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Presidential Election: 11/3/20 ---Now the President Elect Joe Biden Thread


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1 minute ago, Fergasun said:

Freedom and liberty mean we ignore all dangers.

 

Not true.  

 

We must ignore things like the contagious plague that's killing an American a minute.  Those risks we must ignore.  

 

But the caravans of brown people - the people asking for refugee status - people sending ballots through the mail - the threat of minorities moving into our suburbs - the attempts to end Christmas - trans people sitting in the bathroom stall next to us - Facebook labeling the things we say, merely because they're untrue?  For those, we should be grateful that we have strong leaders to protect us.  

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What Trump never understood that litigating against governments rarely works. He must have forgot that the federal government successfully litigated against him for discrimination in housing rental. Yes, he didn't have to go to jail, he did have to pay fines. He's a loser in life.

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It’s hard to know who’s right because it’s so over my head. But following the legal experts analysis is hilarious. Through all of this the overwhelming consensus seems to always comes back to one of two things:
- the pros on his legal team get as close the argument Trump wants, but stop short because they don’t want to risk their reputation or being reported to the ABA. These are the ones that unsurprisingly remove themselves from the case, when it gets to that point. Or when asked direct questions like “are alleging actual voter fraud” they say “no”


- clowns that will go beyond that point but because they’re clowns, they produce clown results. 😂

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Question: Is there some point where Judges/Courts can just refuse to keep hearing these lawsuits over and over again?   None of them have been successful and none have found to have any legal standing.  

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From the article:
 
"46% of registered voters surveyed said Trump should concede “right away,” while another 32% said he should concede if he is “unable to back up his claims of widespread fraud.” Just 12% said he should not concede “no matter what,” and 9% didn't know..."

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That the number is only 46% is sad. That so many in Trumpworld seem to think that 46% means that 54% support Trump not conceding is more proof of America's failing educational system.

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