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  1. The reality we'd have if Biden became President is an administration working to sell American sovereignty to "the great reset." Time for rebellion if that happened. The only excuse I see for supposed Trump supporters advising accepting defeat is their not understanding what's at stake, but seems to me that Laura Ingraham would have access to enough information she should understand. Ellen
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  2. Korben, I disagree, not about the reality part. Laura Ingraham's approach is not a Stockdale Paradox. It is singing the narrative her Fox News bosses want her to sing. Acknowledging the reality of a situation is one thing. Making a prediction of fact ("will be") full of qualifiers like "frankly unlikely event" is another. This is spin (narrative), not acknowledgment of a negative reality simultaneous with belief in a positive outcome. Laura has no belief in a positive outcome. She only has a half-hearted hope. She has a belief in a negative outcome. Spiritually, she is cavi
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  3. Take a deserved break, seriously thanks for staying up in and all around .. whatever this is, great job.
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  4. In 2018 and 2019, I had the opportunity to travel to Russia several times on business. Most of my time was in Moscow, but I also visited St. Petersburg and Ryazan and a couple of other small towns in the vicinity of Moscow. Before every trip, I and my colleagues were briefed on acceptable behaviors in Russia and on what topics to avoid in conversation - the usual suspects including religion and politics. I found out on my first day in Moscow how difficult it is to avoid those topics as Russians are direct and often ask questions like "Do you go to church?" "Why are you single?"
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  5. Quoting a statement from the Marshall Report excerpt TG provided - emphasis added: "Sidney is experienced and ready to do whatever it takes to stop the reset of America to a global government." Quoting, with alteration, a line from "They Might Be Giants": "I hope the good guys win!!!" Ellen
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  6. TG, Link please? Outside of this, I've been bopping around JAG and other places trying to confirm what I can. The best I have been able to come up with is that civilian lawyers can defend clients in military courts like in court martials. I don't know about prosecutions, yet. Every place I look, instead of information, I get a buttload of ads for attorneys. (Some have easy payment plans, too. ) I did come across a very interesting and partially relevant video, though. I just now looked at the Marshall Report site to see if anything changed and i
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  7. Dockets dockets dockets... Isn't it funny how the courts do these things according to their own schedules based on parties fulfilling the courts' criteria and not according to what people think? Michael
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  8. Its a good attitude to have. Its something I'd tell my son. Mannerisms in my written way of communicating are different than my internal methodologies. When the score has me down to my opponent I haven't lost. Not while I can mount an offense. Do I deal with my morale? Of course. Its part of regaining an edge. What you said "I am so pissed at them I could spit." resonates. It is personal. Though making others targets of my animosity doesn't improve my chances of winning anything. I have so little mental space to waste on an outcome, on an occupation for feeling as if I've gained trac
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  9. TG, I did something I rarely do these days. I went around to the normal newsfeeds without signing in, including YouTube, Google, Yahoo and others just to see what was cooking. My God! If you pay attention to that crap, you will think everything is lost and Trump is an idiot. This is just like the couple of months before the 2016 election, except instead of doing fake polls and so on, now they amplify all court losses as if they were final judgments that destroy the cases, and they are treating the Bidens like royalty. Did you see how many articles there are about Biden's fu
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  10. Finally we are going to see some real action. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Tosses GOP Lawsuit on Absentee Ballots, Lifts Block on Certification of Election I could go into some thorny details, but frankly, I am no longer interested in what Pennsylvania courts say about this. The fact is, this ruling is the step that had to happen for this case to get before the Supreme Court. That is, if Rudy & Co. want to take this case to SCOTUS. If they do (and I suspect they will, either as stand-alone or bundled with others), at least this part about the Pennsylvania State Judiciary
