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AJoeDD 5 points ago +5 / -0

These 14 are just another distraction. Making you think that years long "2 more weeks" wait has finally ended and then it will go quiet until another distraction arises.

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AJoeDD 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yep. If mail ins are allowed, photos cannot be disallowed under that reason.

Photos would help security. Would be nice if people voluntarily could show their ballot photos that they filled out and then see if there were alterations in places doing audits like was done in Maricopa.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

As I understand in Alaska the top-4 can continue so Murkowski might not be 1st but will probably continue on.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've heard 5% is the normal rate in national elections. 27% sounds like it could be the highest in history by a large margin.

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AJoeDD 3 points ago +3 / -0

I irrationally can't help myself from checking P.W. this morning hoping for some early news from pede word of mouth in Wyoming.

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AJoeDD 4 points ago +4 / -0

Insidious. Friends like these are more dangerous than Dems.

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AJoeDD 5 points ago +6 / -1

If my numbers are up to date, that's about 17% higher than the normal miscarriage/spontaneous abortion rate.

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AJoeDD 5 points ago +5 / -0

Exactly. Every current Republican in power is the most dangerous evar. Like the Bushs, Cheneys, Romney. But even though they have no noticeable changes in the areas they were once called immoral and dangerous for, since they agree to be anti-Trump they get hailed as respected politicians.

If Trump decides to retire and play golf then they'll turn their propaganda on DeSantis. Then I guess he'll be too divisive as well. Fucking fox morons.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Another good example of them being irredeemable. Their network is made up of hacks who take orders from Paul Ryan and the Democrat offspring of the owner that have taken over.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

For randos I never knew until maybe a week ago, he's managed to insert himself into most dumb and disgusting at the same time. That good old combination of stupidity, arrogance, and aggressiveness.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

I remember reading the Phase III Clinical Trial data. Although it had the caveat of not checking very much, there numbers and safety for the time period they checked appeared good. If not too good to be true. So if there are missing deaths, that means data fraud and a huge crime. This would be legally actionable.

And regardless of any agreements they signed for no liability of the shots, it wouldn't change the crime of faking data used to get approval. Can anyone summarize how much was hidden and at what stage it was done? This could be the best path to hurting Pfizer, stopping the vaccines, and regardless of those succeeding, red pilling enough normies to refuse these vaccines in the future.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is no reason you can't copy something being subpoenaed right?

Attempts to subpoena it should eventually be shut down. There is no conceivable predicate.

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AJoeDD 4 points ago +4 / -0

He can request new passports after reporting them stolen. Fuck them if they're trying to interfere with any travel.

It should be an easy lawsuit too. There's no way this (and other stuff) has anything to do with the warrant, even though it's a BS warrant.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Might be a sign that deepstate bitches are committed to going the next step, even before some manufactured evidence from a plant comes out. They've decided to label him a terrorist and are going to try to force it and have it repeated over and over from their fakenews. Or in other words, the civil war is probably going to start now.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

This could be the greatest way to try to appease us into ignoring the problem longer. The FBI probably has a division of people that pretend to be good whistleblowers and go to distract Congress and send them on chases that eventually lead nowhere. I think we're a year past when Grassley said he found whistleblowers about the FBI being politicized and nothing happened, I don't think there has even been a vague plan for what to do if they take back Congress. Just tweets.

Not believing any of this until there is concrete action.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

I assume you're talking about military drones not the toy drones that China is most known for. What's this based on? Drones started use 20 years ago, and started being used for strikes about 10 years ago. Yet they are 10 years ahead of us, somehow? Odd. His statement must have a public source that we can verify, like a Chinese drone test, since if he learned this from his contracts with various governments he would't be allowed to reveal it. I'm skeptical until seeing a source. Though if true they have an edge in drones, it doesn't erase their pattern of embarrassing tech development in other fields and indicate that all of their military tech is on the same footing.

What I can find by searching is not positive for the CCP. https://eurasiantimes.com/chinas-very-own-version-of-us-predator-drones-falling-apart-in-global-market-sales-reputation/

I have been hearing things like this for years in my field of molecular biology. The most prestigious journal Nature gets paid big bucks by China and they always hype them up. Sometimes they count the amount of good publications and compare a Chinese one (the Chinese Academy of Sciences) to other countries and show how good it's done, without mentioning the CAS has a few hundred institutions across the country that are counted as a single university. Sometimes they had outrageous stories which read like fiction that are very similar to the drone claim. I can still remember one in which they describe a British scientist visiting a seminar in a local Chinese institution and he was so shocked and amazed by what he saw, he stood up and with shaking hands pointing at the student presenting said "we have been surpassed!". In that work of fiction written for 12 year olds, they of course did not specify what this mysterious great tech was. It was over 10 years ago now, and no such magnificent biotech has ever come out of China that would remotely warrant such a crazed reaction. In reality, Chinese biological research remains far behind. There are a few excellent researchers, about on par for a developed nation, but the average research is very poor. In fact they even suffer from knockoff reagents that will systemically damage the chance of research success.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

Those vaccine positions are indefensible. I can understand some of the vaccine arguments people believe, but his statements are simply factually wrong and could have been easily checked.

