2020 US Election - Let The Games Begin!


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Did Robby Mook just throw Hillary under the bus? Is that what he testified today?


Hillary Clinton Did It​

Her 2016 campaign manager says she approved a plan to plant a false Russia claim with a reporter.​

Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook says Clinton agreed to give Trump-Russia material to reporter​



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'The snake is eating itself.'

Biden shouldn’t run again, Democrats tell NYT

12 Jun, 2022
The Democratic Party is finally admitting its octogenarian standard-bearer might not have what it takes to win

Citing “dozens of frustrated Democratic officials, members of Congress and voters,” the New York Times has acknowledged in a Sunday report that incumbent US President Joe Biden could be replaced as the party’s nominee in 2024.

The president is “struggl[ing] to advance the bulk of his agenda,” the article admits, stating the party’s last chance to lure voters “focused on inflation and gas prices” back into the Democrat fold before the midterm elections is to further focus on the already-ubiquitous coverage of the January 6 Capitol riot hearings.

After reassuring its readers that “most top elected Democrats were reluctant” to throw the incumbent under the bus, crediting him with extricating former president Donald Trump from the White House, the newspaper highlighted his administration’s “repeated failures” on “signature Democratic issues” such as abortion, gun control, voting rights, and the expensive Build Back Better program, as well as non-partisan issues such as record inflation and gas prices.

Miami Democratic National Committee member Steve Simeonidis did not mince words regarding his lack of faith in Biden’s ability to win a second term. “To say our country was on the right track would flagrantly depart from reality. [Biden] should announce his intent not to seek re-election in ’24 right after the midterms,” he said.

Others were less blunt. After a disclaimer about how as an incoming freshman congresswoman she wasn’t “allowed to have feelings” regarding Biden’s electability, recent Democrat primary winner Jasmine Crockett pointed to a much-hyped “enthusiasm gap” between the parties. “Democrats are like ‘What the hell is going on?’ Our country is completely falling apart. And so I think we’re lacking in the excitement.

And even the president’s supporters admitted that some serious narrative-fluffing might be required to keep Biden in the White House. Complaining about “leaders in the party” not “more aggressively touting the success of the administration,” former senior Biden adviser Cristobal Alex called for a shift in focus that could only be brought about by “a powerful echo chamber combined with action in Congress on remaining priorities.”

Given the powerful echo chamber of major social media platforms already largely compliant with the administration’s desires, it’s not clear how further narrative muscle could be brought to bear, short of deploying the much-derided Disinformation Governance Board the administration was shamed into pausing last month after it was widely mocked as an Orwellian assault on the First Amendment.

Biden’s approval ratings are running at record lows, with even his own party members reporting uninspiring 73% support last month – the lowest point in his presidency – and just 48% of Democrats calling for him to run again when polled in January. Nationwide approval rates are much lower, with just 36% of respondents saying they view his presidency favorably, the lowest score since he took office in January 2021. A shocking 83% of Americans believe the country is going in the wrong direction.

Of particular concern to would-be Biden boosters are the party’s core constituencies. Recent polls show black voters shunning the president for his failure to follow up on “core promises” made on the campaign trail. Less than a quarter of black voters “strongly approved” of Biden’s performance in a poll conducted earlier this month, and just 64% said they were “absolutely certain” to vote in the midterms, a 20-point drop from last June.

Given that Biden’s primary selling point in 2020 was that he was not Trump, strategists also worry about how he will perform against any non-Trump Republican candidate, especially a younger face such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is widely seen as a potential nominee should Trump decide to stay retired. Given that Biden will be 82 in 2024, even the strategy of avoiding interviews that served him so well during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 is unlikely to hide his frailty from voters. However, the Times declined to float the names of any alternative potentially-victorious Democratic candidates who had not already lost to Biden in the 2020 primary.


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'And so it begins.'

10 Dec, 2021
'Who is testing the waters before the upcoming elections?'

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New York State Judge Reportedly Strikes Down Law Allowing Non-US Citizens to Vote

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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - New York State Supreme Court Justice Ralph Porzio struck down as unconstitutional a New York City law allowing residents who are not US citizens to vote in local elections, the New York Times reported on Monday.

The law, which would have permitted more than 800,000 noncitizens to vote in elections for local positions like mayor, violates the state’s constitutional guidelines allowing only citizens to vote, the report cited Porzio as saying.

The New York City Council passed the law in December and set in to take effect in January of 2023.

However, Porizio said granting noncitizens the right to vote would require a referendum, the report said.

New York State and federal Republican Party officials challenged the law, sparking a national debate about expanding voting rights to noncitizens, the report added.

Fabien Levy, spokesperson for New York City Mayor Eric Adams, said city officials are evaluating how to proceed in light of the ruling, according to the report.
By Diana Glebova - June 28, 2022


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The Maricopa County full forensic audit and the “2000 Mules” documentary showcased massive findings of voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election. Both investigations discovered a total of hundreds of thousands of illegal or fraudulent or questionable votes in the 2020 Election.

All Maricopa County Legislative District Chairmen voted in favor of the resolution, and none opposed it.

Similar resolutions have passed unanimously in Wisconsin and Texas.



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'America is dividing more and more.'

America’s new third party emerges

28 Jul, 2022
The Forward party was created by former Democrats and Republicans who vow to stand against “political extremism”

Former Republicans and Democrats joined forces on Wednesday to create a new Centrist national party to meet the aspirations of Americans that say they are tired of the dysfunctional political system in the US.

The new party, called Forward, is co-chaired by former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and Christine Todd Whitman, the former Republican governor of New Jersey. Although Yang’s Forward Party was initially established in October 2021, it has now merged with two other organizations: the Renew America Movement, of former Republicans, and the bipartisan Serve America Movement.

