What "FRED" told "DONALD".

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What Papa FRED told Donald.

FRED: "No matter what you do in life, NEVER do THIS !

DONALD: "What, what is it"

FRED: NEVER, EVER be a " L O S E R " ! ! ! ! !

( Methinks the ORANGE - TURD wasn't paying attention, OR else, Didn't get the Message )
 

eolesen

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Shocker, Trump continues to live rent free in Bears' head.

How much does your own life have to suck that you find the need to fixate on the results of an election from six months ago to the degree that you do?...
 
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How much does your own life have to suck that you find the need to fixate on the results of an election from six months ago to the degree that you do?...
YOu might ask that of the GOP in Arizona. And Trump. And quite a few REpubliicans. How come they are fixated on an election from 6 months ago and are unable to accept that they lost?
 
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eolesen

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There's a big difference between election officials doing their job in maintaining/auditing election integrity, and some blowhard from New England who has to post something derogatory about Trump on a weekly basis.

As far as the AZ audit goes.... I do find it ironic that many of the same people who continually claim "there's no such thing as coordinated or widespread election because it's never been proven" are the ones howling the loudest about audits being done in AZ and possibly GA. Since the results were already certified, all it will do is prove the results were accurate, or that the courts erred by ignoring the challenges that were raised before certification.

Even if the AZ election were to be decertified, it wouldn't change the electoral college vote. Worst it could really do is unseat Mark Kelly from his Senate seat and perhaps cause a bit of a Constitutional crisis over any Senate votes that were approved by a simple majority....
 
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YOu might ask that of the GOP in Arizona. And Trump. And quite a few REpubliicans. How come they are fixated on an election from 6 months ago and are unable to accept that they lost?

EXCELLENT Point, KCF, EXCELLENT Point !

Worse Yet, is that the " BIGGEST L O S E R ", has the BAWLS' to think that his SORRY Arse will get Elected again in ' 24'. (NOT that JESUS is EVER going to come again, BUT, it's a safer bet that he would/could, before the ORANGE-Turd could EVER get elected again ) !!!!!!!!!!
 

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There's a big difference between election officials doing their job in maintaining/auditing election integrity, and some blowhard from New England who has to post something derogatory about Trump on a weekly basis.

As far as the AZ audit goes.... I do find it ironic that many of the same people who continually claim "there's no such thing as coordinated or widespread election because it's never been proven" are the ones howling the loudest about audits being done in AZ and possibly GA. Since the results were already certified, all it will do is prove the results were accurate, or that the courts erred by ignoring the challenges that were raised before certification.

Even if the AZ election were to be decertified, it wouldn't change the electoral college vote. Worst it could really do is unseat Mark Kelly from his Senate seat and perhaps cause a bit of a Constitutional crisis over any Senate votes that were approved by a simple majority....

You wouldn't hear any howling if they had someone besides a conspiracy theorist who believes that Trump won and who has no audit experience heading it up. I know that every single republican and Trump supporters are honest beyond belief...and they would NEVER be tempted to make an eensy "mistake" that might show that their guy won and cast doubt on the rest of the states....however unfounded the doubt may be.

I find two things rather hard to believe....first, that many otherwise intelligent people are buying into the big lie that Trump won, based on nothing more than the word of one man....who has a track record of lying pretty much every time his lips move. And second - cannot see how an organization led by a person who buys into conspiracy theories of bamboo ballots and stolen elections is the one heading up the "audit" of an election. Be honest with me here...if George Soros funded a group to investigate the Arizona election results, would you be okay with that?
 

eolesen

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Meh, whatever.

Two months ago, it was a conspiracy theory that the Wuhan Virus could have escaped from a lab.

Suddenly it's plausible again?...

When yesterday's conspiracy theorists are suddenly looking like the ones who got it right, you might want to be careful in labeling everyone with a different tilt on things as batshit (or perhaps batmeat from a wet market?) crazy...

I love how Progressive Socialists (your side is no longer actually interested in Democracy...) are mass-attacking the funding of the audit as a way to try and pre-emptively discredit any potential findings. I wish your enthusiasm extended to who funds actual election campaigns. Soros doesn't need to fund audits -- he's already bought control of several state/county Attorney Generals who hold investigatory powers.

Finding anyone with this type of audit experience would have been impossible. Certainly none of the Big Four (KPMG, E&Y, Deloitte, PWC) would have touched it because their bread and butter is audits for big Corporates who are run by Wokies and have seen what happens with social media backlash for anyone who is caught offering services to conservatives. Same with the other big firms that focus on forensic accounting -- they won't risk their primary sources of business for something high profile and potentially controversial.

As long as they're following accepted audit processes and procedures, who facilitates and conducts the audit shouldn't be a concern. Neither should the funding, since you have observers from both parties to maintain checks & balances.

Trying to undermine the funding for the audit does gives me hope that the Progressive Socialists are actually afraid of what the audit might find.
 
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