2020 US Presidential Race



Here’s the moment where #CNNElection shows #Biden gaining 110,000 votes in #Wisconsin INSTANTLY. See how confused they are? They know this is BS. #Elections2020

7:18 PM · Nov 4, 2020·Twitter Web App

Video @ Src: https://twitter.com/OffGuardian0/status/1324068628128555009


Good post Catbear.

Like many, it is the media I detest and distrust.

What is great is that this site is contrarian, and different sources are shared. Therefore, sometimes it is a step ahead.

  • First our topic was property,
  • then banking,
  • then soverign debt and mainstream politics,
  • then the culture war on human nature,
  • Now big tech, its media auxillaries, and the rewiring of human consciouness.

For the Biden shills out there the Guardian has a useful table of vote margins in the remaining states. All tiny leads of << 1%.

If Biden was down by those margins he would not concede. Why should Trump?


Good Christopher Caudwell column in today’s FT


I think this is where the militias hardon is going flaccid in Nevada as they watch via webcam the tabulations being monitored by Republican appointed count checkers.

Democracy in action is actually a massive anticlimax. Lots of people get triggered by the smell of sausages being cooked, but who gets excited about a trip to the slaughter house factory where sausages get made?

I found it both personally amusing and dispiriting in equal measure that in my immediate circle the biggest cheerleaders of loading up on debt during the bubble years were also pleading the greatest victimhood in its aftermath.

Trump was a media circus long before Twitter and online conspiracy forums existed, and he will move on as soon as legal challenges start costing him money personally.




The movement that backed Donald Trump is here to stay

If business and government leaders remain heedless, populism will have its day


The Republican party has been rebuilt around the electorate that Donald Trump brought it © Tracie Van Auken/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

The writer is a contributing editor at the Claremont Review of Books and author of ‘The Age of Entitlement’

A fortnight before the US presidential election, when some polls showed Joe Biden obliterating Donald Trump, exuberant Democrats began debating what kind of justice to mete out to the president’s followers once his movement was repudiated.

Robert Reich, labour secretary in Bill Clinton’s administration, even called for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission, of the sort established in South Africa at the end of apartheid, to “name every official, politician, executive, and media mogul whose greed and cowardice enabled this catastrophe”.

But election night brought no such repudiation. The share of Americans identifying themselves as “conservative” rose to 37 per cent while the percentage of “liberals” fell to 24 per cent. Republicans appeared to hold the Senate, and to gain in the House of Representatives.

At week’s end, Mr Trump appeared to be losing, but just barely. Whether or not he survives as a political player, the movement that backed him appears set to remain the main force in American politics.

At heart, this movement is a democratic revolt against expertise. Citizens in the west have surrendered a great deal of their decision-making power to experts — central bankers, writers of search-engine algorithms, epidemiologists. Mr Trump speaks for those who want this power back. He doubts the motives of experts. He even doubts they are experts in the first place. He thinks they’re operators, not serving the country so much as exploiting it.

Such concerns are not unique to American politics, of course. Already in the 1930s British philosopher Bertrand Russell was writing of perennial tensions between freedom and organisation, between democracy and complexity. The failure by pollsters and journalists to predict Tuesday’s nail-biter doesn’t exactly shatter Mr Trump’s credibility on the matter of expertise.

Populists are always weaker than they look, just because of who they are. They are outsiders to systems in which knowledge is turned into power. The loyalists they bring to government tend to be lacklustre and unskilled. For much of his term in office Mr Trump railed against his attorney-general Jeff Sessions for having opened the door to the investigations that handcuffed his presidency. In a political sense, Mr Trump was right — a skilled attorney-general would generally not permit investigators anywhere near his boss.

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Incumbent civil servants are threatened by populism and often politicised by it. At the start of Mr Trump’s term, a judge in Hawaii invalidated his ban on travel from certain predominantly Muslim countries. In the middle of his term, Mr Trump was impeached when his own intelligence services revealed to his foes in Congress the content of secret phone calls. At the end, just days before this vote, judges in Pennsylvania altered the state’s election procedures in a way that Mr Trump and other Republicans considered conducive to fraud.

But populism is always stronger than it looks, too, and easily underestimated. Those who claimed that Mr Trump would get a better hearing for his policies if he would just stop tweeting, or making crude remarks about the “Chinese virus”, miss the point. During the Cold War, the historian Robert Conquest described socialism as a “major mind trap”: Since its premises were not actually neutral, to accept them was to risk being drawn into an entire worldview. Populists see the neutral-looking language of political correctness and human rights in the same way. For Mr Trump’s followers, his crudity is an intellectual emancipation.

