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  1. If there is ANY substance to any of the allegations or so called "evidence" Rudy will find it and make it stick! Oh wait...
  2. You would think it would be a pretty easy task for the states to compare a database of death records to a database of registered voters. Hmmm. You would think they would have thought of this before. There is stuff in place to prevent this type of fraud, but there are instances where some cases do get by but usually they are caught. If there is any substance to any mass voter fraud it would have come out by now. I would like to know the specific investigatory method that Tucker used and would like to see the actual "proof" that these people did in fact "vote". Removal of Deceased Voters The NVRA permits a state to remove a voter’s name from the list if election officials receive reliable information that the voter is deceased. In most states, election officials receive information on deceased voters from the state department of vital statistics, the state department of health, or another agency that handles death records. In some states officials may also gather this information from other sources, such as obituary notices, copies of death certificates, and notification from a close relative. For example: West Virginia requires the statewide database to be coordinated monthly with other agency databases within the state, including the vital statistics database (W. Va. Code §3-2-2). Rhode Island requires the Secretary of State each month to receive a list of names of deceased people from the state’s office of vital statistics (R.I. General Laws § 17-10-1). In addition to receiving a list of residents who died the previous month from the State Department of Health, Oklahoma also includes several other ways to notify the county election board that a voter has died. Anyone can provide the county board with a death certificate for the voter; the next of kin can submit a form that the voter has died along with proof of death; and the administrator of a nursing home, the administrator of a veterans’ center, and a funeral director can also present such a form to the county elections board to begin this process (Okla. Stat. § 4-120.3). Kentucky sets a specific timeline for the process of removing a deceased voter from the registration list. Within five days, the State Board of Elections is required to remove from voter registration records the name of any person reported deceased by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services or “other reliable sources” (KRS § 116.113). Virginia statute requires that on or before Oct. 1 of each year the State Board conducts a match of the Virginia registered voter lists with the list of deceased persons maintained by the Social Security Administration (Va. Code §24.2-404.3). Virginia also keeps a permanent, separate list of those who were removed due to death or a felony conviction and a list of all removed voters, along with the reason for their removal, for four years (Va. Code §24.2-404). Some states specify that a voter’s registration must be removed from the state list when the voter is reported deceased by another state. In Georgia, for example, the secretary of state receives lists of deceased Georgia voters from other states and removes those voters from the list (O.C.G.A. § 21-2-231). Indiana requires the State Department of Health to negotiate with similar agencies in other states to obtain information on persons who died outside of the state but maintained a residence in Indiana during the two years prior to their death, and provide that information to the election division.
  3. You know Trump groomed you all for months about this right?
  4. I was thinking about this during the game. Earlier in the day on WGR Sal was talking about SuperBowl 25 and how Belichick handled the Bills. The Giants had not allowed a 100 yard rusher during the season that year. Belichick made the conscious decision to allow Thurman to gain yards in chunks in order to slow down the quick strike offense that the Bills were known for. That kept it a low scoring game and gave the Giants a chance to win. That was fresh in my mind and thought maybe the Bills were doing the same. Didn't quite work out though.
  5. I'm thinking something *significant* happened that nobody wants to talk about.
  6. Agreed. Enough of the undersized shifty backs. We need a bruiser.
  7. That's what Sal said on WGR. Sal seemed to agree with the decision. I wanted to keep him fwiw.
  8. Yeldon doesn't dance around in the backfield. They need more of that quick hole hitting.
  9. Hey where's the twit? Still an unbeliever asshole? My wife is STILL dealing with daily fevers. Like I said, you're seeing more and more proof of the long haul effects this virus puts you through. So be a dick like I know you're going to and keep fighting the good fight... https://www.foxnews.com/media/new-jersey-woman-coronavirus-100-days-covid-terror?fbclid=IwAR3T8xNCrtSVjhTWkhQ34yBt9cTEgrPzP6ybKJ8FeAOWgxS-U_PoGL30pTw
  10. Hey twit. I was wondering if aluminum foil does as good of a signal blocking job as good old tin foil? I can’t seem to find tin foil anywhere. Here’s some more reading material for you. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.forbes.com/sites/joshuacohen/2020/06/13/report-suggests-some-mildly-symptomatic-covid-19-patients-endure-serious-long-term-effects/amp/ Let me know if I should keep going. My wife’s temp was up to 99.7 today. I’m living this firsthand motherfucker. GP, Rheumatologist and an infectious disease specialist all point to COVID as being the most likely cause by far.
  11. Hey twit. How's it going? Are you still pot committed? https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/06/11/coronavirus-chronic/?arc404=true You're going to see and hear more and more about this in the days and weeks to come. Fair warning. Have a nice day.
  12. That's not the only place reporting it, but it is probably the best article that sums it all up. Sorry, that's never going to be reported on Fox News you fucking twit. https://www.npr.org/2020/05/10/853415025/what-its-like-to-have-covid-19-symptoms-for-nearly-2-months https://elemental.medium.com/the-long-term-health-impacts-of-being-infected-with-the-coronavirus-d3a03f3cb6e8 https://www.facebook.com/groups/supportgroupcovid19/ https://futurism.com/neoscope/horrific-covid-symptoms-months
  13. I'm actually a chemist by trade, but also work researching biotechnology/pharmaceutical inventions at the US Patent & Trademark Office. My wife has been sick for 75 days. You think I'm not researching this stuff? I challenge you to read this article. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/06/covid-19-coronavirus-longterm-symptoms-months/612679/?utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=the-atlantic-fb-test-1355-3-&utm_content=edit-promo&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR2hfS0_3jVNDv9t0SKyZBGym8E74fiP5vZdCouFQmngAPT2MGOC265k6rQ My wife could have written it. There are also Facebook groups dedicated to "long-haulers". She was finally able to have an appointment with an infectious disease specialist this morning. Based on bloodwork and symptoms the IDS is convinced it's viral. Nothing we can do but wait it out. Uncharted territory. There are many, many people who thought they technically speaking no longer carry active virus are still suffering long term effects. That's a fact and I'm living it.
  14. So the fact that people are being tested positive for antibodies though they never showed any symptoms is all bullshit right? Tell me where you received your biology degree from. This type of thing happens all the time. You might want to read about Typhoid Mary.
  15. Day 72. My wife still has a fever. This is what we're dealing with: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/06/covid-19-coronavirus-longterm-symptoms-months/612679/?utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=the-atlantic-fb-test-1355-3-&utm_content=edit-promo&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR2AuGIWKUPuTGW9tHi8xrBtHJdiSIKdXzVEtjGjNnaHq_Rv3LPUNPZrptw
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