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Greatlakespede 237 points ago +237 / -0

Didn't change laws. Subverted laws.

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S8-10 115 points ago +115 / -0

exactly. the reason these changes would never have made it through the state legislature is because of how obviously open to fraud things like 'leaving drop boxes on the street corner' are. By judicial fiat and orders from Secretaries of state, these states FLOUTED the law to commit fraud. They didn't even change the law to allow fraud, they violated it. That's why all the stuff about 'recounts' and 'audits' is tertiary to the debate. If states allowed ballots to be counted that were cast in violation of state law it doesn't matter whether the right person filled them out or not. The election already can't be certified

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polJosephWatson 21 points ago +23 / -2

get banned

At best, it was/is a disservice to invoke Rules 1&2 here to ban "dissenters" and shut down all conversation about Trump's missteps or anything else mildly negative. If mods had let the conversation simply happen instead of letting faggots deport anything remotely "doomer", we could have seen the Kraken bullshit for what it really was.

At worst, the site rename shenanigans were a takeover by less-than-sincere parties, maybe even feds, to turn this into a containment board and/or honeypot.

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CNNdotWin 13 points ago +16 / -3

At worst, the site rename shenanigans were a takeover by less-than-sincere parties, maybe even feds, to turn this into a containment board and/or honeypot.

This is correct. The site has become a in the words of another user "hamster wheel" for Trump supporters to share tired old memes and get up votes for stupid post like "hur hur look at [random leftist] hypocrisy!

Any actual constructive talk of what to do , especially after Trumps rapidly diminishing window of ability and time left to serve, is met with extreme hostility, up to banning. I never recalled that much focused fire for anyone that had legitimate concerns, criticism, or alternative yet MAGA ideals on the orginal /r Donald or the first days of this site.

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Spicemustfiow 7 points ago +7 / -0

I see both sides of this.

So I definitely see the Hamster Wheel analogy when I suggest real solutions.

What’s interesting though is the people like yourself and the guy above aren’t objecting over solutions. It appears you’re objecting with Trump directly.

That’s two separate things.

The first is not a problem worthy of a ban. The second absolutely is.

Yet whenever I see people complaining about bans here they are almost always conflating these two things.

If I was a shill I’d be doing the same. I would definitely want the ability to get anti-Trump positions in the door and claim that I’m being censored for no good reason.

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CNNdotWin 2 points ago +2 / -0

I dont object to Trump. I voted for him 3 times.

But where people get mad at me is I am not exclusively all about him. I mean he has not even committed to running for re election. He may not want to or may not be healthy enough to.

Plus even if we do vote him in he only has 4 years and then he is done.

So when I point all this out and that we need to be prepared for life after Trump that's where I get hate. Yes he made major mistakes but I would vote for him again because he is genuinely a good guy and hard working. But people here don't even want to IMAGINE a world with out him. No one rules forever.

I am a patriot and America first. I want what's best for our people and If that comes with Trump fine, if not that's fine as well.

I'm a supporter, not a fan boy.

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Spicemustfiow 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would think all of what you are saying is good.

But there’s no reason to be generic in statement or scope though.

It’s a Trump supporting website. If your specific positions don’t align with the Trump agenda then you’re likely going to rightfully see appropriate criticism and perhaps a ban if you’re judged to be problematic.

I think all of that is fairly straightforward.

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MayoMonkey 3 points ago +8 / -5

mUh LeGo mEmEs

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MAGA1775 0 points ago +3 / -3

I never recalled that much focused fire for anyone that had legitimate concerns, criticism, or alternative yet MAGA ideals on the orginal /r Donald or the first days of this site.

I noticed this effort start to appear several months ago, last year, a few months after the stolen election.

Lots of new accounts showed up on here with vapid hostility toward anyone expressing and legitimate concerns or criticism. They all acted the same way with the "doomer" and "glowie" accusations and constant vitriol. If you look at their post history, its literally all they post about....constant hand-wringing and hostility toward "doomers" and "glowies" (who is anyone who expresses any criticism and/or anyone who suggests we need to do more than "vote harder")

Same thing with anyone who wants to discuss Trump's mistakes to ensure we are aware of them and they don't happen again. They will shriek and scream, full-on tantrum mode, cry out to the mods, demand you be banned, etc.

