Arizona audit indicates fraud …

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  1. longarch says:

    A shooting civil war would be almost too horrible to contemplate, but it is not outside the realm of possibility. Arizona and Texas state governments are likely to conclude that Trump won and Biden’s team broke many, many laws in the process of cheating. I don’t know any state government that would be willing to risk a civil war to hold up the pretense that Biden won. Perhaps New York would try. California seems to be a basket case; they couldn’t lead a civil war because they have too many heroin addicts defecating on public sidewalks.

    There are many Chinese and other foreign billionaires who prefer Biden, and perhaps some American-born billionaires who value their connections to Communist China more than they value the land of their birth. No doubt there are many bureaucrats who want to believe Biden won, and they will argue that until the day they die. How many federal agents would stand with Biden? How many door-kickers does Biden have?

    Here is a scenario: the Texas Democrats refuse to enter their legislative chambers and they get arrested. The media scream bloody murder and the civil war starts. Perhaps some Federal agencies would attempt to arrest the Texans and get into a shootout.

    • Pat Lang says:

      longarch

      And then what? Does the NG of these states adhere to its loyalty to its state government or does it accept federalization and Bidonian orders to suppress the state government? And to what extent do the federal regular forces accept orders to suppress the states? The emergent Gestapo (FBI, ATF, etc.)? We should know what they will do. They are mere servants of the party in power.

      • LondonBob says:

        Aren’t they looking at expanding the Capitol Police to the whole US?

        As Robert Barnes would point out no way Trump wins the heavily Hispanic counties on the Texas border and loses Arizona (or Nevada for that matter), Hispanics in the two states vote the same way

      • longarch says:

        Sir:

        Does the NG of these states adhere to its loyalty to its state government or does it accept federalization and Bidonian orders to suppress the state government?

        In the real world, I suspect that many powerful insiders are doing everything in their power to prevent a shooting civil war. If they fail, then I speculate some national guard warfighters would try to avoid conflict, but many would gravitate to one side or the other. I imagine many high-ranking officers would tend toward Biden, but the mass of low-ranking warfighters would be vehemently Trumpian.

        The state government officials might be a mixed bag. In places like California, the bureaucrats might be cocaine-addled bohemians — possibly armed. In places like Texas, the bureaucrats might be retired Marines whose hobbies are deer hunting and paintball.


        And to what extent do the federal regular forces accept orders to suppress the states? The emergent Gestapo (FBI, ATF, etc.)? We should know what they will do.

        I suspect that many Bidenistas will lack the courage to sign their names to explicit orders. Surely some dedicated political megalomaniacs will become openly contemptuous of the people. I do not know which people will join factions and which people will try to run from the battle. I am an outsider; I can only observe from afar and guess. I would speculate that many low-ranking FBI officers resent the “Gestapo” culture and regard men like Barr as outright traitors. I can imagine the FBI fragmenting along right/left lines. However, some agencies, notably the ATF, might be tightly controlled by Bidenistas.

        The Bidenistas have many psychopaths with law degrees. The Trumpians have folks like Sidney Powell, Mike Lindell, and Steve Bannon.

        Teddy notes that Ron Watkins promotes some “Q” ideas. I hesitate to speculate on the effects of the “Q drops.” Even those who support Q admit that the Q operation is probably mostly intended as disinformation against Bidenistas. If Trump prevails, I would not be surprised to see someone like Steve Bannon produce his personal diaries and network logs to prove that he was the driving force behind the “Q” campaign.

    • Fred says:

      ” the Texas Democrats refuse to enter their legislative chambers ”
      They’ve already done that by leaving. The left’s mouth pieces are clearly celebrating this couragous abandonment of their elected duties. This is a repeat of the national party’s methodology of denying representation as was seen in Wisconsin in 2011.
      https://www.npr.org/2011/02/17/133847336/wis-democratic-lawmakers-flee-to-prevent-vote

      Governor Abbott of Texas is missing an opportunity. Since the left is enamored of executive orders and reminds us daily of the reality of the andromeda strain, aka Covid, and the ’emergency’, he needs to “double down” on the SJWs.
      The governor should find some piece of legislation, however flimsy, such as the “oath of office” of said legislators. Use that as a basis for an executive order which states that refusing to appear in the legislature after so ordered by competent authority (the house speaker for example) after a period of X days shall be considered a resignation of their elected office. He will then call a special election to fill the seat. Because of the Covid emergency, of course.

