Retired Supreme Court justice - 'evidence' of 2020 election wrongdoing

ferengi

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here's another crack in the façade that has been supported by establishment politicians and legacy media following last year's presidential election that there was nothing wrong, no mistakes, no fraud, nothing to see.

Michael Gableman, a retired Wisconsin state Supreme Court justice appointed to review that state's election integrity, has confirmed what could end up being a significant problem.
That is that there apparently is "some evidence" state officials did not follow established state law last November.

That's when Joe Biden narrowly won the state by a comparative handful of votes. He did the same in several other swing states that also revealed suspicious circumstances and through those tabulations won the White House.
t was during 2020 that multiple jurisdictions across the country simply ignored or changed state laws regarding mail-in ballots to accommodate COVID-19, even though the Constitution allows only state lawmakers to make such changes.

Multiple lawsuits were prompted by the suspicion circumstances of the ballot counting, and they failed. But several states now are in the process of auditing, or beginning to audit, their results.
Further, that there was outside influence is evident through the fact that Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook megawealth turned over some $350 million to mostly leftist vote counters for them to run their counting operations in November.
 

vibise

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here's another crack in the façade that has been supported by establishment politicians and legacy media following last year's presidential election that there was nothing wrong, no mistakes, no fraud, nothing to see.

Michael Gableman, a retired Wisconsin state Supreme Court justice appointed to review that state's election integrity, has confirmed what could end up being a significant problem.
That is that there apparently is "some evidence" state officials did not follow established state law last November.

That's when Joe Biden narrowly won the state by a comparative handful of votes. He did the same in several other swing states that also revealed suspicious circumstances and through those tabulations won the White House.
t was during 2020 that multiple jurisdictions across the country simply ignored or changed state laws regarding mail-in ballots to accommodate COVID-19, even though the Constitution allows only state lawmakers to make such changes.

Multiple lawsuits were prompted by the suspicion circumstances of the ballot counting, and they failed. But several states now are in the process of auditing, or beginning to audit, their results.
Further, that there was outside influence is evident through the fact that Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook megawealth turned over some $350 million to mostly leftist vote counters for them to run their counting operations in November.
I am sure it is possible to find all kinds of retired people with no access to data but who are willing to make such definitive claims.

In the meantime, we are getting reports today that people in the Trump administration prepared a memo saying there is no evidence of election fraud, and that this extends to any possible actions by Dominion or Soros. This memo was prepared well in advance of election fraud claims made by Guiliani and Sidney Powell who were therefore obviously lying when they implicated Dominion and Soros.


These people, including Trump, should be faced with criminal charges.

And seriously, are you making the claim that Trump should have won by a handful of votes in a few states despite the fact that he lost the popular national vote by 7 million? How would such a win represent democracy?
 

Yakuda

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here's another crack in the façade that has been supported by establishment politicians and legacy media following last year's presidential election that there was nothing wrong, no mistakes, no fraud, nothing to see.

Michael Gableman, a retired Wisconsin state Supreme Court justice appointed to review that state's election integrity, has confirmed what could end up being a significant problem.
That is that there apparently is "some evidence" state officials did not follow established state law last November.

That's when Joe Biden narrowly won the state by a comparative handful of votes. He did the same in several other swing states that also revealed suspicious circumstances and through those tabulations won the White House.
t was during 2020 that multiple jurisdictions across the country simply ignored or changed state laws regarding mail-in ballots to accommodate COVID-19, even though the Constitution allows only state lawmakers to make such changes.

Multiple lawsuits were prompted by the suspicion circumstances of the ballot counting, and they failed. But several states now are in the process of auditing, or beginning to audit, their results.
Further, that there was outside influence is evident through the fact that Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook megawealth turned over some $350 million to mostly leftist vote counters for them to run their counting operations in November.
Well it's not really news that some states took plenty of liberty with the voting laws in their state and did pretty much whatever the heck they wanted. They said to hell with the law.
 

Yakuda

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I am sure it is possible to find all kinds of retired people with no access to data but who are willing to make such definitive claims.

