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16 minutes ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Quite a bit of drama seems to be generating over this misplaced,deleted,overlooked data file. This dominion software must have some peculiar subdirectory processing.. a mind of its own? Interesting to see this file being found by the Maricopa county board...they did not have administration password permissions to access the subsystems. Yet they knew its location.

As to the systems being networked you brought that to light, and now it seems there is a centralized server..which would be a high indication of a network,unless of course some individual just liked the ideal of a centralized server just sitting there.

Hacking a Domionion system, if memory serves me correctly I do believe 1000's of both high level govt and private systems have been recently just hacked into. But who needs to hack into a system when one already has the passwords/authentication protocols.

What lies in AZ...will we ever know?

The hackability of the Dominion (and ESS HART) was eminently demonstrated by high schoolers and professionals who got in and played with the database files within 10 min and "5 min and a screwdriver" respectively. 

Dominion has a unique way of using SQL data files in its EMS. The totals are generated by a synthetic database while the specific precinct counts are extracted out of the original database. The synthetic database is easily manipulated as any MSFT database is. This was copied off the data structure of the Diebold machines. Any rules can be applied to manipulate the data from the original feed database to the reported one. Any calculation, you can report an exponential of the vote fractions as your counts. The Dominion systems and all of its cousins are made to be manipulated and produce results to order. Only one setting of the infinite range available can produce a true result, but there is no simple counting routine available on a per vote basis. All data is tabulated as fractions and a total number of ballots. Only the total ballots is additive, but the data streams reported out show subtractions from the ballot totals as well as in rearrangement of the vote fractions. What is actually difficullt to do with the voting equipment and software is to produce a secure simple counting of votes. 

But this is only a fraction of the fraud. Traditional ballot stuffing is utilized throughout Dem districts on the same or larger scale than the machine manipulation. And then the registries contain deliberately fake voter name and address generators applied by an external software reputedly brought in from China. But that is the small part of the voter registry fraud .The main part is an inventory of moved out and dead people who's data is shifted to adjacent precincts instead of being deleted. Marked by people who appear to have moved to another precinct after their death, or move out of state. These fake regitrations are voted for by the election officials as necessary and they are them marke das having voted. 

HR1 provides a list of fraud mechanisms the Dems apply universally in precincts whose counters they control. As per their ideological uncle Joe Stalin what matters is who counts the votes, It amounts to a clear admission of universal guilt in election fraud on the Dem side. I propose that Dems had not won the house since the Gingrich era and only Obama's 1st term was real. The red legislatures with blue governors and state wide offices are all results of fraud till proven otherwise. The CA vote has turned red long ago and has been smothered by fake ballots and voters well before digital machines made the cheat that much easier. 

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49 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

The hackability of the Dominion (and ESS HART) was eminently demonstrated by high schoolers and professionals who got in and played with the database files within 10 min and "5 min and a screwdriver" respectively. 

Dominion has a unique way of using SQL data files in its EMS. The totals are generated by a synthetic database while the specific precinct counts are extracted out of the original database. The synthetic database is easily manipulated as any MSFT database is. This was copied off the data structure of the Diebold machines. Any rules can be applied to manipulate the data from the original feed database to the reported one. Any calculation, you can report an exponential of the vote fractions as your counts. The Dominion systems and all of its cousins are made to be manipulated and produce results to order. Only one setting of the infinite range available can produce a true result, but there is no simple counting routine available on a per vote basis. All data is tabulated as fractions and a total number of ballots. Only the total ballots is additive, but the data streams reported out show subtractions from the ballot totals as well as in rearrangement of the vote fractions. What is actually difficullt to do with the voting equipment and software is to produce a secure simple counting of votes. 

But this is only a fraction of the fraud. Traditional ballot stuffing is utilized throughout Dem districts on the same or larger scale than the machine manipulation. And then the registries contain deliberately fake voter name and address generators applied by an external software reputedly brought in from China. But that is the small part of the voter registry fraud .The main part is an inventory of moved out and dead people who's data is shifted to adjacent precincts instead of being deleted. Marked by people who appear to have moved to another precinct after their death, or move out of state. These fake regitrations are voted for by the election officials as necessary and they are them marke das having voted. 

