The Democrats Always Win in Overtime

 

In the 1912 Presidential election, Democrat Woodrow Wilson ran against an incumbent Republican President (William Howard Taft) and a former Republican President (Teddy Roosevelt).  With the Republican vote split, Wilson won the Presidency with 42% of the vote.  When he ran for re-election in 1916, his opponent (Republican Charles Evans Hughes) was declared the victor of the race.  Wilson had lost his re-election bid.  But a week after the election, California found some more ballots somewhere, and surprisingly enough, most of them were for Wilson.  So a week after the election, California changed its election results to favor Wilson (by 3,806 votes), which then flipped the Electoral College in favor of Wilson.

In the 2000 Presidential Election, Republican George W. Bush ran against Democrat Al Gore (Gore famously focused his campaign on the theme, ‘strengthening the American family’).  Bush was declared the victor, but Florida was close.  So the recounts began.  And strangely enough, each recount resulted in more votes for Gore.  The media ran story after story about the recounts, wondering how many votes Gore would pick up in this next recount.  Strangely enough, the media never considered the possibility that Bush might gain some votes.  The Supreme Court ended this process before Florida could find enough votes for Gore to win, and Bush was named President.

In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm).  The day after the election, the victor had not yet been decided because several states were still counting ballots for some reason.  Trump was leading in most of them, though, and it appeared that he would win the presidency.  But surprisingly enough, Biden came from behind in just enough of those states to win the Electoral College.

I’m not arguing that Democrats have a history of cheating in elections.  Facebook fact-checked that and found it was not true.  So forget that part.

That’s not my point, anyway.  I’m just considering this history as I think about the recent FBI raid on Donald Trump’s home.

Donald Trump is undoubtedly the most thoroughly investigated citizen in American history.  The FBI has been devoting seemingly limitless resources to various investigations covering various aspects of Trump’s life for at least six years.  Impeachment hearings, congressional hearings, attorneys, accountants, Democrat opposition research, and so on – there is no nook or cranny in Trump’s public or personal life that has not been dissected and studied, over and over again, by lots and lots of people, for years now.

So the idea that this raid will suddenly discover, well, anything, seems exceedingly unlikely.  And I would argue that if they had found anything at all that there would have been leaks to CNN and The New York Times by now.

But that’s not my point, either.

My point is that the longer this goes on, the less likely that whatever crime the Democrats eventually accuse Trump of committing is going to be real.  I mean, come on.  If the FBI announces tomorrow that they found a million-dollar check from North Korea to Donald Trump in his desk during their raid, I will find that extremely difficult to believe.

He’s the most thoroughly investigated citizen in American history.  And now you’re going to find incriminating evidence lying around his house?

Come on.

Just like the recounts in the elections of 1916 and 2000 and 2020 – the longer they went on, the more certain it became that the Democrat would eventually win.  Somehow.  Surprisingly enough.

So we’ll see what the FBI, et al., come up with.  Who knows, I suppose.

But after all these years, and all these investigations, at this point I think they’re much more likely to create something than to discover something.

They almost have to come up with something at some point, or else they’ll look pretty silly after all these investigations over all these years.  After all this, there’s really no way for the FBI and the rest of the Democrats’ troops to just come out and say, “Yeah, you know, we didn’t find anything.  He’s clean.  Forget we ever said anything.  We were wrong.  Sorry about that.”

No way.  So they’ve got to come up with something.  And if they had anything, we would have known years ago.  So at this point, I think the FBI has no other option but to create something.  Anything, really.

Perhaps I’m being too cynical here.

But I’m starting to think that’s impossible…

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  1. Columbo Member
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  2. Columbo Member
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    Yeah, but they’re Democrats and because of that they never have to say they’re sorry, or for that matter come up with anything either. Our so-called fourth estate is AWOL and a bunch of lickspittle hacks.

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  3. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    Columbo (View Comment):

    Yep

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  4. Gary Robbins Member
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    I think the record about the 2020 election in your third paragraph needs to be set straight.

    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm)Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020.  For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant.  For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    The day after the election the victor had not yet been decided, because several states were still counting ballots for some reason.

    Several states were still counting because their legislatures did not allow for early votes to be counted before election day.  After the 2020 election, the Florida Legislature changed their law and allowed for the early counting of absentee ballots.

    Trump was leading in most of them, though, and it appeared that he would win the presidency.

