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US ELECTION 2020: Trump vs Biden


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Please keep all discussion of the US Presidential Election 2020 Race and its subsequent fallout in this topic, thank you.

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

With creepy Old Joe out the way and Harris in power, things will just get worse and the way that the 'woke culture' has been fermenting, no-one will be allowed to even criticise Harris for fear of being denounced or smeared as some 'sexist racist misogynist'.

 

yeah they will seek to deify her the same way they have obama

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9 hours ago, maddy21 said:

Is there a confirmation that the insurrection act has been signed ? The fascist purge of all conservatives and Trump supporters does not really match with what the establishment usually does. Which is basically long term systemic propaganda and not something like this which usually leads people drawing a red line in the sand and taking sides. 

 

-Why was Biden chosen as a candidate, who is clearly incompetent.

-Why were there so many Video and Audio leaks of Election stealing, almost to the point of this being a very deliberate move to create a huge political divide.

-Why is there a move to silence/impeach Trump when he has agreed to the transfer of power.

-Finally, what is the end result? How does this fit into their "Great reset" plan.

 

good questions...

 

also how did trump know to announce ahead of time that there was going to be a dump of biden ballots at 4am in the morning?

 

There are two possibilities there. One is that there aren't really two camps and that trump is in on the whole scheme but his job is to rile up the right and coral them

 

Another possibility is that there are two camps and that trump got intel from someone in the other camp forwarning him of the steal or he had people who were monitoring the traffic and saw what was coming down the pipeline

 

Like you i have my concerns about this situation that is now being brought to a head. The litmus test will be what will the impact be on INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM. If out of this chaos we see the victor quash individual freedom then that is a win for the cabal

 

Whatever happens and whoever is doing it whether trump, biden, the UN, the military or whoever just watch what the repercussions are of what they are doing and saying on your individual freedoms because certain events and outcomes could be used as an excuse to impinge on our rights and freedoms and that is often the hallmark of a psyop. The whole game here is not to win some sort of partisan pissing contest....the aim of the game is to live free

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2 hours ago, Blue Iglo said:

Trump will be President. There will be civil war. There will be a false flag dirty bomb/nuclear bomb blamed on Trump. All dissidents will be shipped off to the FEMA camps.

 

All roads lead to civil war, whether straight paths or crooked.

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26 minutes ago, maddy21 said:

If Qanon guys are fake why are the Big Tech companies obsessed with banning their content. Why not just wait until 20th until Q is proven wrong and mock him. Would be a lot more effective..

 

They're herding them to alt-tech sites so they can fedpost and promote outlandish conspiracy theories to the Q/MAGA boomers, then big tech and the establishment can use it all as a pretext to label all nationalists/patriots as domestic terrorist threats.

 

Here It Comes: 'Patriot Act 2.0' Aimed At The UnWoke Enemy Within
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/here-it-comes-patriot-act-20-aimed-unwoke-enemy-within

 

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BREAKING NEWS TODAY : Trump and Pence Signal President Won't Resign or Be Removed Vice President Mike Pence signaled he’ll spurn demands to immediately oust Donald Trump over a deadly riot by the president’s supporters as the two met and agreed to work together for the remainder of the term, according to senior administration official. The discussion seems inconsistent with intense speculation that Trump plans to resign before Joe Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration. It was the first time Trump and Pence have spoken since the president’s supporters stormed the Capitol while Pence was presiding over formal affirmation of his re-election defeat, according to two people familiar with the matter. The two men, meeting in the Oval Office, agreed that people who broke into the Capitol don’t represent Trump’s “America First” movement and pledged to continue their work on behalf of the country for the remainder of their term, the official said. It was a good conversation in which Trump and Pence discussed the week ahead and reflected on the last four years of the administration’s work, the official added. House Democrats are seeking to hold Trump accountable for the riot if Pence fails to act against the president. Lawmakers pushed forward on Monday with their plans to impeach Trump for a second time, introducing a resolution accusing Trump of “incitement of an insurrection” Pence was initially furious at Trump after hundreds of the president’s supporters breached the Capitol last Wednesday, disrupting the count of Electoral College votes and causing the vice president and lawmakers to flee the House and Senate chambers. The episode raised the prospect that Pence might act to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove the president from office -- a move encouraged by Democratic members of Congress. But Pence has privately dismissed the idea as not feasible, according to one person familiar with the matter. The senior administration official’s account of their meeting appeared to put the matter to rest, and also rule out a presidential resignation. The vice president’s office and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ team coordinated on the official’s account, according to people familiar with the matter. The official and the people familiar with the matter asked not to be identified because the meeting between Trump and Pence wasn’t announced. House Democrats have introduced a resolution that sets up a vote over impeachment later this week -- unless Pence changes his position and ousts Trump. Impeachment Moves Forward The chamber will consider the measure Wednesday, according to a schedule released from House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, a Democrat. A majority of House lawmakers have signed onto the resolution, led by Democratic Reps. David Cicilline of Rhode Island, Jamie Raskin of Maryland, and Ted Lieu of California, charging Trump with inciting the insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6. It seeks to both remove Trump from the presidency and prevent him from ever holding office again. Cicilline said the resolution has enough support for passage, including some Republicans. The four-page measure includes an article accusing Trump of high crimes and misdemeanors for “Incitement of Insurrection,” and says that he “willfully made statements that, in context, encouraged — and foreseeably resulted in — lawless action at the Capitol” as lawmakers were certifying the Electoral College. The measure also cites Trump’s phone call to Georgia’s secretary of state, urging him to “find” enough votes to overturn Biden’s win there.