HR1 provides a list of fraud mechanisms the Dems apply universally in precincts whose counters they control. As per their ideological uncle Joe Stalin what matters is who counts the votes, It amounts to a clear admission of universal guilt in election fraud on the Dem side. I propose that Dems had not won the house since the Gingrich era and only Obama's 1st term was real. The red legislatures with blue governors and state wide offices are all results of fraud till proven otherwise. The CA vote has turned red long ago and has been smothered by fake ballots and voters well before digital machines made the cheat that much easier. 

Proving fraud will involve two occurrences, validating voter registration and getting access to dominions subsystems. Almost impossible tasks. 

Voter validation is being blocked by constitutional means, privacy comes to mind.

Software investigation is being blocked by IP laws, that would take yrs to litigate,the FBI recently had a real experience with Apple attempting to unlock a phone of a known killer.Apple won they would not unlock the phone

At the same time a lot is taking place in AZ, so much turmoil is taking place something is being uncovered making local election officials extremely uncomfortable.

Ahh and this mysterious router, the one that gives up SS numbers or unmask govt investigations. How could that even come up in a conversation....LMAO

What lies in AZ?

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On 5/20/2021 at 8:38 PM, 0R0 said:

As noted here before, all Dominion equipment will attempt to log into the Dominion network, which is global with well over a dozen Dominion and related contractors' offices on it. Indeed, their manuals should have prevented all of the digital election machines from being certified, which is why the certification was handled by close associates of Dominion, and the Federal officials at HAV were related to Dominion, some having been former employees, and several high ranking democrats have family members with a direct or indirect ownership stake or employment relationship with Dominion. 

Don't forget the "auditors" blessed by Dominion, ESS et al who are all former employees and associates. They refuse to provide information to Cyfir and Cyber Ninjas because they're independent. It's a joke, perfectly fitting for the Clown World we're in now

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On 5/21/2021 at 2:56 PM, 0R0 said:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/update-georgia-judge-orders-145000-absentee-ballots-fulton-county-scanned-determine-legitimacy-case-revolves-around-disturbing-tgp-findings/

 

Georgia joins the audit bandwagon. 

The delusion on the Dem's part that the audits are necessary for the Q team to overturn the 2020 election is misguided. The military is required to remove usurper governments. The audits are simply a means to get the people onside with presentation of evidence. Q team pretty much puts the "usurper" label on the entire Federal USA corporation and may not preserve any of the alphabet agencies that make it up. I don't know their intentions on this count and discussion is thin among the spooks on the rumor mill, just not their area. Perhaps these decisions will happen on the reconstituted civilian government's time. 

 

I understand that the "Q" tribunal orders pizza at their zoom meetings.

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10 hours ago, turbguy said:

I understand that the "Q" tribunal orders pizza at their zoom meetings.

You illustrate a fundamental difference between the far left vs the far right. One being the right enjoys pizza,the other the left engages in self abuse. It makes one wonder how Freudian scholars would interpret such symbolism...Even Zoom seems to have ramifications...Such Is Life.

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1 hour ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

You illustrate a fundamental difference between the far left vs the far right. One being the right enjoys pizza,the other the left engages in self abuse. It makes one wonder how Freudian scholars would interpret such symbolism...Even Zoom seems to have ramifications...Such Is Life.

The real reason @turbguy whines about memes

 

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Keep using memes, keep losing. We will use words and enjoy victory.

 

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17 hours ago, turbguy said:

I understand that the "Q" tribunal orders pizza at their zoom meetings.

Follows routine JAG proceedings. 3 judge panel. IIRC Sidney Powell is reservist JAG. 

Allows NSA surveillance data and recordings not allowed into civil court due to breach of 4th amendment without FISA or normal warrant. 240k sealed indictments, 50k since the election, about 6X the normal pace  In the case of the Federal legal system not functioning, the Military would take over. 