    Once Arizona was called for Biden on Tuesday night, it appeared to me and most trained observers that Biden was winning the election.  This was confirmed by Wednesday morning.  

    But surprisingly enough, Biden came from behind in just enough of those states to win the Electoral College.

    This was no surprise.  Biden did far better in the absentee voting and Trump did far better in the same day voting.  In the states which counted absentee ballots first, Biden appeared ahead, and in the states which counted election day ballots, Trump appeared ahead.

    _____________________________

    As I recall you are a physician, so let me draw an analogy.  Most newborns lose weight in the first couple of days.  But the weight loss is certainly not “surprising.”  This is not due to poor parental care, it just happens.  Kid’s health states at https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/grownewborn.html#:~:text=Babies%20are%20born%20with%20some,weeks%20or%20so%20after%20birth.:

    “Will My Baby Lose Weight?

    “Yes, at first. Babies are born with some extra fluid, so it’s normal for them to drop a few ounces when they lose that fluid in the first few days of life. A healthy newborn is expected to lose 7% to 10% of the birth weight, but should regain that weight within the first 2 weeks or so after birth.

    “During their first month, most newborns gain weight at a rate of about 1 ounce (30 grams) per day. They generally grow in height about 1 to 1½ inches (2.54 to 3.81 centimeters) during the first month. Many newborns go through a period of rapid growth when they are 7 to 10 days old and again at 3 and 6 weeks.”

    _______________________

    I am staying out of the issue, for now, of if the execution of the search warrant was justified or not, as I have not read the Affidavit in Support of the Search Warrant.  Once I have read that I may be able to opine on that.

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  5. Percival Thatcher
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    Dr. Bastiat: So they’ve got to come up with something.  And if they had anything, we would have known years ago.  So at this point, I think the FBI has no other option but to create something.  Anything, really.

    After the shock as to the very fact of the raid wore off, I thought of this. I immediately tried to come up with a reason as to why it can’t be.

    When I come up with it, I’ll let you know.

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  6. Columbo Member
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    I think the record about the 2020 election in your third paragraph needs to be set straight.

    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm). Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020. For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant. For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    The day after the election the victor had not yet been decided, because several states were still counting ballots for some reason.

    Several states were still counting because their legislatures did not allow for early votes to be counted before election day. After the 2020 election, the Florida Legislature changed their law and allowed for the early counting of absentee ballots.

    Trump was leading in most of them, though, and it appeared that he would win the presidency.

    Once Arizona was called for Biden on Tuesday night, it appeared to me and most trained observers that Biden was winning the election. This was confirmed by Wednesday morning.

    But surprisingly enough, Biden came from behind in just enough of those states to win the Electoral College.

    This was no surprise. Biden did far better in the absentee voting and Trump did far better in the same day voting. In the states which counted absentee ballots first, Biden appeared ahead, and in the states which counted election day ballots, Trump appeared ahead.

    _____________________________

    As I recall you are a physician, so let me draw an analogy. Most newborns lose weight in the first couple of days. But the weight loss is certainly not “surprising.” This is not due to poor parental care, it just happens. Kid’s health states at https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/grownewborn.html#:~:text=Babies%20are%20born%20with%20some,weeks%20or%20so%20after%20birth.:

    Will My Baby Lose Weight?

    Yes, at first. Babies are born with some extra fluid, so it’s normal for them to drop a few ounces when they lose that fluid in the first few days of life. A healthy newborn is expected to lose 7% to 10% of the birth weight, but should regain that weight within the first 2 weeks or so after birth.

    During their first month, most newborns gain weight at a rate of about 1 ounce (30 grams) per day. They generally grow in height about 1 to 1½ inches (2.54 to 3.81 centimeters) during the first month. Many newborns go through a period of rapid growth when they are 7 to 10 days old and again at 3 and 6 weeks.

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  7. Gary Robbins Member
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    Columbo (View Comment):

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    I think the record about the 2020 election in your third paragraph needs to be set straight.

    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm). Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020. For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant. For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    The day after the election the victor had not yet been decided, because several states were still counting ballots for some reason.

    Several states were still counting because their legislatures did not allow for early votes to be counted before election day. After the 2020 election, the Florida Legislature changed their law and allowed for the early counting of absentee ballots.

    Trump was leading in most of them, though, and it appeared that he would win the presidency.

    Once Arizona was called for Biden on Tuesday night, it appeared to me and most trained observers that Biden was winning the election. This was confirmed by Wednesday morning.