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  11. For those who think Stockdale Paradox and Rand's Razor means Biden won (we have to accept reality, after all), does the following fit into reality? That's called a quick status report. Current status of legal election activities = reality. Those things are real reality, not spin. They are growing, too, not diminishing. The direction is toward more efficacy, not less. They are increasing both in number and their power to determine the delegates of different states to the Electoral College--quantity and quality. Also, these legal activities will not go away by people wis
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  12. I've been hoping that the Pennsylvania legislature would do that. The populace in most of the state must be furious at the fraudulent Philly and Pittsburg shenanigans. Ellen
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  13. To go Randian on this and switch things around on a quote, remember when Gail Wynand told Roark to design his house, then only design mediocre things thereafter? He said, "That's easy," then designed a mediocre house for Wynand. Let's suppose we are in a football game, it's half-time and our side is down say 30 points. (Metaphorically it's much less and the coach in my fictional example below is no Roark, but for illustration, this works.) Someone says, "Let's be realistic." The coach says, "That's easy." Then he tells the team, Unless our play changes in a dramatic a
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  14. Sidney retweeted this. I agree. November 25, 2020 was a very good day for pro-American values. It was an awful day for the Deep State and anti-Trumpers. Michael
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  15. TG, All true, but... That was humor straight from TheDonald.win. They were mocking the people you mentioned. At least that's how I took it. TheDonald.win would never post something like that in earnest... Michael
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  16. No ouch. Happy Thanksgiving.
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  17. And here is Sidney talking to Lou Dobbs about the pardon. I don't know about the lawsuit yet. It's probably coming shortly. I know the Trump team did one. But with General Flynn unshackled, at least one Kraken has been released. And man is it pissed. Michael
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  18. This is a president. Not that other stuff... Michael
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  19. MSK, if you're still up, then don't read this, else you might be too excited to fall asleep:
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  20. I wanna stay up to see the Kraken filed in court, but I only got one hour of sleep last night. I did see a good portion of the hearing in Pennsylvania. What a show! I think the Pennsylvania legislature is going to move on this. But judicially, I don't see how the courts can ignore it. Also, Rudy said he has whistle-blowers from inside the system in addition to the poll watchers, but he wants them subpoenaed so they can get legal protections. They are afraid for themselves and their families. I'm checking out for a few hours... Michael
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  21. NEWS: Pennsylvania judge blocks state from certifying election results in presidential and all other races. and... https://www.law360.com/articles/1332475/pa-judge-halts-election-certification-for-mail-in-vote-fight
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  22. https://hereistheevidence.com "Due to the irregularity of this current 2020 Presidential Election, this is a crowdsourcing tool for organizing anomalies and legal issues. Our desire is that more of the election process would be made transparent so there would be unquestionable confidence in our voting systems. This is for aggregating publicly available items of evidence that would be admissible in court, not general election news stories or updates. Submitted items may be edited or deleted to ensure quality of content. To submit another source under a claim, use the same cl
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  23. I thought that was all and now there is this. I don't know what that means yet except on the surface, but it feels like something just started... Michael
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  24. I'm seeing headlines that President Trump will be pardoning General Michael Flynn. If so, we will see the Kraken that Sidney is unleashing. And if the Kraken is Flynn (which I believe), he's really pissed off at a lot of people. General Flynn can't operate too well with that idiot Judge Sullivan tying him up in legal technicalities about a case that no longer has a prosecutor. With a pardon, Flynn will no longer have legal shackles. He will be free to roam the wide open seas and pick and choose among the ships he wants to fuck up. Also, the rest of Sidney's team will
