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Old 23rd November 2020, 02:18 PM   #681
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Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
Maybe she doesnt have such great evidence.
Hmmmmm let's think

...... Sidney Powell, a Q-Anon follower, claimed Venezuelan communists, lead by Hugo Chávez, who died in 2013, flipped 7 million votes from Trump to Biden in the 2020 election using Dominion Software which is owned by a New York investment firm....with not an iota of evidence.


Simultaneously you Bubba, also a Q-Anon follower, were claiming, here on the forum, that communists had taken over colleges and universities in the USA so mainstream media would not report Sidney Powell's evidence.



It's as though some clever democrat hackers took over Q-Anon and told Q-Anon followers to say the most stupid things possible to embarrass Trump as much as possible.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 02:21 PM   #682
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Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
Maybe she really got sacked, or maybe its a ploy. Who knows?
Everyone here apart from you.

If she had evidence, she has to present it to a court. You keep forgetting that.

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Old 23rd November 2020, 02:40 PM   #683
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Originally Posted by Matthew Ellard View Post
It's as though some clever democrat hackers took over Q-Anon and told Q-Anon followers to say the most stupid things possible to embarrass Trump as much as possible.
You know................................that's the most feasible thing I've seen associated with the Qcumbers.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 02:48 PM   #684
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I suppose we should all be grateful that Trump chose some of the most incompetent shysters in America to make up his legal team.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:06 PM   #685
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Originally Posted by Robin View Post
I suppose we should all be grateful that Trump chose some of the most incompetent shysters in America to make up his legal team.
I think it's just that no one reputable would take the case.


It's kind of like how we got Mike Pence as Vice President.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:11 PM   #686
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Originally Posted by Robin View Post
I suppose we should all be grateful that Trump chose some of the most incompetent shysters in America to make up his legal team.
If Trump had been just a little less mentally ill, he would've been far more dangerous.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:13 PM   #687
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Originally Posted by Robin View Post
I suppose we should all be grateful that Trump chose some of the most incompetent shysters in America to make up his legal team.
No competent lawyer would ever take the job.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:24 PM   #688
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Originally Posted by Hans View Post
You know................................that's the most feasible thing I've seen associated with the Qcumbers.

I prefer to use the term Q-Morons myself
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:40 PM   #689
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I think it's just that no one reputable would take the case.
IIRC, some actually distanced themselves from this dumpster fire because they didn't want their reputations trashed & burned.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:45 PM   #690
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I suppose we should all be grateful that Trump chose some of the most incompetent shysters in America to make up his legal team.
I don't think he chose, I think he could not hire any good lawyers because of his history of trying to screw his attornetys out of their fees..
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Old 23rd November 2020, 03:57 PM   #691
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A good lawyer would know what he wants filed based on less than hearsay is a bad idea.
They would argue for days against such things.

Then advise him on actions he can take based on solid base and evidence.

Bubba's boy doesn't want solid advice. He wants yes men and women who do his divine will without hesitation. Lawyers with no fear of career suicide or being disbarred.

Good thing he found Rudy.
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Originally Posted by dudalb View Post
I don't think he chose, I think he could not hire any good lawyers because of his history of trying to screw his attorneys out of their fees..
Maybe that's why he fired swivel-eyed Powell.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 04:44 PM   #693
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So, no DOMINIONGATE!!! then?
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Rumor has it that Trump is souring on Rudy. He could be following Powell out the door.
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Old 23rd November 2020, 04:59 PM   #695
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Rumor has it that Trump is souring on Rudy. He could be following Powell out the door.
Was it the microphone down the pants?
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Was it the microphone down the pants?
I think it's Rudy's failure to win cases, and maybe having people laugh at him so much. Playing with one's pants is no big deal for Trump.
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Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
Good question.


The "sacking" does not necessarily automatically mean Sidney Powell does not have great evidence.


Maybe she really got sacked, or maybe its a ploy. Who knows?


Maybe she doesnt have such great evidence. Sidney Powell's evidence might be limited to witness testimony.

Surely Eric Coomer would have cooked it so that it covers its own tracks.