 

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8 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

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The lawsuits against Team Trump are stacking up

Trump impeachment witness Gordon Sondland sues Mike Pompeo, U.S. for $1.8 million

Published Mon, May 24 20219:46 AM EDTUpdated 2 Hours Ago
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  • Gordon Sondland sued former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the U.S. for $1.8 million in reimbursement for legal fees incurred during Trump’s first impeachment probe.
  • The lawsuit alleges Pompeo “made a legally binding promise, both individually and on behalf of the Government,” to pay Sondland’s attorneys’ fees after the ambassador was subpoenaed to testify before Congress.
  • Sondland in 2019 had testified before Congress that then-President Donald Trump sought a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine.

Gordon Sondland, who as a U.S. ambassador in 2019 accused then-President Donald Trump of seeking a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine, on Monday sued former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the U.S. for $1.8 million in reimbursement for legal fees incurred during Trump’s first impeachment probe.

The lawsuit alleges Pompeo “made a legally binding promise, both individually and on behalf of the Government,” to pay Sondland’s attorneys’ fees after the then-ambassador to the European Union was subpoenaed to testify before Congress.

 

But Pompeo allegedly “reneged on his promise” after learning what Sondland would say to the congressional investigators: that Trump and his aides, including Rudy Giuliani, pressured Ukraine to announce investigations that would involve then-potential Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

“The lawsuit is ludicrous,” a spokesperson for Pompeo told NBC News later Monday morning. “Mr. Pompeo is confident the court will see it the same way.”

The Department of Justice declined NBC’s request for comment

The bombshell testimony from Sondland, who was a hotelier before being tapped for the ambassador role by the Trump administration, became the centerpiece of the former president’s first impeachment in the House.

Trump was acquitted in the Senate on the charges he abused his power by leaning on Ukraine to announce the politically charged investigations in exchange for military aid.

 

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, says that Sondland was denied government services to help him with the “staggering” amount of preparation required to comply with the subpoenas in the impeachment probe.

Sondland was forced to retain private counsel just days before his first closed-door deposition on Capitol Hill “to reconstruct all the materials needed and to prepare for this daunting task,” the legal complaint says. He used those private services “in reliance on Pompeo’s promise of reimbursement,” the lawsuit says.

Sondland testified under oath before several House committees for 17 hours, the final seven of which were broadcast live. His testimony, which addressed the “quid pro quo” that Trump had vociferously denied, was “highly fraught, highly charged, and highly risky with tremendous consequences,” the lawsuit says.

“For all his troubles, Ambassador Sondland learned that testifying truthfully and candidly before Congress as cameras roll was in fact a fireable offense in Pompeo’s Department of State,” the complaint alleges.

Sondland was recalled from his position on Feb. 7, 2020, days after the GOP-led Senate voted for acquittal.

The legal complaint accuses Pompeo of abandoning his contractual commitment to Sondland “apparently for political convenience.”

The complaint also argues that if Pompeo should now claim he did not have authority at the time to order the reimbursement of Sondland’s legal fees, then “Pompeo was at all times acting for his own self-serving personal or political reasons, to further his interests to protect himself and others.”

In that case, Sondland “seeks to hold Pompeo personally liable for misrepresenting his authority,” the lawsuit says.

If Pompeo had no authority to make such a promise to Sondland, then he “intentionally committed fraud,” the complaint argues.

‘After that, everything changed’

The complaint alleges that Sondland scheduled a call with Pompeo in October 2019, after being told the Justice Department and the State Department would not represent him in his testimony. On that call, Pompeo and the Trump administration allegedly promised the ambassador that the State Department would reimburse him for all his attorneys’ fees and costs of private counsel related to the impeachment proceedings.

Sondland’s lawyers “heard Pompeo’s promise, as they were listening to the call between Pompeo and Ambassador Sondland on a speaker phone,” the lawsuit says.

The State Department had instructed Sondland not to appear before House committees on Oct. 8, 2019, and Sondland initially complied with that instruction, canceling his appearance. The move “ratcheted up both the formality and adversarial tenor of further proceedings,” which affected Sondland’s legal fees, the lawsuit alleges. The House then subpoenaed Sondland to testify, and the ambassador acceded.

Just over a week later on Oct. 16, Pompeo on a conference call with Sondland once again “promised without any qualification” that the ambassador’s legal fees would be reimbursed in full, the complaint alleges.

The lawsuit notes that Sondland had been praised by Trump and Pompeo and had a strong rapport with his colleagues before his involvement in the impeachment proceedings.

