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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

California allows ballots postmarked be election day to arrive up to a week later.

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mua741 3 points ago +3 / -0

Let's be real here, if they can't prove fraud when they had the ballots and the voting machines, the routers aren't going to help.

It would be like asking for someone's mailbox because you think an incriminating letter went through it months ago - it's not going to help.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or just don't have any servers in Texas. It's not like Texas can control who you ban from a server in California.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

~1,566,000 for the House candidates. ~1,630,000 for Biden

So 64,000 more votes for Biden than for House Dems.

I guess 13,000 people could have voted for President and nothing else, (that's only <0.5% of total voters)

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

I thought outward opening doors were considered safer (easier to exit the building in a fire panic) and that's why commercial establishments were required to have them.

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wisconsin sends 8 representatives to the House, if you add up the votes the republican candidate got in each of those 8 races, you get ~1,661,000. Trump (officially) got ~1,610,000. 51,000 is the difference

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mua741 3 points ago +3 / -0

I really wish we could make our own fact checking site, because some of the stuff those boomers believed is just embarrassing and honestly makes the rest of us look dumb by association.

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

In Michigan (which uses the same machines), their investigation said that if a high speed machine has an error reading one of the ballots, it has you rescan the entire stack.

You may not believe the Michigan investigation, but we have to accept that internet forum standards of evidence and courtroom standards of evidence are not the same.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nothing in the scope of work guarantees that evidence will swing in the favor of our side.

My question is if the evidence doesn't swing in favor of our side, will we still accept it?

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mua741 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ron Johnson (US Senator from Wisconsin) saying that Trump lost Wisconsin not because of fraud, but because 51,000 Republicans didn't vote for him.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

The question to ask is If they commit crimes, can be arrested and prosecuted for those crimes?

Tourist and vacationers can be, so they are subject to US jurisdiction. Ambassadors can't be prosecuted under our laws, so they are not subject to US jurisdiction.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're right, but apparently this topic has a lot of people who've obviously never worked for an election, and somehow think you're going to complete a full hand count for every race between the polls closing and midnight.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

No state does all hand counting, every one of them does optical scan or electronic recording for most of their votes.

Some states do have some hand counts, but that's mainly so they don't have to pay for a machine for Mayberry's 30 voters.

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

polls here close at 8pm. My city had 1700 voters. so you want us to count 7 ballots a minute - with each ballots needing to be counted for multiple races (President, US Senator, House of Reps, State Senate, State Assembly, local races)

If you don't want to have the machines counting, you have to accept things may take time.

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

only a few hundred people?

My little city has 1 school (2 if you count the elementary and high school separate)

We had 1700 voters in November.

Also, I'm concerned that you apparently want to hand a list of everyone's SSNs to any one who volunteers to be a poll worker. It wouldn't do any good anyway since our ID cards don't have our SSNs listed.

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

Actually they don't, the local county run clinic here is even advertising that no identification is required.

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mua741 10 points ago +10 / -0

The "subject to it's jurisdiction" is there to exclude the children of ambassadors and other diplomats (those with diplomatic immunity)

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

What's Enrique from Proud Boys charged with now? Burning a fucking rainbow flag or something?

Burning a BLM banner, and not just charged but recently convicted (pled guilty)

Also a great example of how we shoot ourselves in the foot. If you want to convince people your group isn't racist, probably the last thing you should do is burn something belonging to a historically black church.

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, this.

The rules vary by state, but where I live observers are allowed to challenge the validity of the voter or absentee ballot, but who is it that judges the validity of the challenge?

Observers really have no power beyond documenting things, we need people to be volunteering to actually run the show.

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mua741 1 point ago +1 / -0

So are you opposed to all GMOs or just the Monsanto ones?

(Monsanto doesn't exist any more anyways, we let our biggest seed company get sold to the Germans)

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mua741 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not blaming you at all. The left made sure we didn't have the one demographic that was absolutely vital to things like this. The 18-29 group. The military intelligence types that study how nations get overthrown know this is the key group you need to pull off overthrowing the government.

They won't be the leaders, but you need a force of people who have nothing tying them down - haven't started a family yet, haven't settled down with a house and a career, literally nothing to lose. The fact they tend to be more fit is just bonus.

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mua741 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yes, totally agree.

If you can't prove the fraud while you have the voting machines and the original ballots, the routers won't help.

Honestly I think they don't actually want the routers so when they finally release the report (in two weeks, right?) they can be "Well, we didn't find any fraud, but the big mean Maricopa County board wouldn't let us have their routers."

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mua741 1 point ago +2 / -1

The GMO thing was an equal opportunity thing. I've seen more than a few right-wingers rail against Monsanto. Granted, the ones who did also tended to be the Q-anon following Great Awakening types, so take that as you will.

Case in point, Dr. Shiva, the (in)famous email-inventing MIT PhD who spoke at Mike Lindell's cyber-symposium - in 2018 he was giving speeches to Boston's March Against Monsanto.

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mua741 7 points ago +7 / -0

Depends on the counties. One Los Angeles County or Cook County counts more than hundreds of rural counties.

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