    But surprisingly enough, Biden came from behind in just enough of those states to win the Electoral College.

    This was no surprise. Biden did far better in the absentee voting and Trump did far better in the same day voting. In the states which counted absentee ballots first, Biden appeared ahead, and in the states which counted election day ballots, Trump appeared ahead.

    _____________________________

    As I recall you are a physician, so let me draw an analogy. Most newborns lose weight in the first couple of days. But the weight loss is certainly not “surprising.” This is not due to poor parental care, it just happens. Kid’s health states at https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/grownewborn.html#:~:text=Babies%20are%20born%20with%20some,weeks%20or%20so%20after%20birth.:

    Will My Baby Lose Weight?

    Yes, at first. Babies are born with some extra fluid, so it’s normal for them to drop a few ounces when they lose that fluid in the first few days of life. A healthy newborn is expected to lose 7% to 10% of the birth weight, but should regain that weight within the first 2 weeks or so after birth.

    During their first month, most newborns gain weight at a rate of about 1 ounce (30 grams) per day. They generally grow in height about 1 to 1½ inches (2.54 to 3.81 centimeters) during the first month. Many newborns go through a period of rapid growth when they are 7 to 10 days old and again at 3 and 6 weeks.

    This is called a point by point refutation, along with an example of a phenomena that some see as “surprising.”  

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  8. Gary Robbins Member
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Yep

    Nope.  This is called magical thinking.

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  9. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    This all makes good sense. As Molly showed us, they Rigged the election ahead of time. The ballots that put Biden over the top have been ruled illegitimate in WI. There were clear irregularities in Fulton County in GA. 

    We know they stole the election from Nixon. This is nothing new.

    And in Florida, every recount would always add Gore voted. Imagine. 

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  10. Red Herring Coolidge
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    I think the record about the 2020 election in your third paragraph needs to be set straight.

    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm). Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020. For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant. For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    The day after the election the victor had not yet been decided, because several states were still counting ballots for some reason.

    Several states were still counting because their legislatures did not allow for early votes to be counted before election day. After the 2020 election, the Florida Legislature changed their law and allowed for the early counting of absentee ballots.

    Trump was leading in most of them, though, and it appeared that he would win the presidency.

    Once Arizona was called for Biden on Tuesday night, it appeared to me and most trained observers that Biden was winning the election. This was confirmed by Wednesday morning.

    But surprisingly enough, Biden came from behind in just enough of those states to win the Electoral College.

    This was no surprise. Biden did far better in the absentee voting and Trump did far better in the same day voting. In the states which counted absentee ballots first, Biden appeared ahead, and in the states which counted election day ballots, Trump appeared ahead.

    _____________________________

    As I recall you are a physician, so let me draw an analogy. Most newborns lose weight in the first couple of days. But the weight loss is certainly not “surprising.” This is not due to poor parental care, it just happens. Kid’s health states at https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/grownewborn.html#:~:text=Babies%20are%20born%20with%20some,weeks%20or%20so%20after%20birth.:

    Will My Baby Lose Weight?

    Yes, at first. Babies are born with some extra fluid, so it’s normal for them to drop a few ounces when they lose that fluid in the first few days of life. A healthy newborn is expected to lose 7% to 10% of the birth weight, but should regain that weight within the first 2 weeks or so after birth.

    During their first month, most newborns gain weight at a rate of about 1 ounce (30 grams) per day. They generally grow in height about 1 to 1½ inches (2.54 to 3.81 centimeters) during the first month. Many newborns go through a period of rapid growth when they are 7 to 10 days old and again at 3 and 6 weeks.

    This is called a point by point refutation, along with an example of a phenomena that some see as “surprising.”

    You have to be one step ahead of Democrats. They are always refining their tricks and cheats.

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  11. Red Herring Coolidge
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    Biden did nothing to recommend himself and rarely campaigned. There are only two reasons he won, they cheated or they are infected with red hot hate.

    I forget, there is a third reason, they created an alternate Trump character through several years of lies, deceptions, and false charges.

    Democrats can’t be fixed, detoxified of their hate, or de-Marxified. I have nothing in common with them. I can’t forgive them for crossing the red line. We are incompatible. Better for all if we peacefully divide up and each side goes its own way. They get the Never Trumpers.

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  12. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    @DonG

    Dr. Bastiat:

    Perhaps I’m being too cynical here.

    But I’m starting to think that’s impossible…

    You cannot be too cynical these days.

