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Paperboy2000 - Anybody want to comment on this one point from the Georgia filing?
"Specifically, video from the State Farm Arena in Fulton County shows that on November 3rd after the polls closed, election workers falsely claimed a water leak required the facility to close. All poll workers and challengers were evacuated for several hours at about 10:00 PM. However, several election workers remained unsupervised and unchallenged working at the computers for the voting tabulation machines until after 1:00 AM."
How do you know it was a false leak becausw newsmax said so? lol
It's in the legal filing and sites video evidence. You can see three sides of the coin but didn't catch that?
Open your eyes, man. They are presenting evidence and you are choosing to ignore it instead of exploring it.
Let's wait and see what the court has to say about these complaints, shall we?
Agreed. It may not change the election, there's a small chance it might, but I'm an American before I'm a Republican, and if we continue a system that allows even the suspicion of widespread voter fraud, it harms us as a nation, more than any claims that we're harming the "unity" of a fractured country by refusing to coronate Joe Biden just yet. Nothing leads to distrust in government more than the belief that your vote counts even less than it does in some third world one-party state. Let's get the cards on the table in an actual court of law.
There's a big difference between claiming fraud, and having the evidence to demonstrate the claim. Which is where the courts come in.
There is nobody in a more powerful and motivated position to uncover and prove *significant* voter fraud than Trump and his team.
They are going through all the info and trying everything, as we've seen from their press conferences, and the number of court cases they have initiated.
If it turns out after all this effort, none of the cases put forth by Trump's team have held up when examined in court...
...while you admit Biden won fair and square, and accept that the election was fair?
*(Remembering that there will be some degree of error and even fraud in any election, same as for when Trump was elected or any other election in the past: if you go through them with the fine comb you'll find anomalies and errors. The issue is whether they constitute significant malice or election-process-threatening events).
If Biden passes the legal process and is inaugurated, then yes of course, he will be the U.S. President. I think the odds are good that will happen. But there will always be the question of whether the election was fraudulent but unproven, and there will be an asterisk next to his name in the history books, but as the joke goes, do you know what you call the guy who graduated last in his medical school? "Doctor".
I would say that the evidence that the election was rigged by Big Tech (Facebook, Twitter, et al) and Big Media (NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, etc. by spiking stories infavorable to their candidate and censoring any attempt to disseminate anti-Biden information by anonymous and unaccountable "fact-checkers", is incontrovertible. It's probably not illegal for corporations to go all-in for their chosen boy, but as they are to some extent regulated by the government, there needs to be oversight which will almosty certianly not happen under a Biden administration, which benefited substantially from the arrangement.
The voting process which allowed multiple unrequested ballots to be mailed, the restrictrions on opposition party poll watchers, and the lack of oversight on multiple electronic election systems also casts doubt on the result, even if it may be ultimately unprovable. By the State Department's own published standards for foreign elections, no, I don't think this could be considered a fair election. It is what it is.
If Biden is installed in office, I doubt there will be civil war, but there will definitely be a replay of the same thing that happened after Trump's election - an active and robust "Resistance2" that will work to stymie his legislative efforts and executive orders, to remove him from office, and to discredit him. What goes around comes around.