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Extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results, saying that it’s extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

Trump won those three battleground states. Former President Richard Nixon, who lost during the 1960 election against former President John F. Kennedy, also won Florida, Ohio, and Iowa, and is the only other candidate to have experienced that in more than 150 years.

“Since before the Civil War, only once has a candidate swept Ohio, Iowa, & Florida and ‘lost’ the presidential race – Nixon in 1960. President Trump handily won this trifecta of key states on Nov 3rd. Unlike 1960…we will NOT allow the Dems’ theft to stand!” he wrote on Twitter. He went on to point out that some historians believe that Nixon actually won the 1960 election and was “cheated out of it” in Chicago.

Cortes flagged the scenario as an “utter improbability,” noting that Trump “handily” won the three states. Trump won by more than 3 percentage points in Florida, 8 percentage points in Ohio, and more than 8 percentage points in Iowa.


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Where the hell is that Durham guy hiding ?

Lol states vote independent of each other. It is what it is.
5 to 7 states don't stop counting on election night, send people home then resume counting ballots all night-- all changing Trump leads to Biden by morning.
Lol yeah because they started counting mail in ballots after. In PA, for instance, they started counting mail in ballots after in person votes. This was a rule made by REPUBLICANS.

Also, remember in Iowa when Biden was leading on election night? It was a “blue mirage” because for that state, they counted mail in ballots FIRST. By morning, Trump came out on top.

Some basic critical thinking skills wouldn’t kill you.
 

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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results, saying that it’s extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

Trump won those three battleground states. Former President Richard Nixon, who lost during the 1960 election against former President John F. Kennedy, also won Florida, Ohio, and Iowa, and is the only other candidate to have experienced that in more than 150 years.

“Since before the Civil War, only once has a candidate swept Ohio, Iowa, & Florida and ‘lost’ the presidential race – Nixon in 1960. President Trump handily won this trifecta of key states on Nov 3rd. Unlike 1960…we will NOT allow the Dems’ theft to stand!” he wrote on Twitter. He went on to point out that some historians believe that Nixon actually won the 1960 election and was “cheated out of it” in Chicago.

Cortes flagged the scenario as an “utter improbability,” noting that Trump “handily” won the three states. Trump won by more than 3 percentage points in Florida, 8 percentage points in Ohio, and more than 8 percentage points in Iowa.


Meanwhile in an indirectly related story.
Where the hell is that Durham guy hiding ?

Lol states vote independent of each other. It is what it is.
Not in a federal election. You are a clever one.
 

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Can you idiots take your "irregular" and shove it up your ass already?

It was "irregular" for son of a president to become a president. Bush won just fine.

It was "irregular" for a black guy to win. Obama won just fine.

Trump himself is damn irregular. His on-tape pussy grabbing confessions very "irregular" . Yet he won in 2016.

"irregular" was also the pandemic he screwed up in very "irregular" ways.

Many things that happen are "irregular".

Take a deck of cards and pull one out - DAMN THATS AMAZING! you only had 2% odds on that specific card. You can amaze yourself with crazy conspiracy theories on all the "irregular" happenings with cards right before your lying eyes all day long. :icon_rolleyes:
 
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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results, saying that it’s extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

Trump won those three battleground states. Former President Richard Nixon, who lost during the 1960 election against former President John F. Kennedy, also won Florida, Ohio, and Iowa, and is the only other candidate to have experienced that in more than 150 years.

“Since before the Civil War, only once has a candidate swept Ohio, Iowa, & Florida and ‘lost’ the presidential race – Nixon in 1960. President Trump handily won this trifecta of key states on Nov 3rd. Unlike 1960…we will NOT allow the Dems’ theft to stand!” he wrote on Twitter. He went on to point out that some historians believe that Nixon actually won the 1960 election and was “cheated out of it” in Chicago.

Cortes flagged the scenario as an “utter improbability,” noting that Trump “handily” won the three states. Trump won by more than 3 percentage points in Florida, 8 percentage points in Ohio, and more than 8 percentage points in Iowa.


