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U.S. Presidential Elections Status - Electoral Votes

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5 hours ago, turbguy said:

Whatever.

She WILL still be on state ballots.

Just a little more work and we will have enough evidence declare oRo  mentally unfit and commit him to mental institutionalization and take away his right to vote

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40 minutes ago, nsdp said:

Just a little more work and we will have enough evidence declare oRo  mentally unfit and commit him to mental institutionalization and take away his right to vote

Nah.

His writing is a side we need to hear.

Just for entertainment value.

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6 hours ago, turbguy said:

Oh?

Did Congress declare war without MSM coverage??

Perhaps it's on the "Gateway Pundant"?

Do you not see FACTS??

Congress does not need to declare war in case of an attack. 

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29 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

Congress does not need to declare war in case of an attack. 

True, to an extent.

The United States Constitution is clear about which branch of government has the power to declare war.

In Article I, Section 8, the Constitution states that “Congress shall have the power… To declare war.”

That statement has left a lot of "wiggle room" for interpretation.

Past presidents have claimed the right to launch military attacks without congressional approval.  And they have used it.

It depends on the definition of "war", and what actions do, and don’t, count as "war".

We cannot be "at War" without Congress declaring it so.

 

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Biden meets with boos and protesters in 9/11 events. Cat calls calling him a murderer and warning people not to let him sniff their children. 

Where are Biden supporters lining the streets for his motorcade? After Biden's rally for Newsom in CA, he diverted his motorcade to avoid protesters lining the streets with Trump and F Joe Biden signs. On the way in he was booed by similar protesters. 

Another in CO https://t.me/gatewaypunditofficial/6754

Calling F*** Joe Biden is becoming a common part of sporting events.

Former (?) DNI Ratcliffe is stating that Biden and his administration are the greatest security threat the US is facing. 

ICYMI – “America’s greatest national security threat is Joe Biden: Former DNI Ratcliffe”

September 13, 2021 / ICYMI
“John Ratcliffe, highly respected former Director of National Intelligence, on the Mark Levin Show—a must see!”

I don't expect serving Mil intel people think any differently. They will take action when they need to. 

 

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57 minutes ago, turbguy said:

True, to an extent.

The United States Constitution is clear about which branch of government has the power to declare war.

In Article I, Section 8, the Constitution states that “Congress shall have the power… To declare war.”

That statement has left a lot of "wiggle room" for interpretation.

Past presidents have claimed the right to launch military attacks without congressional approval.  And they have used it.

It depends on the definition of "war", and what actions do, and don’t, count as "war".

We cannot be "at War" without Congress declaring it so.

 

This is not a traditional war, it is covert. SCOTUS gave Mil carte blanche to circumvent civilian authorities in the case of National Security action and maintain secrecy from them. No reporting required. No civilian chain of command if they are considered compromised. If DNI (former?) is publicly saying that Biden and his admin are the nation's greatest security risk then be sure that the Mil is organized way ahead of time to confront a situation where a foreign power has taken over the civilian government. We know that there has been a plan in place since the McCarthy era to overthrow Marxist infiltrated civilian governments even if they are not foreign controlled. 

A big time nuke shooting war can be going on worldwide and neither the Biden admin nor Congress would know anything of it. As the Supreme court once said, it is not a suicide pact, and fine point of constitutional process don't necessarily hold when the nations existence is at stake due to internal infiltration of the civilian government. 

The spook rumor mill is saying 67 congressmen were arrested upon the start of recess. No discussion of who nor the terms of their release, if any were released. 

 

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The Newsome recall will be illustrative of several things.

One of which is the discouragement of Republican voters, by being told "your vote won't count, since there is fraudulent voting going on".

THAT is BAD!

Hey, either you vote, or you don't.

It's a personal decision.

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...and watch the timing of records vs 2022 elections...

https://www.pinalcentral.com/politics/court-refusal-to-hear-appeal-means-arizona-senate-must-turn-over-audit-records/article_7b2335f7-35ec-5ae9-b27d-810a4b521330.html

"What lies in AZ that they wish to hide?" might apply?

I am still waiting for SOMETHING, other than a "report" where even the VERY FIRST PAGE is a fraud!

 

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20 hours ago, turbguy said:

The Newsome recall will be illustrative of several things.

One of which is the discouragement of Republican voters, by being told "your vote won't count, since there is fraudulent voting going on".

THAT is BAD!

