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Computer programmer finds the voter fraud coding?

Conspiracy theory? Or is there statistical proof of voter fraud in the coding of the election software?

No matter what side of the politics divide one sits, independently qualifying the software should be a given. If Biden wins after any anomalous discoveries, so be it.

Truth be told, Democrats should relish the chance to absolutely guarantee beyond all reasonable doubt that Biden won the election fairly and squarely. They should push for transparency which shuts up the Republicans for good. Endorsing an investigation makes them look the clean shirt.

Claiming it was fair is one thing. Proving it, another. This is why the election is still far from over.

We find it dubious that Dominion systems stored data in Germany to be processed in Spain. How is it the world’s largest economy doesn’t have the capacity to store and process data at home?

A computer programmer looks through the code and claims to have found the time the software program seems to have kicked in (contained in the link above)

Food for thought, at the very least.

Kamala Harris loses identity politics prize to Republicans

How the mainstream media swooned that Senator Kamala Harris was the first VP of colour. While identity is an irrelevant metric versus capability in our view, the narrative further goes to debunk systemic racism.

We note that the first BIPOC vice president was Charles Curtis, a member of the Caw Nation. He was Herbert Hoover’s vice president from 1929 to 1933. Curtis was born to a white father and a one-quarter Kaw Indian mother.

During the early part of his life, Curtis was raised in North Topeka, Kansas. He split his time living between the white and Native American communities. Link here on the U.S. Senate website.

The selective “unity” message

Benny Johnson tabulates in this video why the idea of “unity” espoused by former VP Joe Biden is laughable given the last 4 years of deeds by the left.

Are these the results of a candidate so widely hated?

We thought we’d take a look at the % change in actual raw vote numbers for Trump in 2020 vs 2016. With the exception of three states, Trump increased his vote tally in the remainder. Who knew that 52.6% more Hawaiians backed the Republican? Surely if Trump was as divisive as made out, the more Democrat leaning states should have punished him at the polls with negative growth in total votes. Even in the swing states, Trump was powering ahead of the 2016 result. While Trump may still end up losing the election (as called by the electoral college, not the TV networks), we don’t believe that these numbers reflect a candidate that was anywhere near as widely hated as the media narrative painted it for over 4 years. Quite the contrary at the coal face. How ironic that the Republicans are now the party of the forgotten working class and the Democrats the party of elites, academics and the wealthy.

Being less worse isn’t an election strategy

On the day of Trump’s 2016 election win, we said that the best thing he will do for America is show people their vote matters. Alas the turnout for this election is on course to shatter records of the past century.

We have to say there is a growing trend of politics where opposition parties campaign on the basis of being “less worse” than the incumbent.

Take Canada. PM Justin Trudeau was mired in ethics scandals and virtue signaling throughout his first term. The Conservatives should have nailed him in the most recent election but alas they campaigned on why Trudeau was bad rather than focusing on why they were by far the superior alternative. Alas, Trudeau won a second term, albeit losing seats.

Take Queensland. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has incompetence stamped all over her last term. Weak leadership, flippy-floppy positions on coal, scandal-clad debacles surrounding COVID and her team, double standards regarding movie stars being allowed to quarantine but children from non infected areas being unable to attend the funeral of their father. Still, she won. Why? The LNP coalition didn’t offer any palpable credible alternative as to why they were so much better. It wasn’t a hard task, yet they fluffed it.

So to Trump.

Few politicians have ever polarized like the 45th president. Yet what does Joe Biden offer? Negatives! Every word that parses his lips is rearward looking. We have to learn to die with COVID! WTF? Where are the messages of hope and solid strategy from a 5-decade politician and twice failed presidential nominee? He typifies the politician America rejected in 2016.

In a time of COVID, people want reassurance their livelihoods are going to get back on track without the risk of another lockdown. They don’t want to hear their industry will be regulated out of existence. They don’t want to hear energy costs will rise. Businesses don’t want to try to recover with the idea a minimum wage hike limiting options.

Over 50% of America is employed by small-medium sized enterprise. These are the businesses hurting. Economy matters and Trump was delivering before COVID19.

Alss, we think the biggest issue on the table is the test of American patriotism. Many Americans are sick of being labeled for things they haven’t done or thought. They’re sick of seeing statues torn down, tired of innocent people getting harassed by activists in restaurants, shops or home. They’re tired of the cops being vilified. They’re sick of woke celebrities and sport stars stuffing political messages in their faces knowing that a Biden victory won’t affect their rent-a-cop gated mansion lifestyles one iota. It is so easy to show empty gestures. They bear no price.

Trump was a by-product of decades of failed administrations. They gave birth to him. The voting public knew he was never going to be a polished gem. Yet he was sent to blow up a system. Anyone who thought a NY property mogul would be a clean shirt were kidding themselves.

So when voters make their choice, they can look at 4 years of an opposition party who hasn’t accepted the last result with a negative platform! Hey, we’re less worse than Trump rather than we’re the best alternative and here is why! Come to think of it, can anyone name any positive policies from Biden?

Higher taxes, hiked minimum wages, shuttered oil industries, green power and a polished version of the failed Obamacare.

Just the things a suffering voter wants to hear while under the jackboot of financial hardship thanks to despotic governors and mayors.

Trump for the win.

Profane but profound

Jonathan Pie on the money again.

Joe Biden reaches out for the black vote in ad campaign

#YouAintBlack Joe Biden pushes hard for the black vote.

For a man that actively pushed for the 1994 Crime Bill to stop super predators. One who thinks Hispanics are far more diverse than the black community and the guy that believes that poor kids are just as smart as white kids.

The insincerity is there for all to see. Trump was on the money in the last debate – Biden is a typical politician – all talk no action.