Dinesh D’Souza Asks Some Simple, Albeit Brutally Obvious, Questions…

Dinesh D’Souza cuts through some of the chaff and countermeasures deployed by Tucker Carlson and asks a transparently obvious question: Are U.S. ballot counting machines capable of being manipulated?  That baseline question is not dependent on any answer within a court or Trump campaign team filing. That question is simply a matter of investigative journalism finding out… but they are disinterested.

If the U.S. uses election machinery that is capable of being manipulated, that alone should initiate a serious line of inquiry about why such a function would even be present. Why would any ballot counting machine even need to have a feature to shift votes or change outcomes? The brutally obvious questions sit in the corner of the room like an 800/lb gorilla the media pretend isn’t there. WATCH:

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401 Responses to Dinesh D’Souza Asks Some Simple, Albeit Brutally Obvious, Questions…

  1. jumpinjarhead says:

    D’Souza is another true thinker and patriot who also deserves a Medal of Freedom. Any patriot who has not seen his movies is missing a great deal.

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    • UberRight says:

      Yes he does. Being screwed by the “justice” system like Dinesh appears to help inoculate him from becoming part of the system. His past friend Laura Ingraham on the other hand….

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Dinesh is not an “entertainer”—those with shows on Fox “News” are. Huge difference that more patriots would do well to remember. As I continue to say, those on “our side” need to grow intellectually beyond the need to be “entertained” and spoon fed by “celebrities.” Vanity is a very powerful thing and being a “celebrity” opens one up to all the ills that go with it—much like the saying about power and absolute power being “corrupting” influences.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          this is not by accident.

          Sundance isnt writing thought provoking articles for nothing, Dinesh isnt front and center for nothing, and this display of treason isnt for nothing.

          We are simply being shown THE WAY WE CURRENTLY ACCEPT GOVERNMENT can not longer be… Cold anger means reality, but a moral reality. It means you have a country, and as a citizen, a directly referenced party to the Constitution You have a responsibility, AS MUC as the the other Parties referenced in it.

          We have to reminded, We have to accept a PEOPLE and a COUNTRY and CONSTITUTION is real. We have ursurpers that do nothing but water us down into passive votings, or passive pleadings, to where we eventually feely like be beg, or may ask, or if its okay, the goverment could take our ideas for consideration.

          POTUS didnt fire the DOJ or the FBI for a reason. The DNI Grenell didnt declassify everythign for a reason. The Reason – we have to be like the Norther New York Area that looked those Sheriffs and Inspectors in the EYE and said YOU ARE ON PRIVATE PROPERTY.

          in summary – I know i typed to many words – because i am even trained to be a twitter message length thinker- IN SUMMARY – IF we cant find our FEET, and OUR VOICE, we are just Pets that may no longer need a constitution to protect is, because the constitution only existed as long as the PEOPLE wanted it to. DO YOU WANT IT TO EXIST?

          It doesnt require war. it just requires your FEET, that makes your VOICE more solid. Your Confidence that YOU ARE A PART AND SITTING MEMBER of the CONSTITUTION. you are not a pet. you are not a subject. and the global relationships of pure treason are over. the Asset forfeitture immediately solves that. I, and You, just need to remember WE are the PEOPLE. NO ONE ELSE IS.

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            I am going to talk directly to the readers, that are that dedicated and ON this late – its the best to to talk directly.

            if SPIRO can and is willing. I wouldnt mind offering a means for him to make videos of TOPICS we think are important. – split the money donated for work and whatever 50:50 with this site. or 100% whatever .

            I think our MINDS! know what needs to be communicated and we can make that video vehicle USEFUL. we are going to have SHORT time to communicate ideas with BLINDED misguided brainwashed people.

            its just an open ended suggestion. I think we need a video on why Rubio got where he is, why Romney says what he say, and Why Tucker couldnt keep his arrows off of Sidney in the greatest threat ever to this country.

            an old russian traitor, told us, the dems were easy to control and crush – he said their interest was in religious republicans that could lie.

            We dont need a lot of money. our word of mouth is good. i passed this site to bar owners that are fed up, its everywhere, and they pass word.

            all you need is a video means , small money to support, and ideas. I HAVE NO FOUND ANOTHER SITE ON EARTH THAT HAS IDEAS like this place ( from the owner to commenters).

            id suggest recommending video ideas. letting sleepers take them and give them to SPIRO or something like him, and sleepers fund it. some peopel have ideas, some people have money, and the LAST REFUGE is the WATERING HOLE

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            • John Spiropoulos says:

              Whiteboard, since I produce videos seen here and Spiro is my offline nickname, I presume you’re talking about me. Just an FYI, I’m trying to reach Sidney Powell about producing videos for the legal team — for both evidentiary and public education purposes — regarding the team’s evidence that the election was stolen. I’ve volunteered my services and offered to meet with her or her team anytime, anywhere. I’ve sent her an email and a tweet. Haven’t heard back. But she’s busy. If anyone has a direct connection with her, please pass along my offer. Thanks. John AKA Spiro.

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              • WVPatriot says:

                Thank you for your service, Patriot.

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              • Beaujackjangles says:

                John Spiropoulos, can you produce a video that clearly shows how much money some of the Marxist college professors, deans and presidents make at public tax payer funded colleges/universities while also exposing their treasonous anti-American ideologies. I think people would be shocked if they knew how many of them make disgustingly high salaries to enforce politically correct group think and punish/cancel anyone who dares to attempt critical thinking. The most offensive thing you could do to them would be to directly quote them and their ideas, tweets and writings.

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                • starspangledred says:

                  While the professor salaries point is a good one, the bigger nefarious issue is their influence on young minds. On the subject of taxpayer funding, a much larger theft is by some (the majority) of politicians, acts employed in so many ways most people (patriots and sheep alike) would be gobsmacked if they recognized it pervasiveness and ubiquitousness. For some, it’s the reason they enter politics, not to be a statesman representing a constituency but to line their pockets and those related to them. They are purely parasites as they don’t produce anything. They simply get fat on the taxes we pay and consider it theirs to do with as they please. Ask yourself where the billions that zero bama gave Iran came from, or the $500 million he gave to Solendra, a company going bankrupt but a big donor. The are too many like Pelosi, McConnell, Biden to name. Heels up Kamala can’t wait to enrich herself. The professors are a hole in the republic boat no doubt but there are other holes sinking this ship that are multiples the size of that one.

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                • John Spiropoulos says:

                  I have a long list of videos I’d like to do. But priority #1 is a second term for President Trump. That’s why I’m offering to produce (pro bono) videos the Trump legal team can use in court.

                  Yes, the election was stolen. We know only the broad outlines of what was done. 99% remains hidden from view. But it’s complicated. So, if Team Trump wants videos that lays out the evidence that even an Obama judge can understand, I’m in. That’s my specialty: make complex stuff understandable.

                  Once President Trump has officially won re-election, the videos can be used as public education tools to bolster support for the president. We will never convert the left but once all fair-minded Americans see the evidence, I’m confident they will appreciate knowing the truth.

