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1 hour ago, RichJ said:

Lol. He was convictd because he's not a privileged white boy like Hunter.

Are you suggesting non whites are treated differently by the judicial system? Careful now, that's CRT and cultural marxism.

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9 hours ago, Philly'sFinest said:

This is why I can't get behind Tucker and I view him as just like the rest of our corrupt media.

Yeah I quit watching after he bailed out of the laptop story.  After his copy of the laptop was "stolen" Jack Maxey offered to send him another copy and Tucker went radio silent.  I'm done with that guy.  :niterider:

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Philly'sFinest said:

You lost, bud...sorry to have to inform you.

You didn't give a single example of a court looking at evidence ruling that there was none.

In fact, you linked and posted court docs that were more in line with what I said than you LOL

Slug brain is owned by me and MAGA till the end of time

 

as always, perfectly wrong.  the 100%er of being completely, utterly incorrect. 

you're the one making all these retarded claims about evidence and proof and so on yet NOTHING has ever stuck in court. and no one WITH standing in the few cases that got tossed on that basis will get on board the MAGAT retard train just so they can get launched into the sun with the dope-ass lawyers that filed the lolsuits.

Alert everyone when something changes.  otherwise, fuck all the way off.  MAGAT. 

theres a seat on this train for you

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53 minutes ago, Very Wide Right said:

It's amusing that there are people here simple enough to think that there is no voter fraud. They all just happen to be democrats.

They're like Patriots fans who Belicheat is legit.

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5 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

Are you suggesting non whites are treated differently by the judicial system? Careful now, that's CRT and cultural marxism.

Obviously sailed over your head again. I was using your own lefty white privilege garbage against you. CRT is garbage . 

Dinesh is proof that you can be rich and successful no matter what your skin is in America. Thise jealous of him are white lefties like you.

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1 minute ago, RichJ said:

Obviously sailed over your head again. I was using your own lefty white privilege garbage against you. CRT is garbage . 

Dinesh is proof that you can be rich and successful no matter what your skin is in America. Thise jealous of him are white lefties like you.

I actually applaud people who can scam conservatives like yourself out of money. It's truly an art.

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Just now, f8ta1ity54 said:

I actually applaud people who can scam conservatives like yourself out of money. It's truly an art.

Lol. Spoken like a true lefty. You might be a bastard child of Beijing Joe. 

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1 minute ago, 212frawk said:

this movie should be titled 20 million retards

 

Haha, retards are major upgrades who voted Biden. I'd be insulting retards if I called Biden voters retards.  

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2 hours ago, 212frawk said:

as always, perfectly wrong.  the 100%er of being completely, utterly incorrect. 

you're the one making all these retarded claims about evidence and proof and so on yet NOTHING has ever stuck in court. and no one WITH standing in the few cases that got tossed on that basis will get on board the MAGAT retard train just so they can get launched into the sun with the dope-ass lawyers that filed the lolsuits.

Alert everyone when something changes.  otherwise, fuck all the way off.  MAGAT. 

theres a seat on this train for you

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How many times are you gonna revert back to an argument that holds no water?

No court ruled on the merits of the evidence...yet you continue to bring up these courts and cases where they ruled on everything but the evidence. 

You didn't watch the doc. You didn't read the articles. You exhibit symptoms of severe TDS mixed with MAGA tourettes, and you somehow believe you made some type of contribution here?

You don't even deserve my time...you are that worthless here. 

 

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5 hours ago, Very Wide Right said:

It's amusing that there are people here simple enough to think that there is no voter fraud. They all just happen to be democrats.

Oh there is a LOT of fraud. There was Florida stealing the election from Gore. There was the Russian manipulation that the Trump campaign depended on to steal the election from Hillary. Then there is Trump trying to still steal the 2020 election

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8 hours ago, 212frawk said:

as always, perfectly wrong.  the 100%er of being completely, utterly incorrect. 

you're the one making all these retarded claims about evidence and proof and so on yet NOTHING has ever stuck in court. and no one WITH standing in the few cases that got tossed on that basis will get on board the MAGAT retard train just so they can get launched into the sun with the dope-ass lawyers that filed the lolsuits.

Alert everyone when something changes.  otherwise, fuck all the way off.  MAGAT. 

theres a seat on this train for you

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Are all people from Philly this retarded?

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17 hours ago, HipKat said:

Oh there is a LOT of fraud. There was Florida stealing the election from Gore. There was the Russian manipulation that the Trump campaign depended on to steal the election from Hillary. Then there is Trump trying to still steal the 2020 election

Imagine being this stupid and that stupid to believe in election fraud for Democrats, and in the same breath claim none in the last one.

This guy is one special cat...and not in a good way

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2 hours ago, Philly'sFinest said:

Imagine being this stupid and that stupid to believe in election fraud for Democrats, and in the same breath claim none in the last one.

