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2 hours ago, Dennis Berube said:

 

Cliff, your hilarious. Your "question" was phrased in such a way that it was clearly more of ad hominem attack than a question. For example, have you ever met a story from the MSM you didn't like?

Yes!  I’m glad you asked that question!  I have no problem answering that question.

You are familiar I assume with the phrase “Mighty Wurlitzer” — CIA’s propaganda shop run by Frank Wisner in the 50’s.

Here are the tunes the MSM Mighty Wurlitzer played late summer ‘16.

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These are the words people heard about each candidate.  Hillary’s words are highly negative or neutral.  The Trump words are neutral or positive except for those tiny “Russia” and “Russian.”

RussiaGate Deniers posit a scenario where Crowdstrike, the company hired to examine the hacked DNC servers spring of ‘16, conspired with elements in the US intelligence community to frame Russia for the DNC hack.

And then they sat on it?

What BS the anti-anti-Trumpers pitch!

“Have you ever met a Trump talking point you didn’t like?”

That question is only ad hominem if the skepticism is justified.

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I know I am agreeing with another Trump talking point here,

As always.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Dennis Berube said:

It's becoming increasingly obvious that many on this forum have yet to undertake a study of BigPharma and its stunning tentacles. I would submit that it is critical to the understanding of the US political situation right now.

Obviously, no one article can provide understanding to someone who is psychologically conditioned against it (same with JFK case), but here's one for those that dare from a Kennedy website.

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/globalist-technocrats-great-reset-plan/?utm_source=salsa&eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=7567c856-e5e4-4025-b60c-c8c7485fa5d7

well, it's nice to know there's a conspiracy theory for every little thing that ails us.

Submit what and to whom? Remember we're the generation that understood the conservatives thought JFK was a commie sympathizer and we the USofA were going to become an appeasement juggernaught. So they murdered JFK in broad daylight to die in the arms of his wife and the entire world to watch.

Are you saying or implying here that that Tub of Lard in the Oval Office is/was going to expose Big Pharma? Perhaps it's you that is a little short of political-psychological conditioning to actually grasp the current situation.... eh?

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As the idea of a Biden Presidency slowly slips out of your hands, you might want to blame your own laziness for not only four more years of Trump, but also the next few decades of Democrats wandering in the desert.

What I mean by "lazy", is your unwillingness to cohesively present evidence for your side, while the deplorable crowd collects information, analyses, digests, and distributes bits and facts and ideas that help with their cause.

Many you (and your media enablers) have relied on the "Racist" dog whistle for so long, you have lost any ability to present a constructive counter narrative to any assertion made by the deplorable crowd. You yell "racist" and then go back to dreaming about what JFK's second term might have been.

While you have all been think up new synonyms for "racist", a lot of deplorables with various skill sets, including just being able to dial a phone number, have been extracting the vast amount of publicly available election data and uncovering all types of anomalies, inconsistencies, and evidence of outright fraud in the available public information. 

Aside from raw number crunching and statistical analyses, evidence like the Dominion Voting systems user manual is being looked at by people who are experts in programming and any number of System's admins.

You guys rely on reporters, who are experts in nothing, to spoon feed you talking points.

Look what these deplorables did while you were calling everyone you disagree with a "racist."

The table below was crowd sourced in 6 days. The sample size is 650 as of an hour ago.

In the sample sizes of the study, they found:

Out of infrequent Republican registered voters who the State has recorded an Absentee vote in 2020, when called the voter said that they did NOT vote.

IN OTHER WORDS, these are the percentages of:

1. Republican Registered Voters.

2. That do not vote frequently.

3. That say that they did not cast a vote in 2020.

4. But the state election data base says they did cast a vote.

  • MI: 2.80% 
  • NV: 2.22%
  • AZ: 0.94%
  • GA: 0.85%
  • PA: 0.70%
  • WI: 0.66%

 

In this sample, 2.80% of Michigan Registered Republicans, who do not vote frequently, had a vote has for them.

You guys should keep blowing the "racist" dog whistle. It's working out really well.

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38 minutes ago, David G. Healy said:

Are you saying or implying here that that Tub of Lard in the Oval Office is/was going to expose Big Pharma?

No. But he certainly irked them with some things he has done and said whether on purpose or by accident.