                  As for videos on other subjects, my pick for anything involving education would be titled,
                  “The Poison in Our Schools.” It’s not in the water, the lunchroom food or the air. The poison is in the textbooks, the curriculum and the minds of too many teachers.

                  We have to take back our schools from the Marxists, starting in first grade. We follow that up with a return to teaching civics and patriotism. And there needs to be an intense focus on the Constitution. All of the protections given to individual liberty by the Constitution were written because of government abuse of the colonists.

                  And if I were to add one more thing to the curriculum, it would be to teach business and entrepreneurship starting in the elementary schools. I’ve seen one school program that does a terrific job of that. The students actually run a pizza company in the school and learn the practical side of accounting, marketing and product production. Oh, yes. And profit and loss.

                  Great projects. Needs funding. Wouldn’t it be nice if some deep-pocketed conservative would make this their legacy?

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              • Ominous777 says:

                Videos about the media and big tech and how they impacted the election including covering for Joe and Hunter Biden.

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            • Whiteboard that’s a fantastic idea, and a very generous offer to assist in the funding side. I agree that, like no other place, the Treehouse is a watering hole of ideas in support of liberty. CTH 2.0 will be stronger, louder, and more empowering than ever before. It’s exciting to hear Spiro acknowledge your offer and share his talents with Trump’s legal team.

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            • Great idea! Every time someone is down i ask them to read here. Beats all the dumb news media actors and republicans!

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            I agree generally with your comment. Of course these things (those you cite and myriad others) are not by accident. God is very much in control and our “feet” as you put it need first to be firmly planted in the context of 2 Chronicles 7:14 in the sense that those who actually believe in Him need to first (not last as apparently many Americans are now wont to do) pray, then humble ourselves and then the biggie—repent of our “wicked ways” (and we ALL have some if for no other reason than living in our current depraved “culture.”

            IF we do our part, God promises to “heal our land.” In my view, such healing will not come absent God doing it—it is beyond what we mere mortals can do ourselves as is painfully apparent when one considers how we in our humanity as we have increasingly shunned and even ridiculed God, have allowed our “culture” to descend into the depths of hell as it has.

            Everyone on “our side” has a vital role to play—again by first paying heed to the first half of 2 Chronicles 7:14. Then we need to follow God’s prompting as to what our particular roles should be.

            I have been led to participate in a great many rallies and demonstrations, the most recent being the rally led by VP Pence on Friday here in GA and we are planning to drive to DC for the Stop the Steal Rally on Dec. 12. I also continually communicate with my members of Congress and have specifically written to our Governor and SoS to castigate them on their sorry performance in this sham election and it’s aftermath. I am also active in the Georgia Republican Assembly that has as its main mission to hold the GA repub party accountable to conservative principles upon which the repub party was founded and from many of which the current party has badly strayed.

            I am also heartened that you apparently are breaking out of the “Twitter” mentality that, to me stretches the notion of actual critical thinking nearly to its breaking point. It is, along with other (anti)social media a spiritual and moral sewer run by our mortal enemies that “patriots” would do very well to have no more involvement with it.

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            • WhiteBoard says:

              You are inspriration. I want you to know that you are not getting directly told when you inspire someone to try.

              My guess is POTUS isnt going through congress. he isnt going through position that can be bought. Us just showing existence is the goal.

              11/25

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            • woodstuff says:

              2 Chronicles 7:14
              King James Version

              14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                I have been convicted by the Holy Spirit to embrace that verse and spread the word about it.

                It seems to me, however, that even if those on “our side” are even aware of it, much less actually pray about what it actually means for us as individuals and our nation corporately, focus only on the second half containing God’s promise. This is no surprise I suppose as His promise is very comforting, especially now.

                As a people enjoying the benefits of being in a nation originally founded on Judeo-Christian values of the Bible, and even more to the point, each of us individually, must realize that this promise is expressly conditioned by God on very specific things in the first half of the verse.

                That is, if we are “called by His name” (which in my understanding means we “Christians”—not those people who merely attend a church or “live a good life” but those who have actually been born again through real and abiding faith in God’s sacrifice of His Son, the Christ),

                —PRAY (and to me this means honest communication with God about who we really are in our depraved “culture”—all having been led astray myriad ways by our mortal enemies—for Him to reveal those truths as painful as they may be,

                HUMBLE OURSELVES—admit the truth of what God shows us through prayer—that NONE of us has any real basis to be proud of who we really have become when compared to God’s standards rather than other people “worse” than we are—

                And then REPENT by actually (and daily) turning from this “wicked ways” which of course is where the “rubber meets the road,”

                can we hope to have a righteous and unchanging God “heal our land.” In my view, this means without a true spiritual nationwide revival where we finally see that prayer is the first not last thing we should be doing and that leads to humility as God reveals the truth of who we have become, and then actual repentance, I do not think America as we were given it by our Founders will survive.

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          • John-Y128 says:

            “…it just requires your FEET, that makes your VOICE more solid. Your Confidence that YOU ARE A PART AND SITTING MEMBER of the CONSTITUTION.”
            I’m sure that’s what went through Roger Stone’s mind, in his pajamas at 4am with AR-15’s in his face, along with a phony subpoena from Herr Weismann.

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          • Eagle Driver says:

            AND ALSO … ASKING QUESTIONS…!!! That was the WHOLE POINT of Sundance showing Dinesh D’Souza’s clip.

            ..WE ARE ALL JOURNALISTS.

            ..WE, WE HAVE TO ASK THE QUESTIONS…why should we rely on a journalist that may NOT be asking the question are ASKING QUESTIONS IN OUR BEST INTERESTS.

            ..That is why we have FOIA…FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT!!!

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          • Winston says:

            “THE WAY WE CURRENTLY ACCEPT GOVERNMENT can not longer be…”

            Welcome to the epiphany I had decades ago. Trump was a fluke who had to be destroyed in any way possible. Here’s some scientific evidence of the reality from six years ago:

            Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens [Princeton University, 2014]

            Click to access gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

            Excerpts:

            A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues.

            Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism.

            In the United States, our findings indicate, the majority does not rule—at least not in the causal sense of actually determining policy outcomes.

            When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites or with organized interests, they generally lose. Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system [that describes the influence of the Deep State/Swamp – W], even when fairly large majorities of Americans favor policy change, they generally do not get it.

            To be sure, this does not mean that ordinary citizens always lose out; they fairly often get the policies they favor, but only because those policies happen also to be preferred by the economically-elite citizens who wield the actual influence.

            ———–

            “There is not a single person in congress writing legislation or laws… Over the past several decades a system of constructing legislation has taken over Washington DC that more resembles a business operation than a legislative body.” – Sundance

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          • Liberty bell says:

            Extremely well stated, Whiteboard.

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          • Dabigragu says:

            Thanks for allowing me to start the day off right, (prior to 6AM) here on the islands.

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      • You always have to wonder how people like Carlson are able to live with themselves after they betray both themselves and the audience who has been so loyal to them.

