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As December begins, here’s where we are with regard to the November 2020 election.

This is another long thread, so feel free to grab some sustenance before reading.

Logical thinkers marvel (not) at Joe Biden’s achieving the impossible:

And then there’s Nate Silver, who rode to fame in predicting Obama’s ascent to the White House in 2008:

This is the raw truth behind Biden’s miraculous win (click on the last tweet to see the rest of the thread):

This is why Trump campaign lawyers continue to contest election results in six disputed states.

State law does not supersede the US Constitution:

The Dems’ battle plan, published in 2019

In 2019, Loyola University’s School of Law published a detailed battle plan on how the Democrats could win the 2020 election. It is over 50 pages long and covers all possible scenarios:

Recommended reading at the weekend.

Arizona

Arizona’s chapter of the Republican Party does not want the results officially certified:

A hearing took place on Monday, November 30. Phoenix and Scottsdale are in Maricopa County:

This is how wide the disparity of votes is. Also, 100,000 ballots a day needed to be adjudicated:

One witness wanted a nationwide audit of the election results:

Furthermore, an expert witness, Colonel Phil Waldron, says the Dominion machine used was connected to the Internet on Election Day. Traffic went to Frankfurt, Germany. Algorithms changed votes. Another person alleged 35K fraud votes were added to Democrat candidates by spread distribution.

Now the state legislature must come to a decision about the election results:

This is where it gets confusing.

Governor Ducey certified the election that day …

… but a special session of the state legislature could still take place:

Arizona’s Electoral College votes on December 14 could be withheld:

Meanwhile, Trump supporters gathered for a rally that started in the morning and continued into the evening:

It is astounding that a Republican governor would want to hasten the swearing in of a Democrat senator, especially after a lengthy hearing about election fraud took place.

Twitter censored at least one witness at the hearing:

On Wednesday, December 2, Doug Ducey was served with a lawsuit on his certification. This means that he must decertify Arizona’s results:

Georgia

Lucian Lincoln ‘Lin’ Wood Jr continues to pursue the truth in Georgia, his home state:

Georgia’s governor and lieutenant governor — Republicans — claim there was no voter fraud:

Suppose there has been foreign interference:

Wood has been investigating the voting machines:

On December 2, Breitbart published an assortment of Democrat campaigns to which Lin Wood donated in the past. The article also claims that Wood wants Trump supporters to vote for Democrat candidates in the upcoming state run-off elections.

Wood replied that he wants the Republican state candidates to take a tougher stand against the governor before the run-off:

That same day, The New American reported that Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger began investigations into several groups trying to rig the January 5 run-off election:

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has initiated investigations into various groups, including one founded by former Georgia gubernatorial candidate and “voter suppression” alarmist Stacey Abrams, for seeking to “aggressively” register “ineligible, out-of-state, or deceased voters” before the January 5 runoff elections.

Raffensperger’s office on Wednesday said the investigations probe groups like America Votes, Vote Forward and The New Georgia Project — which was founded by Abrams and previously chaired by Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock.

For weeks, Raffensperger warned against registering individuals who are ineligible to vote in Georgia’s runoff elections and against encouraging people to come to Georgia with the sole aim of casting ballots in the election …

On Wednesday, the secretary of state stated that his office has “received specific evidence that these groups have solicited voter registrations from ineligible individuals who have passed away or live out of state.”

“I will investigate these claims thoroughly and take action against anyone attempting to undermine our elections,” he assured.

President Trump will be appearing in Georgia on Saturday, November 5, to rally support the Republican candidates.

On Thursday, December 3, a ‘blockbuster’ video of suitcases of ballots emerged:

More follows in this thread, where you can see a Democrat deny what happened.

Michigan

After Arizona, Michigan was the next stop:

On Friday, November 13, Judge Timothy Kenny of the Third Circuit Court dismissed witness testimony regarding alleged voter fraud at the TCF Center (Cobo Hall, in old money) where ballots were being tabulated.

