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Meanwhile, back at the ranch there was a worldwide shutdown of YouTube tonight. Right when damning evidence was uploaded onto it. Patriots kept reposting the video while YouTube kept hammering it out of existence. But exactly like the phony ballots when the cheating could not keep up they shut it all down to do a full sweep. But yeah, the Eejits here keep saying there's no evidence of conspiracy.  The entire world lost YouTube, but that's just coincidincy. Keep eating your blue pill and enjoy your Matrix. Your side is resorting to drastic measures to keep a lid on this. Ever wonder why? @0R0 has spelled it all out. 

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1 hour ago, Ward Smith said:

Meanwhile, back at the ranch there was a worldwide shutdown of YouTube tonight. Right when damning evidence was uploaded onto it. Patriots kept reposting the video while YouTube kept hammering it out of existence. But exactly like the phony ballots when the cheating could not keep up they shut it all down to do a full sweep. But yeah, the Eejits here keep saying there's no evidence of conspiracy.  The entire world lost YouTube, but that's just coincidincy. Keep eating your blue pill and enjoy your Matrix. Your side is resorting to drastic measures to keep a lid on this. Ever wonder why? @0R0 has spelled it all out. 

It is back online now, upload away!

But of course it doesn't matter if you put it on youtube, what matters is if you get it to Team Trump or the DOJ. Youtube being down has no bearing on that, you muppets!

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NTD NEWS would like to clarify its position on the election

 

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22 minutes ago, Tom Nolan said:

NTD NEWS would like to clarify its position on the election

 

What I see is STD news talking about a full hand recount. I think you just found Fantasy Island's marketing campaign. :)

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5 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Today the message is changing a smidge, Trump the third world dictator attempting a coup. And of course former Obama admins coming out trying to give credit to this attempted coup...It will be a wild next 2 weeks. 

Trump the dictator is the narrative they will push now that it looks very likely states will flip because of election fraud. The DS is pushing hard so you see all their puppets out there pushing their narrative. Obama will be on 60 min Sunday. It's entirely coordinated but Obama couldn't draw any more people than Biden when he had to campaign for Pedo Joe. Everyone realizes now he's an empty suit conman.

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4 minutes ago, shadowkin said:

Trump the dictator is the narrative they will push now that it looks very likely states will flip because of election fraud. The DS is pushing hard so you see all their puppets out there pushing their narrative. Obama will be on 60 min Sunday. It's entirely coordinated but Obama couldn't draw any more people than Biden when he had to campaign for Pedo Joe. Everyone realizes now he's an empty suit conman.

Hi Q, it is going to be so much fun watching you lose.

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3 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

What I see is STD news talking about a full hand recount. I think you just found Fantasy Island's marketing campaign. :)

Lol, speaking of fantasy land

Meanwhile back at the ranch This is why the Chinese are VERY nervous right now and why they're so silent on their boy Biden, the original Manchurian candidate. 

Now notice the date Trump created it. There's a reason they're nervous and there's a reason a cyber security expert suddenly took Esper's job. 

Trump is playing 4D chess and you're playing checkers. The court stuff is just kabuki theater. 

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7 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

Lol, speaking of fantasy land

Meanwhile back at the ranch This is why the Chinese are VERY nervous right now and why they're so silent on their boy Biden, the original Manchurian candidate. 

Now notice the date Trump created it. There's a reason they're nervous and there's a reason a cyber security expert suddenly took Esper's job. 

Trump is playing 4D chess and you're playing checkers. The court stuff is just kabuki theater. 

BWAHAHA!!! The most that order allows Trump to do is freeze some accounts and block some travel. Why would anyone, let alone the Chinese be concerned? You should be careful about reading those right wing blogs. they will rot your brain, though in your case I think the damage is done. On January 21st, with a single signature, all four years of Trump's executive chess moves will be flushed down the toilet of history.

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13 hours ago, 0R0 said:

Yes, I think the Biden "demands" and lawsuits about transition are an indication that the Dems are scared of ending up in the glue factory.

 

I’m all for a recount if your claims are true. You pay if your wrong though. Put your money where your mouth is. Get-er-done.