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        • Lulu says:

          Probably easy after betraying the whole country and going home to his mansion. The more interesting question is why he believes his audience will still support him. The arrogance is astounding.

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          • lindak says:

            Tucker was playing his angry, outrage at “smugness and so forth” schtick . It usually works for him, but in Sidney’s case, she is preparing her evidence for an actual trial, not his tv show. If journalists would ask the obvious, why are Dominion voting machines used at all, instead of paper ballots and a tabulator, they would be doing a great public service.

            The power politicians could not resist using the patriot act to spy on each other. How could they resist using a rigged voting machine?
            Pardon Edward Snowden and Julian Assange and encourage mote like them.

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          • If I had to guess on why Tucker thought that his attempt to take-down of Sidney would not result in a loss in viewership then I would say that he thought that he was our “Leader” in the vein of Jim Jones and that we would just blindly and stupidly follow him. In his mind he had millions of viewers every night while Sidney Powell did not even has a major show on any network. How could he not be the most important between the two of them? It was no contest in his massive ego.

            It also speaks to how stupid he really thinks we are.

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        • meow4me2 says:

          My guess is it’s cognitive dissonance. His mind will twist and turn as needed to maintain the vision he has of himself and his world. He will convince himself he is right and doing the right thing, no matter what. And he’ll work to convince his audience, too. He will sincerely believe it, because he can’t accept he might be wrong.

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    • Realist says:

      But lets look at things ‘LOGICALLY’ and PRACTICALLY shall we. How likely do you think it is that America’s CORRUPT ESTABLISHMENT having succeeded in getting PROVEN CORRUPT QUID PRO CHINA JOE BUYDEN and the KOMMIE CORRUPTLY elected will now ALLOW their CORRUPTION to be exposed to the world. Oh and just imagine the OUTRAGE America has in store if the aforementioned CORRUPT QUID PRO CHINA JOE BUYDEN does NOT keep all the promises he made to the DERANGED LEFTURDS that voted for him or the EXTREME OUTRAGE in both America and the rest of the world in he DOES.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        I think I do look at things LOGICALLY and PRACTICALLY.

        In my ethos and world view, RATIONALITY rooted in GOD’s WORD using the mental faculties HE endowed us with, rather than mere “FEELINGS” that far too many of “us” appear to use, largely as a result of spending far too much time in (anti)social media where our ENEMIES have largely robbed us of our ability to rationally and critically think and reason.

        As to your points, I largely agree. Our enemies have successfully waged war on our “culture” for over 60 years and the results are starkly obvious. While most Americans busily went about becoming increasingly secular, comfortable, self-absorbed and spoiled, our enemies accelerated its nudging in every one of our institutions (“schools,” churches, government and worst of all, our families) to effectively destroy our Judeo-Christian value system upon which our nation was founded and, as our Founders repeatedly warned us, absolutely vital to our survival as a people.

        If we do not see this grim truth and act appropriately (the first half of 2 Chronicles 7:14 lays it our very clearly), I think we face a very bleak future.

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    • anthohmy says:

      I wish he wasn’t so harsh, can’t/won’t share most of his stuff with vanilla people.

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    • Michael Jagger says:

      I hope Sidney and Tucker get together soon. He missed a big chance I think.

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    • dbobway says:

      The established leadership of this country, have lied, cheated and broke every law, moral malfeasance, any human can stand.
      Like a spoiled dog incessantly barking to get attention, because he fostered to much attention already.
      Just like the dog, it is time to teach these miscreants some manners.
      I’ve heard all the barking I can stand.
      I’ve hired the Sidney Powell’s politician kennel training school,
      Training starts tomorrow,
      Time is not an issue, the beatings will continue until the moral improves.

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  2. anthohmy says:

    Leaving the higher levels stuff aside, in the common man department, the best question I have seen so far is how many votes can the machines count in an hour.

    Please explain how they counted 280K+ more than that, duh.

    It’s like how much grain can be harvested with a particular machine in an hour. It’s that simple.

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    • RedBallExpress says:

      And how much chaff the machine can put in with the grain.

      Which reminds me of last year when young Carl had his new combine parked about a hundred feet into the field. Without a second glance I told the land owner the combine was plugged. I got every thing in the book thrown at me including “sequencers” & “uneven feeding” and so on. An hour later they figured out it was plugged and they asked me how I knew.

      I told them you went a hundred feet and nothing came out the back. Furthermore 99% of the time when a combine is stopped in an oats field it is plugged.

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    • davidlbuelow says:

      Maybe it is too simple. Maybe it is the quote “You can’t handle the truth.” Methinks it just wasn’t taught in journalism school; and, it’s an easier life if one just repeats the given – no evidence.

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    • Gregory Sloop says:

      Agreed. I hope this common-sense analysis makes it to the team entrusted with our Republic (I trust it has) and am looking forward to seeing how lefties explain it away.

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    • SurroundedbyBlue says:

      They don’t want to answer these questions, because then that would show the corruption. At this point, they are scurrying, looking for an out. Can they keep it contained, and make Pres. Trump and his team look like chumps, or there is going to be a whole lot of damage, probably to both Dems and Republicans, if not globally?

      It seems they want the spin, not the truth.

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    • GB Bari says:

      The limiting factor isn’t the computer.
      The limiting factor is the human interface on the front end.
      How are votes being generated up front? Scanning ballots or some sort of direct input from voting machines?
      I seriously doubt that every precinct uses the same exact method of voting.

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      • Alli says:

        You mean customized algorithms?

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      • anthohmy says:

        The limiting factor can actually be the computer. About once every three months I take. a pile of documents (like votes) and I scan them. My processor can only handle so many documents in an hour. It is literally that simple and it is a known number.

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        • GB Bari says:

          With you example I agree. But voting machines aren’t scanning multi-bit text or image documents. They’re only scanning single-bit data (1 or 0) on a pre-formatted form.

          The signature scanning & matching would be the most significant bottleneck process. So that would be separate from the live voting machine process.

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          • Orygun says:

            And in that separation is where the fraud lies. From that point on ballots can disappear and reappear at a whim.

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          • anthohmy says:

            But they are still scanning – obtaining an optical image and there is a fixed limit to how many scans the machine is capable of in an hour. Once they claim to have scanned more votes than that, they have some ‘splainin to do.

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      • David A says:

        There is a great deal of physical methods of manipulating data machines.

        The company I worked for bought a system called Kronos. As management I was in on what they wanted us to do with it. I gave a detailed explanation of the costs, vs the perceived benefits. I then asked them why they thought it was worth implementation? I was told they had ghost workers in some of the more corrupt profit centers. I went to one of the national employees and I asked him to hand me his KRONOS badge. He did. I said; ” Good buy, enjoy your PAID vacation.” I then took his badge, went over to the KRONOS machine and swiped his badge in. I then explained, “People manage people, this machine just made it EASIER to commit fraud. If there are ghost workers, you have a management problem.”.

        The statist democrats cheated six ways from Sunday, and often booted the observers from effective observation – management.