Judge Kenny dismissed the testimony because the witnesses, in his words, were:

not credible.

It is interesting, then, that Judge Kenny has been releasing violent criminals from prison because of coronavirus.

On Sunday, November 29, the Gateway Pundit reported (emphasis in the original):

The Detroit News broke the story, and they have not been given all the records they requested. The only time period covered so far has been from March through September 21, meaning there could be many more.

This includes alleged child molesters. And violent felons.

And it includes an alleged rapist who went on to allegedly rape while freed by Judge Kenny.

Back in March, Kenny said he would not release any violent offenders, but he did anyway:

The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office told the Detroit News: “Judge Kenny is ultimately the person determining who will be released. Prosecutor Worthy believes that Judge Kenny has been very responsible about not releasing violent criminals.”

Prosecutor Worthy!

This next bit is from the Detroit News, but I could not find the direct link on Gateway Pundit. The released convicts are not people you’d invite round for tea (emphasis mine):

…released from the Wayne County Jail were Jameel Bradley and Kaylin Drewery, both of whom were convicted of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, meaning their victims were either aged 13-16, or the abusers were in positions of authority over them.

Egads.

Judge Kenny obviously does not care about the people of Michigan — or the people of the United States. He releases violent criminals. He also dismisses serious allegations of voter fraud.

Gateway Pundit has a video of several people who testified about alleged voter fraud in TCF Center in Detroit. They testified in Lansing, the state’s capital on Tuesday, December 1 (emphases in the original):

Over the past three weeks The Gateway Pundit and our team in Detroit have interviewed DOZENS of GOP elections observers who were threatened, abused, attacked and harassed at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan following the 2020 election landslide for President Donald Trump.

Several of these observers witnessed carloads of ballots arriving at the center in the middle of the night on November 4th marked for Joe Biden.

These observers described their abuse at the TCF being followed around by far left goons and being locked out of the ballot counting room.

This was corruption and fraud at its worst.
And the Democrat Party condones this violence and theft.

A hearing took place on December 2, wherein witnesses said they have been threatened, intimidated and may not be able to find jobs:

Here is one witness’s testimony. Please watch:

Nevada

By the time you read this, an inspection will have taken place in Clark County, where Las Vegas is located:

Discovery continues with Sidney Powell’s team:

If the Democrats are certain they won legitimately, why would they beat someone up?

Re the discovery by Jesse Binnall, the Gateway Pundit reported that incentives were allegedly exchanged for votes (emphases mine):

The Gateway Pundit spoke to Jesse Law, one of the Trump Electors represented by Jesse Binnall in the trial that is set to begin on Thursday.

One of the issues sited in the lawsuit is improper campaigns in the Native American community, which appear to be bribes, in exchange for votes and registering to vote.

Law explained that “if we are to believe the many articles out these days that claim the Native American vote was critical to the election results this year, then yes, as it appears from your reporting and others’ that this was a widespread effort in many tribal areas and states. Being from Nevada, I am familiar with a lot of the ongoing economic issues facing Native American communities and I think it’s cynical and sad the way they appear to have been taken advantage of by this votes for dollars scheme.”

As the Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday evening, Native Americans in Arizona, Nevada and a slew of other states were given gift cards, televisions, electronics, and even resort stays in exchange for voting. These efforts were partially funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation and government agencies …

When asked how confident he is that the lawsuit will succeed, Law said that if the court is fair, they will win.

If the judge will allow all the evidence to be heard, I think it will be very successful because this is a clear case of illegal behavior no matter how you spin it, and that coupled with the many other categories of voter fraud that occurred in this state well over count for the difference in current tallies for the presidential election.”

A hearing was held yesterday, December 2. Matt Schlapp, who is helping with Team Trump’s efforts, was confident of their evidence:

Yesterday, a Nevada judge decided not to rule on the hearing until today, Friday, December 4:

Pennsylvania

On Friday, November 27, a Circuit Court judge dismissed one lawsuit by Team Trump:

Republicans in the state legislature tried a last-ditch effort, but it was not good enough:

Not only were there not enough sponsors, the legislature is now adjourned until January 2021:

News emerges from Solomon Yue, the Vice Chairman & CEO at Republicans Overseas, that four US Supreme Court Justices have agreed to take the Pennsylvania case.