The leaders of the newly hatched political group hope to challenge the traditional two party system in America, claiming it divides the US into different camps, while the Forward party seeks to bring them together. “Not left. Not right. FORWARD,” the slogan on the party’s website reads.

In an opinion piece in The Washington Post on Wednesday, Forward leaders sounded the alarm over the current state of the US, decrying “political extremism” that “is ripping our nation apart” and is leading to “political intimidation.”

If nothing is done, the United States will not reach its 300th birthday this century in recognizable form,” they wrote, adding that Americans have lost faith in their government.

The United States, they said, “badly needs a new political party — one that reflects the moderate, common-sense majority.” “Today’s outdated parties have failed by catering to the fringes. As a result, most Americans feel they aren’t represented,” the article reads.

To achieve the goal of uniting people, the Forward party seeks to “reinvigorate a fair, flourishing economy,” to “give Americans more choices in elections, more confidence in a government that works,” and “revitalize a culture” that “rejects hate and removes barriers.”

The Forward party intends to gain registration and ballot access in all 50 states by late 2024, just in time for the presidential and congressional elections. It also aims to contest several votes on a local level.

In an interview with Reuters, Andrew Yang pointed out that the party’s initial budget would be about $5 million and would gain considerable financial support from its donors. "We are starting in a very strong financial position. Financial support will not be a problem," Yang said.

The formation of the new party comes after a recent poll suggested that only 13% of Americans believe that the country is headed in the right direction.


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130 years later, it looks much the same:

We meet in the midst of a nation brought to the verge of moral, political, and material ruin. Corruption dominates the ballot-box, the Legislatures, the Congress…. The people are demoralized; The newspapers are largely subsidized or muzzled, public opinion silenced, business prostrated, homes covered with mortgages, labor impoverished…. The fruits of the toil of millions are badly stolen to build up colossal fortunes for a few, unprecedented in the history of mankind; and the possessors of these, in turn, despise the Republic and endanger liberty. From the same prolific womb of governmental injustice we breed the two great classes—tramps and millionaires.

― Ignatius Donnelly (1892)


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Nice one BILLY! Or Forbes whichever one is spreading this about.

"According to Forbes, Gates said" (that's important to remember)

Did Bill Gates Say ‘Hung Election and Civil War’ Are Coming?​

According to Forbes, Gates said that "political polarization may bring it all to an end" and referenced "a hung election and a civil war."​

"On Sept. 23, 2022, Forbes.com reported exclusively on several remarks made by Bill Gates at the 2022 Forbes 400 Philanthropy Summit."

"As of this writing, we were in the process of attempting to locate a full transcript and potentially a complete video of Gates’ answers at the event."

"The “civil war” quote from the Forbes article led to the publishing of a story by Business Insider titled, “Bill Gates says political polarization ‘may bring it all to an end’ and could even lead to a civil war.” We also found two popular YouTube videos that discussed the quote, one from actor and producer Russell Brand, and another from podcaster Tim Pool’s Timcast IRL. The video titles were, “Hang On, Bill Gates Just Predicted WHAT?” and “Bill Gates Says CIVIL WAR Is Coming, Election Will Be HUNG.”

"We also reached out to the company’s corporate communications team, the summit’s organizers, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This story will be updated."

One of many articles on this subject: (also Tim Pool, and Russell Brand videos)



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The word making the rounds all of a sudden is that Gavin Newsom may be who the dems run in 2024! :umm::scared:. Apparently, he appears to be already in campaign mode and going after Ron DeSantis.
In a fair election, I think DeSantis would win. But I also think he would get the Trump treatment in the unlikely event he made it to the Oval Office. He (and others like him) might do the most good regionally.


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Tulsi Gabbard leaves Democratic Party, denounces it as 'elitist cabal'​

"I can no longer remain in today’s Democratic Party that is now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue & stoke anti-white racism," Gabbard said in an excerpt posted to Twitter.

(The video starts a few minutes in, so just back it up)

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"I can no longer remain in today’s Democratic Party that is now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue & stoke anti-white racism," Gabbard said in an excerpt posted to Twitter.
Some on the right are suspicious of Tulsi and others who are/were members of the WEF and other shady globalist groups. I have to admit there may be some 'double-agent' antics occurring, maybe even on both sides. She has been saying some good things - most of the time. On with the show.


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"Hungarian PM has 'one question' after launch of official Twitter account"​

"Viktor Orban was apparently bewildered not to find his “good friend” Donald Trump on the platform"

"Orban so far follows just 42 other accounts, which include Pope Francis, political leaders such as Giorgia Meloni, Matteo Salvini, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Benjamin Netanyahu, as well as several media personalities, including Fox News host Tucker Carlson and psychologist Jordan Peterson."

Jó napot kívánok.Please be aware, that twitter is #toxic - no matter on which side you are, or what you're doing. People LOVE to hate here, sadly.

— 𝔍𝔬𝔥𝔞𝔫𝔫𝔞-𝔍𝔢𝔰𝔰𝔦𝔠𝔞 OFS (@Proficisci90) October 10, 2022


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Some on the right are suspicious of Tulsi and others who are/were members of the WEF and other shady globalist groups. I have to admit there may be some 'double-agent' antics occurring, maybe even on both sides. She has been saying some good things - most of the time. On with the show.
@Mark7 "Some on the right are suspicious of Tulsi " Me too. As well as the newly minted Kanye West. 🤔
Who knows if they had a real change of heart or if they are switching sides for selfish reasons. Time will tell.

I seem to remember reading something about Tulsi and the WEF that suggested they tried to recruit her and she wasn't interested, but I can't find it and it could just be wishful thinking. I have been disappointed by her on some issues in the past, but everyone makes mistakes. I guess we'll see!
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