But the consolidation, even expansion, of Mr Trump’s base rests on a more concrete achievement. For the first three years of his presidency, he produced steady growth (which a number of presidents have managed) in which a disproportionate share of the gainswent to low-income workers (a rarer feat). Workers in the lowest quarter of incomes saw their wages rise almost 5 per cent. This was the first sustained downward redistribution of income and wealth since the last century, a vindication for voters in the forgotten parts of the country who voted for Mr Trump in 2016. It may account for the shock of this election: the gravitation of young Latinos and black men to Mr Trump’s candidacy.

Mr Trump has changed the way Americans in both parties think about their dependence on cheap Chinese goods. Trade sceptic Robert Lighthizer, the US Trade Representative, has been a capable appointee. When a supposedly advanced industrial country proves initially unable to manufacture surgical masks, hand wipes and ibuprofen in a pandemic, it has taken globalisation too far. Even Mr Biden made “Buy American” a pillar of his campaign rhetoric.

The long-term prognosis for populists is seldom good, because populism sets itself against those businesses and government leaders working to bring technological and social progress. But as long as those leaders are heedless and selfish, populism will have its day.

Clearly its day is not yet done. “We are a working class party now,” tweeted Missouri senator Josh Hawley on election night. “That’s the future.” Whatever happens to Mr Trump, the Republican party has been rebuilt around the electorate he brought it.


Vid set to start at Sidney Powells comments re: The Hammer & Scorecard.

On February 3, 2009, Brennan and Clapper moved THE HAMMER to Fort Washington, Maryland and began using the foreign surveillance system for domestic surveillance, targeting President Obama’s political enemies for “blackmail and leverage.” Montgomery, as a CIA contractor, worked for John Brennan and James Clapper.

Montgomery became a whistleblower upon seeing first hand how the Obama administration had turned THE HAMMER against America. Montgomery received two limited immunity agreements from the DOJ and the FBI in exchange for evidence production and testimony.

Montgomery originally designed and built THE HAMMER in 2003 as a foreign surveillance system to protect America after 9/11.

“THE HAMMER IS THE KEY TO THE COUP” — Admiral James A. “Ace” Lyons, On His Death Bed, Speaking To His Longtime Friend, Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney

They stole a super-surveillance government tool for foreign surveillance and they turned it against America and are using it to steal the Presidential election of 2020.

  • CIA contractor Dennis Montgomery built THE HAMMER in 2003 as a foreign surveillance tool to keep America safe from terrorists after 9/11 and to protect U.S. troops on the battlefield.

  • Robert Mueller’s FBI provided the computers for THE HAMMER.

  • THE HAMMER foreign surveillance system featured multiple echelons of safeguards and sign-offs to prevent U.S. personnel, up to and including the President of the United States, from using the system for unlawful domestic surveillance.

  • On February 3, 2009, two weeks after President Obama’s inauguration, Brennan and Clapper moved THE HAMMER to a secret CIA facility in Fort Washington, Maryland.

*After Dennis Montgomery saw Brennan and Clapper commandeer THE HAMMER foreign surveillance tool and transform it into a domestic surveillance system for blackmail and leverage, Montgomery became a whistleblower.

  • In 2013, Dennis Montgomery alerted multiple officials in Washington D.C. that THE HAMMER was being used to conduct illegal domestic surveillance. Montgomery even sent faxes to President Obama and Vice President Biden to alert them about the ongoing illegal domestic surveillance.

  • Brennan and Clapper used THE HAMMER to spy on Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, 156 Article III judges, FISA Court Presiding Judge Reggie Walton, Members of Congress, Wall Street executives, Rudy Giuliani, Lt. General Michael Flynn, Donald Trump, Trump Tower, multiple Trump businesses, and members of the Trump family. Brennan and Clapper spied on Donald Trump because the CIA feared Trump. Brennan and Clapper wiretapped Donald Trump “a zillion times.”

  • The Obama Whitehouse could access THE HAMMER at will through an encrypted VPN.

  • In August 2015, Dennis Montgomery, under a limited immunity agreement, provided FBI General Counsel James Baker and FBI Director James Comey with 47 computer hard drives of evidence proving that Brennan and Clapper had used THE HAMMER to conduct illegal domestic surveillance. Included on the 47 hard drives was 10,000 pages of documents regarding Hunter Biden.

  • In December 2015, Dennis Montgomery, under a second limited immunity agreement, provided the FBI and the DOJ with sworn testimony about THE HAMMER and the contents of the 47 hard drives.