        Voting adults are not children. They must, except for very limited physical reasons, vote in person with ID. All votes must be compared to national data sets to verify that the person is A, a legal voter and B, their vote can only vote once in any location. The total voter tabulated in a polling location, minus the less then one to two percent that can not physically vote, must match the number of voters that enter a polling station. Each voter must get a sheet summarising how there vote was recorded by the machine. The entire meta data must be public knowledge.

        It would be helpful to have each vote tallied by three systems, the individual state systems that meet certain federal requirements like automatically ensuring only one vote per SS number on a national data basis, and no dead votes, also on a national data base, and that the person voting gave ID and was physically present, and gets a receipt. So the state’s system must match the federal requirements, and the vote automatically goes through two more systems, one by each party. Any conflicts between the three systems are immediately flagged and those ballots seperated. Then upon the last person voting you have instant totals with the agreed upon numbers, the flagged and seperated conflicts, and all necessary mail in votes, also with an earlier deadline so they are already counted, but given as a seperate total and a complete total with the onsite votes.

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    • WSB says:

      Why does a vote counting machine use fractions?

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      • ezpz2 says:

        I thought we were long past the awful time when some individuals were fractionialized to 3/5!

        It was demonrats who did it then, and it’s demonrats doing it now.

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      • GB Bari says:

        That’s another fundamental question that should be high up on the list.
        Fractions should never be used actively in a system that’s counting only (whole) integers.
        They might be the end result of calculations used only for report’s but never in any handling of raw data.

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      • David A says:

        My understanding is they conflated percentages to votes. ( Design failure, or feature?). In other words say 535,000 out of 1,001,010 vote for President Trump. That is 53.4460195 percent. Yet it is exactly 535,000 votes.

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        • Eagle Driver says:

          WHILE I agree with what you are trying to say…I agree with GB…FRACTIONS SHOULD NEVER BE USED…NOT EVEN ON DISPLAYS…that includes what is presented on TV and the Monitoring software…

          NOTE: I worked for a company that built scanning software and was a programmer on the said software…The OWNER said…DON’T USE FRACTIONS IF SOMEONE WANTS TO USE FRACTIONS…LET THEM DO IT ON THEIR DIME…Scanning Software counts whole sheets or sheets with data that needed to be extracted but we NEVER used fractions…

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        • Dwayne Diesel says:

          Your understanding is wrong. Not what they did. All YOU have to do is watch the videos and read the summaries for yourself.

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        • WSB says:

          Despite the fact that there is no reason to equate votes to percentages. The deep state has trained us all to accept this for their algorithmic use, IMHO.

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    • lindak says:

      It is like the question, was the DNC computer hack done from the outside or was it done with a thumbdrive from someone on the inside? There are obvious answers that everyone should accept, once they understand the capability of the machine.
      You are right. If more votes are added in a time frame than the machine can count, how is that possibly possible?

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  3. Gyrojeffro says:

    Orange man says mean tweets! Release the cracken!

    m.youtube.com/watch?v=38AYeNGjqg0

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  4. texasooz57 says:

    Very good, Dinesh. You made the case that Tucker Carlson willfully, verbally attacked Sidney Powell because he had a tantrum like a five year old since she did not give him what he wanted. He is too lazy or corrupted to do an investigative journalist’s job. This is the work ethic he learned at CNN.

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    • Zel70 says:

      Carlson has, as far as I know, not denied that Powell was willing to give him documents, and she has done multiple interviews since then, so she’s hardly hiding.

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      • Gregory Sloop says:

        Thereby making Tucker look smaller all the time and making those of us who decided to quit watching him feel better all the time.

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      • iswhatitis says:

        Not to mention that Tucker already has a history of “evidence” becoming “lost” when being sent to him.

        Let’s not forget (pretty recently):

        Tucker Carlson: UPS Hasn’t Explained How Flash Drive With Biden Documents Went Missing (Oct 30, 2020)
        https://www.theepochtimes.com/tucker-carlson-ups-hasnt-explained-how-flash-drive-with-biden-documents-went-missing_3558655.html

        Doesn’t exactly inspire confidence that one should send anything in that direction (whether or not Tucker is responsible – or is being “watched” by [somebody] a little too closely – it means a possibly high-likelihood of being compromised by sending important items his way. Which sends a message – don’t send if you care about being compromised).

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        • lindak says:

          Tucker is trying to diminish Sidney. She makes a powerful impression and someone told him to pull the plug on her. Unfortunately, Tucker did no investigative work on his own, so why should he believe him? What does he bring to the table? He knows nothing on his own merit.

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        • mamadogsite says:

          Don’t forget Tucker admitted growing up living near the Bidens and other DC influencers, was friends with Hunter, who WAS “a good guy”. Did, or does, that lifestyle run off on a person, or are they able to shed the relationships without taint or guilt?

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    • Jay says:

      The Lords at Fox got to Tucker and the show’s writers. Those millions he earns were threatened if he failed to read his lines “forcefully” that night. I used to enjoy his show, in fact I looked forward to it. But to watch a non-attorney talking-head demand a seasoned attorney give up the evidence of potentially the most important case in US History on national TV so he can puff his rating was so blatantly offensive that it cannot be undone. I am done.

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      • Or MAYBE the GLOBALISTS MURDOCH’s wanted to know how much Sidney knew so they could help build the case against POTUS; protect Dominion, etal.

        They’re all in the Steal; like it or not.

        And Bottom Line…..Is there anyone here who didn’t understand the game Tucker was playing with Sidney?

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      • ezpz2 says:

        Yup. We’re all tuckered out.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Regrettably, “our side” should have been “done” with FN (as well as the (anti)social media platforms, TV “news” and “entertainment” and sports—all controlled by our mortal enemies—long long ago. It seems far too many “patriots” cannot be inconvenienced at all in their comfy lifestyles and the rationalizations abound as to why they still support our enemies as they do.

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        • Steely_eyed_killer_of_the_deep says:

          Agreed….it’s all about attitude…..much of the former and retired military, like yourself it appears (Aviation USMC?), fully understand inconvenience is an ‘attitude’….I was never inconvenienced for 30 yrs active duty US Navy….it was always my goal to improve and be a better attack boat sailor….never an inconvenience. The best of the best, understand how to excel in any circumstance, and make those who report to them also excel as well….it’s about attitude….always has been….being a fair person and making the most of every opportunity…you get one shot at a fulfilling life, you gotta make it count, ALWAYS make it count!

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            What an excellent and encouraging post about striving for excellence—even when “inconvenient” to our comforts.

            I served 33 years as an infantry and special operations/reconnaissance Marine (the “jumpin” refers to my former love of parachuting that was often a part of our mission profile),including several combat tours.

            As the vast majority (especially after the ill-fated end of “national service” that in my view has contributed mightily to our National decline, we vets comprise a pitifully small percentage of Americans)have no real clue (or real affinity) for military service, I do not dwell on mine. It is incredibly revealing to me, however, how so many on “our side” have been so thoroughly corrupted by our mortal enemies in both their apparent inability to critically reason and merely “emote.”