Wisconsin

On December 2, a new lawsuit was filed in Wisconsin. Developing:

The following day, the Gateway Pundit reported (emphases in the original):

President Trump’s team’s recent lawsuit in Wisconsin must be over the target. 

Is this why a Madison, Wisconsin Attorney pushed back and threatened Gateway Pundit after our reporting on absentee and ‘indefinitely confined’ ballots in Wisconsin?

This is about Dane County, where Madison is:

Thousands of IC votes were observed by recount watchers in Dane County that were in pristine condition rather than being folded or showing any sign of wear and tear. The same was observed in thousands of absentee votes with the initials of ‘MLW’ on them.

RedState has more details. An excerpt — an overview — follows:

This Complaint initiating the Election Contest challenges several categories of ballots that were counted by the Election Boards of Dane and Milwaukee Counties during the recount process, all of which were the subject of objections by the Trump Campaign during the recount process. The objections were denied by the Election Boards, and the ballots were included in the final tabulated results.

President Trump speaks out

President Trump spoke for 46 minutes on December 2 (full transcript here, at the end of the post):

Newsmax has a summary of the points he made about the election and about the Department of Justice’s non-investigation into the spying that took place into his 2016 campaign.

An excerpt from Newsmax’s article follows (emphases mine):

Even what I am saying now will be demeaned and disparaged, but that’s OK. I just keep on going forward.”

Their mail-in voting scam is the latest part of their four-year effort to overturn the results of the 2016 election, and it’s been like living in Hell.”

Separate from his lengthy list of alleged fraudulent acts, Trump took a moment to rip special counsel John Durham for moving too slowly.

Trump lamented that findings from Durham’s investigation into potential FBI malfeasance in its probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 political cycle did not surface before the most recent election last month, effectively altering the course of the race.

“We caught them all,” Trump said from the White House Diplomatic Room. “We’re still waiting for a report from a man named Durham who I’ve never spoken to and never met. They can go after me before the election as much as they want, but unfortunately Mr. Durham didn’t want to go after these people . . . before the election, so who knows if he’ll ever even do a report.”

Attorney General William Barr has granted Durham special counsel authority in his investigation of the investigators.

“If you look at the lies and leaks and illegal acts done by so many people,” Trump insisted, “something should happen. The hardest thing I have to do is explain why nothing is happening to all of these people who got caught spying on my campaign.”

But it was the fraud claims dominating the president’s remarks, as he reemphasized his claim that the Nov. 3 election was “rigged.” This, though AG Barr announced he has unearthed no proof of widespread voter fraud that would alter the outcome of the vote. Major news outlets have declared Biden winner, a conclusion Trump’s legal team is challenging on the basis of those fraud claims.

(Though Newsmax has called several battleground states for Biden following official certification of their vote tallies, it has not yet called the overall election for either man, pending the outcome of the legal challenges.)

“This is not just about honoring the votes of 74 million Americans who voted for me,” Trump said. “It’s about ensuring that Americans can have faith in this election. And in all future elections.”

His overarching claim: “This election is about great voter fraud, fraud that has never been seen like this before.”

I knew from the beginning that Bill Barr, who served in the Bush administration, was bad news. I also had little faith in Durham.

Conclusion

Anything could happen in the days ahead.

Things could get rough:

Or this could all proceed calmly.

This is an excellent interview clip from the days of Citizen Trump:

It looks as if that fateful day has arrived for President Trump:

We should be careful what we wish for.

If this does not prove the existence of a Uniparty, what does?

What a pity.

Millions of us will continue to pray for President Trump, his family, his campaign lawyers and all who have filed affidavits and given testimony in hearings.

May the truth be acknowledged — soon.

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