Meanwhile in an indirectly related story.
Where the hell is that Durham guy hiding ?

It is simple really. Trump broke 150 years of voting history because that's how bad he sucked.
 

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What is not extremely rare is democrats cheating and rigging elections , this time they were caught .

Caught? Where? You are a sore loser. Arizona and Georgia made up for the Biden’s loss in Ohio. Dems can win the Presidency without Florida. Iowa is too small to matter anymore.

Quit being a fool for TrumpQ. He’s a one term failure who could never expand his base of angry white losers and failures who are susceptible to all his lies and scams - Including this last one where he takes your money promoting the anti-American conspiracy theory that he was robbed of a win despite 7 million more votes for Biden and an electoral college landslide.

Biden has the same electoral win as Trump 2016 but he has 10 million more popular votes when considering TrumpQ lost the popular vote in 2016 by 3 million and lost the popular vote by 7 million in 2020. The reason is there are fewer voters who can be duped by Trumpism than those who are not..
 

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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results, saying that it’s extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

Trump won those three battleground states. Former President Richard Nixon, who lost during the 1960 election against former President John F. Kennedy, also won Florida, Ohio, and Iowa, and is the only other candidate to have experienced that in more than 150 years.

“Since before the Civil War, only once has a candidate swept Ohio, Iowa, & Florida and ‘lost’ the presidential race – Nixon in 1960. President Trump handily won this trifecta of key states on Nov 3rd. Unlike 1960…we will NOT allow the Dems’ theft to stand!” he wrote on Twitter. He went on to point out that some historians believe that Nixon actually won the 1960 election and was “cheated out of it” in Chicago.

Cortes flagged the scenario as an “utter improbability,” noting that Trump “handily” won the three states. Trump won by more than 3 percentage points in Florida, 8 percentage points in Ohio, and more than 8 percentage points in Iowa.


Meanwhile in an indirectly related story.
Where the hell is that Durham guy hiding ?

Incompetent, dereliction of duty Don is probably more despised than any President in history. Millions of Americans simply hate him and wish bad things on his evil soul. Yes, even patriotic Americans in Florida,-Iowa- and Ohio.
 

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Let face facts nothing will convince you that Biden won and very little fraud was done!

No matter if God came down or even Trump admitted he lost you will still proclaim Biden and Democrats cheated...

Also let remember Trump did something very few Presidents ever did and win the electoral college while losing the popular vote in 2016, so flukes happen and will happen again...

Now go bite a pillow and cry for the next four years about how your Messiah was defeated by the anti-Christ...
 

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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results, saying that it’s extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

Trump won those three battleground states. Former President Richard Nixon, who lost during the 1960 election against former President John F. Kennedy, also won Florida, Ohio, and Iowa, and is the only other candidate to have experienced that in more than 150 years.

“Since before the Civil War, only once has a candidate swept Ohio, Iowa, & Florida and ‘lost’ the presidential race – Nixon in 1960. President Trump handily won this trifecta of key states on Nov 3rd. Unlike 1960…we will NOT allow the Dems’ theft to stand!” he wrote on Twitter. He went on to point out that some historians believe that Nixon actually won the 1960 election and was “cheated out of it” in Chicago.

Cortes flagged the scenario as an “utter improbability,” noting that Trump “handily” won the three states. Trump won by more than 3 percentage points in Florida, 8 percentage points in Ohio, and more than 8 percentage points in Iowa.


Meanwhile in an indirectly related story.
Where the hell is that Durham guy hiding ?

It has happened before, so what is your point?
 

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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results, saying that it’s extremely rare for a presidential candidate to win in Ohio, Florida, and Iowa and lose the overall race.

Trump won those three battleground states. Former President Richard Nixon, who lost during the 1960 election against former President John F. Kennedy, also won Florida, Ohio, and Iowa, and is the only other candidate to have experienced that in more than 150 years.