            As is so apparent in their posts of outrage and snark, even here in the CTH, to many of my posts that do not fit their blustering view, too often expressed with the quite needless F bombs and ridicule as to my service and baseless accusations stated as fact that I am a “troll” who is a “coward,” “loser” etc., they have adopted the ad hominem “cancel culture” of our enemies. Usually this is because I challenge their “manhood” (?) when I push back against their saber-rattling about “CW 2.0” etc. when too many on “our side” cannot even get up from their recliners to get another beer during commercials in their reality shows or sports. Having actual seen and fought in horrific “civil war” or ideological combat, far too few of those chomping at the bit to “go there” have the first clue of what that really would mean.

            That is not to say that we may not end up there if our current trajectory as a nation does not reverse, but I think a very very great many (again looking at the % of our people who have been trained for or experienced actual combat—or even just the rigors of any military service and discipline) will simply fade away if that time ever does come. Too many on “our side” seem to equate gun ownership (even evil ARs!) with military capability and effectiveness.

            There are a great many things we can do short of armed “rebellion” to help save America but, again, it is a sad reality of our “culture” that so many of “us” think being “keyboard commandos” is enough. I wonder what the actual % is of “us” who go to rallies, communicate regularly with our officials, encourage others to get involved or even just vote?

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            What an excellent and encouraging post about striving for excellence—even when “inconvenient” to our comforts.

            I served 33 years as an infantry and special operations/reconnaissance Marine (the “jumpin” refers to my former love of parachuting that was often a part of our mission profile),including several combat tours.

            As the vast majority (especially after the ill-fated end of “national service” that in my view has contributed mightily to our National decline, we vets comprise a pitifully small percentage of Americans)have no real clue (or real affinity) for military service, I do not dwell on mine. It is incredibly revealing to me, however, how so many on “our side” have been so thoroughly corrupted by our mortal enemies in both their apparent inability to critically reason and merely “emote.”

            As is so apparent in their posts of outrage and snark, even here in the CTH, to many of my posts that do not fit their blustering view, too often expressed with the quite needless F bombs and ridicule as to my service and baseless accusations stated as fact that I am a “troll” who is a “coward,” “loser” etc., they have adopted the ad hominem “cancel culture” of our enemies. Usually this is because I challenge their “manhood” (?) when I push back against their saber-rattling about “CW 2.0” etc. when too many on “our side” cannot even get up from their recliners to get another beer during commercials in their reality shows or sports.

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      • merighen says:

        Not only is he not an attorney, but probably incapable of understanding the complex data analysis that will undoubtedly be part of the case.

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      • charliedan says:

        Jay, you hammered that nail home!!

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      • texasooz57 says:

        Bravo, Jay. Tucker’s performance made me sick!

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      Excellent!

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    • Tucker, like other ‘celebrated ones” aka celebrities is a bit of a prima donna. Some men don’t grow up until they’re in their 60s. Nothing a little bit of HUMBLING won’t cure.

      …and that humbling is coming right up! and it may just be this incident that does it.

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    • GB Bari says:

      It’s jaw-dropping how quickly Tucker dropped his facade of being “fair and balanced” (objective) and revealed his contempt for this President.

      Tucker’s just the latest example of the self-immolation going on at Faux News.

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  5. starfcker says:

    This is where not having non-corrupt Federal law enforcement really sucks. Why did half a dozen states stop counting votes at 10:30 at night? Who stopped the count? Where did those big votes dumps come from? All of this stuff would be easily traceable by competent law enforcement. Super easily.

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    • DanTexas says:

      If, when our Trump wins this, let’s demand that federal 2022 elections be certifiable only if the process is:
      1) a purple finger vote in person only;
      2) on Election Day only;
      3) the election is run by a CPA firm;
      3.1) which are not given sovereign immunity;
      4) photo ID mandatory;
      5) paper ballot only (machine read but preserved for hand recount);
      6) chain of custody secured by overlapping watchdogs;

      The big Accounting Firm winning the State by State bids will probably sublet each precinct to smaller CPA firms across the nation. CPA’s are not likely to lose their cherished license in the commission of fraud. Whereas local county employees have a dishonest politician to answer to.

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      • UberRight says:

        Purple Finger please

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      • Gregory Sloop says:

        The mind reels at what might happen. The entire nation might turn red. It might be that the notion that conservatives are a minority is a complete illusion.

        Liked by 17 people

        • jmclever says:

          I believe we will be completely shocked at howmuch we’ve been handed as truth is illusory. Maybe all of it 😑

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          • Realist says:

            Whichever way this goes the USA does not come out of this smelling good in fact the words the ‘BANANA REPUBLIK of AMERIKaKaKa’ spring to mind

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        • Yes, this election Trump won in a landslide, I think when the cheating is fully exposed we will see he won almost every state.

          I think after we all witnessed the 4 + months of antifa and black lives matter riots, historical statues being torn down, murders, elderly being dragged out of wheelchairs beaten in the street, policemen being beaten up inside donnut shops, extreme racism and violence, acres and acres of hillsides with teaming wildlife being burned and destroyed with fire, bombs at police, seeing our law enforcement being defeated and blinded with lasers, and dems letting it happen and encouraging it.

          There was so much FIRE it brought visions of HELL on earth.
          and WE SAW THE SIGNS OF A COMMUNIST TAKEOVER IN THE WORKS.

          THIS IS WHAT DROVE PEOPLE WHO WOULDN’T HAVE NORMALLY VOTED FOR TRUMP TO VOTE FOR TRUMP. Especially Independents and even dems. I witnessed it myself. Only the truly crazy and hateful stayed against Trump. Most everyone else knew immediately whether they liked Trump or not that Trump was the better choice: the only choice

          It literally shocked this nation and it drove many dems to #WalkAway.

          I personally think Biden probably got around 30% of the vote and that’s it.

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          • ezpz2 says:

            I agree.

            And if the election had been free of corruption, I bet he might have won some of those blue states. I often thought he could even win NY , perhaps California with so much disenchantment in the lack of leadership, corruption, escalating crime, homelessness, and sky high taxes to boot!

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      • Marmie says:

        As someone who works elections I believe the system should require some sort of proof of citizenship Be provided with your ID. Your electric bill is simply not enough proof of who you are.

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      • ropala says:

        Be exceptionally careful in CPA selection. The quarterly disciplinary reporting on code of ethics/fraud/embezzlement/bribes grows every quarter (in California), including some of my former bosses, “big four” partners. The bulletin is usually 90% disciplinary measures with some of the crimes detailed and 10% “other news”.

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    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      Exactly
      That’s the origin of this.
      4 of those states have statutes forbidding adjournment or postponement of the vote count.
      Plus there was obviously coordination between the states.
      Rudy mentioned New Mexico.
      The Sec of State for NM is president of NASS. The national association of Secretaries of State.
      In panel discussion pre election she proclaimed that she is closing down vote count on election night for her state.

      What did she coordinate with the other states?
      Is that illegal in itself- in that she would be abetting violations of election law in other states?
      Is that in itself enough to deem this conspiracy to commit illegality or even merely violation? And then would every action following be continuation of conspiracy?

