Republicans still believe Trump's election loss was the result of a rigged election

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  1. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    Looks like someone shared portion if the CS event on the You Tube.
    I'm posting here a link. Had no time to watch it, to busy at work as half of my team is on vacation.
    I may watch it sometime next week just for curiosity.
     
  2. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    Yes, I can verify that Biden is still President and that Trump is still the twice impeached disgraced ex-President.

    Also I'm certain that Mike Lindell's little show going on has not yet presented any evidence of widespread voter fraud but that absurdity wasn't mentioned at all on the news I watched today and so it's just a safe guess.
     
  3. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    I saw a news piece on the "evidence" presented at the Mike Lindell Cyber Security Symposium. It was just irrelevant numbers and nonsense. Worse than nothing.

    What a clown!
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
     
  4. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    I saw some news like sources you saw.
    They all have one thing in common to make this thing as ridiculous and portray ML as wacko.
    I prefer to watch the recordings when time allows and make my own opinion.
    Im told day 3 was particularly important.
    It seems like they are making steady attempt to have their day in court.
    Now that new data was obtained in the state of CO other red states want to have forensic data audit as well.

    Im yet to make time to watch the recordings posted on some sites.
     
  5. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    Lerner, are you a cyber security expert? Perhaps at least a software engineer? Do you understand the nuts and bolts of voting machines ? Are you at least a journalist? If you answered in the negative to more than one of those then how do you expect to interpret anything?

    The way to consume news and get to the truth is to use sources for the news that are accurate. You use news sources that are rated "mixed" accuracy at best by media bias fact check. Most of the links to stuff you post are rated "low" and "very low" accuracy.
     
  6. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    Bill, I have solid knowledge in IS, IE, and work with caliber of people whom I can tap over the shoulder who are leaders in some of this areas.
    As I understand the technical part is important but from what I'm told the day 3 was less technical and more legal analysis.
    I will be better prepared to share my opinion once I review the recordings.
    I don't trust the media who want to ridicule Mr Lendell. From some of what I read and seen it was to obvious to me what was their intent.
    The type of the comment you made above. I don't think its the case, even if I'm critical
    of mr. Landells rants.
    It appears it was not a successful event, and many who came there expected more and expressed their disappointment.
     
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2021
  7. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    Gee, I'm utterly surprised that Mike Lindell failed to prove China stole the election for Biden. But he did.

    And I'm shocked--SHOCKED!--that Trump Restoration Day came and went and....Biden is still president.

    I realize there is a significant portion of this country who is incredibly gullible, almost to the point of being willfully ignorant. But, c'mon. Grow up. This is childish.
     
  8. AirborneRanger

    AirborneRanger New Member

    Nicely put.
     
  9. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    So Arizona's long overdue report on the sham audit will supposedly be delivered to the Arizona Senate on Monday. The sham audit was supposed to be complete last April 14, IIRC. It is not expected to be made public. This is a draft report being given to the senate for their review. Many in Trump's base have been predicting that this audit will expose the election fraud and lead to Trump's reinstatement back into the presidential office. Of course that is all nonsense but some have predicted that it could lead to more violence like we saw on January 6.
     
  10. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    From what I heard, The AZ report should be released to the AZ gov for internal review before it is made public. You saying its on Monday?

    It been described as a block buster by main ( probably) AZ local media. As expected all ready there have been lib media pre-attacks - before it has been released.

    We discussed it earlier its questionable to me as well because of the way it was conducted.


    Is this correct? The FBI investigation of 1/6 concluded that there was no preplanning?

    Many find odd that people showing up with body armor...... Critics think that it was, but by the left. Calling for an independent investigation.

    Durham's report is also to be released very soon.
     
  11. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    Do you have sources for this? After all, you must have read them to come to this conclusion.

    I live in Arizona. No one cares about this because they know it's a ridiculous sham. Even Republicans are expressing shame over it.
     
  12. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

  13. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    Still I'm curious what are the discoveries in the "report".
    I deleted info fast, emails etc, I think post cited by CentralAZ site.
    I also have friends in AZ, they didn't hear anything in the news.
     
  14. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    I've given my prediction as to what will be in the report twice before. I would not be surprised if there was flat out fabricated lies. Like creases in ballots that were made by Cyber Ninjas themselves. At a minimum there will be ridiculous conclusions based on faulty data. Simply put, this was a highly partisan sham audit that did not have any Democratic participation or even unbiased observation. Making it a sham audit that can't be trusted.
     
  15. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    It is being delivered to State Senate Republicans, not to any Democrats. Gee, I wonder why?

    I'd like to take a moment to point out the difference between assertions and assessments. Assertions are statements of fact. They can be challenged by examining the underlying data supporting them. Assessments, on the other hand, are judgments, opinions, etc. When this thing goes semi-public (because they'll never let you see everything), you'll be hearing a ton of assessments, but very little in the way of assertions of fact. We'll hear conclusions about fraud and other misdeeds, but they won't be providing the proof.
     
  16. nosborne48

    nosborne48 Well-Known Member

    “Almost” to the point?
     
  17. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    Donald Trump negotiated with the Taliban and did not include the Afghan government. He negotiated a deal with a deadline that also required the Afghan government to release 5,000 captured Taliban, include some very key figures and a lot of hardened terrorists.

    What did the USA get in return? Seriously, what?
     
  18. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    Very simple analysis since this is Trump we're speaking about. Trump will always have completely selfish motives. Which I'm sure went something like this. What Trump got in return was a promise from the Taliban that they would no longer attack US military personnel . Trump liked this deal because it took the pressure of any potential bad press through the 2020 election that could be caused by casualties in Afghanistan. It then put off the withdrawal from Afghanistan out past the 2020 election. He could chose how to deal with that mess if/when the time came.

    Also I note that there has been some braindead criticism of Biden along the lines of why not leave 2500 military' personnel there. No American has been killed in a long time after all. Well duh!
     
  19. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    BTW, I guess the sham audit report didn't make it to the Arizona senate Republicans yesterday. Why am I not surprised? It must not be as exciting as Lerner "heard" it was? I speculate that perhaps they decided there was just too much potential legal jeopardy in just fabricating the findings?
     
  20. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    Just saw a photo of Pompeo and Baradar. Two terrorists, only one you can trust. (No, not Mikey.)
     

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