“Since before the Civil War, only once has a candidate swept Ohio, Iowa, & Florida and ‘lost’ the presidential race – Nixon in 1960. President Trump handily won this trifecta of key states on Nov 3rd. Unlike 1960…we will NOT allow the Dems’ theft to stand!” he wrote on Twitter. He went on to point out that some historians believe that Nixon actually won the 1960 election and was “cheated out of it” in Chicago.

Cortes flagged the scenario as an “utter improbability,” noting that Trump “handily” won the three states. Trump won by more than 3 percentage points in Florida, 8 percentage points in Ohio, and more than 8 percentage points in Iowa.


Meanwhile in an indirectly related story.
Where the hell is that Durham guy hiding ?

It has happened before, so what is your point?
No point – just more rightwing whining about Trump losing the election.
 

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Battleground states are changing. Ohio isn't a battleground state at this point and Iowa is barely hanging on as one. Arizona, Georgia and North Carolina have moved into the battleground column.
People move, demographics change.

Ohio and Iowa are now mostly Red, Florida is now leaning Red
Virginia is now Blue, Arizona now leans Blue, Georgia is now in play for Democrats
Even Texas is moving to Purple.

Using the old predictors of an election no longer works
 

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President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes is continuing to highlight irregularities in the election results


Biden's election is the greatest irregularity in the history of elections, which is exactly why the GOP never would have done anything this way because they know it would be forever contested and how I know it was a crooked election-- -- because the Democrats didn't care and did it anyway. All they cared about was winning.
They used the planDemic to set up the mail-in/ Dominion insurance policy.
Please explain how there was cheating with the Dominion voting system machines and mail in ballots,

When the BY HAND recount of the mail in ballots, came up with the same vote counts as the machine.

Can you do that...????
 
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History professor who has accurately predicted every election since 1984 says Trump will lose

He has correctly predicted the winner of each presidential race since Ronald Reagan's reelection victory in 1984 using his "13 keys" system.


NOT POSSIBLE! :icon_rolleyes:
It is not hard to predict Presidential Elections
Most are pretty clear who will win.
The rest, you have a 50/50 chance of being right
 

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What is not extremely rare is democrats cheating and rigging elections , this time they were caught .
What is not extremely rare is Republicans refusing to accept that they lost.
We didn't lose and if you get away with it. Biden will be a illegitimate president. I mean Harris.

Bagdad Bob said the same thing

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Results were manipulated. Everyone knows it. Even under their cheerful glee, the democrats themselves know it. They can pretend otherwise. But they know. Ha.

Personally, I don't see a nickel's worth of difference between Washington Dems and Repubs. I think all of this is by design and I think Trump played a major role in it himself with the intention being to serve one term. Just get in and out real quick and pass the baton over to the dems for the last leg.

But our election system itself is under blatant attack from many angles, including the corporate media. That's the main problem.
 

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Results were manipulated. Everyone knows it. Even under their cheerful glee, the democrats themselves know it. They can pretend otherwise. But they know. Ha.

Personally, I don't see a nickel's worth of difference between Washington Dems and Repubs. I think all of this is by design and I think Trump played a major role in it himself with the intention being to serve one term. Just get in and out real quick and pass the baton over to the dems for the last leg.

But our election system itself is under blatant attack from many angles, including the corporate media. That's the main problem.

No dummy, we do not know that, because it's crazy bullshit. Just ask Trump's now-gone AG Barr, Republicans that administered the elections, and recounts, and 60 lawsuits Trumpsters lost.

The only ones that "know" it are mind fucked Trumpets like you.
 
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Irregularities aren't going to win a court case. You're going to have to do better than that.
They need to prove the Dominion software was compromised to a degree that would change the outcome. Nothing else will work.

The algorithm can switch votes at will.
At will - ended up being a bigger number than they originally planned for.
That is what necessitated the pause in counting and the reset
Why didn’t they change numbers to win the Senate?
They literally cannot think ahead to the next obvious question. :laugh:
 

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