This guy is one special cat...and not in a good way

My head is really hurting watching all of this stupidity. Yuri Bezmenov was 100% correct.

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On 5/11/2022 at 6:27 PM, f8ta1ity54 said:

I actually applaud people who can scam conservatives like yourself out of money. It's truly an art.

Dems have ripped you and the black community off the most.

Who's the real scam artist when you have decades of being played?

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GOP staffers fired after possible ‘ballot harvesting’ operation found in Pa.

 

The fallout from the discovery of a potential GOP “ballot harvesting” operation in South Philadelphia continued Tuesday, as two state party staffers lost their jobs, the matter became fodder for attacks in the Republican primary for governor, and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle jockeyed to define just what the situation said — or didn’t — about the security of voting by mail.

Republican Party officials fired Shamus O’Donnell, 27, and C.J. Parker, 24, both of whom had been affiliated with the Republican Registration Coalition, the political action committee behind the South Philadelphia mail ballot operation, according to four party sources familiar with the matter.

Prior to his termination, O’Donnell, the PAC’s former treasurer and a Republican ward leader in Northeast Philadelphia, had worked as a field organizer for the state party, most recently on the campaign of state Senate candidate Sam Oropeza. Parker, also a GOP ward leader in the Northeast, had worked as a personal aide to state party Chair Lawrence Tabas.

O’Donnell and Parker declined to comment Tuesday, and party officials, including Tabas, did not respond to requests for comment.

But the sources who described the terminations — and spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter — said the party’s decision to cut ties with the two men stemmed from an Inquirer story last week that raised questions about the PAC’s work registering people in South Philadelphia to vote by mail.

The news organization found that dozens of Republican mail ballots for the May 17 primary were being diverted to a P.O. Box registered to the Republican Registration Coalition. The committee’s chairman — Billy Lanzilotti, a onetime Republican ward leader in Philadelphia and former campaign staffer for U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R., Bucks — said he’d helped the voters fill out their ballot applications, inserting his P.O. box on the form where voters would typically write their home addresses.

Though Lanzilotti maintained he was doing this as a “service to the voters” and intended to hand deliver the ballots once they arrived, many of the affected voters said they did not remember applying to vote by mail and had no idea why their ballots were going to Lanzilotti instead of directly to them. One said Lanzilotti had delivered his ballot back to the city once it had been filled out — which would violate state law.

Of the top 10 mailing addresses for Philadelphia ballots, Lanzilotti’s P.O. box was the only one that was not an elections office or a nursing home.

Philadelphia’s fellow GOP ward leaders voted Saturday to oust Lanzilotti from his position as the leader of South Philadelphia’s 39th Ward, calling the situation troubling at a time when Republican lawmakers and candidates have attacked mail voting and falsely characterized it as rife with abuse by their Democrat rivals.

In an interview Tuesday, Matt Wolfe, an attorney for O’Donnell, said his client had no involvement in Lanzilotti’s ballot operation and had merely agreed to sign on as treasurer for his PAC.

“Shamus had no knowledge of the mail ballot applications and what Billy Lanzilotti was doing,” said Wolfe, who also serves as a Republican ward leader in West Philadelphia.

He declined to say whether O’Donnell had lost his job with the state party but said the Republican City Committee had not considered voting to remove O’Donnell and Parker as ward leaders when they ousted Lanzilotti last week.

None of the affected voters interviewed by The Inquirer said Lanzilotti had attempted to influence or alter their votes.

State law forbids third-party ballot delivery — what Republicans call “ballot harvesting” — except when disabled voters specifically authorize someone else to turn in their ballot for them. But the Lanzilotti ballots, even if delivered in a way forbidden by state law, have not been found to be fraudulent.

Voter fraud — especially the kinds of complex, shadowy operations at the center of many baseless conspiracy theories — is rare.

But that didn’t stop Republicans from seeking to weaponize the situation Tuesday in their ongoing efforts to cast doubt on the security of voting by mail.

In the governor’s race, candidate Bill McSwain attempted to connect Lanzilotti’s operation to one primary opponent, former Delaware County Councilmember Dave White.

Lanzilotti’s Republican Registration Coalition PAC was formed earlier this year with $6,500 in donations from a fund controlled by GOP fund-raiser and former Republican National Committee member Bob Asher, who is supporting White in the primary. Lanzilotti had gathered signatures for White’s nominating petitions in Southeast Philadelphia.

“There is a clear connection between Dave White’s closest advisers and a scheme to manipulate … voters perpetrated by Dave White operative Billy Lanzilotti and the Republican Registration Coalition,” McSwain’s campaign manager, James Fitzpatrick, said in a statement Tuesday. “Any connection between a gubernatorial candidate and potential election misconduct is unacceptable.”

Bob Salera, campaign manager for White, shot back, denying any connection to Lanzilotti.