      Make them live up to their rules: Alisnky;’s. Let all these quiters waste lots of money to get re-elected to a seat they fled from. While we are in a pandemic, delta varient etc ad nausem.

      Then direct the AG to file a suit of mandamus to force the FAA to fine the airline and the pilots for not making these people adhere to federal law and wear masks while flying. Repeat for all the rest of the crap the left wants to shove down our throats. Alinsky rule 4. It cuts both ways. Rule 8, keep the pressure on. Find out who paid for the flight, it sure can’t be out of legislative office funds as they were fleeing their duties. Make it public, make them pay, personally, for the abandonment of their sworn duties.

      A press conference a day will make the crisis go away; if it announces the next thing you’ll be doing to all these idiots and their allies. Have fun shoving the covid crisis up their a@@es, one lawsuit at a time.

      • Dorothy108 says:

        “Rule 8, keep the pressure on. Find out who paid for the flight, it sure can’t be out of legislative office funds as they were fleeing their duties. Make it public”

        While I do not have the invoice for the charter. It is said the flight was chartered and paid for by the Honorary Consul to Lebanese in Nevada, Philippe Zaide. Although he is said to specialize in ‘green’ energy; he made his money ‘flipping houses’ during the real estate debacle of 2008.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippe_Ziade_(businessman)

  2. longarch says:

    Ron Watkins, a technical expert known as “Code Monkey,” is distributing info through BitTorrent. The info is to be used to expose fraud. Watkins has noted “fraud vitiates everything.” He has further pointed to affidavits that he wrote last year and boasting that he seems to have foreseen current events accurately.

    https://t.me/CodeMonkeyZ/702

    If you don’t like BitTorrent, Watkins also wants you to download the info by other means so that you can help identify fraud:

    https://t.me/CodeMonkeyZ/704

    Watkins is also hinting that former AG Barr was corrupt, and that his father was connected to Epstein’s misdeeds.

    https://t.me/CodeMonkeyZ/692

    Watkins alleges a Communist Chinese connection:

    https://t.me/CodeMonkeyZ/670

  3. Fred says:

    This election was so safe and secure the winners demand that no one look at the machinery or the ballots and need 100+ lawyers to keep anyone, especially a state legislature they don’t control, from looking at them.

  4. Bill H. says:

    Numbers don’t match. Numbers will be released in 48 hours.
    Yes, right after the Durham report.

    • Deap says:

      The audit is a private operation; the Durham is government work. So far this private operation has been impeccable in what they promised and delivered. If they say 48 hours for a preliminary report on simply the ballot numbers, I believe them. I personally would not compare what they are doing to anything the Durham report has done or not done.

  5. Eric Newhill says:

    Evidence of fraud heating up in Michigan too.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/07/breaking-michigan-attorney-drops-huge-bombshell-election-fraud-tonight-6-pm-et-live-stream-video/

    They’re going to need some more Capitol Police.

  6. Babeltuap says:

    CWII is highly improbable. Look around. The youth that would fight this thing are by and large well, large. Soft bags of flour, obese, lazy, disrespectful, no values, financially feeble minded and stare at phones most of the day. Good luck finding enough of them for standing armies on either side. About 1% have served in the military. Of that 1%, 1% of that 1% actually served in combat and most of those are retired or got out and won’t be engaging in it other than protecting their own personal slice of pie if they have one.

  7. Jose says:

    Wait we are all worse the slave owning confederates for challenging the Bidenista Truth, reeducation camps to come for us.

    I doubt the Roberts Supreme Court will anything to save Democracy so we can at least prosecute those responsible for the fraud.

    Wisconsin is even worse, with over 100k ballots with no certificates, but the GOP there is loyal to Paul Ryan not the people of Wisconsin.

  8. Deap says:

    Liberty Daily reporting Biden invited UN observers, into the United States to look for incidents of “racism”.

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