We may never know.
Anyone with two available brain cells to rub together knew all along.
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I think it's Rudy's failure to win cases, and maybe having people laugh at him so much. Playing with one's pants is no big deal for Trump.
With a camera rolling in a motel room with a supposedly underage female is a little bit of a deal.
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With a camera rolling in a motel room with a supposedly underage female is a little bit of a deal.
Not to Trump. By all reports, he's done worse.
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Not to Trump. By all reports, he's done worse.
In a Borat movie?
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There was a website called velvetrevolution that had it all. I cannot find it now. Stephen Spoonamore was exposing the election fraud.
Err... Bubba....., Spoonamore worked on Giuliani's 2008 Republican presidential nomination campaign and his "exposure" of electronic voting machines was in 2008. after Giuliani lost.

You are twelve years out of date and talking about claims of fraud against the Republican party.


Velvet Revolution Interviews Stephen Spoonamore (2008)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy1sz-xBxf8
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In a Borat movie?
He could've if he'd had the chance. You just have no faith in Trump.
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I prefer to use the term Q-Morons myself
Well I know some morons and I don't want to insult them to that extent. How about we compromise on Qcumber morons?
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Err... Bubba....., Spoonamore worked on Giuliani's 2008 Republican presidential nomination campaign and his "exposure" of electronic voting machines was in 2008. after Giuliani lost.

You are twelve years out of date and talking about claims of fraud against the Republican party.


Velvet Revolution Interviews Stephen Spoonamore (2008)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy1sz-xBxf8
Poor guy... so much fail!
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I don't think he chose, I think he could not hire any good lawyers because of his history of trying to screw his attornetys out of their fees..
He had decent law firms at the beginning of his suits. But those decent lawyers were handed a losing hand and none were willing to jump on grenades (i.e. perjure themselves) in court, risking disbarment or contempt of court for the sake of Trump’s ego. A lot of them dropped out and left us with the loon squad.
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Quote:
....Spoonamore worked on Giuliani's 2008 Republican presidential nomination campaign and his "exposure" of electronic voting machines was in 2008. after Giuliani lost.

Velvet Revolution Interviews Stephen Spoonamore (2008)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy1sz-xBxf8

In that interview Spoonamore said he was aware of electronic vote fraud in 1998...and that he wrote his first warning about electronic voting machines in 1999.

Your honesty rating: Zero


Spoonamore's electronic vote fraud work since 1998 comes up in search results. An honest poster would have included that.

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You are twelve years out of date

Wrong. Fail


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and talking about claims of fraud against the Republican party.
Correct, but failed anyway.

Thanks for making my point...proving that Neocons/ Deep State warmongers work both sides of the aisle. Neocons/ DS warmongers are now populating Bidens stolen administration fantasy.



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Poor guy... so much fail!

Fail

Trusting your sources again??
Accuracy rating.
F -



Spoonamore was aware of electronic vote fraud in 1998. He wrote his first warning about electronic voting machines in 1999.

From then on he monitored and exposed corrupt E-vote machines in elections.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAyEfovA404


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In 2006, Republican cyber security expert Stephen Spoonamore was interviewed by a major news outlet and he blasted Diebold voting....

Spoonamore, in a portion of an interview also posted by Velvet Revolution and also date stamped October 15th 2006, goes on to say that just getting the card successfully from the poll to the processing center is another challenge. Witness the memory cards that were lost in the State of Maryland in a recent election.

Spoonamore says that he has heard reports where people have witnessed votes 'backing up' in a machine. The cyber security guru couldn't begin to wonder why that would be the case, since he has not seen the proprietary codes for the machines. Diebold does not allow it. But he has had a good look at some of the memory cards.



https://www.lawyersandsettlements.co...blowing-2.html

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Spoonamore on the 2004 election Bush stole from Kerry with Diebold machines:



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Spoonamore identified 14 counties where election results looked suspicious in that unlikely "down ballot" candidates received more votes than John Kerry. Investigators are hampered because the paper ballots and election records from 56 of Ohio's 88 counties from the 2004 election were illegally destroyed.

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Although Spoonamore reportedly had been working with the McCain campaign until recently, he did contribute to Democrat Howard Dean's presidential bid in 2004.

