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Kari Lake asks her voters to go to jail....for her.

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I live in Colorado. Boebert Vs Fisch, suddenly the Democrat Fisch is winning after long drawn-out count, in a mostly red county...after two weeks. Nothing fishy about that, folks.
 

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I live in Colorado. Boebert Vs Fisch, suddenly the Democrat Fisch is winning after long drawn-out count, in a mostly red county...after two weeks. Nothing fishy about that, folks.
The race is over mary sycophant.
 

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Democrats are such fine classy people.
 

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Arizona doesn't need an opportunist imitating Trump. Fake Lake is a label well deserved.

AZ. does not need more people like you either.
 

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I have gotten an advanced copy of Donald Trump and Kari Lake's campaign sticker for their run for the White House.

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Just unbelievable. She is a desperate woman.

(Video proof)

And this, right here, is why you don't want a news caster with zero relevant experience as your governor.
 

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I have gotten an advanced copy of Donald Trump and Kari Lake's campaign sticker for their run for the White House.

loser-bumper-sticker.jpg

Trump/Lake 2024: Twice the loser, all the conspiracy!

Are y'all tired of winning yet?
 

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“Straight from the Donald Trump insurrection playbook, Arizona's Kari Lake encourages her GQP base to break the law if that's what it takes to install her as governor.” ibid

Conservatives have already engaged in acts of violent, lawless domestic terrorism because they didn’t like the outcome of an election, no reason not to believe they won’t do it again.
 

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No she wasn't. She, like the fat, orange loser are whiners.


And if you believe their lies, you are as dumb as a rock.
Interesting article....

She's of the same trump cloth......



Judge Sanctions Kari Lake’s Legal Team, Which Includes Alan Dershowitz, for ‘Recklessly’ Filing ‘False, Misleading, and Unsupported’ Claims in Election Lawsuit​

AARON KELLER Dec 1st, 2022, 7:40 pm



An Arizona-based federal judge has ordered sanctions against the legal team assembled by gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (R) and another plaintiff in a failed lawsuit against winning opponent Katie Hobbs (D) and other defendants from two Arizona county government boards.

The attorneys being sanctioned are not directly named in Thursday’s order, but according to the court docket, Harvard Law School Prof. Alan Dershowitz is Lake’s lead attorney in the matter.


The Lake/Finchem lawsuit sought to question the Grand Canyon State’s use of electronic ballot-counting devices:

“Before a single vote is cast, Arizona’s election equipment undergoes thorough testing by independent, neutral experts. Electronic voting equipment must be tested by both the Secretary’s Certification Committee and an Election Assistance Commission (“EAC”) accredited testing laboratory before it may be used in an Arizona election,” Judge Tuchi noted, citing various state laws and noting the specific firms which conducted the independent tests.
He continued:
In addition to the equipment certification process, Arizona’s vote tabulation results are subject to four independent audits — two audits occur before the election, and two audits after. The first of these audits is a logic and accuracy test, which is performed by the Arizona Secretary of State on a sample of the tabulation equipment.
[ . . . ]
The second required audit also takes place before election day. For the second audit, Arizona counties must perform a logic and accuracy test on all of their tabulation equipment. (Citation omitted.) In 2020, the second Maricopa County audit also took place on October 6, and the tabulators counted the ballots with 100% accuracy.
The third audit is a Qrecitation of how the system was supposed to work was provided not just to buttress the opinion that Lake’s lawsuit was unwarranted — it was also used to cite the state-level nature of elections processes.

With the lawsuit dismissed, the judge addressed a request for sanctions on Thursdsay, Dec. 1. In a 30-page order, he wrote as follows:
The Court concludes that sanctions are warranted under Rule 11 and 28 U.S.C. § 1927. It finds that Plaintiffs made false, misleading, and unsupported factual assertions in their FAC and MPI and that their claims for relief did not have an adequate factual or legal basis grounded in a reasonable pre-filing inquiry, in violation of Rules 11(b)(2) and (b)(3). The Court further finds that Plaintiffs’ counsel acted at least recklessly in unreasonably and vexatiously multiplying the proceedings by seeking a preliminary injunction based on Plaintiffs’ frivolous claims, in violation of Section 1927.