 

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25 minutes ago, Mr H said:

BREAKING NEWS TODAY : Trump and Pence Signal President Won't Resign or Be Removed Vice President Mike Pence signaled he’ll spurn demands to immediately oust Donald Trump over a deadly riot by the president’s supporters as the two met and agreed to work together for the remainder of the term, according to senior administration official. The discussion seems inconsistent with intense speculation that Trump plans to resign before Joe Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration. It was the first time Trump and Pence have spoken since the president’s supporters stormed the Capitol while Pence was presiding over formal affirmation of his re-election defeat, according to two people familiar with the matter. The two men, meeting in the Oval Office, agreed that people who broke into the Capitol don’t represent Trump’s “America First” movement and pledged to continue their work on behalf of the country for the remainder of their term, the official said. It was a good conversation in which Trump and Pence discussed the week ahead and reflected on the last four years of the administration’s work, the official added. House Democrats are seeking to hold Trump accountable for the riot if Pence fails to act against the president. Lawmakers pushed forward on Monday with their plans to impeach Trump for a second time, introducing a resolution accusing Trump of “incitement of an insurrection” Pence was initially furious at Trump after hundreds of the president’s supporters breached the Capitol last Wednesday, disrupting the count of Electoral College votes and causing the vice president and lawmakers to flee the House and Senate chambers. The episode raised the prospect that Pence might act to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to remove the president from office -- a move encouraged by Democratic members of Congress. But Pence has privately dismissed the idea as not feasible, according to one person familiar with the matter. The senior administration official’s account of their meeting appeared to put the matter to rest, and also rule out a presidential resignation. The vice president’s office and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ team coordinated on the official’s account, according to people familiar with the matter. The official and the people familiar with the matter asked not to be identified because the meeting between Trump and Pence wasn’t announced. House Democrats have introduced a resolution that sets up a vote over impeachment later this week -- unless Pence changes his position and ousts Trump. Impeachment Moves Forward The chamber will consider the measure Wednesday, according to a schedule released from House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, a Democrat. A majority of House lawmakers have signed onto the resolution, led by Democratic Reps. David Cicilline of Rhode Island, Jamie Raskin of Maryland, and Ted Lieu of California, charging Trump with inciting the insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6. It seeks to both remove Trump from the presidency and prevent him from ever holding office again. Cicilline said the resolution has enough support for passage, including some Republicans. The four-page measure includes an article accusing Trump of high crimes and misdemeanors for “Incitement of Insurrection,” and says that he “willfully made statements that, in context, encouraged — and foreseeably resulted in — lawless action at the Capitol” as lawmakers were certifying the Electoral College. The measure also cites Trump’s phone call to Georgia’s secretary of state, urging him to “find” enough votes to overturn Biden’s win there.

 

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This has been called out as disinformation. It's a couple of days old. If Trump was anywhere near Washington, he'd be assassinated.

 

Unless, of course, Trump is in on the whole plot (NWO) which is as feasible as any other possibility in this rotten world.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Saved said:

This has been called out as disinformation. It's a couple of days old. If Trump was anywhere near Washington, he'd be assassinated.

 

Unless, of course, Trump is in on the whole plot (NWO) which is as feasible as any other possibility in this rotten world.

 

 

Ok thank you for telling me about that. Much appreciated.

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