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Saw this for the first time recently and it kind of blew my mind
I have a personal theory that Biden will experience a "medical event" during the primaries and the electors will go to Newsom.
Either that, or what you guys are saying. I can't really decide either, but I guess we'll find out.
Hijacking to provide link to Crowder's webpage:
I don't have anything in particular to add. I saw some new projects to help decentralize content creation and thought you could potentially find it useful for the community in the future.
I'll have to brush up on my internet sluething skills. You're post is a great reference for where to start looking, so it's still a lot of help. Thanks!
Do you happen to have any links on hand or know where I could learn more about this? I always wanted to go down this rabbit hole, but never knew where to start. I wouldn't be surprised if they've scrubbed everything by now, but thought it was worth asking.
Gather round little centipedes, I’ve got a story to tell…
I’ve been busy with IRL stuff, so I won’t be posting like I used to. However, I’m pretty pissed about everything that’s been happening lately. Maui, Trump’s arrests, inflation, covid 2: electric boogaloo, just to name a few.
And you know what? I don’t think I’m the only one who’s pissed off.
Which brings me to the purpose of this post.
After the 2020 Election, evidence was getting memory-holed left and right. Videos posted to Twitter would be gone in a matter of hours. All Nov 3rd election livestreams from major networks were gone the following morning. Questioning the narrative resulted in bans from all mainstream social media. It was a purge the likes of which I’d never seen before.
But despite their swift and far-reaching coverup, a few scraps were saved before being censored. Today, I bring before you fragments of history lost to time. Until now.
After several years of marinating in clown world, Trump’s arrest is bringing the fraud back into the spotlight. So many people are ready to hear the truth, but they need to see it with their own eyes first.
In this post, I’ve compiled all the information I can remember at the moment. I have articles, reports, the videos on my channel, videos others have saved, videos that survived but were forgotten.
This is just a sampling of the astounding conspiracy that occurred during the United States Presidential Election of 2020. Don’t let what little remains be forgotten.
PS: Please forgive The Gateway Pundit links. What they lack in quality, they make up for in quantity. They had some links to videos that I couldn’t find direct links to. They’re not perfect, but I appreciate how they document basically everything (even if it’s not always as accurate as I’d like)
If you drive over to the Emory clinic on Clifton, it's gay central. The residential areas over there have loads of gay and trans flag yard signs. It's kind of unreal.
I think what's happening is probably the opposite. The "weird" kids get pigeonholed into the weird category for something as innocuous as liking anime. Once they're ostracized from their more well-adjusted peers, they have to branch out and look for some sort of social interaction.
LGBT operates like a cult and love-bombs vulnerable people so they feel like they finally belong somewhere. Disagreeing gets you excommunicated. In addition to that, your former friend group becomes a deranged mob with a personal vendetta against you.
I get what you mean about libraries. I've seen some
real crazies running other ones in my state. Thankfully, I got lucky and the people at my local one are pretty normal.
A non-woke reading cafe sounds pretty awesome though!
This might not be what you're looking for, but you can get access to a lot of stuff for free but you kind of have to jump through a few hoops first.
Free apps like Tubi, Crackle, and Pluto have a good bit to offer if you weed through the garbage. If your library participates, you can get access to free audiobooks and ebooks through an app called Libby. You can also sign up to an app called Hoopla with your library card and you get access to a set amount of things each months (movies, tv, books, music).
He was on a sub called r/esist lol
I'd still call and say you're going to local suppliers if they don't refuse mRNA.
Also, here's some links I found from other posters about buying local meat:
https://secure.westonaprice.org/cvweb_weston/cgi-bin/utilities.dll/openpage?wrp=chapter_dir.htm - directory of reps who can help you find a local supplier
https://shopalderspring.com - publically refuses to use mRNA
https://www.goodmeatbreakdown.org/ - explains butcher terminology
I'm no bourbon connoisseur, but Larceny is pretty good. Not super expensive either. Don't know anything about their politics though.
This helped me when I was going through some rough stuff:
It's the only self-help book I've read that's actually effective. It's worth noting that she could use it to try to justify the transition. But it could also clear up the depression long enough for her to realize that it's the cause of suffering, not her sex.
Just thought I'd throw it out there as one more thing the parents could try. They'll probably have to be gentle about suggesting it though. Maybe something like "hey, I know life's been difficult lately, and this book's really been helping me with the stuff I've been dealing with."
I'll be praying for the best.
Just ask Nancy Schaefer.
Oh wait, you can't. Cause she's dead.
This is very illuminating! I usually have a pretty reliable gut feeling for people, but I don't typically pick up on why someone might feel "off." Not that everyone who gives off weird vibes is a pedo, but this info seems like a good way to suss that out.
I have noticed the weird way some people tend to "hover" and disregard personal space almost like a predator with prey around children. There's probably a lot of other tells I just haven't figured out yet.
Thank you for taking the time to write all this! In the past year or so my perspective on this has rapidly changed. I used to believe that pedophiles were few in number and just lurked at the fringes of society. Lately, I'm starting to realize it's a much worse problem that anyone would like to admit. The foster/adoption system especially.
If you haven't already seen it, former GA state senator Nancy Schaefer conducted a very revealing investigation on cps here in GA. You can find the pdf link here.
Do you have any books about the topic that you would recommend? I have trouble wrapping my head around how we've allowed our society to devolve into this mess.
I believe they mentioned it being in Fulton, but I didn't write it down right away so I could be wrong.
I think the only possible legitimate explanation would be if there was an issue with the poll pad. If there was some issue with the connection to the EMS, but the data still remained locally on the poll pad. But that raises new concerns about the potential for voting multiple times. The segment didn't go into any detail about what the problem actually was which is suspicious to me.
Also, CrackerJack2 went into detail about the election tech in his comment. I think that would rule out there being any voter info on the cards.
Thanks for those details! I didn't know what role the card played in the process so this helps.
I don't understand how the process they're describing would even work. Like PorchLightOn said, it's not like the ballot has identifiable info on it. How could you "fix" the problem?
Unless there are additional methods I'm unaware of, early voting in GA works exactly like day of voting. You go in, sign in with somebody who has a poll pad who hands you a card, go to an electronic ballot marking device, stick the card in the device, select your candidates via a touchscreen, and a printer next to the device prints out a sheet of paper with a qr code. You then take it over to a tabulator and feed it through.
Like you said, unless the qr codes have voter info (which I would think would violate some law), how would they identify her ballot? Unless I missed something at the beginning of the segment that said she early voted by mail and they hadn't opened the envelope, I don't see how it's possible. Even then, they could just say "we've received it but haven't counted it."
Also, I've never heard anyone in GA refer to voting by mail as early voting. AZ confused me when I was first learning about their election process because of that.
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