- Feb 25, 2015
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Wow, thanks man!Barnes comes in at 9 minutes and they start discussing other matters at around the hour and a half mark. They discuss a lot of issues, so it's impossible to summarize with a few words. It's a good overall summary what is going on in the legal process regarding the election. Here is somewhat of an outlineOP, is there a particular time stamp that is compelling for those of us that cannot listen to a 2 hour pod? Thanks.
@ 9 minutes Barnes enters, they discuss PA lawsuits.
@ 11 min Barnes lists where state court cases, and federal court cases are pending, and who are filing the lawsuits. Summary: There are a lot of different cases pending by lot of different people in many states.
@ 14 min Barnes explains that certification is only the first part and the election can be contested after.
@ 16 min When the election is contested, there are more rights, such as the right to inspect the ballots and less of an issue with procedural issues (depending on state).
@ 17 min Barnes addresses the indeed, what seem like state issues can end up in Supreme Court (contrary to claims made by leftists).
@ 18:42 "Best case scenario" Barnes quickly explains the overall outlook and issues.
@ 23 min Some of the Trump wins are discussed, as well as the PA lawsuit, and particularly why the mail in voting indeed appears unconstitutional.
@ 25 min "FBI should have started investigating before the election, rather than after." FBI failed again...
@ 27 min Barnes takes on the ridiculous interpretation of Bush v. Gore by the federalist society judge, forwarding problems with the monopoly. Federalist society judges are very pro establishment taking shots at Trump despite the judges being nominated by him.
@ 33 min Bush mostly lost at every court except the SCOTUS. Again, a seemingly state matter ended up at SCOTUS.
@ 35 min List of some acknowledgement of problems in the election, and why any such acknowledgment is great as they constitute proof that Trump is correct.
@ 37 min Discussion of mail in voting which is historically problematic. Also discussion on how every safe guard to eliminate fraud from the mail in voting was removed. Signature checking was not properly enforced.
@ 39 min Coming lawsuits, it is explained that the lawsuits that have been dismissed haven't been dismissed for lack of evidence.
@ 40 min They discuss the very high voter turn out in some areas. It is anomalous, but current data is needed. They also discuss people who voted after they had moved from the state, or registered to a place they did not live in, a significant amount of people. Someone else had potentially voted for them. Again, a big problem since the signatures were not properly matched.
@ 43 min "Should have filed earlier" issue.
@ 47 min "SCOTUS is critical", Trump is not expected go very far in lower courts. Congress and SCOTUS is where it is at. "Will Republicans stand with Trump or abandon him?"
@ 49 min What should you do? Contact your senators and signal for Trump. The signatures need to be checked. People should step up.
@ 50 min Continuing on what you can do, Barnes quickly mentiones a new crowd sources website detailing the irregularities Here Is The Evidence
@ 57 min Fishy activity taking place after the election and now. Signature audits not getting through in any of the contested states, despite promises, ballots reportedly missing, and of course just now the Dominion machine wipe.
@ 1 hour mark, Discussion of the Kraken and some legal issues with the lawsuit. Regarding the algorithmic manipulation claim, Barnes does not see evidence for this particular claim of the lawsuit in it. Still a lot of good arguments. Again, with the signatures....
@ 1:06:40 The confidential settlement agreement dictating how absentee ballots and signature matches were going to be treated in GA. Unreasonable signatures accepted.
@ 1:12 Lie regrading the audit that did not happen. Georgia republican party neck deep in corruption.
@ 1:13 "Will the machines be wiped", Barnes repeats that Powell's lawsuits will likely be thrown out for lack of standing, and the issue of corruption, but we will see. (Note that this was before the order was re-instituted, but still relevant)
@ 1:17 On likely future lawsuits and election contests. Likely a common pattern in many states. SCOTUS action, congress action... the actual deadline is January.
@ 1:25 On German servers... "Highly unlikely". Should not be in lawsuits since it's better to focus on what you can prove.
@1:28 Discussion of Flyn and other stuff starts...