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  25. The Politico Poll is here: PowerPoint Presentation (politico.com) See also the poll featured at "SEVENTEEN PERCENT of Biden Voters Said They Wouldn’t Have Voted for Him if They Knew About Media-Censored Scandals": PowerPoint Presentation (mrc.org)
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  26. Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump Poll: 79 Percent of Trump Voters Believe ‘Election Was Stolen‘ breitbart.com/2020-election/…via @BreitbartNews They are 100% correct, but we are fighting hard. Our big lawsuit, which spells out in great detail all of the ballot fraud and more, will soon be filled. RIGGED ELECTION! Percent of Trump Voters Believe ‘Election Was Stolen’Politico’s 2020 Voter Priorities Survey shows that a vast majority of Trump voters believe the election results are fradulent.breitbart.com November 24th 2020
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  27. This promises to be a very interesting report. Also, note the name of the program: The Fall of Joe Biden. It makes you wonder if Chanel knows something the public doesn't yet. Michael
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  28. TF, For me the Dead Man Walking is the National Review and that whole crowd. (With the exception of Victor Davis Hansen and maybe one or another that do not come to mind right now.) Endless war for the profit of the ruling class has lost the smokescreen of patriotism. It's now seen by a huge portion of the USA as a vile scam. Too many Americans saw the way President Trump waged war against ISIS--beginning, middle, end--short and deadly. They now know it's not that hard. Mattis is one of the really nasty ones. He said recently he thinks America first is a bad idea for t
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  29. TG, Regardless of all the technical stuff, it looks like Sidney can exercise her profession in a military court in a meaningful way and that is fucking great news If President Trump ever invokes the Insurrection Act. Michael
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  31. This is what the mainstream press is trying to kill and can't. As Rush Limbaugh says about President Trump's bond with his supporters, the press did not make that, so the press cannot kill it. Only Trump himself can kill it and he never will. Sydney Powell came out of nowhere and righted a wrong--a judicial travesty--for Michael Flynn. She is doing that now re Dominion and Smartmatic. That's a bond the press cannot touch for as much as it mocks her and lies about her. TF, When she took that asshole Andrew Weismann (the "attack dog" of the Mueller Team) to the S
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  32. Ellen, Just looking at the Business Insider article, there's this beauty. I read a comment in an article earlier and it applies here. Have we known these "sources close to the president" to be right about anything? Anything? Even when they are in the ball park, lots of worms always come in the apple. I add to that, have we known these "sources close to the president" to outright lie? Yup. One time after another going all the way back to what they said about Michael Flynn in the beginning and everything else in between--all during President Trump's first term. T
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  33. Apparently S Powell is already old news , no mention on Drudge , that whole 'thing' was like so 10 o'clock
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  34. mmp, Would you rate memory of the observation that I've begun this sentence as true as the observation of its completion? That memory over t1 to t2 as true as the observation at t2? I'd say yes, and various competencies of memory, including semantic memory, are involved in the observation that one is writing a sentence or that one has read a complete sentence. Observation engaged in our everyday reasoned maneuvers, such as getting to the coffee maker, is not so simple as old philosophers cracked it up to be. Scientific observation is even more elaborate and embedded in more elaborate reas
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  35. Hey all, thanks for answering in my thread! Guyau, I agree with you, that arbitrary could be a stolen concept. But I am not saying that there at not non-arbitrary statements. I am asking, how we can achieve the same level of certainty about an abstraction as we have about an observation. There is a long way between arbitrary and certain. Something could be founded in evidence, hence not arbitrary but still just a hypothesis or theory. How can we ever say that our stories or interpretations are as true as something we observe with our eyes? Brant, I am not sure I follow. Conscio
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  36. Michael, are you suggesting that coconuts migrate?
