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Hattmall 3 points ago +3 / -0

Do you have billions to sacrifice? Are you elon?

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Hattmall -6 points ago +2 / -8

Trump was pretty open about not liking people who fail / get caught. What's he supposed to do sacrifice himself over a bunch of people that accomplished nothing and didn't even take advantage of COVID to wear masks. Trump is doing what he can and that's working to take away some of the social control away from Dems. After the election we were severely hindered from any meaningful organization by being tied into the main tech companies that censored communication.

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Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think you misunderstand the "new" adjudication. They wouldn't have any need for paint. The original ballot image is display only temporarily. The poll workers fills out a brand new electronic ballot and it is printed. The entire stack is then re-scanned. The original ballot is actually discarded and the new ballot is now part of the stack. The batch is only validated and included in tabulation when there are no errors.

It's not even technically adjudication. That's supposed to be when the poll worker and observer don't agree on the voters intent and multiple people will look at it.

This is an entirely different process that's integral to the ballot tabulation in states with printed ballots. I don't know if you are in Georgia, but this is how retarded the voting is. We vote on a Computer. The computer then prints out a piece of paper. We take that piece of paper and input it into a scanner. That scanner doesn't actually read the ballot it just increments a counter. Then after polls closed the ballots are taken and scanned to get the results. The only validation is that the total number of scanned ballots is equal to the total of incremented counters. When we have a "recount" we are not actually a re-tabulation of the ballots. Only validating that the count of ballots equals the counters. An audit is a re-tabulation but it's not any type of thorough inspection.

The ballots are just printed on regular paper with a shitty off the shelf HP Laser printer. The quality of ballot varies based on humidity, level of toner and the quality of the drum in the printer.

So the poll workers having to duplicate ballots is very common. In theory it shouldn't be a problem because each station is supposed to have at least 3 people. The worker and two watchers, but with any variation to the oversight the situation is extremely ripe for exploitation.

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Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you actually not know how it works? Read about Ballot Adjudication. It was pretty well document in 2020.

It's not some insanely complex process. The ballots are paper. They are scanned in batches very quickly. A batch tally is presented with the amount of valid ballots. It doesn't show the results, but it shows the number of ballots and the number of successful scans. Such as 100 of 100 , or 95 of 100. The election worker can either accept the batch tally and begin adjudication if needed or disregard and scan the entire batch again. To try and get a higher (or lower) valid count.

Any ballot that fails to get a valid scan is adjudicated. That means a ballot pops up on screen along side the scan and the election worker then duplicates the ballot. The original ballot is discarded and the new ballot is mixed in with the batch.

That's basically it. The election works can adjust sensitivity settings or use other tricks to get a higher number of ballots needing adjudication and then they can put in whatever results they like. In Fulton County in 2020 there were many many batches with adjudication rate in the 90% range.

The check on this is that each party is supposed to have an observer at each ballot station to monitor the entire process including adjudication, signature matching, etc. In 2020 observers were kicked out, denied entry or placed at a distance where viewing was impossible. Or as in Atlanta, ballots were simply batched and adjudicated after claiming they were stopping. In 2022 they just had democrats apply as the republican poll watchers and then report that all poll watching spots were full.

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Hattmall -12 points ago +2 / -14

Babies arent developed enough to really experience pain. They get the inputs and everything but it's not processed in the same manner. If you measure the inputs that relate to pain of babies they are crazy high all the time as organs moving around and initial growth.

It's not so crazy to not use anesthesia when operating on them as long as you are talking about actual infants, like newborns, neonates.

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Hattmall 7 points ago +7 / -0

Columbus went 4 times. He brought people back and forth and charted the routes. Huge difference vs just sailing and ending up in new places and talking about it. Columbus knew exactly where in the world he was. He even predicted an eclipse and used it to scare natives into helping him. To do that he had to legitimately know where he was because the eclipse only even hit a narrow band of earth.

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Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's a scam, they already do this. They are just pitching it in a different way, white people can get this too. It's just a shitty deal. What happens is BOA buys the house first, sets you up on a payment plan for X months. If you meet all those obligations then they refinance the house and sell it to you, using a portion of what you paid as the down payment and closing costs. It's great for the bank. If you miss one payment you lose it all with no foreclosure. If the property goes up in value they can get a better rate when they resell the mortgage because the equity ratio is higher. If the property goes down they already have the buyer locked in as buying it at the higher rate. There are many companies operating this model right now.

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Hattmall 3 points ago +3 / -0

How tf do they not know? Surely there's somewhere with a list of everyone eligible right?

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Hattmall 3 points ago +5 / -2

he didn't say it was at home though.

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Hattmall -2 points ago +3 / -5

The whole point though is to introduce a lower load of spike protein than if you actually get covid. The vaccine gives you something like 10000 times less spike protein than a moderate covid infection.

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Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can people just stop posting twitter links. WTF. It's a completely enemy company, and even more importantly. It is an absolutely horrible way to to get information. And this link to has been removed by the shit company that Twitter is anyway.

Please post real fucking links to actual content. If it's Communist News use archive.is links so they can't edit it.

But just stop with fucking twitter... please.

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Hattmall -1 points ago +1 / -2

No, not at all. That's how warrants work, and because of this if they did find something else it would be inadmissible. The only things they would be allowed to take is the things the National Archives can claim as Presidential records.

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Hattmall 0 points ago +1 / -1

It's not going to a big reveal. They went to Mar a Lago in June and saw what documents were there and even took some stuff. And even asked the staff to put a better lock on the area where papers were stored. The affadivit is just going to say that based on what they saw in June they had reason to believe there were more documents still there... Because they saw them.

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Hattmall -6 points ago +1 / -7

That's a narrow scope in that they aren't looking for evidence of some other crime like J6 stuff or some sort of Hatch act, bribes, etc. Just looking for the official documents Trump may still have possession of.

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Hattmall 0 points ago +1 / -1

I'm gonna go ahead and say.. no. Even if the public has been made to think they know, I really doubt it. I certainly don't think Trump was up to anything with whatever the information may have been, but if there's any legitimacy to it it probably has to do with the X37-B and it's unknown weapons capacities.

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Hattmall 20 points ago +20 / -0

wow, really? As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster. To me, being a gangster was better than being President of the United States. Even before I first wandered into the cabstand for an after-school job, I knew I wanted to be a part of them. It was there that I knew that I belonged. To me, it meant being somebody in a neighborhood that was full of nobodies. They weren't like anybody else. I mean, they did whatever they wanted. They double-parked in front of a hydrant and nobody ever gave them a ticket. In the summer when they played cards all night, nobody ever called the cops.

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Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

That was 2016.

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Hattmall 3 points ago +3 / -0

You may have a point, when you can't find people to work a taco bell drive thru for $18/hr where do you get 87,000 IRS auditors from and expect them to be remotely competent. They will almost certainly cost much more than they bring in.

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Hattmall 3 points ago +3 / -0

The founding fathers DID have redress for that. It was in state governments and courts. But most of that has been chipped away at and then of course they could never anticipate electronic voting with adjudication and mail in ballots with no verification.

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Hattmall 3 points ago +3 / -0

If the midterms go Blue then the 2A is going to be severely impeded.

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Hattmall 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's not so much about preventing him from running as it is doing stuff to make it seem like his loss is legitimate.

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