It seems like an intended effort by less-than-sincere parties to placate and contain the MAGA movement. All designed to create an environment where its nothing but "feel good, everyone clap" memes and posting leftist hypocrisy, and nothing else.

Edit: The same types I'm talking about are downvoting me. They also have spent the last few months vehemently going on obsessive downvote campaigns on here. They ABSOLUTELY hate when you call this stuff out.

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Wolverines556 1 point ago +1 / -0

It would be in the Left's interest to use conspiracy theories to distract from the conspiracy in plain sight.

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SlumberBalu -1 points ago +1 / -2

The terroristic child fucking leftards don’t care about being called hypocrits, they know they are way worse!

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CNNdotWin -1 points ago +3 / -4

Yes, which is why we keep posting about them being hypocrites, that will show em!

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S8-10 5 points ago +10 / -5

oh yeah. same thing happened to me at greatawakening.win those people are rapidly becoming a cult. I still drop by to read their crap now and then because, what can I say, they do good digging on current events. But they also apparently expect everyone to say Mark Taylor is a prophet, Trump not winning is all part of the plan, Trump is still and never stopped being president, when Trump says 'i took the vaccine and it is good' it really means 'i didnt take the vaccine and it is bad', and many hollywood/dc elites have already been executed and we're just watching clones. like if you express doubt about any of that they bring out the banhammer. they also call anyone with a shred of common sense about expectations a 'doomer' as you must believe the original Q+ was President Trump and nothing has ever not gone according to their infallible plan. oh and also you have to believe any unrest reported anywhere in the world is caused by Q sympathizers rising up. any assertion to the contrary makes you a 'doomer'. How can people smart enough to do all that digging on public officials also be so stupid at the same time.

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polJosephWatson 16 points ago +19 / -3

Trump is still president

I have a RL friend who believes this, the inauguration was fake, Trump still controls the military, etc. It's the dumbest fucking retard fantasy shit I have ever heard.

Q was a psyop to get patriots to sit on their ass and do nothing. There are no whitehats.

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Hanging_Chad 12 points ago +13 / -1

Trump is still my President

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polJosephWatson 8 points ago +8 / -0

🎵build a little WhiteHouse in your soul🎶

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Awan-CIA-Car-Lot 9 points ago +10 / -1

Q was a psyop to get patriots to sit on their ass and do nothing.

It's an exact copy of Operation Trust used by the Soviets. You could probably explain this to them and still get nowhere.

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polJosephWatson 5 points ago +6 / -1

Oh I've tried. Q broke their logic and reason though

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Jimmyjetfuel 4 points ago +4 / -0

I won't lie, I thought and hoped that the Q thing was real, but at some point we all have to wake up.

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COLDWARPATRIOT55 6 points ago +7 / -1

Well, Trump IS still president. He may live in Florida now, but he is still the president. He didn’t lose the election and he didn’t concede. A coup was successful in forcing him out of our White House and a dictator lives there now, who was not elected, he was selected. Trump commands a large army, us. If he ordered us to do XXX we would do it because we know he’s still the president.

The fauxnauguration took place but means nothing. Trump is not in control of the military but we are the largest standing army on the planet and if we so choose, we will follow his orders. So far he hasn’t issued any.

As for him running things still, no. If he did, things would still be like they were before Jan 20, 2021.

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Yippy 2 points ago +2 / -0

I tend to think Obama is running things now.

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polJosephWatson 2 points ago +4 / -2

Say hi to GA for us.

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S8-10 1 point ago +1 / -0

He did just call biden President Biden in his latest press release

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Republic_or_Nothing 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wanted it to be True. I was on the fence back when the national guard was being deployed. You can't deny that was an interesting time. Now it's obvious if their was a plan it wasn't a fucking good one.