A well-respected source on electronic security who has received commendations from both the departments of defense and homeland security, Spoonamore said that enough red flags in Ohio were raised to have triggered "a fraud investigation in a bank, but it doesn't when it comes to our vote," he was quoted in reporting by Steve Heller, who writes for the Velvet Revolution site.

"You have to ask yourself, 'Why would the state of Ohio, at the last second, right when the unexpected vote flip comes, be outsourcing that in real time to Tennessee?'" Fritakis told Velvet Revolution in a separate interview.

https://psmag.com/business-economics...red-flags-4382

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yeah, you have to ask yourself why Republicans have blocked federal funding to make electronic voting more secure.
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simple question, the only relevant question:



who is going to pay Powell for her work?
She getting donations from suckers.
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Well she did claim Dominion built in an algorithm to ensure Hugo Chavaz of Venezuela never lost an election. Who would want to be sued for reputation damage by a multibillion US corporation when it's a dead cert you will lose? Bang, there goes you kids' inheritance, not to mention your house, your car, your investments and savings. No surprise they are all distancing themselves from Powell PRONTO!!!

Of course, Trump's many twits accusing Dominion of the same things are irrelevant.
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She getting donations from suckers.
...there is one born every minute...

which is fortunate because, currently, one also dies every minute of Covid.
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Yeah, look at all the problems electronicising has created, Bubba. I agree. Do away with it. Use a system that cannot be corrupted, and can be recounted. The ancient Egyptians invented a useful technology that just might be the answer in the 21st century...

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Silly stuff like this is strong evidence of fear and desperation faced with the obvious simple logical common sense conclusion that violent left wing Biden voting Antifa clowns of course use their cell phones to communicate with each other.

Dont think for a second that certain federal Law Enforcement Agencies have overlooked this, as in "Duh"



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Does antifa have membership cards? Any specials deals, like free knife and fork set when you sign up? Secret handshakes and salutes?

This is what pseudo skeptics say when they have zip
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you don't understand people like Powell.

They always want money.



Seriously??

From which orifice was that that nonsense pulled??
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In that interview Spoonamore said he was aware of electronic vote fraud in 1998...and that he wrote his first warning about electronic voting machines in 1999.
....for the Republican primaries and 2008, when he worked with Giuliani, was 12 years before 2020 and the recent Trump defeat...... You seem to have problems with basic counting.



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Thanks for making my point...proving that Neocons ...work both sides of the aisle.
Neocons were only Republicans, Bubba. You keep pretending to forget.

Which Neocon are you claiming was a Democrat?
1) Paul Wolfowitz,
2) Elliott Abrams,
3) Richard Perle
4) Paul Bremer.

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Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
Seriously??

From which orifice was that that nonsense pulled??
It's called body of work. Based on their past actions we have a fair idea of what their modus operandi would be.
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yeah, you have to ask yourself why Republicans have blocked federal funding to make electronic voting more secure.

Because they are corrupt traitors who enjoyed W's 2004 stolen election, by Diebold voting machines.

Lookup Spoonamore video interviews on yutube. He was a republican whistleblower on E-vote machine election frauds since 1998 ...maybe he still is.

https://www.lawyersandsettlements.co...blowing-2.html

Spoonamore video interviews on yutube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAyEfovA404

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Spoonamore on the 2004 election Bush stole from Kerry with Diebold machines:
So what evidence did Republican Spoonamore supply against the Republican party concerning 2004?

Absolutely nothing because this story is complete crap like the Sidney Powell stories. Giuliani simply copied the Spoonamoore fantasies as he previously worked with Spoonamore and tried the same failed BS in 2020.


You really need to stop believing every conspiracy theory you read Bubba.
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Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
Because they are corrupt traitors who enjoyed W's 2004 stolen election, by Diebold voting machines.
Bubba? Like Sidney Powell, you have made a fantasy claim that never went to court and can't supply an iota of evidence.

You are not really learning are you?

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Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
Seriously??

From which orifice was that that nonsense pulled??
Interesting. I take it you're not aware that Powell actually dissuaded Trump from pardoning Flynn, so that she could continue making as much money as possible off representing him in his criminal case?
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