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  • #31
    Originally posted by rock rat View Post

    In the US we go to the courts if we think an election is unfair. It's the system we have worked out. If you lose in the courts, as happened in 2000, and yet you still feel as if you were the subject of an unfair election (as in 2000 when they simply refused to count the votes), you bow out gracefully and support the winner, even if you still believe he won using illegal means, as in 2000.

    When all responsible sources, like the Republican appointed courts and the Republican secretaries of states, say that you lost, you concede, and support the peaceful transition of power. It's how we do things here. Bitter pill for sure, but that's how it goes.

    By doing what he's done Trump has harmed the legitimacy of our govt. We need a loyal opposition working within our system to mitigate policies we don't like. If our entire system is looked upon as illegitimate we cease to have a significant opposition party.
    Problem is, none of the Courts agreed to hear the case and see the evidence. You must be thick because that fact is widely known. The MSM reported their spin as ' Trump lost at another Court' they did not lose, the cases never were heard. All but one of the judges were Democrat POS. The Supreme Court shirked their responsibility by not taking the case. (Supreme Court is responsible to hear cases between States). Read the reports by Peter Navarro or Sidney Powell as they have it all spelled out in spades. They say people went to the electric chair on less evidence than the Trump lawyers have. Biggest fraud perpetrated on the American people.
    75 million will not forget.

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    • #32
      The quality of the evidence of voter fraud has been compared to the fuzzy pictures of the Loch Ness monster.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
        The quality of the evidence of voter fraud has been compared to the fuzzy pictures of the Loch Ness monster.
        By idiots. Fixed it for you.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by rock rat View Post

          In the US we go to the courts if we think an election is unfair. It's the system we have worked out. If you lose in the courts, as happened in 2000, and yet you still feel as if you were the subject of an unfair election (as in 2000 when they simply refused to count the votes), you bow out gracefully and support the winner, even if you still believe he won using illegal means, as in 2000.

          When all responsible sources, like the Republican appointed courts and the Republican secretaries of states, say that you lost, you concede, and support the peaceful transition of power. It's how we do things here. Bitter pill for sure, but that's how it goes.

          By doing what he's done Trump has harmed the legitimacy of our govt. We need a loyal opposition working within our system to mitigate policies we don't like. If our entire system is looked upon as illegitimate we cease to have a significant opposition party.
          Problem is, none of the Courts agreed to hear the case and see the evidence. You must be thick because that fact is widely known. The MSM reported their spin as ' Trump lost at another Court' they did not lose, the cases never were heard. All but one of the judges were Democrat POS. The Supreme Court shirked their responsibility by not taking the case. (Supreme Court is responsible to hear cases between States). Read the reports by Peter Navarro or Sidney Powell as they have it all spelled out in spades. They say people went to the electric chair on less evidence than the Trump lawyers have. Biggest fraud perpetrated on the American people.
          75 million will not forget.

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          • #35
            As Trump departs office, reality sets in for QAnon cult.

            https://news.yahoo.com/as-trump-depa...203125742.html

            "
            It’s too early to say where QAnon will rank in the long history of human delusion. Its reach was wide but comparatively shallow — compared, say, with the Heaven’s Gate cult, whose three dozen or so members committed mass suicide in 1997, believing they would be transported to an alien spaceship tracking Comet Hale-Bopp as it approached Earth. Strong beliefs aren’t necessarily shaken by failed prophecies. Armageddon has been confidently predicted innumerable times since the Book of Revelation was accepted into the biblical canon; in fact, in 1971, the psychic Jeane Dixon pegged it for 2020, which must have seemed safe enough at the time. Now evidently leaderless, and with its raison d’être gone, QAnon may have nowhere to go. But its legacy will endure, a testament to human gullibility and the powerful urge to channel outrage against an enemy, even an imaginary one."
            Last edited by 99explorer; 01-20-2021, 06:39 PM.

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            • #36
              "Freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican known for her association with the fantastical, cultlike QAnon conspiracy theory, was back on Twitter making waves and rocking the boat that Republicans find themselves in, having lost the White House and both chambers of Congress"

              https://news.yahoo.com/republicans-b...012755575.html

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              • #37
                "Followers of QAnon have been left upset and angry in the wake of the apparent collapse of the conspiracy theory.

                Followers had hoped for mass arrests of their enemies and the final proof that their faith in the unknown person named Q and Donald Trump had not been misplaced. But the largely uneventful inauguration seemed to be the final blow for the theory – leaving many upset and angry, even as others struggled to find new ways to keep the theory going."

                https://news.yahoo.com/happened-qano...185700948.html

                The baseless QAnon theory suggests, without any evidence, that argued that a group of powerful, Satan-worshipping people running a cannibalistic child sexual abuse ring. It argues that Donald Trump is planning to take down the group – and that those plans could not be revealed publicly, but have been disseminated by an anonymous individual named Q.

                Our friend CRM must be feeling mighty low.
                Last edited by 99explorer; 01-20-2021, 07:01 PM.

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                • #38
                  Well, Q apparently ended with a whimper, if it ever existed at all.....

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                  • #39
                    Jim the reason none of the courts would hear any cases was none had any evidence, most federal courts now lean Republican, but judges aren't picked because they are dumb. There's nothing there. The whole world isn't some big conspiracy to deny Trump the Presidency. He lost. The sooner people come to reality the sooner they can be of service to their country.

                    Some of the legislation the Biden admin is pushing needs opposition, similarly with his executive orders, getting lost in the entanglements of wild CT does no one any good.

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                    • #40
                      .......legislation biden is pushing needs opposition.......!

                      yeah, and who in hell is going to furnish it now ??? The entire political system has been overtaken, and it sure won’t be the media who steps in provide anything but applause !

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by rock rat View Post
                        Jim the reason none of the courts would hear any cases was none had any evidence, most federal courts now lean Republican, but judges aren't picked because they are dumb. There's nothing there. The whole world isn't some big conspiracy to deny Trump the Presidency. He lost. The sooner people come to reality the sooner they can be of service to their country.

                        Some of the legislation the Biden admin is pushing needs opposition, similarly with his executive orders, getting lost in the entanglements of wild CT does no one any good.
                        'none had any evidence' How do you know that??

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                        • #42
                          Rock should have said "credible evidence."
                          Hearsay and conclusions don't count.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post
                            .......legislation biden is pushing needs opposition.......!

                            yeah, and who in hell is going to furnish it now ??? The entire political system has been overtaken, and it sure won’t be the media who steps in provide anything but applause !
                            The Democratic majority in both the house and the senate is razor thin. I doubt very much there is a 51 vote majority for any sort of controversial legislation in the senate. The senate has 48 Democratic senators and 2 Independents who caucus with them.

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                            • #44
                              "... the reason none of the courts would hear any cases was none had any evidence, ..."


                              “In a lawsuit, if a witness offers sworn testimony, that is considered evidence. But the finder of fact, usually a jury -- but sometimes a *judge -- determines the credibility of that evidence,” Ayyash said. “So technically - yes - an affidavit is a form of evidence, but that doesn’t mean it’s credible.”

                              * ergo, (d) judges, WITHOUT hearing one syllable or allowing a jury to even consider the "evidence", make a wholesale decision to refuse to hear the case.

                              If you don't "hear" the evidence, how can you judge its credibility?
                              You can't.

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                              • #45
                                Rock -
                                And Democratic Senator Joe Manchin has said he would vote against abolishing the filibuster.
                                Last edited by 99explorer; 01-21-2021, 03:25 PM.

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