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polJosephWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Their plan was - it worked.

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CyberSolider33 0 points ago +1 / -1

Exactly. Same thing my brother thinks. Of course, he thinks there are lizard people, aliens, ghosts, and dome over earth. Nonsense stuff. If you are reading this and that is your views too, save the exercise from typing a response, nothing will convince me you aren't nuts.

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polJosephWatson 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why are you digging up random week-old posts though? Search bar for "Q"?

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CyberSolider33 0 points ago +1 / -1

No. I scroll on here all the time... why do you care?? I could give a rat ass about anything, and everything Q related for the record. Mind your own businsess, or better yet, block me.. I will continue to post on anything I want.

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CyberSolider33 0 points ago +1 / -1

Better yet, will block you so we don't cross paths... next.

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Artek 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hero complex.

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S8-10 6 points ago +7 / -1

Idk. You can try to be a hero without still clinging to some 4chan posts from 12+ months ago as irrevokable truth. Those are basically sacred texts now, and the true believers have got themselves a religion on their hands. I have no problem with the research, the interpretations of world events, the exposing of criminals, the history of politicians, all that stuff. Definitely a good thing for people to be doing and you can sign me up for that. But pretending Q is/was infallible, and so is Trump, and any criticism of either one = excommunication? Sorry, that's become a religion.

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Artek 1 point ago +1 / -0

That was well said. By hero complex I meant that they're a group of people waiting for a hero to save them. Hence "Trust the plan" because somebody else will take care of it and make life seem cushy again. It smells of counter intelligence to me. Used on the people to keep us docile. Not so much different than our education system putting forth "doctors" that claim people can be born with the wrong gender. Artificial hopium that generates demoralization, bit by bit, as factual and objective truth proves them wrong again and again. It's all to keep us fractured.

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labiator -1 points ago +1 / -2

Find or found a better site and we old timers will come over.

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MAGA1775 1 point ago +3 / -2

The Q movement was a psyops similar to Operation Trust. Its so damn obvious now, its sad there's still people in the cult who are "true believers."

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Cucker_Carlson 3 points ago +7 / -4

Q patriots are usually VERY decent Bible-believing people, which is really why the shills, the commies and the satanists hate them so very much and spend so much time talking shit about them. They're free to believe whatever they want, just like the rest of you, of course.

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MAGA1775 0 points ago +2 / -2

Except none of what the Q "patriots" believed ever came true. Meanwhile, people like me have continually warned about events that did come true but were called "doomers" for our effort.

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Cucker_Carlson 2 points ago +4 / -2

I don't care if it all came true; as far as I can tell, they're better people than any little shit-posting bitches who spend day after day after day obsessively shit-posting about "Qanon" (just like fake news does, for some odd reason).

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S8-10 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree. I was hopeful about it back in the Vegas Shooting stages but towards the end i heard about Operation Trust and realized how eerily similar it was. Fortunately my fiancee kept me home on jan 6 or i'd probably be a political prisoner rn. Even if the original 'q clearance patriot' had good intentions the Q movement at large was a trap and Jan 6 the jaws closed

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MAGA1775 1 point ago +3 / -2

Yeah its designed to get the followers into the mindset that "everything that is happening is a movie" which is following a perfectly executed, infallible script to bring down the deep state.

All people have to do is put their faith in "the plan" and then everything else sorts itself out....that's why they rationalize that bad stuff is actually good.....to the point that Biden winning was even part of the plan to "expose the enemies and wake normies up."

Its the perfect psyops to make a group of people think they are winning, when they are actually losing.

I brushed it off until after the election, that's when I looked into it more and it all made sense.

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S8-10 2 points ago +2 / -0

The funny thing is when you point out flaws with the whole Q movement, the "true believers" say "Q taught us critical thinking and to think for ourselves! What is wrong with that, huuhh????" While simultaneously saying "nobody question anything that doesnt add up about Q or Trump or any world events." Their "critical thinking" is predicated by swearing to blindly believe in these "sacred texts" no matter what their lying eyes tell them to the contrary.