“In fact, when Ambassador Sondland first learned he had been subpoenaed to testify, he was at The White House,” the complaint alleges.

“During a conversation with President Trump, Ambassador Sondland advised him about his forthcoming testimony. The President responded, ‘go ahead and tell the truth,’” it says.

On the day he was fired, Sondland’s lawsuit alleges he was told by the Trump administration that it “appreciated his testimony” but nevertheless “wanted to purge everyone remotely connected to the Impeachment trial.”

Sondland refused to resign, and “after that, everything changed,” the complaint says. “Since then, the Government has bobbed and weaved in the face of every attempt by Ambassador Sondland and Private Counsel to satisfy the Indemnity Undertaking.”

The lawsuit was first reported by The Washington Post.

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2 hours ago, notsonice said:

U.S. for $1.8 million in reimbursement for legal fees incurred during Trump’s first impeachment probe.

Who the hell needs to hire overpriced lawyers just to testify? Guilty people!

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What if the Unorthodox Arizona Audit Declares Trump Won?

That outcome is looking more and more likely.

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/05/arizona-audit-recount-claiming-trump-won.html

Turbguy I was wrong, this recount will not end the controversy but thrust it into the pulbic domain, it will be settled someday with a very high degree of accuracy...that count will be definitive....But not before this current democratic regime is removed from office.

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2 hours ago, notsonice said:

Gordon Sondland, who as a U.S. ambassador in 2019 accused then-President Donald Trump of seeking a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine, on Monday sued former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the U.S. for $1.8 million in reimbursement for legal fees incurred during Trump’s first impeachment probe.

 

The point is that it was a lie. Hence he could not seek the compensation he thought he was promised. It is clear from the fact that Trump approved the aid to Ukraine despite them not responding to his request to investigate Burisma further. 

The actual quid pro quo was confessed to on TV by Biden who did withhold aid on condition of the investigation halted and its prosecutor fired. After Ukraine fired the prosecutor and stopped Hunter Biden's investigation Biden released the aid. 

This is a clear case of projection. Sondland lied on Biden's and HRC's request. 

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17 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

Who the hell needs to hire overpriced lawyers just to testify? Guilty people!

Lying people giving perjury. 

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3 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

Dominoes starting to fall. 

Bigger pics/captures or a URL source??

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I am under the impression that Trump got a go ahead that the resolution of the dual crises of the end of the USA corp. and the fake election of Biden and other Dems to house Senate, statewide offices etc.. will be a new election nationwide. 

Hence the start of his campaigning with rallies being scheduled to start shortly. 

I don't believe the Mil will wait for the entire series of audits to produce court outcomes. 

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12 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

I am under the impression that Trump got a go ahead that the resolution of the dual crises of the end of the USA corp. and the fake election of Biden and other Dems to house Senate, statewide offices etc.. will be a new election nationwide. 

Hence the start of his campaigning with rallies being scheduled to start shortly. 

I don't believe the Mil will wait for the entire series of audits to produce court outcomes. 

Given the depths to which the other side has sunk, I'd be concerned about his airplane's new engines.

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1 hour ago, 0R0 said:

Bigger pics/captures or a URL source??

Behind paywall epoch times

Non paywall, not as complete as other article

Only 28% of Republican votes counted by machine used ejection night. The rest? Dominion doesn't stand a chance in hell in court. 

Let's not forget Pennsylvania, where it's even worse right now. 

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Anyone else notice @turbguy, @notsonice, @Jeffrey Brown , @Boatet al, can't or won't respond to one simple fact about Xiden? I've been saying he's a puppet, I've been showing he's a puppet, but they've been focused on Trump Trump Trump. Is it because they know their guy is an empty suit? Posted this days ago, crickets from the usual idiots. 

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Greatest. Candidate. In. History. 

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23 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

Given the depths to which the other side has sunk, I'd be concerned about his airplane's new engines.

I am sure it will have its set of shakedown flights before it goes into actual use. Free ride for Pelosi and McConnel for maiden flight. 

