town-on-the-verge-of-collapse-due-to-aging-oil-wells-1.5176709
  7. May you have a long healthy and happy retirement! Carpe Beerum!
  8. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/skbaer/fox-news-trump-election-lies-kayleigh-mcenany Fox News Did The Bare Minimum And Finally Stopped Showing The Trump Team's Latest Election Lies "Unless she has more details to back that up, I can't in good countenance continue showing you this," Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto said on Monday. Fox News cut away from a Trump campaign press conference about postelection litigation in Pennsylvania on Monday afternoon as White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany made false and unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud. "
  9. Now it raises a very interesting scenario. First he claims mail fraud, then he signs a sworn affidavit that he falsified the claim, now he's saying that he didn't recant the claim. I would think that when they sat him down for the interview, he would have had it explained to him the seriousness of what he's doing. On top of that, it was a signed affidavit. Lying on a sworn affidavit is a federal felony as well. https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/declaration_under_penalty_of_perjury#:~:text=A statement that has been,affidavit does in federal court. So now has he put himself in a
  10. Interesting turn of events... https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/postal-worker-fabricated-ballot-pennsylvania/2020/11/10/99269a7c-2364-11eb-8599-406466ad1b8e_story.html Postal worker recanted allegations of ballot tampering, officials say A Pennsylvania postal worker whose claims have been cited by top Republicans as potential evidence of widespread voting irregularities admitted to U.S. Postal Service investigators that he fabricated the allegations, according to three officials briefed on the investigation and a statement from a House congressional committee.
  11. Even the lawyers agree that they shouldn't be believed. https://www.businessinsider.com/fox-news-karen-mcdougal-case-tucker-carlson-2020-9 Fox News won a court case by 'persuasively' arguing that no 'reasonable viewer' takes Tucker Carlson seriously A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Fox News after lawyers for the network argued that no "reasonable viewer" would take the network's primetime star Tucker Carlson seriously. The network asked a judge to dismiss the case, arguing that "Carlson's statements were not statements of fact and that she failed a
  12. It is simple research such as this that makes debating interesting. One of the first things I have always done is to quickly research the source of the information provided. It is very easy to do and will give you a perspective on not only the slant of the information, but more importantly, the veracity of it. I guess that is why I am so frustrating to some. It is easy to shoot down a point of view when you use the old computer term GIGO. (Garbage In, Garbage Out). And while I will not claim to have avoided mud slinging, even at that, I tried to use 'factual' points.
  13. While the trump campaign lead by the liar in chief himself is trying to drum up reasons to stage a coup, the facts for the count and history itself do not lend credence to his position. One also has to ask themselves why it is over a week after the election and no evidence of impropriety has shown up? Like emails, birth certificates and laptops, are they waiting for someone to 'provide' them with proof? Here are two good articles on the history of voting by mail in the U.S. and a study from M.I.T. that shows the incident of voter fraud is historically less than 0.00006%. https:
  14. It only took a quick phone call from the Minister of Veterans Affairs to the CEO to resolve the matter. https://www.ctvnews.ca/business/whole-foods-reverses-ban-on-staff-wearing-poppies-after-outcry-1.5177730?cache=yes%3FclipId%3FclipId%3D68597
  15. I posted factual, verifiable links. If you want to compare post count, look in the mirror. How many threads and posts have you made touting your viewpoint?
  16. Still more reliable than getting your information from sources whose own lawyers say they shouldn't be trusted. He still was wrong because he was getting information from flawed sources. One of the first things I do when you post is to look at the source and research their factual nature and bias. That way I can discuss the nature of the information and not just wanting to 'believe'.
  17. Isn't that what honest reporting and fact checking is about? They corrected themselves within 2 hrs.
  18. Just like Hilary's emails, pizzagate, birth certificates and laptops?
  19. Here is a good example of what happens when you are desperate for re-election and you aren't dealing with reality... https://www.good.is/georgia-senators-call-for-secretary-of-state-to-resign-he-fired-back-with-facts Georgia's GOP senators called for the Sec of State to resign. He fired back with the facts. Well, isn't this just peachy. As Georgia keeps counting votes and the country waits patiently (ish) for the official result, a dramatic political theater scene is playing out in the suddenly-a-swing state. This morning, the state's two Republican U.S. senators, David Perd
  20. It must have been Guiliani that prepped it.... https://www.michiganadvance.com/blog/michigan-appeals-court-rejects-trump-campaign-filing/ Michigan appeals court rejects Trump campaign filing Last week, a Court of Claims judge dismissed a suit from President Donald Trump’s campaign to stop counting ballots in Michigan. The Republican’s campaign appealed to the Court of Appeals (COA), but its initial filing by Mark “Thor” Hearne was rejected Monday with the message: “I regret to inform you that your submission is defective.” The COA said the Trump campaign failed to include ne
  21. That didn't take long. So another 8 years of obstructionism just as it was during Obama's administration is what you are looking for? Still won't stop the U.S. from moving forward and benefitting the average citizen just like before trump.
  22. https://www.vox.com/platform/amp/2020-presidential-election/2020/11/7/21554114/trump-election-2020-voter-fraud-challenge-recount-biden Trump is attempting a coup in plain sight How do we cover it when it’s happening here? A few years ago, there was a boom of articles called “If it happened there,” imagining how the American press would cover this-or-that story if it happened in another country. How would we cover the government shutdown if it happened in another country? The Ferguson protests? The Oregon militia siege? George Floyd’s murder? Mike Bloomberg? Slate’s Joshua Ke
  23. https://www.fastcompany.com/90572489/u-s-election-maps-are-wildly-misleading-so-this-designer-fixed-them