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unicornpoop 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same thing happened to me at the beginning of rona, when I pointed out the death rate was lower than the actual seasonal flu and it was all a sham. Fear porners downvoted me to oblivion. It was so bad I had to leave the site for months.

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labiator -2 points ago +1 / -3

You poor wee thing. Nobody should have to endure such torture.

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Smurfection 3 points ago +3 / -0

I know it's tough to take some of that. There's been times I've been right about things here and on T_D and been called names. First, rejoice in your vindication. Second, conservatives are not followers. We're opinionated complainers. Democrats act like lemmings and the average Democrat just goes along with whatever the Fake News tells them and when asked pointed question usually responds "I don't know" because they have no critical thinking skills and they never ever question anything the left tells them. Conservatives are different in that we question everything to death, even the dumbest conservative will chime in and say something contrary, negative or whatever. It's just the nature of the two different parties for both to act in these respective manners. It's also why average Democrat voters can't really deal with conservatives. The average liberals wants to always be agreeable and nice whereas the average Republican is always looking to start something, find the gray cloud on a sunny day and or ask just basic questions about processes and operations. that's what makes us seem "mean" and "naughty" and "disagreeable" to lefties. So when you get attacked for an opinion that you know is right, that's got to be it's own reward because conservatives never let up and yeah, even the dumbest conservative will hold a stupid opinion like it's a life floaty in the middle of an ocean just to be a non-comformist.

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Smurfection 3 points ago +4 / -1

With a whiny self righteous response like that, I'm thinking the mods are probably right.

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MAGA1775 0 points ago +2 / -2

He's literally been banned about 20 to 25 times now and keeps coming back and whining about the mods and everyone here. Spends all day attacking everyone and stirring shit up and keeps getting banned for it, rightfully.

The original account was u/YourOwnGreatGrandma

This person obviously has some kind of personality disorder or mental illness. From their posts, it seems like narcissistic personality disorder. They claim to hate this place so much, but obsessively keep coming back.

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45ForEver2024 1 point ago +1 / -0

The truth hurts!

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QLARP -2 points ago +1 / -3

In Pennsylvania a republican legislature changed the laws because they got roasted foe only being able to vote on 1 day from 8am to 8pm.

As they opened up early voting in 2019 legislative session.

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S8-10 2 points ago +2 / -0

Early voting isnt the only thing that happened. There was a lot of late voting too. And ballot drop boxes. Universal mail in ballots. Most of these changes, in the states they happened in, did not come by way of legislation, as the Constitution dictates they must. The secretary of state ordered it, or a judge decided it should happen. In some cases, both. Neither of these sources are legal ways to change election law in this country and therefore all elections with illegal voting should not have been certified.

And fyi, there is nothing wrong with a single day of voting from 8 am to 8 pm. Anyone who says otherwise is trying to open up avenues to defraud the system

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QLARP 0 points ago +1 / -1

did not come by way of legislation, as the Constitution dictates they must.

Article 2 says the legislatures are the only ones that can pick how electors are given, for example in pen by popular vote.

Article 2 doesn't say every change has to be made by a legislature.

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S8-10 1 point ago +1 / -0

If it says the state legislature gets to pick, and it doesnt say the SoS or judge gets to pick, these other parties don't inherit the power by virtue of not being mentioned.

The Constitution doesnt say "s8-10 cant make changes", so move over everyone i'm setting election law now!

...dumbass...

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QLARP 0 points ago +1 / -1

We used to vote at a small church an as our precinct grew county elections officials moved our voting location to Elmwood elementary school because it had more room in their gym then the church recroom.

Our state legislature didn't weight in on that election rules decision.

You are misinterpreting article 2. Your argument was made in state Supreme courts that 2 million ballots should be thrown out because a SoS and governor changed the election rules.

And the state Supreme Court of Pennsylvania didn't agree with Trumps lawyers on their interpretation of article 2.