38 minutes ago, David G. Healy said:

Perhaps it's you that is a little short of political-psychological conditioning to actually grasp the current situation.... eh?

I really hope that is the case, honestly.

 

38 minutes ago, David G. Healy said:

well, it's nice to know there's a conspiracy theory for every little thing that ails us.

I didn't mean to "attack" you Cliff style, just making an overdue point via your comment, my apologies for the perceived offense. However, I can't help but reflect on how much that statement reminds me of McAdams. 

 

38 minutes ago, David G. Healy said:

ubmit what and to whom? Remember we're the generation that understood the conservatives thought JFK was a commie sympathizer and we the USofA were going to become an appeasement juggernaught. So they murdered JFK in broad daylight to die in the arms of his wife and the entire world to watch.

The idea that BigPharma knowledge is necessary to appropriately assess today's politics. To the forum.

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7 minutes ago, Dennis Berube said:

I didn't mean to "attack" you Cliff style,

Attack Dennis style:

"Too many people are emotionally charged against Trump objective analysis is long gone."

Highly partisan, no?

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1 minute ago, Dennis Berube said:

If I was a Trump partisan, yes, but as I've mentioned many times, I have not and do not support Trump Cliff. It's just my attempt at an objection observation, I'm sorry I failed to meet your standards again.

How is it an objective observation when you only condemn one side?

 

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2 minutes ago, Cliff Varnell said:

How is it an objective observation when you only condemn one side?

Well because that's the "side" that is important regarding the election isn't it? Considering the Biden position that is repeated by most Democrats is essentially the exact same as the corporate MSM position, to me, that's a red flag in and of itself. It is very easy for a person who dislikes Trump to dismiss any allegation he makes based only on that emotion. I understand Trump doesn't deserve trust and respect in the eyes of most, but those people should take extra precautions regarding their judgements, not less, especially when they are in lockstep agreement with corporate narratives.

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28 minutes ago, Dennis Berube said:

Well because that's the "side" that is important regarding the election isn't it? Considering the Biden position that is repeated by most Democrats is essentially the exact same as the corporate MSM position, to me, that's a red flag in and of itself.

So the objective observation that Biden won more votes in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Omaha is suspect because it was reported in the MSM?

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It is very easy for a person who dislikes Trump to dismiss any allegation he makes based only on that emotion.
 

And the fact that he’s told 22,000+ lies over the last four years shouldn’t impact our analyses?

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I understand Trump doesn't deserve trust and respect in the eyes of most, but those people should take extra precautions regarding their judgements, not less, especially when they are in lockstep agreement with corporate narratives.

What extra precaution takes away from the fact Biden won 306 electoral votes and took the popular vote by 6 million?

Shouldn’t people questioning the validity of the election take “extra precaution”?

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3 hours ago, Steve Thomas said:

David,

The Michigan State Board of Canvassers meets Monday to certify the election in Michigan. It's too late for the Election Board in Wayne County to "change their minds".

Steve Thomas

 

Who can follow anymore?  Wake me when it's over.

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17 minutes ago, Dennis Berube said:

[...] to me, that's a red flag in and of itself. It is very easy for a person who dislikes Trump to dismiss any allegation he makes based only on that emotion. [...]

a PR disaster awaits your GOP repair. The Oval Office *Loser* is a pathological xxxx 20,000+ at last count. It's very simple to dismiss any, ANY allegation the Tub of Lard makes. In fact, is displays wisdom to in fact, do just that...

 

pssst, long about 1995 .John mcmadman rejected my membership at AAJ. Some silly reason or other, might of had to do with a comment attributed to me about the Jesuits being back to their political mischief again.

I've been ruining their Wheaties ever since...

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17 minutes ago, David G. Healy said:

a PR disaster awaits your GOP repair. The Oval Office *Loser* is a pathological xxxx 20,000+ at last count. It's very simple to dismiss any, ANY allegation the Tub of Lard makes. In fact, is displays wisdom to in fact, do just that...

 

pssst, long about 1995 .John mcmadman rejected my membership at AAJ. Some silly reason or other, might of had to do with a comment attributed to me about the Jesuits being back to their political mischief again.

I've been ruining their Wheaties ever since...

Dealey Plaza Dan Rather hates President Trump as well. Good job Dave.

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