Hey, either you vote, or you don't.

It's a personal decision.

Rep precinct voters have been reporting that 70% of voters were turned away from in person voting because a vote by mail has been registered for them, which they did not submit. Provisional ballots were filled out by some of them.

The CA recall election is a total fraud. 

Newsom is broadly reviled in the state. His big effort to cheat his way into retaining the governorship will end up removing the entirety of the state government from authority due to loss of the last shreds of legitimacy, and thus throwing it into chaos. 

 

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1 hour ago, 0R0 said:

Rep precinct voters have been reporting that 70% of voters were turned away from in person voting because a vote by mail has been registered for them, which they did not submit. Provisional ballots were filled out by some of them.

The CA recall election is a total fraud. 

Newsom is broadly reviled in the state. His big effort to cheat his way into retaining the governorship will end up removing the entirety of the state government from authority due to loss of the last shreds of legitimacy, and thus throwing it into chaos. 

 

If that were true then millions of Republican voters would be screaming bloody murder both online and in person. But of course that isn't happening because they weren't told they had already voted. 

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2 hours ago, 0R0 said:

Rep precinct voters have been reporting that 70% of voters were turned away from in person voting because a vote by mail has been registered for them, which they did not submit. Provisional ballots were filled out by some of them.

The CA recall election is a total fraud. 

Newsom is broadly reviled in the state. His big effort to cheat his way into retaining the governorship will end up removing the entirety of the state government from authority due to loss of the last shreds of legitimacy, and thus throwing it into chaos. 

 

Rep precinct voters have been reporting that 70% of voters were turned away from in person voting????

you make up so much garbage, no one believes anything you post. Trump and you are one of the same, just BSers.

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3 hours ago, 0R0 said:

The CA recall election is a total fraud.

There is a persistent "rhyme" to your statements/posts.

One of the those "rhymes" is than NOT ONE has come to pass.

This one won't, either.

Too bad.

Are you certain you have sufficient lithium uptake?

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3 hours ago, 0R0 said:

Newsom is broadly reviled in the state.

Almost every elected official of any consequence can be labeled 'reviled'. Mitch McConnell keeps getting elected yet consistently polls very low even in Tennessee.

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At times it becomes glaringly obvious that there is an upside to ignorance and a downside to knowledge.

Knowledge makes things "messy".

It makes it very difficult for one to shrink the world down to a "worldview".

May the USA, no, the EARTH, never suffer another #45.

 

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5 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

If that were true then millions of Republican voters would be screaming bloody murder both online and in person. But of course that isn't happening because they weren't told they had already voted. 

People reporting this on MSM would not be published, People posting on the main social media get their accounts taken down. 

If that is where you get info then you would not know. 

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8 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

People reporting this on MSM would not be published, People posting on the main social media get their accounts taken down. 

If that is where you get info then you would not know. 

I live in California, that is how I know. 

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As we had seen in the 2020 election "Yes" recall votes were subtracted live on TV

https://t.me/TheStormHasArrived17/5341

[Forwarded from Benny Johnson]
[ Video ]
Someone explain to me why the Gavin Newsom recall effort had 351K votes DELETED from the YES total LIVE on CNN.

What explanation is there for this?
We need to know. Hundreds of thousands of votes subtracted.

It’s not unbelievable if you watch it happen with your own eyes: WATCH

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Same frauds conducting another fake election using all the same fraud techniques including electronic vote flipping.

All in flagrante.

Expect ALL of CA government to be challenged for legitimacy and lose all function. 

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19 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

I live in California, that is how I know. 

Did you go to a Rep precinct on election day? Are there conservatives in your circle?

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1 minute ago, 0R0 said:

Did you go to a Rep precinct on election day? Are there conservatives in your circle?

My family are all Republicans in Modesto. 

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6 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

 

Expect ALL of CA government to be challenged for legitimacy and lose all function. 

Yet another of your claims that isn't going to happen. How many predictive failures do you need before you get a clue?

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6 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Yet another of your claims that isn't going to happen. How many predictive failures do you need before you get a clue?

Losers sometimes don't know how to lose consistently??

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Bakersfield, county seat of Kern, is about the reddest place in the state. Their local paper would certainly be screaming about people being turned away from voting but here is what they have to say:

Gov. Gavin Newsom may have emerged from the gubernatorial recall election in a stronger position than he started. Despite a large majority of Kern County residents voting “yes” on the recall, the governor earned convincing returns elsewhere in the state.