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S8-10 1 point ago +1 / -0

Apples and oranges and you know it. You can set up the precinct wherever population dictates, because that's what the law says. But the law also has specific rules about chain of custody, which the ballot boxes on street corners paid for with Zuckerbucks totally violate. No judge or SoS has the authority to defy the legislative-set law because he feels like it was inconvenient to abide by it that year. You're an absolute dumbass. How did you even manage to find this website

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Deadpool 20 points ago +20 / -0

Came to say this also. They didn’t change the laws, they broke or subverted the laws. What they did was illegal and gives reason for the state legislatures to decertify the electoral votes. Words matter.

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sully 2 points ago +2 / -0

If only the Legislators had a backbone and realized they were fucked over as lawmakers. They simply just don't care. They didn't lose their jobs over the election. I'm sure a lot were in on it, too.

"Sure you can do whatever you want for the Presidential and Senate elections just don't fuck with my state position".

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Deadpool 1 point ago +1 / -0

A few were cowards, a few tried but have very little support, and many were in on the grift of the American people. We took notes so we know who will be held accountable if that time comes soon.

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notCIA 7 points ago +7 / -0

Both. Some were changed, and all broke the law.

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Shellingas 6 points ago +6 / -0

That's what they did in Pennsylvania. They knew they had no authority to make the changes to the laws they wanted to make, but they figured out a way to do it. Then they fired the one person to clean up the mess and blamed her not passing some sexual assault bill for her firing.

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spezisacuckold 2 points ago +2 / -0

They knew they had no authority to make the changes to the laws they wanted to make, but they figured out a way to do it

That's a really funny way of saying "We're just going to ignore all of this blatantly unconstitutional stuff we're doing."

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SeawolfEmeralds 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes even had a press conference saying it was for the metoo nasty business. Then cuomo was up

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QLARP 0 points ago +1 / -1

In Pennsylvania the legislature changed some of the laws in 2019.

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rootGoose 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yeah, both.

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the_neon_cowboy 42 points ago +42 / -0

They openly ignored laws, rules, constitutions and counted votes that would have been discarded in every single election ever held before it. On top of openly not only denying but actively preventing any oversight, ejecting and preventing entry of republican poll watchers. Even going so far as covering windows to the buildings. Fallowed by standing in the way at any semblance of an integrity check, deleting and destroying records, fighting tooth and nail to prevent audits and smearing anyone who dares question any clear in your face irregularities. Just plain shady shit that would set off alarm bells with anyone a functioning brain..

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Serioush 7 points ago +7 / -0

That sounds illegal, surely someone went to prison for this right?

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spezisacuckold 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not a single person. LOL

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Truglow 28 points ago +28 / -0

Georgia has turned into a big ghetto. Such a beautiful place has been taken over by Atlanta and its socialist minions.

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AlphaNathan 2 points ago +2 / -0

U N I V E R S I T I E S

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DonLemonParty 1 point ago +1 / -0

I lived in OKC back in 2007 for the year. I noped the fuck out and transferred to a smaller college and town.

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Retard_Strength 12 points ago +12 / -0

lived in Atlanta for 15 years, hell I still work for a company in Atlanta. And you aren't wrong.

There are still some small pockets of safety here and there in the city, but for the most part it just isn't worth it. It's turned into yet another Democrat hell-hole of no-go zones, high crime and failing schools.

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Truglow 6 points ago +6 / -0

Years ago I used to park my car a ride MARTA to concerts. I was there a couple of years ago and noticed the entire city is broken up into go-no go zones. One night in a motel close to the mall was an all night experience clutching my hand cannon.

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Retard_Strength 4 points ago +4 / -0

now you're starting to see the decent parts of the city (like Buckhead) trying to break away from the cesspool, but their efforts are always up against everyone screaming 'Rayciss!' at them.

Because, you know, if you're a decent part of town, you're just supposed to take it when the no-go areas drive over to loot you.