Judge Tuchi wrote that only the attorneys — not the plaintiffs themselves — would be sanctioned, though he noted that the plaintiffs acted “far” from “appropriately” in the matter.
“Here, while there are reasons to believe that Plaintiffs themselves contributed to the violations of Rule 11(b)(3) in this case — including that they themselves apparently have voted on paper ballots, contradicting allegations and representations in their pleadings about Arizona’s use of paper ballots — there is not a sufficient record that compels the Court to exercise its discretion to sanction Plaintiffs under that part of the rule,” the judge wrote — leaving the plaintiffs’ attorneys themselves on the hook for the defendants’ fees.
While the judge generally suggested that the plaintiffs had connected themselves with a less than admirable piece of litigation, he was careful not to bash them repeatedly or entirely. For instance, the judge declined to agree with the government officials that the plaintiffs brought the case “for an improper purpose” — namely when it became “politically profitable” to do so “to further their political campaigns” among voters who believed the 2020 election was “stolen” from Donald Trump.
Despite that finding, the judge did criticize the general trend toward using the federal courts to attempt to settle grievances over allegedly “stolen” elections.
“The Court shares the concerns expressed by other federal courts about misuse of the judicial system to baselessly cast doubt on the electoral process in a manner that is conspicuously consistent with the plaintiffs’ political ends,” he noted.
As support for that premise, the judge cited a spate of Trump-related election lawsuits connected to the 2020 presidential contest, including Trump’s thus-far-failed racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and a bevy of other real or perceived political foes.
The judge agreed to award “the Maricopa County Defendants’ reasonable attorneys’ fees” as a sanction, but the precise calculation of those fees remains an outstanding question. It will be settled, the judge ruled, through future paperwork submissions that are due no later than 14 days from Thursday’s order.
The lawsuit, Judge Tuchi concluded, “forced Defendants and their counsel to spend time and resources defending this frivolous lawsuit rather than preparing for the elections over which Plaintiffs’ claims baselessly kicked up a cloud of dust.”
 
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And this, right here, is why you don't want a news caster with zero relevant experience as your governor.
…or holding any public office.
 

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Interesting article....

She's of the same trump cloth......



Judge Sanctions Kari Lake’s Legal Team, Which Includes Alan Dershowitz, for ‘Recklessly’ Filing ‘False, Misleading, and Unsupported’ Claims in Election Lawsuit​

AARON KELLER Dec 1st, 2022, 7:40 pm



An Arizona-based federal judge has ordered sanctions against the legal team assembled by gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (R) and another plaintiff in a failed lawsuit against winning opponent Katie Hobbs (D) and other defendants from two Arizona county government boards.

The attorneys being sanctioned are not directly named in Thursday’s order, but according to the court docket, Harvard Law School Prof. Alan Dershowitz is Lake’s lead attorney in the matter.


The Lake/Finchem lawsuit sought to question the Grand Canyon State’s use of electronic ballot-counting devices:

“Before a single vote is cast, Arizona’s election equipment undergoes thorough testing by independent, neutral experts. Electronic voting equipment must be tested by both the Secretary’s Certification Committee and an Election Assistance Commission (“EAC”) accredited testing laboratory before it may be used in an Arizona election,” Judge Tuchi noted, citing various state laws and noting the specific firms which conducted the independent tests.
He continued:

The third audit is a Qrecitation of how the system was supposed to work was provided not just to buttress the opinion that Lake’s lawsuit was unwarranted — it was also used to cite the state-level nature of elections processes.

With the lawsuit dismissed, the judge addressed a request for sanctions on Thursdsay, Dec. 1. In a 30-page order, he wrote as follows:


Judge Tuchi wrote that only the attorneys — not the plaintiffs themselves — would be sanctioned, though he noted that the plaintiffs acted “far” from “appropriately” in the matter.
“Here, while there are reasons to believe that Plaintiffs themselves contributed to the violations of Rule 11(b)(3) in this case — including that they themselves apparently have voted on paper ballots, contradicting allegations and representations in their pleadings about Arizona’s use of paper ballots — there is not a sufficient record that compels the Court to exercise its discretion to sanction Plaintiffs under that part of the rule,” the judge wrote — leaving the plaintiffs’ attorneys themselves on the hook for the defendants’ fees.
While the judge generally suggested that the plaintiffs had connected themselves with a less than admirable piece of litigation, he was careful not to bash them repeatedly or entirely. For instance, the judge declined to agree with the government officials that the plaintiffs brought the case “for an improper purpose” — namely when it became “politically profitable” to do so “to further their political campaigns” among voters who believed the 2020 election was “stolen” from Donald Trump.
Despite that finding, the judge did criticize the general trend toward using the federal courts to attempt to settle grievances over allegedly “stolen” elections.
“The Court shares the concerns expressed by other federal courts about misuse of the judicial system to baselessly cast doubt on the electoral process in a manner that is conspicuously consistent with the plaintiffs’ political ends,” he noted.
As support for that premise, the judge cited a spate of Trump-related election lawsuits connected to the 2020 presidential contest, including Trump’s thus-far-failed racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and a bevy of other real or perceived political foes.
The judge agreed to award “the Maricopa County Defendants’ reasonable attorneys’ fees” as a sanction, but the precise calculation of those fees remains an outstanding question. It will be settled, the judge ruled, through future paperwork submissions that are due no later than 14 days from Thursday’s order.
The lawsuit, Judge Tuchi concluded, “forced Defendants and their counsel to spend time and resources defending this frivolous lawsuit rather than preparing for the elections over which Plaintiffs’ claims baselessly kicked up a cloud of dust.”