      And obviously, would the stoppage itself be evidence of intent to commit fraud- through subsequent ballot stuffing?

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      • thedustmaker says:

        Oh yes, New Mexico is and was very efficient at “vote counting”…. Poll’s closed at 7 pm and the results were announced at 7:05. How about that!

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      • Ominous777 says:

        In this election there’s been laws broken all over the place but no one in the judicial system will do any thing about it. The judges are just as bad by not following the constitution whereas secret agreements being made prior to the election in violation of state legislatures. The uni-party and the rest just want this and President Trump to just go away.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      is any force LEGALLY stronger and EQUAL to law federal enforcement?

      if you cant find an answer to this, then you are someone i need to convince you matter .

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    • As a Man Thinkth says:

      True…the minute the vote counting was stopped, the US Marshall’s
      should have secured the area… I honestly shake my head in disbelief, when you consider we ALL knew something like this was coming in the swing states…No one snuck up on us and ambushed us in AZ, Wisc, Penn and Va…
      The obvious question is “WHERE WAS Barr”…Like the assassination of Julius Ceasar PDJT was stabbed in the back by the very people entrusted to save this Republic…sad is only a passing word…

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      My suspicion is they were given the green light when FOX criminally called AZ for Biden. FOX was telegraphing “we got your back, but make sure the pallets of cash is in unmarked bills”.

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    • Les Newcomb says:

      Really a great post. Where is the federal institution looking at election fraud??? The most cherished idea in our republic is just???

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    • Three simple questions. The first one is what I asked when it happened on Nov. 3. I wasn’t watching msm so I don’t know if they asked it. When friends and family ask me if I believe in the “conspiracy theories about the election being stolen”, I tell them I watched it happen. I was awake and monitoring online when I saw something happen that I have never seen in 50 years of voting.

      These questions get lost in the huge amount of information that came pouring out, like busted water pipes and algorithms and data tables, etc. Don’t misunderstand. I am very interested in that information. But your questions need to be asked and answered.

      By the way, aren’t why, who and where 3 of what we used to call the “W’ words for writing a newspaper article? (+ how) I seem to remember an assignment like that from my high school English class.

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  6. Zel70 says:

    “Are U.S. ballot counting machines capable of being manipulated? ”

    Tech experts who testified at the German Supreme Court said so! The Court then mandated a national ban on voting machines in Germany – because free and fair elections wouldn’t be possible with them. That was many years ago.

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  7. PCS says:

    Fox has Soros money/relationships intermingling with business decisions. Of course, everyone already knows that.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch has been banned from appearing on FBN and FNC more than two years ago after an appearance on Lou Dobbs for the ‘infraction’ of calling out $oro$.

      And of course we all remember – more recently – that uncomfortably awkward segment with Newt Gingrich and Harris Faulkner.

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      • hoosiertruthfan says:

        I did not know that but I was watching when it happened with Newt Gingrich. It was so bloody awkward it made it all the more apparent that something was horribly amiss.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          Yes, Chris Farrell was a frequent guest on Lou’s show, and probably others…until that day in October of 2018 when he dared to call out Soros. Of course, fox used the antisemitism card when nothing could ba e been further from the truth.

          In fact, soros is a self loathing Jew, who helped the nazis confiscate properties and belongings of hitler’s (Jewish) victims.

          Some years back, Soros was asked if he had any regrets, to which he answered that he did NOT regret anything. He went on to say something to the effect of: someone was going to do it, so it might as well be him.

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    • Eagle Driver says:

      “Where is the Reference to what you say????”

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  8. Gyrojeffro says:

    Trump was winning in a huge landslide so the fake news stopped counting so they could get “their” favorite canditate in power heels up harris the Marxist valley girl

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  9. v1500 says:

    It appeared Tucker was “forced to play bad”, and knowing FOX proclivities, with a little taser on his tally whacker, run by one of the pole dancer press chicks, to insure ( fear ) tough demeanor. Why worry,? Sidney, ( sigh ) could eviserate Tucker, with a look from across the room. Now back to regular programming.

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  10. Ackman419 says:

    This is a cruel joke.
    All the players knew about Dominion, Hammer years ago.
    This is happening on purpose. Even PDJT knew about these machines, their origins, and the algos.
    He had to. This is the “rigged” part he always talked about.
    But only NOW, after the election, do we get the details.
    Totally a scam. Keep the sheep stupid until it’s too late.
    I’m gonna have a hard time ever voting again.

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  11. imagine this scene when they attempt pushing the wacko agenda next session?
    do they have a chopper pad on the roof??

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  12. MustangBlues says:

    News Flash: The un noticed 800 lb gorilla in the corner of the room is mutating as a transgender and menstruating::

    What:: The communist democrat advocates and their media proselytizers are owned by the globalists crime corporations,

    Why:: They are bribed and threatened by lustful henchmen of souless coward rulers who everyday are a breath away from hell’s just reward.

    When:: Heard That As Omen’s Prophesy: Hubris Curse. Soon Come,

    Why:: People’s Wrath for the Wrongs Rulers Wrought.

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  13. joebkonobi says:

    I believe the message Dinesh is putting forth is the same message Sidney has been trying to put forth. If there are witnesses that can attest to the machines/software being initially designed and used to commit election fraud, and the USA is using those machines/software, then any votes tabulated by those machines/software are automatically suspect and thus unreliable. It was public knowledge before the election regarding their unreliability, it’s in black and white in their manuals. There is no doubt our IC agencies knew, they have used them in other countries.

    The crime is in utilizing the machines. Any data showing they were used for their intended purpose is icing on the cake. How can one trust a voting system that can assign fractions of votes as opposed to whole votes. That itself violates the equal protection clause. It’s not one person, one vote, it’s one person .75 vote and another 1.25 votes.

    Bottom line is the states using these machines/software bought and used them for the exact purpose they were intended for. To control elections. Just like they thought Hillary would not lose, they thought no one would notice. If the guilty parties had not underestimated the massive vote for Trump, they likely would have got away with it, i.e., they would not have had to shut down and manufacture hundreds and thousands of votes. As it is, 29 or so states have disenfranchised their citizens voting rights.

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  14. Ocelot says:

    Dinesh has a brilliant and rational mind. His factual criticisms of the left and the Democrats via speeches, movies and books are very effective which is why the corrupt Obama admin indicted him.

    His calm and gentle but pointed takedown of petulant spoiled FNC host Tucker was classic Dinesh. If Fox decides to cut their own investigatory teams, don’t order your best boy Tucker to chastise a courageous lawyer who is doing her best to uncover the truth.

    If Carlson wants someone powerful to excoriate and impress his viewers, why not try his boss Rupert Murdoch who used his powers to turn the FNC into an anti Trump Dem propaganda machine to help sway the election against the candidate his viewers wanted to win.

    Murdoch back stabbed the people on a personal whim at a time in life when he can’t possibly spend all the wealth he’s accumulated. That is what the powerful do to the people if they can’t inculcate them into submission. They sway or fix elections for their preferred candidate.