"We know you'll need boosters". That's just outrageous. He can't be that dumb... The boosters are designed for out-of-date variants, so his logic beggars belief. Then "countries that went for herd immunity are in trouble, like Sweden, and will have to vaccinate and have boosters". How oddly evidence free. Sweden continues to do better than the US and booster-central, Israel. We're already in the time of boosters being around for a year or more, so we'd be able to see if what he said was true. Biological science also firmly tells us the opposite. Natural immunity will target multiple antigens so are more likely to work against a new variant than a vaccine. Vaccine antigens may not represent the structure of the real virus antigen faithfully, and, for these RNA vaccines, which are designed to only give a single antigen, they have no chance of ever generating a robust multi-antigen response.

He also ignores that pandemic stages switch to endemic phases because evolution favors a weaker, but better spreading virus. It's already not lethal enough to fear and will get weaker, so the idea of needing a vaccine and booster in the future is something only a Pfizer/Moderna agent could argue for. Even the lowest-hanging fruit of arguments against boosters makes him appear completely foolish.

But going back to China, the virus will be an ongoing problem for them. They insist on having 0 Covid because if they change their standard people will think it reflects badly on them since they insisted on lockdowns before. It will be harder and harder to achieve that with the better spreading variants. But they can probably wiggle out of it by faking the numbers again and just declaring 0 Covid. I'm actually surprised they haven't started faking the numbers since they certainly did before when they abruptly dropped to 0 cases. What could be their motivation for finding cases again?

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Based on what? Has something he said been used in their TV productions of the hearings?

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AJoeDD 6 points ago +10 / -4

Well it is time consuming and people should take a break for their sanity and schedule with all of this content IMO. But I don't think it's legit to criticize him for being behind the computer and on a streaming platform. It seems like you imply mainstream, traditional forms are better. Having a studio doesn't make your opinion better, so unless you are against all News talk shows or coverage, it doesn't make sense to critique this aspect.

The streamers are also more niche so you can find specialized content that's suited to you, in this case it's MAGA content. You're basically not allowed to be MAGA and honest on any other platform type. And if you're short on time, streamers are a benefit because it's easy to have them on your computer and multitask. I usually work or eat whenever I watch a stream.

I would agree if talking about someone like Tim Pool who tries to read a news article for as long as possible while making a clickbait title. But that's just an individual example. Streaming is still the best format for me.

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AJoeDD 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for the info. I'm kind of not surprised Zeihan thought that way about J6. While he shows he studied up in detail in some things, he gives me the impression of someone who is immodest, not very careful, and altogether felt a little suspect. I have heard the points about the resource problems, the cult-of-personality problems, and military problems from other sources though so I feel these are legitimate problems for the CCP.

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AJoeDD 6 points ago +6 / -0

Indeed. They should be banned in principle, but to add to the reasons, sometimes you're not even able to buy insurance that you're legally required to have. Anecdote time. Recently when I moved to a service apartment which also has a hotel section for short term guests, and my car insurance said they didn't accept my address because they considered it a hotel and refused to offer insurance. The thought process of the helpful gals on the phone was I just move out and rent somewhere else. I explained I had already paid for about 10 more months and what a huge waste of money that would be and they thought that was a cool story and said bye.

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AJoeDD 9 points ago +9 / -0

Almost identical wording has found its way into every job in America. A lot of people could join in. It would be best to get this stricken down en masse anyway.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

You can't rub a zoom in someone's face quite as well.

Also in the case of Zoom...Zoom was made by a Chinese American (iirc, an immigrant, not one born here) and Elon said it's insecure and won't allow it to be used by Tesla.

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AJoeDD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Despite many being bribed by the Chinese, I think globalists have more power over our politics than the CCP does. Currently it looks like globalists are at odds with China. They've been pissing each other off more openly in the last year.

While it's true we've been getting destroyed from the inside, it doesn't mean the CCP would win. They have too many vulnerabilities that would be exploited in war, and are quite weak. See above for posts and video links discussing why. They're on the verge of economic collapse and possible starvation in the near term before even considering war.

We already gave them enough of an excuse for war. They said there would be war if a military plane ever entered Taiwan, and that they'd immediately take Taiwan by force if it happened. But, they didn't do it. Despite the big loss of face it cause them with their people. That's because they're bluffing and know they would get wrecked in a war.

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