Do you know how badly you have to fuck up as a lawyer to be sanctioned directly by a judge?

And MAGA failing spectacularly in court with misleading, unfounded and inaccurate claims of fraud?

Where have I seen this before? Don't tell me. It will come to me.
 

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I wouldn't trust her to run a Starbucks Drive thru window. Let alone a State.
And we’ll likely see more of this in coming elections.

Republicans continue to be attracted to the naïve, wrongheaded notion of the ‘outsider candidate,’ someone not part of the ‘political establishment,’ and the ridiculous belief that anyone can just walk off the street and be a competent governor or senator.

The template seems to be either a TV personality such as Lake and Oz, or sports figures such as Walker.

The original ‘outsider,’ ‘anti-establishment’ candidate was of course Trump; one would think that Trump’s utter incompetence, lack of experience, and failed ‘presidency’ would dissuade them of that notion, yet they continue to nominate candidates wholly unfit for public office.
 

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And we’ll likely see more of this in coming elections.

Republicans continue to be attracted to the naïve, wrongheaded notion of the ‘outsider candidate,’ someone not part of the ‘political establishment,’ and the ridiculous belief that anyone can just walk off the street and be a competent governor or senator.

The template seems to be either a TV personality such as Lake and Oz, or sports figures such as Walker.

The original ‘outsider,’ ‘anti-establishment’ candidate was of course Trump; one would think that Trump’s utter incompetence, lack of experience, and failed ‘presidency’ would dissuade them of that notion, yet they continue to nominate candidates wholly unfit for public office.

They are resentful and entitled, relentlessly worshiping failure. They demand to be 'installed' into offices they weren't elected to and didn't earn....and refuse to take any personal responsibility for their own failures.

I mean, a fucking *news caster* with no relevant experience to run a state? That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. Of course she lost. But rather than take any responsibility for their own poor judgment.....

.....its gotta be a conspiracy.

In the party of personal responsibility, its always someone else's fault.
 

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Did you read the comments for Qari?

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I find it interesting, all over the nation, the establishment is gaslighting the population, telling them, that these globalists leaders, that no one likes, are receiving all the votes.

. . . . and this forum, is flooded with a flood of folks, that seem to like them.

And yet? The market, does not seem to support this narrative?

:eusa_think:


Strange that.


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Scoop: The Recount plans to suspend operations​


Indeed, I am reading the comments, but honestly? It is clear, that doesn't reflect where a majority of this nation is going for their information.

One would think, if the masses had truly voted for her opponent, then, the information platforms friendly to her opponent would be doing better. . .
 

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I find it interesting, all over the nation, the establishment is gaslighting the population, telling them, that these globalists leaders, that no one likes, are receiving all the votes.

. . . . and this forum, is flooded with a flood of folks, that seem to like them.

And yet? The market, does not seem to support this narrative?

:eusa_think:


Strange that.


View attachment 733578

Scoop: The Recount plans to suspend operations​


Indeed, I am reading the comments, but honestly? It is clear, that doesn't reflect where a majority of this nation is going for their information.

One would think, if the masses had truly voted for her opponent, then, the information platforms friendly to her opponent would be doing better. . .


Wait....so the *market* decides our elections? Not the voters?
 

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Wait....so the *market* decides our elections? Not the voters?
Of course not, but it is a metric. The market reflects the population, just as elections do.


The difference is, leaders can't manipulate the market like they can elections. You can sit there and deny election manipulation, it is not so easy to do with markets though.

You sit there claiming that there was no hiccups that affected the election, when everyone saw what went down.


. . . whether it affected the outcome?????
 

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Of course not, but it is a metric. The market reflects the population, just as elections do.


The difference is, leaders can't manipulate the market like they can elections. You can sit there and deny election manipulation, it is not so easy to do with markets though.

You sit there claiming that there was no hiccups that affected the election, when everyone saw what went down.


. . . whether it affected the outcome?????

No, actually the votes are the only metric of the outcome of the election. Not the markets. Not the weather. Not the price of Strawberry Quik.

Just votes.

And I'm saying there's been no evidence of fraud that would have changed the outcome of the election.
 

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