    If you are listing Democrats stealing elections, don’t forget The Battle of Athens, LBJ and box 13, and whatever happens in Chicago.

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  13. namlliT noD Member
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    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    I think the record about the 2020 election in your third paragraph needs to be set straight.

    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm). Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020. For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant. For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    You are in no position to rewrite paragraphs of the original post with the opposite meaning.  That’s so rude.  And totally flaggable.

    And Biden was not “hypervigilant”.  It’s not that he wasn’t having rallies, it’s that each one of his rallies was an embarrassment, with nobody showing up.

    Trump held rallies outdoors, at airports, and stadiums.  There were many independently organized car parades and boat parades for Trump across the country.  

    Yet there was no public support of any type for Biden.

    Nobody believes he got 81 million legal votes.   And remember, Biden declared that he had put together “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” 

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  14. aardo vozz Member
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    Dr. Bastiat:

    Perhaps I’m being too cynical here.

    But I’m starting to think that’s impossible…

    You cannot be too cynical these days.

    If you are listing Democrats stealing elections, don’t forget The Battle of Athens, LBJ and box 13, and whatever happens in Chicago.

    You mean like Chicago in 1960?

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  15. aardo vozz Member
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    Dr. Bastiat:

    Perhaps I’m being too cynical here.

    But I’m starting to think that’s impossible…

    You know it’s getting weird when I’m commenting that your statement about being insufficiently cynical is…insufficiently cynical.😎😎😎

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  16. Flicker Coolidge
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    Red Herring (View Comment):

    Biden did nothing to recommend himself and rarely campaigned. There are only two reasons he won, they cheated or they are infected with red hot hate.

    I forget, there is a third reason, they created an alternate Trump character through several years of lies, deceptions, and false charges.

    Democrats can’t be fixed, detoxified of their hate, or de-Marxified. I have nothing in common with them. I can’t forgive them for crossing the red line. We are incompatible. Better for all if we peacefully divide up and each side goes its own way. They get the Never Trumpers.

    I honestly am thinking it’s all the result of mass hypnosis of the weak willed and the easily suggestible.  (This is excepting the paid shills.)  “Close your eyes and go to sleep.  Orrrange Mannn Baaad.  Now hate!”

    I’m not really joking.

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  17. Rightfromthestart Coolidge
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    Also Al Franken in Minnesota,  a governorship in Washington – Gregoire, Landrieu in Louisiana and several others, they always win in overtime, Bush was an anomaly. 

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  18. namlliT noD Member
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    You cannot be too cynical these days.

    If you are listing Democrats stealing elections, don’t forget The Battle of Athens, LBJ and box 13, and whatever happens in Chicago.

    And Al Franken and just the right number of ballots discovered later in the trunk of a car.

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  19. Columbo Member
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    namlliT noD (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):

    You cannot be too cynical these days.

    If you are listing Democrats stealing elections, don’t forget The Battle of Athens, LBJ and box 13, and whatever happens in Chicago.

    And Al Franken and just the right number of ballots discovered later in the trunk of a car.

    Remember when the dems forced Lautenberg to replace Torricelli for the Senate race in 2002? It was past the deadline and illegal to do so. They got the state supreme to permit the illegal candidate switch and Lautenberg won. Surprise! https://www.cnn.com/2002/ALLPOLITICS/10/01/elec02.nj.s.torricelli.race/

     

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  20. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    Columbo (View Comment):
    Remember when the dems forced Lautenberg to replace Torricelli for the Senate race in 2002?

    Remember when the DOJ made up a crime and prosecuted Sen. Ted Stevens days before his re-election in 2008?   Stevens was convicted, but never sentenced since the prosecutors hid so much exculpatory evidence.   The Dem won and we got stuck with Obama-care.  Later the prosecutors were punished, but not as much as us taxpayers.  

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  21. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
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    Nixon and JFK in 1960 – JFK got lots of help in Chicago – the dead  voted early and often

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  22. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
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    A Michigan jury certainly believed the FBI fibbed about the alleged plot against Whitmer.

    We know the DOJ/FBI lied against Trump already.

    See also the real history of Watergate:

    https://ricochet.com/podcast/powerline/everything-you-know-about-watergate-is-wrong-part-1/

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  23. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    I’ve been told there’s nothing to see here.

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  24. Gary Robbins Member
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    namlliT noD (View Comment):

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    I think the record about the 2020 election in your third paragraph needs to be set straight.

