Where is the GOP regarding election fraud?


 

I think this nails it. I fault the GOP. A merry band of volunteers trying to save the USA is not my idea of a professional response. Anyone with sense should have known that having ego-centric Rudy Giuliano as the head honcho would come close to dooming the outcome.

One only had to look at the Ukraine fiasco with him trying to make his points with his bulging eyeballs popping out of his head and spittle landing on the camera lens.

I for one am sick of him.

 

 

A source who spoke to Breitbart News on background suggested that the team had hoped to work with her, but that Powell’s public claims had gone beyond the scope of the evidence they had seen and believed they could prove in court.

Powell had pursued a theory that Dominion voting machines, operating with Smartmatic software, were manipulable and had been responsible for switching votes from Trump to Democratic challenger Joe Biden. She also alleged that Dominion had worked with foreign governments, including Venezuela, and produced an affidavit purporting to support that allegation.

My suspicion? She touched the third rail with the CIA server over in Europe. Anyone want to bet the CIA has dirty hands around the world?

As for Trump. He bears some blame. Why doesn’t  he get rid of Wray and Haskell? Why didn’t he have the federal Marshalls lined up to step in? It is a federal election isn’t it? Why wasn’t he in court before the election. Now we sit around waiting to lose the  Georgia senate seats. Voting starts December 4 as I recall and it is the same old same old. Sitting around and letting it happen it seems to me. Just saying.

If anyone thinks that should Trump fail he will be around in four years think again. The entire deep state will make his and his family and all his minions lives a total hell. Look for them to kneecap him with endless legal action. Just look at Flynn. The courts will be happy to oblige.

Everything swell here in the swamp.

25 Responses to “Where is the GOP regarding election fraud?”

  1. peter3nj Says:

    Adding anything to the election fraud might be understatement so instead here’s what I saw today while driving through the wasteland known as Manhattan:
    A billboards the length of a commercial building on the Henry Hudson Parkway ( The Henry Hudson Parkway is a MAJOR north/south route on the West Side of Manhattan. The West Side Highway (NY 9A) becomes the Henry Hudson Parkway in the vicinity of West 72 Street. It runs north along through Riverside Park along the Hudson River to the northern end of Manhattan.) approximately 50-60′ wide:

    NYC has the smallest number of closets our kids are afraid to come out of.(Translation-our kids are not stigmatized for coming out.)

    The second on West 16th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues on the side of a building:

    Be the human your animals want to thank.(Probably for picking up their poop rather than rubbing their nose in it.)

    Meanwhile the world is aflame; its all about priorities.

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    I am with you on Rudy, he is not the man for the job. Actually the guys creeps me out! The GOP is silent because they are not all that sad to see Trump go, it is all about protecting the establishment.

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  3. peter3nj Says:

    Rudy Guiliani and Chris The Incredible Bulk Christie? I mean really…..
    Spunky and Tadpole would have done a better job.

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  4. geeez2014 Says:

    Bunk, I hope you’ll take this comment with the hugely high regard in which it’s meant; this blog MADE ME SICK! I hate that you’re probably CORRECT!!!
    And yes, from the first time I saw Wray’s smirk of a smile, I knew this guy is DIRTY as COMEY and everyone else…yet he stayed….he probably feels like “Hell, everybody’s gone who was with me and now I’m supposed to play good boy and make Trump look GOOD?” Who knows how much he’ll get $$$$ for this from the Deep State.

    Talk about Deep State…anybody remember the HORRIBLE and constant insults to Conservatives due to the KOCH BROTHERS “They are so rightwing, they give Republicans money behind the scenes, they’re running the Repulican show”…then the KOCH boys go Left ,, but that’s another nauseating story. But the MINUTE ANYBODY mentions SOROS now and even a hint at collusion with the Democrats, it’s OFF LIMITS…..Even some conservatives smirk as if “Oh, Soros…are they blaming him again with no proof, too?????” Boy, talk about hypocrisy……….