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14 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

HaHa, I have explained many times that I rejected Chicago school econ after post doc analysis and finding it did not scale. That is why I am an exponential economist.  Funny though, you boys said I was stupid to have done so in those other threads. You guys don't know what it is you are thinking, your thoughts are loosey goosey shamblings all over the board and simply fit whatever self serving shiny narrative you have on any given day. You lack the ability to apply a principle consistently and equally, particularly to yourselves. Most days I don't know whether to laugh or cry witnessing the demonstrations on this forum of such blatant abject lack of knowledge and critical thinking about history, law, and economics. No offense Wombat but you suffer from delusions of grandeur hiding in anonymity. You are absolutely the core of the age of irrationalism that Dawkins was warning about. You are in such denial that you don't even believe it when Dawkins clearly says that Trump is irrational, dishonest and incompetent, stop making excuses:

 

Jellus Jay, I AM history, law, and economics. Eat my dust. Wish I did just suffer from delusions of grandeur, as opposed to having to use that as my excuse for anonymity. Don't blow my cover, for it is u that will suffer :)

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14 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

HaHa, I have explained many times that I rejected Chicago school econ after post doc analysis and finding it did not scale. That is why I am an exponential economist.  Funny though, you boys said I was stupid to have done so in those other threads. You guys don't know what it is you are thinking, your thoughts are loosey goosey shamblings all over the board and simply fit whatever self serving shiny narrative you have on any given day. You lack the ability to apply a principle consistently and equally, particularly to yourselves. Most days I don't know whether to laugh or cry witnessing the demonstrations on this forum of such blatant abject lack of knowledge and critical thinking about history, law, and economics. No offense Wombat but you suffer from delusions of grandeur hiding in anonymity. You are absolutely the core of the age of irrationalism that Dawkins was warning about. You are in such denial that you don't even believe it when Dawkins clearly says that Trump is irrational, dishonest and incompetent, stop making excuses:

 

PS: There is no such thing as an exponential economist, but there are economists with exponential ego's and I will grant u that.

 

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3 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

Lol, speaking of fantasy land

Meanwhile back at the ranch This is why the Chinese are VERY nervous right now and why they're so silent on their boy Biden, the original Manchurian candidate. 

Now notice the date Trump created it. There's a reason they're nervous and there's a reason a cyber security expert suddenly took Esper's job. 

Trump is playing 4D chess and you're playing checkers. The court stuff is just kabuki theater. 

Easy on the facts there, @Ward Smith.  For people with TDS, facts such as these can send them into fits of hysteria, or worse.  :)  We wouldn't want that to happen, now would we?

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2 hours ago, Boat said:

I’m all for a recount if your claims are true. You pay if your wrong though. Put your money where your mouth is. Get-er-done.

There you go again.  Nobody "pays if you get it wrong".  Everybody wins if all possible doubts are removed from the equation.  This is not a bet; it is real life and real people who prefer facts over hyperbole.  I've never known a boss, a customer, or even a family member that didn't prefer facts over hyperbole.

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The video is dated today, Nov. 12th. FWIW.

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This if fun:

 

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Well, at least you have a good reason not to invite that weird uncle that always shows up from, "where does he live, Dad?"

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15 hours ago, Dan Warnick said:

Earth to Boat.  Can you hear me?  Earth to Boat.

Down here on Earth the pre-covid economy was the best its ever been.  Enter Covid, and pick your follow on effects, but the Right largely wanted/wants to re-open the economy given the data that has been collected and analysed to date.  The Left, on the other hand insists that we should ignore the data, continue draconian measures of lockdowns, and essentially provide social payments valued in the Trillions to keep the people alive since they can't return to work or travel.  Oh, and hey, as part of the Trillions they are asking all of us to provide, they want every citizen in the country to bail out their socialist utopia sanctuary cities that have failed.  But that's not enough for them either.  They want us to fund illegal aliens, their healthcare, housing, etc. and also pay for all their other socialist type programs and the individual State's debts.  Did I mention they also want us to pay for housing and other support programs for those poor bastards whose lives have been destroyed due to their policies and have been reduced to street dwelling drug addicts without a home.  Hmm, who's manipulating the country?

The economy has crashed, not because of Republicans, but because of the Left's reasons listed above and so much more.  Enjoy your strobe light, but be advised, it appears to be blinding you to reality.  Call it your projection syndrome.

So Trump is prez, Republicans control the Senate, more states have Republican governors and state legislators. You need to reimagine your accountable standards. You red guys just can’t count. 😂 

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4 hours ago, Wombat said:

PS: There is no such thing as an exponential economist, but there are economists with exponential ego's and I will grant u that.