As of the Kern County Elections Division’s latest update, 51,725 Kern voters voted for the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom, while 37,262 voted against it, a margin of 58.1 percent to 41.9 percent. Statewide voters, however, returned nearly opposite results, with 63.9 percent voting against the recall and 36.1 percent voting in favor.

The governor’s strong showing could provide him an opportunity to push for policies that have proven unpopular in Kern County, like the state’s restrictions on oil production and the mask and vaccine mandates brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

 

“It’s like Republicans gave Gov. Newsom a mandate,” said Robin Walters, president of the Democratic Women of Kern. “He really solidified, along with other things, his response to the pandemic, which I think is the number one issue for voters right now.”

But the Kern County Republican Party posited that the election results changed nothing.

“In fact, if Newsom had lost the recall, his last breath walking out of the governor’s mansion would be ‘I packed my bags, but I won’t quit fighting California's oil and agriculture,’” the Kern GOP said in a statement to The Californian. “Gov. Newsom and 90 percent of his Democrat and Progressive legislators in Sacramento idolize the idiocy of the ‘Green’ philosophy of turning off water for our agriculture and shutting down oil production.”

 

The local Republican Party added that local voters who supported Newsom in the recall election would soon find that the state’s denial of oil fracking permits would ultimately harm Kern County by limiting the amount of local taxes that go to pay for resources like fire suppression, law enforcement and infrastructure.

They said the election showed that Democratic strongholds of San Francisco and Los Angeles — which produced lopsided results in favor of Newsom during the recall — had no comprehension of the damage liberal policies such as unemployment benefits, early release for violent offenders and relatively high gas taxes had on the state.

Still, even if the recall election ended with Newsom leaving office, the impact on Kern County and the rest of the state may have been minimal. A supermajority of Democrats in the Legislature would likely have stalled any Republican initiatives. Plus, the next gubernatorial election is scheduled for 2022, offering an opportunity for voters to toss away any potential recall victor.

If anything, Democrats say the recall showed the limits of former President Donald Trump’s popularity in California.

Radio host Larry Elder earned the most votes of all the recall candidates. He was frequently compared to Trump, and his defeat could spell doom for future candidates in California hoping to run campaigns similar to the former president’s.

“Larry Elder, I mean, hello,” Robins said. “If this is the Republican Party, bring it on. Even in Kern County, I say bring it on.”

https://www.bakersfield.com/news/as-republicans-push-back-against-election-result-democrats-say-newsom-has-new-mandate/article_c5d95f1e-167f-11ec-a837-3b92ae1e00a8.html

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1 hour ago, 0R0 said:

As we had seen in the 2020 election "Yes" recall votes were subtracted live on TV

https://t.me/TheStormHasArrived17/5341

 

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Same frauds conducting another fake election using all the same fraud techniques including electronic vote flipping.

All in flagrante.

Expect ALL of CA government to be challenged for legitimacy and lose all function. 

This SO EASY!!

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2021/sep/15/viral-image/human-error-not-fraud-explains-votes-disappeared-c/

And I wouldn't bother with this one, either.

"A false claim is circulating online that California has 1.8 million ineligible registered voters". 

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2021/sep/14/election-integrity-project-california/no-california-does-not-have-18-million-ineligible-/

Or this one...

"California sends 440,000 ballots to ineligible voters."

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2020/oct/22/instagram-posts/no-evidence-california-sent-440000-nov-3-ballots-i/

Just get rid of the Electoral College and then the votes of Republicans in California will finally not be wasted!

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20 hours ago, Strangelovesurfing said:

Almost every elected official of any consequence can be labeled 'reviled'. Mitch McConnell keeps getting elected yet consistently polls very low even in Tennessee.

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Mitch McConnel is reviled too, but the loathing for Newsom and now Biden is becoming universal and support for them is dwindling even within the Dem Machine street soldiers that just crudely re-installed the never elected Newsom back into office through another round of blatant crude election fraud. . 

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2 hours ago, 0R0 said:

Mitch McConnel is reviled too, but the loathing for Newsom and now Biden is becoming universal and support for them is dwindling even within the Dem Machine street soldiers that just crudely re-installed the never elected Newsom back into office through another round of blatant crude election fraud. . 

just crudely re-installed the never elected Newsom back into office through another round of blatant crude election fraud. .  ???? you obviously do not like democracy......At what age did you become a fascist ?

 

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