In the meantime, we are getting reports today that people in the Trump administration prepared a memo saying there is no evidence of election fraud, and that this extends to any possible actions by Dominion or Soros. This memo was prepared well in advance of election fraud claims made by Guiliani and Sidney Powell who were therefore obviously lying when they implicated Dominion and Soros.


These people, including Trump, should be faced with criminal charges.

And seriously, are you making the claim that Trump should have won by a handful of votes in a few states despite the fact that he lost the popular national vote by 7 million? How would such a win represent democracy?
LMBO now you believe whatever the trump administration has to say? This is why decent people can only have contempt for the left.
 

glenlogie

Well-known member
I am sure it is possible to find all kinds of retired people with no access to data but who are willing to make such definitive claims.

In the meantime, we are getting reports today that people in the Trump administration prepared a memo saying there is no evidence of election fraud, and that this extends to any possible actions by Dominion or Soros. This memo was prepared well in advance of election fraud claims made by Guiliani and Sidney Powell who were therefore obviously lying when they implicated Dominion and Soros.


These people, including Trump, should be faced with criminal charges.

And seriously, are you making the claim that Trump should have won by a handful of votes in a few states despite the fact that he lost the popular national vote by 7 million? How would such a win represent democracy?
Deflection, deflection, deflection
 

Thistle

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are you making the claim that Trump should have won by a handful of votes in a few states despite the fact that he lost the popular national vote by 7 million? How would such a win represent democracy?
Are you suggesting that we use a procedure to elect our president other than what is enshrined in our constitution?
 

vibise

Well-known member
LMBO now you believe whatever the trump administration has to say? This is why decent people can only have contempt for the left.
This has to do with a memo produced in response to a request for evidence about election fraud. The memo said there was none, outlining the evidence for that conclusion. The Trump administration ignored that memo and lied in public statements even making false accusations against companies and individuals, some of which have already sued.

Copies of this memo are now available.
 

vibise

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Are you suggesting that we use a procedure to elect our president other than what is enshrined in our constitution?
The Electoral College was set up to appease certain states, and that appeasement no longer makes sense.
There should be direct election of the President by popular vote, or some more representative assignment of Electoral College votes.
 

Thistle

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The Electoral College was set up to appease certain states, and that appeasement no longer makes sense.
There are no states that would at any time join the union if they would effectively become versailles of larger states. Nothing about that is changed in iota. Is your proposal that those states are free leave the union and form their own country? That would be the logical follow on from your suggestion.
There should be direct election of the President by popular vote,
I suggest you start your own country and implement that right away. Everybody who wants to join you is free to find a spot and form your own country.
or some more representative assignment of Electoral College votes.
It's a free country which means you're free leave and set up the system that you like.
 

Yakuda

Well-known member
This has to do with a memo produced in response to a request for evidence about election fraud. The memo said there was none, outlining the evidence for that conclusion. The Trump administration ignored that memo and lied in public statements even making false accusations against companies and individuals, some of which have already sued.

Copies of this memo are now available.
Focus on that while the Nazi you elected is actually acting like the dictator you always claimed trump to be.
 

glenlogie

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The Electoral College was set up to appease certain states, and that appeasement no longer makes sense.
There should be direct election of the President by popular vote, or some more representative assignment of Electoral College votes.
It no longer does not make sense to you, but it does to others. It is up to the states to pass a constitutional amendment to change it. Fortunately those states you are trying to run roughshod over will have to approve it. Highly unlikely.
 

Yakuda

Well-known member
It no longer does not make sense to you, but it does to others. It is up to the states to pass a constitutional amendment to change it. Fortunately those states you are trying to run roughshod over will have to approve it. Highly unlikely.
The left would prefer that just CA and NY elect the president. Any reason the founders would have had for creating the EC is still valid today if not more so.
 

BMS

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The thing is, when Trump was elected, Democrat supporters in their thousands came out with banners and T-shirt slogans 'not my president'
So as far as Democrats are concerned, why shouldn't Republicans try and get the Biden vote overturned? I think Democrats think they have a divine right or something.
 
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