 

I guess I shouldn't be surprised that you are unaware of it. That would require advanced knowledge of economics. It is well known in Silicon Valley. I'm not crazy about how Amin likes to call it Exonomics.

Exonomics (Exponential Economics)

Exponential technologies have profound effects on how economies function. Exponential Economics – or Exonomics – is the study of this emerging new world and its implications for individuals, businesses and governments. The talk covers unifying themes among disruptive trends in business strategy, financial markets, cryptocurrencies, economic policy, and risk management.
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3 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

I guess I shouldn't be surprised that you are unaware of it. That would require advanced knowledge of economics. I'm not crazy about how Amin likes to call it Exonomics.

Exonomics (Exponential Economics)

Exponential technologies have profound effects on how economies function. Exponential Economics – or Exonomics – is the study of this emerging new world and its implications for individuals, businesses and governments. The talk covers unifying themes among disruptive trends in business strategy, financial markets, cryptocurrencies, economic policy, and risk management.

I see exponential debt, inflation, inequality and misery. That's about it. I would hardly call a Quadrillion dollars worth of derivatives "risk management". Disruptive trends are exactly that. Disruptive. Not productive dopey. We have a global Ponzi Scheme. Just wait until it pops. Interest rates have been trending lower since the end of the gold standard, but idiot economists such as yourself think the cost of living has barely budged these last few decades while those with families have never had things so bad. Call me a Luddite if you will, but I preferred the good old days when everything from housing to education to health was available to all. Not saying there haven't been any improvements, but as I say, when I hear the words "exponential economics", I think exponential housing costs, education costs, health costs, inequality, financial crimes etc etc. There may be exponential benefits to some, at the expense of the majority, that's about it.

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1 hour ago, Wombat said:

I see exponential debt, inflation, inequality and misery. That's about it. I would hardly call a Quadrillion dollars worth of derivatives "risk management". Disruptive trends are exactly that. Disruptive. Not productive dopey. We have a global Ponzi Scheme. Just wait until it pops. Interest rates have been trending lower since the end of the gold standard, but idiot economists such as yourself think the cost of living has barely budged these last few decades while those with families have never had things so bad. Call me a Luddite if you will, but I preferred the good old days when everything from housing to education to health was available to all. Not saying there haven't been any improvements, but as I say, when I hear the words "exponential economics", I think exponential housing costs, education costs, health costs, inequality, financial crimes etc etc. There may be exponential benefits to some, at the expense of the majority, that's about it.

Well then I encourage you to delve into the world of exponential economics. The end goal is changing the world economic order from one of scarcity to one of abundance for everyone. A cornerstone of exponential economics is setting extremely high goals and rethinking from first principles how to achieve them. That is how Musk builds his businesses, he is the world's foremost exponential entrepreneur.

Housing is the toughest nut to crack but we are working on it. As to other aspects of life, real costs have gone down through technology and those costs continue to fall. Disruption only occurs through lower cost and higher productivity. The inequality is caused on the other side of the ledger due to slow income and institutional adjustments to the new cost structures. It is a serious problem that will be solved as we proceed along the curve. Capitalism as we know it is not a permanent condition of technological advancement and does not survive in a post scarcity world. Popping the bubble will be the ultimate disruption and will be necessary to give birth to the next economic era.

Singularity talks are a good place to start;

I also recommend xconomy

Xconomy is the authoritative voice on biotech’s exponential economy – the realm of business and innovation characterized by accelerating and forward-looking growth, and the catalyst of health and wellness advancements. https://xconomy.com/about/

 

 

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I'll call out this talk as speaking directly to the issues of inequality and cost of living Exponential Equity

 

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And since this is an energy forum Exponential Energy

So there you go, a quick primer on a field of economics that you claimed didn't exist.

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49 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Capitalism as we know it is not a permanent condition of technological advancement and does not survive in a post scarcity world. Popping the bubble will be the ultimate disruption and will be necessary to give birth to the next economic era.

Sure sounds like socialism. Suggestion: Read "A Gentleman in Moscow." It isn't exponential but it is enlightening. 😊

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Attorney Sidney Powell Drops Massive Bomb: “We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots That Miraculously Only Have a Vote For Joe Biden”

Powell claims that she has “identified over 450,000 ballots that miraculously only have a vote for Joe Biden on them and no other candidate.”

