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happyfeetmah 61 points ago +61 / -0

Apparently you only need a few counties to win a election,...

RosettaStone 70 points ago +70 / -0


Patrick Byrne, the CEO of Overstock.com, was interviewed by Dave Janda.

He said that, in recent years, there has been a pattern to vote rigging around the world. The pattern is:

  1. Some sketchy politician looks likely to lose.

  2. Voting machines are brought in to "help" with the election.

  3. On voting day, during the counting, the count gets stopped in certain key ridings, and, when the count is restarted, the sketchy politician has gone from losing to leading in those ridings.

It has also been determined that, in order to steal the election in America, you don't need a vast conspiracy, rather, you need a narrow conspiracy focused in 6 places where a single large city dominates the vote for the state. Those cities are:

  1. Las Vegas, Nevada

  2. Phoenix, Arizona

  3. Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  4. Detroit, Michigan

  5. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  6. Atlanta, Georgia

Surprise! Those are the exact 6 counties where voting was stopped in the 2020 election, and Biden went from losing big to narrowly winning, with statistically impossible vote surges.

Jabron661 36 points ago +36 / -0

This is why they all had to stop counting, and why they failed in 2016, they needed to know how much cheating was required to pull out a slim victory.

In 2016, they underestimated Trump and didn't think people would actually pull the trigger on voting for him, so they guessed how much they needed and were wrong but there was nothing they could do about it.

In 2020, they let the majority of the vote come in, then saw the numbers, then manufactured what they needed to edge it out.

This is also why such a large theft could be done by such a relatively small footprint. They spent 4 years planning this, and ensuring they got the scenario to win down.

They used covid as a smoke screen to allow the tabulation of mail in votes to explain the surge for Biden late, "it was just a huge spike in mail votes HURR HURR".

AllWeDoIsWinFL 3 points ago +3 / -0

They stopped the vote counting in 2016 in WI but couldn’t find the votes bc they weren’t ready

doug2 25 points ago +25 / -0

That's a vast conspiracy realistically. How would you go about not only shutting the voting down in all those places but also covering it up at every level? This was a billion dollar operation with chinese, Iranian, and masonic support. But I repeat myself.

Wupta 27 points ago +27 / -0

This was an American operation in collusion with outside actors.

BasedNtruth 8 points ago +8 / -0

Correct. Globalists tentacles encircle the globe, they have agents everywhere.

RosettaStone 21 points ago +21 / -0

I agree about how high up, and evil, the conspiracy is, and how much money is involved.

But I think Byrne's point was that you don't need to control the vote-counts in every county. You only need to make sure that your people control the count in certain selected counties.

One of the argument used to claim that the election wasn't stolen is that it would take too many people in too many locations. Byrne is countering that argument.

BeefyBelisarius 5 points ago +5 / -0

And this is also why other elections are still important. Those six counties can't give them majorities in congress, state legislatures, or governors' mansions, just the white house.

Shalomtoyou 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's vast, but not as vast as 50 states. And more focused than six states... just six counties, we may just be six cities -- cities Democrats control.

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TrumpChampBelt 11 points ago +11 / -0

you need a narrow conspiracy focused in 6 places where a single large city dominates the vote for the state.

They have been practicing it in New Mexico for decades, a state barely anyone even knows exists but most of it is conservative. They run the votes up in ABQ & Santa Fe and so goes the entire state. There's not that many people in the whole state much less enough in two cities that are small by American standards.

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Dictator_Bob 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great post.

Shalomtoyou 4 points ago +4 / -0

Six, to be precise.

negative_entropy 3 points ago +3 / -0

It depends on how you plot it it to be honest. If you consider population density (where people live) its' more like this: https://pyxis.nymag.com/v1/imgs/3c0/eab/e8dc06176ef74d3589a751ba1313d98483-09-kenneth-field-map-1.rsocial.w1200.jpg

Dems own cities. Republicans own smaller towns. Suburbs are where there is some real competition.