“These baseless allegations are what the last desperate gasps of Bill McSwain’s dying campaign look like,” he said. “It’s just sad.”

In Harrisburg, State Rep. Seth Grove, R., York, the House GOP’s elections point person and chair of the House Government Committee, cited the situation as he renewed his call for changes to how counties process and approve mail ballot applications — a measure that was part of a much larger bill vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf last year.

“This is nothing more than ballot harvesting,” Grove said in a statement Tuesday.

It’s not clear the specific policies advocated by Grove would have prevented the South Philly ballots from going out.

The signatures on the ballot applications for example, appear to be legitimate. The mailing address fields — where Lanzilotti’s P.O. box is written — appear to have been filled out in different handwriting. But the Pennsylvania Supreme Court noted in 2020 that elections workers aren’t trained handwriting analysts as it barred counties from conducting signature analysis on ballot envelopes.

And Democrats pointed to the fact that Lanzilotti was caught as proof that the system was working and secure.

City elections officials have said they will segregate the affected ballots when they are returned so they can be considered separately from the rest of the election’s ballots.

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Ex-Trump Lawyer John Eastman Pressured GOP Lawmakers To Overturn Trump's 2020 Defeat

 

Former Trump lawyer John Eastman pressured Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania to tamper with the 2020 election result to falsely project Donald Trump the winner, according to new emails reported by the Denver Post and Politico.

Eastman outlined his scheme to replace Joe Biden’s electors with Trump electors in Pennsylvania to state Rep. Russ Diamond on Dec. 4, 2020. The lawyer called on Diamond and other GOP lawmakers to question mail-in ballot votes, a tactic pursued by other Trump supporters seeking to overturn Biden’s victory.

“Having done that math, you’d be left with a significant Trump lead that would bolster the argument for the Legislature adopting a slate of Trump electors — perfectly within your authority to do anyway, but now bolstered by the untainted popular vote,” Eastman wrote. “That would help provide some cover.”

Mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania overwhelmingly favored Biden (76%) — a big enough margin to overcome Trump’s edge in in-person votes, according to FiveThirtyEight. In the end, Biden prevailed with 50% of the state’s total vote.

Diamond co-authored a resolution questioning the election result in the state.

“I did not watch the hearings that were held, but I suspect they contained ample evidence of sufficient anomalies and illegal votes to have turned the election from Trump to Biden,” Eastman wrote to Diamond in the same email.

Eastman, a former visiting professor at the University of Colorado, used his university email address to correspond with Diamond. The Colorado Ethics Institute obtained the emails through a public records request and then turned them over to the House committee investigating the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.

The House panel already had access to 101 emails Eastman exchanged between Jan. 4 and Jan. 7, 2021. Eastman protested that the communications were “attorney-client privilege” and should be kept private, but a judge sided with the Jan. 6 committee’s argument that an exception is warranted for current or future crimes.

“Based on the evidence, the Court finds it more likely than not that President [Donald] Trump corruptly attempted to obstruct the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021,” U.S. District Judge David Carter wrote in March.

Those emails are also said to contain discussions on strategy to overturn Trump’s election loss.

The Jan. 6 committee continues fighting Eastman in a California court to obtain emails sent through his Chapman University address, where he also taught, according to Politico.

Eastman appeared on stage with former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani at the “Stop The Steal” rally on Jan. 6 that preceded the Capitol riot.

“We know there was fraud,” Eastman said at the rally, according to Forbes. “We know that dead people voted.”

 

 

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GOP staffers fired after possible ‘ballot harvesting’ operation found in Pa.

 

The fallout from the discovery of a potential GOP “ballot harvesting” operation in South Philadelphia continued Tuesday, as two state party staffers lost their jobs, the matter became fodder for attacks in the Republican primary for governor, and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle jockeyed to define just what the situation said — or didn’t — about the security of voting by mail.

Republican Party officials fired Shamus O’Donnell, 27, and C.J. Parker, 24, both of whom had been affiliated with the Republican Registration Coalition, the political action committee behind the South Philadelphia mail ballot operation, according to four party sources familiar with the matter.

Prior to his termination, O’Donnell, the PAC’s former treasurer and a Republican ward leader in Northeast Philadelphia, had worked as a field organizer for the state party, most recently on the campaign of state Senate candidate Sam Oropeza. Parker, also a GOP ward leader in the Northeast, had worked as a personal aide to state party Chair Lawrence Tabas.

O’Donnell and Parker declined to comment Tuesday, and party officials, including Tabas, did not respond to requests for comment.

But the sources who described the terminations — and spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter — said the party’s decision to cut ties with the two men stemmed from an Inquirer story last week that raised questions about the PAC’s work registering people in South Philadelphia to vote by mail.