    Note–“Trump Card” is well done.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Murdock was playing the wing opposite of Soros but same bird.

      i was always shcoked that THAT PIECE OF SHIT SOROS was a name that NEWS couldnt say… they shit on the president ALL DAy. but not soros?

      yea we will be doing the GREAT RESET. but it will be AMERICA FIRST.

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  15. JimFromNH2 says:

    Absolutely!
    Time to start asking those right f**king questions.
    This is the modern world…

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  16. John Burdick says:

    Pretty sure Tucker is a liberal in conservative cloths for the money. Prior jobs at MSNBC and CNN should give a clue. Most commentators are in it for the money, not the idealogy.

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  17. Lance Wallenau has some sobering words for Tucker and anyone else that thinks Sidney Powell and Giuliani have “not provided the media with more evidence”

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  18. Sentient says:

    I actually think that journalists ARE doing their job – continually working against Republicans and conservatives and working for Democrats and progressives. That’s what they think their job is.

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  19. WhiteBoard says:

    “but now I see”

    Amazing Grace.

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  20. Cowz says:

    He’s right.
    Every single persona you see on cable news is Opinion commentaters. All of them.
    Just compare what James Okeefe does versus the talking heads, It’s clear as day.

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  21. Marygrace Powers says:

    Peter Schweizer/extremely well researched investigative journalist NAILS IT!

    One FOOLPROOF Way To Spot A CORRUPT Politician: Peter Schweizer | FULL INTVW | Huckabee
    937,127 views•Feb 22, 2020

    “How do you spot a corrupt politician? Investigative journalist, Peter Schweizer, has the answer!

    In his new book, Profiles in Corruption, Schweizer documents presidential candidates who seek power at all costs. Since it’s election year, he highlighted the nation’s top progressives. This includes: the Biden clan, Warren’s son-in-law, Bernie Sanders, and more!”

    Huckabee asks, “Why don’t we here about this from the MSM?”

    Answer: “Management does NOT want to go after certain people/it’s outright political bias.
    It’s a combination of political bias and it’s A WHOLE LOT OF WORK…”.

    “THE MEDIA JUST DOESN’T SEEM TO BE
    INTERESTED OR CAPABLE OF DOING IT ANYMORE.”

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  22. lindak says:

    Does our CIA disrupt foreign elections and countries? Have they now turned their talents on our own country? Dominion is in place and it is a national security threat. No CIA head said get it out of this country.
    Did they have anything to do with George Floyd’s murder, which was on film, and caused a wail of despair and anguish all over our country, not to mention riots?
    Are they trying to overturn our country, the way the overturn third world banana republic governments, through civil strife and manipulation?
    What the hell. If we don’t have the vote, we don’t have anything, right Jimmah Carter?

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      our CIA works for us.

      our political appointees have wrote memos to Steal our Secrets and ways. POLITICAL SILO.

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    • Pvt. Idaho says:

      Linda K -agreed. They’re panicking. Ms. Powell is making too much sense. She’s gaining too much traction, plus she’s a national treasure. Therefore she must be marginalized. Not an easy task so they chose their golden boy to do the deed. Tucker forgot something…”Pride goeth before the fall”.

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  23. Dinesh put the solution right back in the lap of Tucker Carlson who is not doing his job, just like NONE of the ‘investigative journalists’ at FUX news aka FUX MODELING AGENCY is not doing their jobs.
    ah ha ha ha, God is exposing wickedness in the political arena from its media to its voting scams.

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  24. eric says:

    using machines that have a feature allowing it to be manipulated means…when was the last time an election was held that was on the up and up?
    have ANY of these damn things been honest?
    and i mean ANY.

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  25. stripmallgrackle says:

    “Are U.S. ballot counting machines capable of being manipulated?”

    I remember when I had my first desktop back in ’95. I got into a conversation with a guy who suggested that the internet could be the foundation for a true democracy. We could have a vote count on bills from every district that our congress critters could enter into the record. This was before I understood the republic as we know it.

    I was tantalized by the concept. I brought the topic up with another guy a few days later, extolling the promise of true democracy in the digital age, and the first thing he said was, “Do you know how easy it would be to hack the vote with such a system?” That pretty much killed it for me.

    Recalling how the word hack was the new buzzword in 2016, as in, “the election was hacked”, we were cautioned that an outright hack wasn’t possible because voting machines weren’t online.

    And here we are four years later with networked voting systems…and ace anchorman Chris Cuomo has yet to get around to asking the question I was asked twenty-five years ago.

    Hmm…

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  26. Leon Brozyna says:

    Because the boobs posturing as journalists don’t investigate, they propagandize; they sell a point of view … their own … to which you must submit.

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  27. lindak says:

    Tucker is trying to diminish Sidney. She makes a powerful impression and someone told him to pull the plug on her. Unfortunately, Tucker did no investigative work on his own, so why should he believe him? What does he bring to the table? He knows nothing on his own merit.

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    • Dwayne Diesel says:

      According to the left that would make him a misogynistic sexist women hating pig, right? (Yes, I know it’s redundant)

      Asking for a friend.

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  28. sunnyflower5 says:

    A hacker changing i to I can make republican unreadable— repubIlcan.
    That’s just like Comey changing it to Corney (change “m” to “r n”)
    Comey is just arrogant to show us the game they planned to play.

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  29. Elle says:

    I was wondering…Fox is crashing and burning. Why allow Tucker, one of their few remaining assets,to blow himself up?

    And then it occurred to me…if the Kracken have already been released, then maybe he is no longer an asset. Afterall, he used to work for MSNBC. Tucker recently noted Hunter Biden used to be his good friend, though stressing (perhaps protesting a bit too much) it was “before Hunter succumed to his demons”. His gig has always been like Lindsey Graham’s…pounding the table and telling us he’s shocked and outraged at whatever story d/jour the left wants us to hear..

    hmmm… hard to say. Time will tell.

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    • California Joe says:

      People who own the news media like Murdock will gladly cut their own throat as long as they are cutting yours! I grew up in New York City and lived most of my adult life in South Florida where witnessed them in action many times.

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Time already told if one was thoughtful and attentive,
      Remember the meet in North Korea? Who was the ONLY journalist on scene? Literally within reach. What did said journalist report?

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  30. Retired IG says:

    Tucker might as well have put a rope around his neck and hanged himself, LIVE on FAUX for this latest stunt with Sidney Powell. I don’t see how he can redeem himself. Very disappointed that he allowed himself to be used as a tool of FAUX NEWS.
    Wish he would have been like the character in “Broadcast NEWS” who had a breakdown on TV and went into a rant.
    I do take some pity on Tucker though. Murdork (intentional misspell) does have his “boys” in a vice. Tucker has to face his own demons, love of money, and the loss of at least on my part, an enjoyment of his commentaries.
    In my dreams, I hope I live long enough to see the day when foreign and corporate ownership of the “media” is AGAINST THE LAW of the GREAT UNITED STATES of AMERICA.
    FREEDOM OF THE PRESS IN CORPORATE AMERICA HAS GONE TOO FAR. Please President Trump, if it sadly may be your last Executive Order, please sign one against the Media Conglomerates and their RICO monopoly on media ownshership.
    On a happier note, there was a large and loudly beeping convey of President Trump supporter’s rallying on the highway about 30 feet from my front door today. It made me so very happy as it appears Western PA is not a land of SHEEPLE. As far as I am concerned, this is going to the HOUSE for a VOTE.

