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Thomas1963-1967 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wow! SCOTUS actually heard the case. Must believe that colleges had standing? I thought nobody had "standing" at SCOTUS these days?

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

Funny how all the democrats called 2016 election fraud and called for audits. Only reason they backed off is because a lot of SoS told them that their fraud would be uncovered. They just thought Trump would be an easy defeat so they didn't do enough fraud. Then, in 2020, they over did it and gave Biden 85M votes. Even they know he couldn't get over 65M on his best day.

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cool that this day has been officially declared a religious holyday. Afterall, the word holiday is a derivation of holyday. Hmm, I wonder if "they" know that. Funny that tjey bother to give it a name when all holyday names are about to be dropped. No more Memorial Day, Christmas, Columbus Day, New Years, etc. They will now simply be Holyday 1, Holyday 2, Holyday 3 and so on.

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

Only the one who died has standing (laying down?) and must sue in person.

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

They were for audit when Hillary lost. Then realized that fraud would be found as they cheated to get her as far as they did. They thought they had added plenty enough fraud votes as "Trump was a definite loser". Then, for 2020 they got carried away and added way too many votes. No way Bided got 85M votes. They have to be against sudit now as ot will be too easy to discover fraud in sudit.

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Thomas1963-1967 7 points ago +7 / -0

Aren't there any rich Christian Conservati es that could start a bank?

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Thomas1963-1967 3 points ago +3 / -0

We all nred to report Kamala Jarris, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters for start.

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

On this, I stand with the Democrats. The machines were easily hacked. They kniw it because they did it in 2016 but still couldn't get Hillary elected. But they came back in spades in 2020.

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't think it is the people. Board members run on idyllic slogans and then take over power. I just see the humor in replacing the holiday names with a religious word. 😁 Maybe they should spend more school time on English and less time on CRT?

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

This interview with Bennett gives insight into the missing ballots.

https://electionwiz.com/2021/05/14/az-audit-director-gives-important-update-on-missing-files-and-ballot-batches-discrepancies/

I talked with one of the observers this week and one box, for example, showed official talley of 100 and only had 15 ballots.

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Thomas1963-1967 15 points ago +15 / -0

Besides all the other good he fid, I think opening the eyes of the public to the swamp was possibly the most important Trump legacy, so far.

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Thomas1963-1967 13 points ago +13 / -0

So, Garland is threatening to start a Civil War with Arizona and a long list of other states? I think he should rethink that. He should save that bluster for unarmed states like New York and California. How dare he threaten violence against Arizona and the US Constitution. He should be fired immediately for malfeasance in office.

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Thomas1963-1967 3 points ago +4 / -1

I think the Arizona Rangers will have something to say about that. I believe the phrase is Molon Labe.

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Thomas1963-1967 1 point ago +1 / -0

States have been giving up States Rights bite by bite since the passing of the 17th Amendment. The job of the Senators, appointed by the states, was to defend states rights as defined by the 10th Amendment. Then the 17th Amendmemt passed and the Senate, elected by the people, became just a 100 member extension of the House. They needed to keep the people happy to get reelected rather than defend the state. Adios stated rights. It is about time the states grew a pair and fought back. One of the first signs of state sanity is to tell the feds where to stick the masks. Arizona, Florida, Texas and a few others stepprd up. Then to tell the Feds wjere to put the $300/week bribery to Democrats not to get a job. Again Arizona and a few other states stepped up. I am happy to report that I could give a dozen more examples of state backbone and huevos growth.

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Thomas1963-1967 36 points ago +36 / -0

Personally, I think that Maricopa County and Arizona Secretary of State certifying just short of 2.1 million ballots (for Maricopa County) and the audit only finding less than 1.9 million (just for Maricopa County) ballots and Biden winning the whole state of Arizona by only 10,000 ballots is enough for me. Those numbers just don't make the grade. TRUMP WON BY A LOT.

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Thomas1963-1967 7 points ago +7 / -0

I think the report will show a dozen variations of the fraud. I have family working there. I get the stories daily. Like a sealed ballot box with "100 ballots" as contents on the label. Break the seal, open the box, 15 ballots. Open a sealed box and the box is full of ballots on colored paper instead of white. I could go on and on. However, the big thing to me at the moment is that the vote was certified at just under 2.1M ballots and there are only around 1.9M. That is not a small discrepancy.

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Thomas1963-1967 8 points ago +8 / -0

My point is simply, there is over 100,000 less ballots than certified by SoS. I find that interesting. That saves time counting. 😁

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Thomas1963-1967 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well, only 49 states can visit Arizona. Arizona is already there. 😁

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