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Truglow 2 points ago +2 / -0

Never thought human trafficking and murders would be on the local news in my part of the state on a daily basis. Our AG needs to steep up on the illegals here and stop with the slogans. There’s no property seizure money in it so I know why.

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invalid_data 6 points ago +6 / -0

I mean it's the black capital of the US. And I don't mean normal black people. The ghettoest of American city black culture all condensed to Atlanta. Shoot black people aren't a minority in Atlanta anymore, they are the majority and by a lot.

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independentbystander 2 points ago +3 / -1

The Flyover South is littered with DNC/POC-controlled big cities. This rather "enlightening" graphic shows cities over 100,000 with a black population over 30%.

It is quite obvious that the Southeast states bear the brunt of these ghetto no-go zones, where the rest of the country has little of that by comparison. In my time in Los Angeles among the Bauzuo, I always found it laughable when they would screech about Southern people being "intolerant of blacks" when we deal with the highest concentrations of black people, while they have relatively few by comparison.

My point is we don't "hate black people," we hate corruption and crime and random violence. And it just so happens that those Flyover State no-go-zones are rife with corruption and crime and random violence, especially in recent years. We aren't avoiding black people when we stay away from those big-cities, we are avoiding crime and random violence. They call it "White Flight," we call it situational awareness and common sense.

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justicein2020 2 points ago +2 / -0

we? nah. not WE. just some of us.

Because this WE right here is racist as fuck and i admit it.

I went to a majority black highschool. I saw. And only time travel can fix that.

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MAGAguitar 19 points ago +19 / -0

Seems like a good list of states to decertify.

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Fenlandlad 16 points ago +17 / -1

It was obvious to everyone that the election was fraudulent just by these facts alone.

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DrTar 12 points ago +13 / -1

The laws didn't change in Wisconsin, the Elections Commission violated the existing law by telling town clerks they could use drop boxes and didn't have to provide witnesses in nursing homes. That doesn't even include the harvesting of driver's licenses in Milwaukee and Madison to fake up ballots for Biden.

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Vox_Dobad 10 points ago +10 / -0

Yeah, echoing other Pedes here, they didn't change laws. They subverted and broke laws. This needs to be unstickied until it's changed

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spezisacuckold 8 points ago +8 / -0

To be absolutely crystal clear here for the non-Trump supporter lurkers reading and for history's sake, most of these states objectively did not legitimately change their election laws (or policies for that matter), because per Article II Section 1 of the US Constitution, only the state legislatures can set election laws and policies, and most if not all of these states do not have delegation doctrines for election laws and policies written into their state constitutions, which means that this duty provided by Article II Section 1 can only be fulfilled by the state legislature. Not the state executive (Governor and the state's departments), not the state judicial system (State Supreme court down to municipalities)... only the state legislature.

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Iranhasnukes 8 points ago +8 / -0

They didn’t change laws, they cheated

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rootGoose 8 points ago +8 / -0

All Mark Elias’ doing.

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ConservativeAF 6 points ago +6 / -0

Those are also the states where Zuckerberg spent $500 million + into specific counties and coordinated directly with the local elections supervisors offices in order to “help” them run the elections. Most of the places they did this were democrat strongholds and the goal was to increase the number of mailed ballots returned. Sadly, it’s not technically illegal for these supervisors of elections offices to accept financial help from “non-partisan” groups. But it was clearly partisan (possibly making it illegal) because they didn’t offer the same help and resources in heavily red areas.

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Visceroth 6 points ago +6 / -0

Same states that suddenly stopped counting in the middle of the night

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Juice 5 points ago +5 / -0

THEY FUCKING CHEATED

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Gwoz8881 4 points ago +4 / -0

Clearly republican voter supession!

/s

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TrumpForceOne2020 3 points ago +3 / -0

They were turned blue by ballot counters

Dems put you all back in chains

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tashnag_01 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is what happens when you give up your guns.

Oh....wait!

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MehNahMehNah 3 points ago +3 / -0

Meanwhile in Georgia Dominion Systems will still be used in elections.