  • THE HAMMER framework could throw multiple exploit applications. The Obama team used a HAMMER application called SCORECARD to steal the 2012 presidential election in Florida.

  • The Biden campaign is using SCORECARD to steal the 2020 presidential election (they have NOT turned off THE HAMMER).



Biden’s Vote Tallies apparently Violate Benford’s Law, everyone else follow across the country, except for Biden in key races. This is a test for catching election fraud, used by the State Department and forensic accountants. https://github.com/cjph8914/2020_benfords…


10:17 PM · Nov 6, 2020·Twitter Web App

Replying to @YoElefant

Now Milwaukee and Allegheny



10:40 PM · Nov 6, 2020·Twitter Web App

Src: https://twitter.com/DatElefan/status/1324838425170595840


Nov 6

Does anyone really believe that Joe Biden shattered Obama’s historic 2008 numbers?

Does anyone really believe that he did that mostly in big cities?

C’mon man!!!



For historical context on this election and US Population change, Biden’s 75m votes exceeds the vote all three candidates achieved in the 1968 US Presidential Election.

Nixon 32m
Humphrey 31m
George Wallace 10m
Total 73m votes

Trump’s 71m votes is almost the same as the total vote in 1968

Turnout in 1968 was 61% and it was far from a time of political apathy with 'Nam, the RFK shooting and the inner city race riots


In the last 10 minutes…

A number of sites are calling it.




Trump called a presser at 11:30, I think before the Network mobilised.


Trump claims it.

Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump


Official sources may not have called the race when this was Tweeted

3:36 PM · Nov 7, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Looks more like an acceptance of MSM anointment, rather than claiming it.

Joe Biden @JoeBiden

America, I’m honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country. The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not. I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.

4:52 PM · Nov 7, 2020·Twitter Media Studio

So I guess it will be the MSM Vs The Courts.

The Electors meet on the 14th of December as far as I know. I think that officiates any result.


Mainstream Mejia, Ted?



Im sure trump will go with good grace and style that has typified his last 4 years.



Not just a river in Egypt :rofl:


More on the trumpaccountability peoples ambitions.

(If images are missing use the src link at the bottom.)

[19h, 18 tweets, 7 min read

This group is crowdsourcing its own “UnAmerican activities” list of people to target - including federal judges, federal appointees, at least one US Senator & many others. Disgusting, & potentially dangerous. @LindseyGrahamSC@tedcruz @doj @FBI @USMarshalsHQ


I’m increasing the size of the quick screen grabs to make the pics more legible. #1 Image

#2 - judges Image

#3 Image

#4 law firms Image

And there is a list of administration officials that has 1,202 names on it. There are 57 judges on the “appointee” list so far.



The Trump Accountability Project We should never forget those who helped further the Trump agenda.https://www.trumpaccountability.net/

You can even sign up to get email updates to the list. Get the Revolution sent right to your phone, I guess. Unbelievable.

The site has taken down the “Appointees” list of judges, and the “Donors” list. But I have screen shots of them.

I came across this group because of its tweet in response to this tweet from AOC:

Unroll available on Thread Reader


This guy responded: Image

So I drilled down on his handle and linked site, & lo and behold, he’s wasn’t kidding.


And this is who he is: Image

This guy also is in on it: he’s a public school teacher. Wonder if he teaches his class about Nixon’s “Enemies List?” ImageImage

And another one. She’s a Mayor Pete supporter. ImageImage

Here’s the first 40 of the 1,202 names of administration officials on this “accountability” aka “enemies list.” Image

Here the list of campaign members slated for “accountability.” Image

Here’s the targeted “Donors.” Guess they didn’t have much time to work on this tab. Make a donation to your candidate of choice and now you’re on an “enemies” list. Image

They also wanted a list of people who did the “right thing” & denounced the administration. Fucking totalitarians. Image

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Unroll Src: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1324833508905373702.html


Add “Dominion” to the “Hammer & Scorecard” list.

Kyle Becker @kylenabecker

Just pause for a moment and consider that a widespread election software system that was used in virtually every swing state in the 2020 election is called “Dominion.” “DOMINION.” If that doesn’t send chills up your spine, nothing will.


12:17 AM · Nov 7, 2020·Twitter Web App

Src: https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1324868606191169538

Mike Coudrey @MichaelCoudrey

These are the states that use the software that flipped the vote in MI. ALL of these states votes must be audited. #StopTheSteal


11:09 PM · Nov 6, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Src: https://twitter.com/MichaelCoudrey/status/1324851541166100480