Attorney Sidney Powell said on Fox News. “To manufacture votes for Joe Biden. They’ve done it in every way imaginable, from having dead people vote in record numbers, to absolutely fraudulently creating ballots that exist only for voting for Biden. We’ve identified over 450,000 ballots that miraculously only have a vote for Joe Biden on them and no other candidate. If you look at Florida where things were done right you can see that that is how the rest of the country should have gone. But they also used an algorithm to calculate the number of votes they would need to flip. And they used computers to flip those votes from Trump to Biden and from other Republican candidates to their competitors also.”

This isn’t the only recent bomb that Powell has dropped. During a bombshell interview with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, Powell called for an investigation into electronic ballot systems which may have changed “3 percent of the vote.”

“I think they need to investigate the likelihood that 3 percent of the vote changed [due to] preelection ballots collected digitally by using the Hammer and Scorecard programs,” she said during the interview.

“I think Hammer and Scorecard were used by Democratic operatives who had access through government access points,” she added. “They used them to illegally change votes. It’s been used against other countries. It’s just been changed recently [to be used] against our own citizens.”

 

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McEnany Unveils 234 Pages Of Affidavits Alleging Election Irregularities In Michigan

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/mcenany-unveils-234-pages-affidavits-alleging-election-irregularities-michigan

Update: Read the affidavits and other evidence below:

Exhibit 1

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Authored by Mimi Nguyen Ly via The Epoch Times,

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany late Tuesday announced 234 pages of what she said were sworn affidavits alleging election irregularities in a county in Michigan.

McEnany appeared alongside Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel on Fox News’ “Hannity,” where she shared several allegations listed in the affidavits—statements made under penalty of perjury - from Wayne County.

“They’re alleging - this is one county, Wayne County, Michigan - they are saying that there was a batch of ballots where 60 percent had the same signature,” she told host Sean Hannity.

“They’re saying that 35 ballots had no voter record but they were counted anyway, that 50 ballots were run multiple times through a tabulation machine.”

McEnany also shared details of another affidavit where a woman alleged that “her son was deceased but nevertheless somehow voted.”

“These are one of many many allegations in one county, and a county no less, where poll watchers were in many cases threatened with racial harassment, they were pushed out of the way, and Democrat challengers were handing out documents, how to distract GOP challengers,” she continued.

“These are real, and anyone who cares about transparency and the integrity of the system should want this to pursue to the discovery phase.”

On Monday, President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign filed a suit in Wayne County Circuit Court alleging voter fraud in ballot-counting procedures. The suit alleges county election officials allowed various fraudulent processing of votes, including telling poll workers to backdate ballots and not verify signatures on absentee ballots. Several witnesses have filed sworn affidavits attesting to alleged election fraud. The plaintiffs, two poll challengers, are seeking a temporary restraining order on ballot counting. The case is pending.

Late Tuesday, the Trump campaign announced the filing of a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in the Western District of Michigan that alleges pervasive election irregularities and violations in Wayne County and seeks a review of the Dominion Voting software which caused glitches in several states.

A number of media outlets declared Democratic nominee Joe Biden president-elect on Nov. 7 after they projected victories for him in Pennsylvania and Nevada, putting him over the 270 electoral vote threshold, although the vote counts have not been completed in those states. Vote counts also continue in Georgia and Arizona. Georgia and Wisconsin will have recounts of the votes, where results initially yielded a Biden lead.

Trump has alleged voter fraud and said any declarations of victory are premature, with his campaign having launched multiple legal challenges in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, and Michigan. The president said on Tuesday that his campaign is making progress and said that he will ultimately be declared the winner of the 2020 election.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel speaks during a press conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington on Nov. 9, 2020. (Samuel Corum/Getty Images)

McDaniel told Hannity that the Trump campaign has received 11,000 incident reports and has compiled at least 500 affidavits from witnesses across various states.

“It is a long process and people need to be patient. The media keeps saying ‘where’s the evidence, where’s the evidence,’ because they’re not giving us time to show it,” she said.

“But even the evidence we’re putting forward they’re deciding ‘oh we’re not going to report it’ or ‘we’re going to break away from press conferences’ and we don’t want to hear from these 500 people who have signed affidavits talking about what they saw with this election.”

McDaniel’s comments come after Fox News late Monday swiftly cut away from airing a briefing by the Trump campaign, after McEnany appeared to allege that the Democrat Party had been involved in election fraud. The outlet claimed that McEnany did not have details to back up her allegations.

The Epoch Times isn’t calling the race until the legal battles are resolved, all results are certified, and the Electoral College votes are cast.

(TWITTER VIDEO in Article.)

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