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  37. The Exciting "D" Word Again - 2020 It's that time of year again. This year, it's a hard time for everyone. With the shutdowns and everything, my own income has taken a hit. Yet I keep this site going and manning it long hours each day. I believe more than anything right now, and in light of the election coup taking place, it is imperative to provide you and others in our community a small resting place from the onslaught by the mainstream media. If it looks like I'm selling you hope, that's exactly what I'm doing. We have fought to make things better and we are still doing
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  38. Incidentally, what William just did is a favorite trick of lefties. They don't look for something in the right place, the place where it exists, but instead look for it in the wrong place. Then they blare out to the entire world that they couldn't find the thing. They can get quite clever at how they dress this up, too. The most recent is them hollering to the four winds that they didn't find illegal ballots on recount. Why? Because they only looked at anonymous ballots in the most general way. You can't detect illegal ballots that way. They won't tell you that. But that's where
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  39. TG, "Biblical" in this context means Sidney is going to fuck some shit up Homerically. On another point, you never want people of her talent, or Lin's for that matter, to believe they are, for real, in battle against Satan, The Satan, and God has chosen them to defeat the Pretender. (That is, if you are on the bad side. ) But that's what they believe. And their souls are full. People like that don't stop. And don't think this is just a Christian thing. Other people get there. But Christians do it really well. People like that don't have anything to lose when the
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  40. How delicious would it be to see in 2022 that the very last broadcast story of the network formerly known as CNN is about learning the identity of the funding entity for Sidney Powell’s lawsuit came from S F T ( Sandman Freedom Trust). one is still allowed to dream , yeah ?
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  41. Here's is a signal something is not as it seems. OAN, which is about as insider into the Trump people as any press will get, tweeted this not 3 minutes ago. Something's cookin'... Michael
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  42. I came to the conclusion a long time ago that humans are made out of the same stuff the rest of the universe is. The fact that the human species has survived and thrived is proof that the universe is benevolent, but not as a separate entity. It's more like saying our bodies are benevolent to our individual selves. The only non-benevolent part is illness, maiming and death. The existence of happiness and achieving potential makes up for all that. This thought is not all that profound, I admit, but it has served me as an anchor. Michael
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  43. More on Dominion. Poor Sidney Powell has been doing double duty on preparing a case and being the public face for the Kraken. Well, publicity-wise, the Kraken just roared. and I saw Jesse Waters's report on Dominion earlier tonight. It didn't hold a candle to this one by Chanel Rion, the White House Correspondent of OAN. She's kicked Jesse's ass and did not even break a sweat. Michael
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  44. T, If you're interested, dig a little on your own. I'm not being snarky. It's just that I did a huge amount of digging and summarized what I found as is. I just don't feel like starting all over in order to argue if this is possible. Nor do I feel like playing that game where one says, look at that, and the other says, that's not believable, and on and on and on. But not to go all attitude and no substance, dig into the funding and training of BLM and Antifa, for starters. They are the cannon fodder of those paying the bills. I imagine there will be sleeper cells for more higher
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  45. TG Moot can be overturned. I'm not as much up on legal procedure as I would like, but as I understand it, since everything in the courts (state and federal) dealing with this election are on fast-track, it is highly doubtful that the Supreme Court will take a single case to examine. I don't know the formalities, but, in my understanding, SCOTUS will hear a group of cases if it were clear that between them, the results of fraudulent votes would affect the outcome of the election. In pulling it out of my ass mode, should a moot judgment get to the Supreme Court, it would not rule
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  46. A revolutionary war in the guise of a civil war...interesting.
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  47. This looks like bad news, but I think it's actually good news. JUST IN: Obama-Appointed Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign Lawsuit Seeking to Block Pennsylvania From Certifying Election Results We already knew this was going to happen with an Obama judge in Pennsylvania. The good news is this dude (Matthew Brann) is not holding up the process on its way to the Supreme Court, instead, he gave the Trump people exactly the judgment they need. He even dismissed the lawsuit with prejudice, meaning no more amending and fighting over this in his courtroom. If you go back to him, he ain't l
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  48. Here is one of the more entertaining cases of voter fraud. BREAKING Video: Young Internet Sleuth Reveals Evidence Showing Over 23K PA Ballots Were Filled Out and Returned Before They Were Ever Mailed To Voters (and MORE) This wasn't an official investigation or anything like that. It was just some random young man (Greg On The Right) who was curious. Basically he downloaded the voting stats from the Pennsylvania government website and put them into an Excel spreadsheet. He was only able to download about a third of them (a million, the total is a little over 3 million). S
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