There has been no effort to ensure fair elections - heads need to roll or it's Stacey Abrams next governor.

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henri_derelicte 3 points ago +3 / -0

The solution is clear: we need to destroy the Democratic Party

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labiator -2 points ago +1 / -3

Trump would tear the guts out of both parties and have a very viable third party if he were so inclined.

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henri_derelicte 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Dem party as a whole cannot be saved or reformed. The GOP, on the other hand, isn’t cucked as badly as the Dems. There’s enough of the GOP worth saving, whereas the Dems need to be destroyed entirely

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labiator 0 points ago +1 / -1

I'll not disagree with that.

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Light_HIV_Effect 2 points ago +2 / -0

See, cheating works

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ChilledCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

NC subverted laws and almost flipped

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RedPillMAGALegend 2 points ago +2 / -0

Arizona is NOTTTTTTTT blue not by a long shot

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B1ueCo11ar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wierd those are the same ones that all stopped counting at the same time

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Beer-_-Belly 2 points ago +2 / -0

They didn't change the laws, they violated the laws.

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LtPatterson 2 points ago +2 / -0

now now, there was a deadly pandemic and in the constitution it says when there is a deadly pandemic you can do whatever you want with an upcoming election!

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afox198 2 points ago +2 / -0

And you heard byeden about "voter fraud". He was projecting because he knows they cant continue to pull out the same multiple tricks they did the last time now that people know what methods they use. And they used pretty much all of them to swing his "victory"

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potacarry 2 points ago +2 / -0

Illegally changed laws.

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Shellingas 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pennsylvania is a red state but it was invaded by liberals and swamp rats.

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bclautz 3 points ago +3 / -0

Philadelphia is the swamp of the state

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labiator 0 points ago +2 / -2

Imagine having no life that you feel commiepelled to infest red states with your leftist derangement.

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Nogozone 1 point ago +1 / -0

Mandates are not laws.

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CrispyQuesoSalami 1 point ago +1 / -0

Seems there could be a connection.

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TravelingSalesman 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't think they even changed the laws. They just fabricated vote totals and called it an election.

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Space_Force 1 point ago +1 / -0

States that ILLEGALLY changed their election laws.

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Hades440 1 point ago +1 / -0

"States that turned Blue at 3 am on November 4th."

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Error404 1 point ago +1 / -0

Turned should be in quotes “turned”

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Gunmolester 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is extremely dangerous to our Democracy

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TastyBurgers 1 point ago +1 / -0

Texas changed their laws. Texas stayed red.

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socrates2 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you live in one of those states. You better volunteer next election.

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zentoco 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, I know this one, they're the same picture! And weren't some/most done illegally too? Not that stealing a presidential election itself isn't illegal, which they've gotten away with, so far. Where's the Scooby gang already? Solve this!

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Tejas_Pepe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, many of us were screaming about this even before the election. It was all totally illegal, only state legislatures can change or enact voting laws, rules and regulations.

It's what Ken Paxton pushed to the Supreme Court, and was a winning hand, easily, except the SC pussied out and said Paxton had no standing. They knew if they heard the case they would have no choice but to rule in his favor, thereby nullifying the election in nearly every state.

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Riehlpissed 1 point ago +1 / -0

The POS

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trauncher 1 point ago +1 / -0

ILLEGALLY changed election laws

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erefernow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don't let your meme be dreams

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MAGAmanforever 1 point ago +1 / -0

All you need to know was Alexander Soros was actively calling for "most probably" providing mail vote drop boxes. The amount of fraud committed through the logistics chain alone was staggering. Our voting system might as well be a leftist controlled phone app at this point.

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RockapulcoRedpill 1 point ago +1 / -0

We and he should have been on it

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BumpForTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Didn't merely change law, but broke it.

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ArriveViolently 1 point ago +1 / -0

States that have done anything meaningful about it —————————

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SteelDriver 1 point ago +1 / -0

What a coincidence! :D

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Foomer 1 point ago +1 / -0

States we allowed election fraud in.