    Let’s face it.;..you ask “Where is the Right?” Look what happened with Sydney Powell…..was she full of information? I felt from the beginning she might be but WHERE THE HECK WAS IT? You can’t persuade judges with exciting videos of information…you need PROOF. NO PROOOOOOF. Now, she and Giuliani have destroyed ANY faith in those who have real proof of machines turning votes from Trump to Biden, or the thousands of ballots whose dates were changed, etc…affidavits exist swearing that happened, but when Powell and Rudy brought in the REALLY wild accusations, it was over.
    (and they could even still be right!) oh, hell.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Listening to Rush right now, he and I are on the same page…she jumped the shark when she claimed the Gov of Ga was in bed with the software company and corrupt..She put the Senators race at risk… recall that nitwit that claims to be the Gov just loved this…. and fuels the left… can’t have it. I thought she may have done it when she claimed the CIA and the server in Germany got the CIA in a bind… anyway… we will play out the hand dealt.
      Some believe there is a vast plan afoot. I pray so….. thanks Z… good comments.

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        Thanks, Bunk…sorry, I always seem to write a mini novel here~! I personally don’t think Powell put the Ga race at risk….people will have forgotten all about this ….BY the way, I hope that election is a REAL election DAY, Jan 5? Or are they sending in ballots now; anybody know?

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  5. thetinfoilhatsociety Says:

    Did you ever consider that she CAN’T work for the Trump legal team? Trump IS the govt now. He’s the president. How can she represent the govt in one case and be in opposition to the govt in another?

    Plus if she’s not part of the Trump legal team she can collect her own funding not subject to govt rules about campaign finance laws.

    She’s going to take down all the RINO’s too. Wait and see. That’s what they’re so afraid of.

    And since when has ANY person “close to the Trump team” ever been right?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I considered it…. So why didn’t this insight into her station in this thing dawn on all of them a week before before they trotted her out front and center? Its an embarassment to all concerned and adds nothing to the overview of their case. But I take your point and it is a reasoned one. Rudy made as ass of himself.. Period.. Full stop and I will never ever forget him sweating with his hair dye rolling down his face. ahg.

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      • thetinfoilhatsociety Says:

        They never said she was working for them. They did allow her to present her findings regarding elections fraud. Her case is representing us, the electorate. Their case is representing the president. The Kraken has been released and that press release was a warning to the deep state that $h!t’s going down. 🙂

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I’m in. Let’s do it. 👍

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    Funny how Trump had coattails to flip 12 seats and gain a net of nine, as of a combination of current projected and certified results — but had no coat (according to the media, Biden, and other mouthy Democrats).

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  7. markone1blog Says:

    I still think that Trump and conservatives are banking on the 12th Amendment. The first proof that this might be part of a Congressional strategy came out through Rep Mo Brooks last Thursday. Although the interview drags on, it does reveal a bit.

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  8. Terri D. Says:

    😦

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  9. Always On Watch Says:

    As far as I’m concerned, the GOP has been a consummate disappointment for most of my life. 😡

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I think back to Goldwater days….. that was the last republican.

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      • Bill Heffner Says:

        My father was a career Air Force officer and, of course, a Republican. The reporting around Goldwater was a bit much for him and he was not inclined to support him. I was much more a Goldwater fan, and I engaged my father is some lengthy discussions, many of which were about how the media was misrepresenting things that Goldwater had said. I would pull out the speeches and put the media quotes into context. The Anti-Trump media is not new, by the way.

        Anyhoo, come election day my father told me that he was voting for Goldwater and thanked me for my constructive input to his decision. I had just turned 21 and it was my first presidential election. It was also the first time that I had recognizably been seen by my father as an equal. That was a big year for me.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Same here Bill… My best memory was taking a class trip to D.C and as luck would have it Goldwater was wandering around the halls as they did then and I got a chance to meet him…yes, a crooked ad with the bomb exploding and more lies…

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      • peter3nj Says:

        Bill,
        At 13 going on 14 I remember my parents and other adults in their circle being “afraid” of Johnson and speculating he had JFK murdered in Texas. I only wish I had held onto the AuH2O cardboard posters that my brother and I had brought home.

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  10. kidme37 Says:

    Where’s the GOP?

    Here is one of their stars recommending that DJT open a counsel to “investigate the Russia thing” while the democrats turn us into a Banana Republic. That about defines the GOP don’t it.

    https://choiceclips.whatfinger.com/2020/11/22/devinnunes-realdonaldtrump-should-have-a-special-counsel-investigate-origins-of-russia-probe/

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