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On 5/20/2021 at 11:22 PM, Ward Smith said:

You need to change your catch phrase to, Who lies in AZ? Quite a few politicians at the local level as it turns out, including their sheriff who beat the sitting sheriff after receiving over $2 million from Soros. How's that for connecting dots?

Who gave Arpaio, his opponent, this much money? Hint: it certainly wasn't people from Arizona.

https://ktar.com/story/2923563/penzone-on-arpaios-fundraising-lead-money-cant-undo-the-past/

You can blame Arpaio for helping turn Arizona blue, at the cost of the image of law enforcement and the image of the Republican party via his racist policies:

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/06/us/biden-maricopa-county.html

 

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Various factors have contributed to the political reconfiguration, originating with the backlash — including from powerful Republicans in the Phoenix business establishment — against Arizona’s immigration crackdown in 2010. The changes began to take shape clearly by 2016, when Mr. Arpaio was defeated and Hillary Clinton lost the county by just three percentage points.

Accounting for about 60 percent of Arizona’s population with nearly 4.5 million people, Maricopa County ranks among the fastest-growing counties in the United States. The influx of more voters from other states, many of them relatively moderate or liberal, has produced some of this growth.

But the county has also provided one of the most important venues for the ascendancy of Latino voters and elected officials in recent years, following the rapid growth of its Latino population since the start of the century, from about 365,000 in 2000 to more than 1.3 million in 2020.

While Latinos in Florida got much of the nation’s attention this week for trying to help Mr. Trump win that state, efforts to boost voting for Democrats by Arizona’s Latinos got relatively little notice — and negligible help from the national Democratic Party, Mr. Garcia said.

The shift from the old days seems jarring even to some of the Democrats involved in making it happen.

Adrian Fontes, a former trial lawyer and Marine, became the first Latino elected to countywide office in Maricopa County in 2016.

“I never thought I would get elected, period,” said Mr. Fontes, who now oversees elections as the county recorder after defeating a Republican incumbent who had held the seat since 1988. “I did not anticipate because of my lack of political savvy that Maricopa County would be the most important county in the most important presidential race in recent history,” he said in a recent interview.

As votes in the county are counted this week, pro-Trump protesters, some of them armed with military-style rifles, have unsuccessfully demanded to be allowed in the building where the tabulation is taking place. The crowds have at times been chanting for Mr. Fontes to be recalled.

Since he is also running for re-election, Mr. Fontes is staying away from both the tabulation center and his own recorder’s complex to avoid the appearance of any impropriety during the vote count. He is leading his Republican opponent in the race.

“It’s the deliciousness of irony that not one of these people voted for me and we all want the exact same thing from this election: We want every valid vote counted,” he said of the protests.

Many Democrats trace the changes that made them competitive in Maricopa County to the spate of anti-immigrant laws a decade ago that helped galvanize Latino youth in Arizona. A decade later, they have given rise to a generation of activists and elected officials.

Raquel Terán, a Democratic state legislator who represents a district that encompasses parts of Phoenix and Glendale, began her political career as a field organizer fighting against anti-immigrant legislation and for workers’ rights.

Another activist, Anabel Maldonado, was in high school when Arizona enacted legislation in 2010 that empowered the police to stop and question anyone they suspected of being in the country illegally, targeting undocumented immigrants in a state that had become a laboratory for such measures.

Mr. Arpaio, the former sheriff, enforced the law, known as SB1070, by deploying his deputies across Maricopa County to conduct arrests and workplace raids.

“Just being Latino in the state gave us a lot of anxiety,” said Ms. Maldonado, 29. “You’d say goodbye to your parents in the morning and not know if they would be caught up in a raid.”

Instead of leaving the state, she said, many young Latinos were energized. “It turned into a moment for folks to stand up, fight back and move past the fear to do something about it,” she said.

A decade later, Ms. Maldonado, the daughter of a janitor and a teacher’s aide who immigrated to Phoenix from Mexico, is among the many children of immigrants who have built a grass-roots movement that has educated and mobilized hundreds of thousands of Latino voters.

 

Hundreds of volunteers worked during the recent election campaign, braving 110-degree heat in face shields to engage Latinos in a Basta Trump (“Enough of Trump”) campaign. Others made phone calls and sent texts.

 

 

 
 
 
 


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