These two women don’t spend a single word denying that they were attempting to steal an election. Instead they complain about people asking questions and being angry for being called out.

The president of the United States is supposed to represent every American, not to target one.

What about James Crowley?

George Zimmerman?

So how about we stop deflecting and get to the real question- what WERE you doing in that video?

Categories: Rigging the vote


Don Curton · June 22, 2022 at 7:28 am

It’s all bread and circuses. As far as the eye can see. Politicians are not serious about anything except their position of power and wealth.

Boo hoo hoo for the two women – it’s obvious to all that the 2020 election had severe fuckery afoot yet to date no one has paid any price for their complicity in stealing the election.

Yep · June 22, 2022 at 8:19 am

Want answers? Start at the bottom (easiest) – 15 years prison (if they give up their handler) or death (if they initiated it).

Corrupting an election is nothing more than treason – treat is as such.

But I’m an arsehole to begin with so….

    Yep · June 22, 2022 at 8:20 am

    Should have added – rinse, repeat, rinse until no more handlers……

    BobF · June 22, 2022 at 8:43 am

    Agree. In other crimes the top is the target, which I’ve not understood — far easier to round up the street minions (users and their suppliers), drying up the market than it is to spend fortunes in time and money until finally getting “the big guy.”

    Nail all those gofers, nail them HARD, and their easy-to-reach handlers (the ones who handed the gofers the money), publicize the hell out of it, and the labor market will shrink. It won’t disappear, as if there were a silver bullet (dating myself as I know the origination of that term 🙂 ), but it won’t be as easy to pull off the current level of bullshit going on.

    Money for votes was a VERY regular part of life in my home state of Louisiana during the Long(s) era, before my time. Not much has changed other than distribution method.

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