    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm). Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020. For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant. For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    You are in no position to rewrite paragraphs of the original post with the opposite meaning. That’s so rude. And totally flaggable.

    And Biden was not “hypervigilant”. It’s not that he wasn’t having rallies, it’s that each one of his rallies was an embarrassment, with nobody showing up.

    Trump held rallies outdoors, at airports, and stadiums. There were many independently organized car parades and boat parades for Trump across the country.

    Yet there was no public support of any type for Biden.

    Nobody believes he got 81 million legal votes. And remember, Biden declared that he had put together “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

    Hi noD,

    I’d like to focus on your final paragraph’s construction.

    Perhaps in your community of friends and associates, few people and no Republicans voted for Biden.  This reminds me of New York Times Film Critic Pauline Kael who famously said that no one she knew voted for Nixon in 1972.  (Nixon won 49 states in 1972.)  However, using the sentence construction of “‘Nobody’ believes he [Biden] got 81 million legal votes” can easily be rebutted if the existence of one person person to rebut the claim that “nobody” believes a particular thing.

    I believe that Biden got 81 million votes.  Do I believe that they were all “legal votes.”  Yes and no.  If by “legal” votes you mean someone who satisfied “all” of the requirements required of voting, I am sure that there were a few people (a) who had been under civil commitment who voted, or (b) who had turned in their ballots but then died before election day, or (c) who had once been convicted of a felony and had not had their right to vote restored, which would defeat the word “all.”  However, while there has been a degree of voter fraud since the beginning of time, I believe that the extent of voter fraud was nominal, and I join in former Attorney General William Barr who opined that the degree of voter fraud would not have changed a single electoral college vote.  

    Respectfully submitted,

    Gary

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  25. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    Gary, the WI Supreme Court ruled the ballots placed in drop boxes were improper. 

    That is fact. But, based on your post above, you choose to ignore that fact.

    So, since you refuse to face facts, there can be no dialog with you.

    So, there is no point in your invading threads to “correct” us. 

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  26. Gary Robbins Member
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Gary, the WI Supreme Court ruled the ballots placed in drop boxes were improper.

    I understand that.

    That is fact. But, based on your post above, you choose to ignore that fact.

    That was not the issue before us.  

    So, since you refuse to face facts, there can be no dialog with you.

    You can talk to people who you disagree with.

    So, there is no point in your invading threads to “correct” us.

    Are you saying that it is improper when people invade one of my threads to correct me?  If so, I would refer you to a post that I filed with Dick Cheney’s ad about Liz Cheney.

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  27. ctlaw Coolidge
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  28. ctlaw Coolidge
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    @ctlaw

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):
    In the 2020 Presidential Election, Republican incumbent President Donald Trump ran against Joe Biden (seen in the adjacent picture speaking to a roaring crowd, brimming with enthusiasm)Apparently you weren’t aware of a pandemic back in 2020.  For better or worse, Biden was hypervigilant.  For the first time in memory, Democrats did not canvass (go door to door) prior to the election.

    The photo and many like that spoke for themselves. Characteristic was that, even with the reduced/spaced seating, there were empty available seats.

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  29. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    @BryanGStephens

    Gary Robbins (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Gary, the WI Supreme Court ruled the ballots placed in drop boxes were improper.

    I understand that.

    That is fact. But, based on your post above, you choose to ignore that fact.

    That was not the issue before us.

    So, since you refuse to face facts, there can be no dialog with you.

    You can talk to people who you disagree with.

    So, there is no point in your invading threads to “correct” us.

    Are you saying that it is improper when people invade one of my threads to correct me? If so, I would refer you to a post that I filed with Dick Cheney’s ad about Liz Cheney.

    Gary, I know you are not dense. You have an unparalleled reputation for barging into and derailing threads. My guess is, this is something you are proud of. Like a griefer in a video game, you seem to delight in entering threads and throwing bombs. You also have a known habit of bailing and not answering uncomfortable questions. It is an endless cycle. You have the power to stop it. 

    It is funny,  because you want me to stop pointing out you voted for Biden and supported the Democrats taking over the Congress, and yet, you clearly don’t want to change your ways. If you want to ask me to change mine, you should be able to look at your own behavior and change it. 

     

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  30. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    ctlaw (View Comment):

    I love it when they admit what they did and people use denial to ignore it.

    It is a lot like addicts. Denial is rampant in both the addict and their codependent enablers. 

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