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  31. Retired IG says:

    Broadcast News: Just had to post this clip. Would love to see Tucker do this:

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  32. Retired IG says:

    This former post may not have registered register as there were so many adds I could’t shut up in the background. Think ratings. But its still good.
    Broadcast News:

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  33. David R. Graham says:

    Yes, and on what basis does one think a corrupt judiciary can, will, or might de-corrupt either of the other two branches of government? Do lawyers improve lawyers? When pigs fly, perhaps. Corruption corrects in the hearts of believers or it does not correct. General of the Army MacArthur said bitterly during his famous “Good Bye” to Congress, “. . . it must be of the spirit if we are to save the flesh.”

    “Hie thee to a nunnery.”

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  34. TrumpPatriot says:

    Asking again……….
    Did I dream reading on the Tree………that in (I think), 2018, the Democrats and Republicans made an agreement that neither would claim or investigate vote fraud?

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  35. Big Bruce says:

    I used to love Tucker but in split second it is permanently over. It is like watching your best friend sneak a grope of your wife from across the room. She angrily shifts away and yet he thinks you didn’t catch it. I will simply never watch his show again period.

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  36. Martin says:

    As done as I’ve been with Faux News for several years, I never thought I’d see Tucker act like such a diva. As if Ms. Powell was the accused, and needed to provide proof of innocence to him.

    The 800# gorilla question is not being asked, because we all know the answer, and it’s the horse-sized red pill Americans may not be ready to swallow. It’s not just Dominion, or even just Democrat poll workers or operatives who are overzealous for their candidate.

    This is the Big Ugly. It’s far bigger than even we suspect. It’s the coup de grâce, the opposition’s entire motivation, right before our eyes, and PDJT has handled it masterfully.

    Never the victim, he’s seeing his detractors drag this bear trap all over the place, really bleeding everything up. They have fully and terminally underestimated him again, and he needed only to watch them do it, and hit REC.

    December 14th is a deadline of sorts. Release the terriers, and ready the plinking iron, ’cause the rats are about to to start abandoning the ship.

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  37. Mike in a Truck says:

    Why use machines that can change votes? Cause they’re a bunch of satanic pedophile friggen crooks that’s why.

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  38. MfM says:

    They don’t ask the questions, because they know the answers.

    Trump new the answers and knew it was used against him four years ago.

    He/we can’t blow up the system unless it’s used and exposed.

    The far leftists won’t believe it, but the rest of the country will.

    This has the makings of a global reset.

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  39. Dwayne Diesel says:

    K.I.S.S.- keep it simple stupid or as my grandpa says – keep it simple for the stupid.

    The simplest thought is usually the correct thought and Dinesh asks it succinctly: Can the tabulation machines be manipulated? We’re the designed that way?

    Yes and yes.

    So- one can assume they were tinkered with. We are dealing with humans and the ma Hines we’re designed that way. CMON man!

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  40. JohninMK says:

    The irony here is that in Venezuelan elections, at the voter/poll booth level, the Smartmatic system had stunning security. Every voter had to have a pre-issued/authorised biometric card, unique to them and mandatory for voting. If a poor third world country can do this surely the US can? Or does the US have to rely on real, barely educated, third world methods like purple fingers? Oh the ignominy of that!

    This is why an observer back in time in Venezuela like Jimmy Carter would indeed see what was, and I think still is, probably one of the best systems at poll station level that there is. The problems arose because the next stage in the process was carefully buried out of sight in computers.

    So, in Venezuela it was election fraud not voter fraud.

    The US, being the biggest and the best, had to go for both and fell on its face. Possibly due to Trump outpolling even the greediest dictators that the system was designed for.

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  41. Mike says:

    It’s called the through put rate. Throughout = X over 420.

    It’s a measure of efficiency per person for an 8 hour shift. (480-breaks and meal)

    How mss as by votes can a person scan in a given time.

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  42. feathers says:

    To add to D’Sousa’s excellent questions…

    How many states “stopped” counting votes on Nov 3/4?
    Is it normal to stop counting votes? If so, under what circumstances?
    Who decided to stop counting votes in each state?
    Is it true that votes were removed from Trumps total in several states? Which states?
    Is it routine to ever remove votes from a candidate? If so, when has this happened in the past?
    About those Trump votes that were removed, how many of them were re-allocated to Biden and why?

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  43. cindylou62 says:

    I offer a tribute to all the children who grew up asking “Why” and didn’t take “Because I said so” as an answer.

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  44. gus says:

    Another question is when was the last election where MSM pollsters asked whether they thought the election results were legitimate. Why would that even be a consideration they’d believe was relevant. They needed Trump to concede and then everyone to move on. Not happening and now the show begins.

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  45. Perry says:

    Computer glitches always are in Democrat favor & dead voters only vote Democrat. What a coincidence. Dead voters helped decide election for Biden in blue states. I can see why they’re attracted to him- one of their own made it to White House!

    “It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/history-repeats-lenins-actions-steal-1917-election-russia-eerily-similar-democrats-steal-today/

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    • feathers says:

      Nice one Perry! That is another great question…of all the “glitches” identified in 2020, what percentage favored Biden vs. Trump? How many of the “big glitches” (i.e., over 10,000 votes) benefited Biden vs. Trump?

      I’m willing to bet the first one is > 90% and the second is 100%.

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  46. thrawlbrauna says:

    Is there anyone here that still thinks these people will let you live in peace even when you expose the truth. Seriously.. Have any of you been paying attention the last 30 years?

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  47. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    Another few simple question;
    Sydney Powell offered an expert (Powell isn’t a computer whiz kid by her own admission) that could provide tucker with possibly more than he was asking for, as far as evidence is concerned.
    Did tucker ask who that person is, did he contact that person, was that person contacted but refused to make comment or come on the show?
    Funny that someone far more knowledgeable about the subject at hand isn’t even mentioned by tucker.

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  48. Winston says:

    “If the U.S. uses election machinery that is capable of being manipulated, that alone should initiate a serious line of inquiry about why such a function would even be present.”

    -ESPECIALLY- if they are capable of being manipulated via a wide area network (ex., Internet) connection. -ANYTHING- thus connected could be compromised and manipulation by ONE person or source making it much more achievable and likely than counting upon multiple, corrupt individuals.

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  49. Snellvillebob says:

    About 4 decades ago I stopped watching 60 minutes when Mike Wallace threw the blanket of “guilty” over anyone who would not talk to him once too many times. Mike’s son Chris operates the same. Now Tucker has blown his cover and will never get my respect back. I hope he enjoys those cocktail parties with the other Benedict Arnolds.

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