just enough for a biden win!

A question for experts on rigging US elections
Colonel Cassad, Nov 4 2020

Could only 138,000 votes be added at a time for one candidate and not a single vote for another? The fact that Michigan is one of 4 states where the fate of a formal election victory will be decided adds intrigue to the question.

“And here I seem to be out of my last strength …”
Colonel Cassad, Nov 4 2020

This is the Michigan and Wisconsin elections. So far, both presidential candidates have announced they are winning. In Pennsylvania, votes are going to be counted right up to Friday. The week promises to be fun.

The profession of political sociologist is over. What is happening is destructive for the industry where I work.
– (c) Frank Lutz, one of the leading sociologists of the Republican Party.

5 Comments

  1. lobro
    Posted November 5, 2020 at 6:14 am | Permalink

    somebody explain this to me under assumption that trump is fully owned and controlled by jews—why was this patently obvious travesty needed in any script written by even a semi-literate 3rd grader.
    all this time i heard on everyday basis how trump is the most zionist, jew-friendly president ever—so who torpedoed his re-election, surely not jews, huh?
    who?
    or could it be … could it … mind reeling … that he was NOT all that zionist, jew-friendly, kowtowing to their wishes.

  2. niqnaq
    Posted November 5, 2020 at 6:20 am | Permalink

    there’s plenty of dirty work at the crossroads.

    The influx of 138,339 Biden votes cited in some tweets were the result of a data error, according to a spokesperson for Decision Desk HQ, an election data and analysis service. “It was a simple error from a file created by the state that we ingested,” the company said in a statement. “DDHQ does not correct/amend/adjust any state provided file. The state noticed the error and produced an updated count. This happens on election nights and we expect other vote tabulators in MI experienced this error and corrected in real-time as we did.”

  3. lobro
    Posted November 5, 2020 at 7:46 am | Permalink

    ok, “simple error” as common as calling heads and getting tails on a coin toss.
    in all the polls, they establish the 95% margin of error falling symmetrically at both ends.
    but it just happens to favor biden, and then there are the count-by-night massive influxes also favoring biden in PA, WI, etc., to bring them in line with halacha demands, not to mention calling the AZ done with over 1/2 million votes to count—time after time after time.
    when does the shekel fairness come into question?
    without “violating community✡️ guidelines

    my takeaway—however bad trump may have been (“the most zionist, jew-friendly potus ever“), it was not enough, not nearly—they are in a tearing hurry.

    not satisfied with mere entry in the guinness book, as the man said: “Zionism, in a tearing hurry for world supremacy, will be harsh on us“.

    those fearing boredom in 2021 should rest easy.

  4. helvena
    Posted November 5, 2020 at 2:43 pm | Permalink

    Trump won. https://www.bitchute.com/video/UpraI1vAnv0V/
    The same people who brought us the color revolutions have now brought it home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1nKlubJO54&t=1017s

  5. Paul
    Posted November 7, 2020 at 7:32 am | Permalink

    I think that may have been the case lobro. He gave them what they appeared to want, while not quite giving them what they really wanted. They hate him because in the end they don’t own him. He can be as supportive of Israel and its bullsh*t as he likes, but they still aren’t in charge of him, hence he had to go. Had they been unable to do this, or if it all comes apart and he was declared winner, then I suspect they would go straight to assassination, as that would be all they have left.

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