The news organization found that dozens of Republican mail ballots for the May 17 primary were being diverted to a P.O. Box registered to the Republican Registration Coalition. The committee’s chairman — Billy Lanzilotti, a onetime Republican ward leader in Philadelphia and former campaign staffer for U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R., Bucks — said he’d helped the voters fill out their ballot applications, inserting his P.O. box on the form where voters would typically write their home addresses.

Though Lanzilotti maintained he was doing this as a “service to the voters” and intended to hand deliver the ballots once they arrived, many of the affected voters said they did not remember applying to vote by mail and had no idea why their ballots were going to Lanzilotti instead of directly to them. One said Lanzilotti had delivered his ballot back to the city once it had been filled out — which would violate state law.

Of the top 10 mailing addresses for Philadelphia ballots, Lanzilotti’s P.O. box was the only one that was not an elections office or a nursing home.

Philadelphia’s fellow GOP ward leaders voted Saturday to oust Lanzilotti from his position as the leader of South Philadelphia’s 39th Ward, calling the situation troubling at a time when Republican lawmakers and candidates have attacked mail voting and falsely characterized it as rife with abuse by their Democrat rivals.

In an interview Tuesday, Matt Wolfe, an attorney for O’Donnell, said his client had no involvement in Lanzilotti’s ballot operation and had merely agreed to sign on as treasurer for his PAC.

“Shamus had no knowledge of the mail ballot applications and what Billy Lanzilotti was doing,” said Wolfe, who also serves as a Republican ward leader in West Philadelphia.

He declined to say whether O’Donnell had lost his job with the state party but said the Republican City Committee had not considered voting to remove O’Donnell and Parker as ward leaders when they ousted Lanzilotti last week.

None of the affected voters interviewed by The Inquirer said Lanzilotti had attempted to influence or alter their votes.

State law forbids third-party ballot delivery — what Republicans call “ballot harvesting” — except when disabled voters specifically authorize someone else to turn in their ballot for them. But the Lanzilotti ballots, even if delivered in a way forbidden by state law, have not been found to be fraudulent.

Voter fraud — especially the kinds of complex, shadowy operations at the center of many baseless conspiracy theories — is rare.

But that didn’t stop Republicans from seeking to weaponize the situation Tuesday in their ongoing efforts to cast doubt on the security of voting by mail.

In the governor’s race, candidate Bill McSwain attempted to connect Lanzilotti’s operation to one primary opponent, former Delaware County Councilmember Dave White.

Lanzilotti’s Republican Registration Coalition PAC was formed earlier this year with $6,500 in donations from a fund controlled by GOP fund-raiser and former Republican National Committee member Bob Asher, who is supporting White in the primary. Lanzilotti had gathered signatures for White’s nominating petitions in Southeast Philadelphia.

“There is a clear connection between Dave White’s closest advisers and a scheme to manipulate … voters perpetrated by Dave White operative Billy Lanzilotti and the Republican Registration Coalition,” McSwain’s campaign manager, James Fitzpatrick, said in a statement Tuesday. “Any connection between a gubernatorial candidate and potential election misconduct is unacceptable.”

Bob Salera, campaign manager for White, shot back, denying any connection to Lanzilotti.

“These baseless allegations are what the last desperate gasps of Bill McSwain’s dying campaign look like,” he said. “It’s just sad.”

In Harrisburg, State Rep. Seth Grove, R., York, the House GOP’s elections point person and chair of the House Government Committee, cited the situation as he renewed his call for changes to how counties process and approve mail ballot applications — a measure that was part of a much larger bill vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf last year.

“This is nothing more than ballot harvesting,” Grove said in a statement Tuesday.

It’s not clear the specific policies advocated by Grove would have prevented the South Philly ballots from going out.

The signatures on the ballot applications for example, appear to be legitimate. The mailing address fields — where Lanzilotti’s P.O. box is written — appear to have been filled out in different handwriting. But the Pennsylvania Supreme Court noted in 2020 that elections workers aren’t trained handwriting analysts as it barred counties from conducting signature analysis on ballot envelopes.

And Democrats pointed to the fact that Lanzilotti was caught as proof that the system was working and secure.

City elections officials have said they will segregate the affected ballots when they are returned so they can be considered separately from the rest of the election’s ballots.

1,100 mules just in the greater Philadelphia area.

You're desperate attempt to counter massive fraud that had the chance to change the outcome is predictably laughable. 

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6 hours ago, Very Wide Right said:

Why am I not surprised that Spike is on the side of corruption? SHOCKING!

They don't care how they win, as long as they "win." Their motto may as well be: If you ain't cheatin' you ain't tryin'. On the plus side if anyone wants to lay some pipe into his ugly wife he doesn't mind since he doesn't care about cheating. Problem is there are probably zero takers here since no one wants to climb in there, put some flower on her groin to find the wet spot, and then have your ears pop once you reach the top of Mt. Fiji!

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