- Jan 15, 2010
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The black stain is the stolen election. The fact that Congress did nothing when they knew 40% of voters had serious doubts about election integrity says it all.wowza - tweet is unavailable?
The Identify of Ashli Babbitt’s shooter is—
Lieutenant Michael Leroy Byrd.
Multiple Mainstream Media Outlets have known this, but they REFUSE to run the story.
Why is that?
An American Hero
Saved Congress Members from a trained assassin
Murderer. Thats who he is.
He should have emptied his clip into that crowd and reloaded with an admonition that if they didn't retreat and leave the Capitol he would continue firing into the Trump traitors.
That not only would be illegal, but would have justified the start of a civil war that could have killed millions.
Even though I am anti Trump, police that shoot unnecessarily are the greater danger and have to be eliminated as a threat to the democratic republic.
The Trumpsters obvious stopped after that shot, so were not a threat to anything.
The police were and not still are a clear and present threat.
You're kind of fully of yourself, aren't you.
Millions of Trump supporters are not about to rise up, risk their lives, their jobs, their homes, etc. They're too soft. And who do you think is going to lead you? Do you think that a multimillionaire like Sean Hannity is going to lead the way? That's a laugh. The man is an unadulterated coward who is content to rabble rouse from the safety of a Fox studio, but who would never even risk the possibility of anything more dangerous than a paper cut.
The only reason the insurrectionists made an attempt is because they had the unfair advantage of what was essentially a sneak attack on our Capitol that hadn't been accomplished in over 200 years and only then by a foreign power during a time of war.
It wasn't a protest; it was an insurrection/riot, and it will forever be a black stain of shame on the conservative movement.
Try to live in the real world.
Here's a dose of reality. Anytime there's something seriously important at stake, the powers that be (whether it's gov't or business as two examples) take precautions to insure the integrity of any process. The longer time goes by, those processes are regularly reviewed, refined, and updated in order to promote confidence in the system and the procedures.
Take our currency, for example. There are numerous safeguards to prevent would be counterfeiters from flooding our economy with phony money that would undermine the value of our currency.
The country has been having elections for over 200 years. Only an ignorant idiot or a fool would believe that a small cadre of people could falsify an election in several states with millions of votes and manage to go undetected. And it takes an even bigger moron to believe that a conspiracy like that could exist without someone blowing the whistle on it.
But Trump counts on his simpleminded voters to believe something so fantastic as to be unbelievable to people with a modicum of common sense. They're probably the same people who bought the Globe newspaper in supermarket checkout lanes with the pictures of Bigfoot on the cover.
I agree the vote likely was not stolen, but they really should NOT use voting machines.
They are all easily rigged.
It is only the fact they still also use paper ballots and do the recount with them, that saves the process.
Anything attached to the network can easily be rigged and then wiped clean before any one checks.
Voting machines are used for tabulation. They "read" the ballot in much the same way that standardized tests "read" your chosen selection. Those ballots ARE on paper ballots.