Dominion election software

Haggis

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Yeah I've read the Pelosi link.

And this is the rest of it.

It’s true that Elshami is part of a lobbying team representing Dominion, according to public disclosures.

However, that team also includes Brian Wild, who counts Republicans such as former House Speaker John Boehner and former Vice President Dick Cheney among his past bosses. Jared Thomas, a longtime aide to Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, has also lobbied for Dominion.



And if you're referring to the $25,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation by Dominion, then sure. But they also donated to Republican Senate, Mitch McConnell.


Now I don't agree with donations made by Dominion to any political party or affiliates of that party. But it's rather one-sided to only include Democrats.
He's just a shill, mate. He's never, EVER going to take any approach other than "Dems/leftists are bad."

Pointing out that they also donated to McConnell, and expecting that to register? You must be dreaming. This guy is hard pressed to even know who McConnell is. Let alone anything that he's spent the last decade doing. :patsch

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Clarence Worley

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Yeah I've seen that screenshot all over the place. It's legit.

But what are you trying to link here? What does it prove?
The smoking gun will obviously come out later but it’s clearly far from acceptable and basically totally unnecessary. American democracy got hacked basically
 

Haggis

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It’s okay, most of us are numb to mindless spam having had to suffer through MichiganWarrior’s and SwollenGoat’s posts for the last 3 years. Funny, I don’t recall you ardently opposing any of the spam from those two champions.

To be clear, I think the election fraud claims are spurious at best.
Are you under the impression that you do anything other than spam these threads with off-topic garbage?

Goat posts about the administration. He posts news articles, and gives his own take on them. In short, he talks about the Trump admin in the Trump admin thread.

What the fuck do YOU do?

When's the last time YOU contributed an on-topic post, instead of worthless, bitchy spam?

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Jack

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Yeah I've read the Pelosi link.

And this is the rest of it.

It’s true that Elshami is part of a lobbying team representing Dominion, according to public disclosures.

However, that team also includes Brian Wild, who counts Republicans such as former House Speaker John Boehner and former Vice President Dick Cheney among his past bosses. Jared Thomas, a longtime aide to Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, has also lobbied for Dominion.



And if you're referring to the $25,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation by Dominion, then sure. But they also donated to Republican Senate, Mitch McConnell.


Now I don't agree with donations made by Dominion to any political party or affiliates of that party. But it's rather one-sided to only include Democrats.
I completely agree, I've said that before. I think the idea of politicians being affiliated with a company that decides elections is ridiculous, it doesn't matter what affiliation they are. It's just wrong on principle, voting should always remain impartial yet do we honestly think that a former Peolsi chief of staff is impartial? Of course not, these people have made their living in politics - and it's a particularly dirty fight at the moment - so it's not like it's a meaningless connection.

There's no evidence yet that there's enough corruption here to overturn a decision and I think it's unlikely they will be. However, what this election has shown is that there are too many doors left ajar for people who do want to commit fraud, whether that's by voting on behalf of the elderly or potentially more. The system needs to be simplified, that's very clear.

Just a point on the connections between Dominion and Republicans, that's certainly true but that doesn't mean much. We know that the establishment are against Trump, they always have been, and that's from both the Republicans and Democrats. People like Dick Cheney are more of an ally to the Democrat establishment than they are to Trump, just like Obama was more of an ally to the Republican establishment than to people like Bernie. It's not necessarily "Democrats vs. Republicans", but rather "establishment vs. outsiders", and we know how the Democrats have used dirty tricks in the past against Bernie, just as they would do in the future against progressives in their party. The 'swamp' is full of politicians from both sides.
 
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The smoking gun will obviously come out later but it’s clearly far from acceptable and basically totally unnecessary. American democracy got hacked basically
Yet here's a broad coalition of top government and industry (Cybersecurity) Officials claiming that it's the safest election to date.


Full list of names and statement here -

 

steviebruno

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I completely agree, I've said that before. I think the idea of politicians being affiliated with a company that decides elections is ridiculous, it doesn't matter what affiliation they are. It's just wrong on principle, voting should always remain impartial yet do we honestly think that a former Peolsi chief of staff is impartial? Of course not, these people have made their living in politics - and it's a particularly dirty fight at the moment - so it's not like it's a meaningless connection.

There's no evidence yet that there's enough corruption here to overturn a decision and I think it's unlikely they will be. However, what this election has shown is that there are too many doors left ajar for people who do want to commit fraud, whether that's by voting on behalf of the elderly or potentially more. The system needs to be simplified, that's very clear.

Just a point on the connections between Dominion and Republicans, that's certainly true but that doesn't mean much. We know that the establishment are against Trump, they always have been, and that's from both the Republicans and Democrats. People like Dick Cheney are more of an ally to the Democrat establishment than they are to Trump, just like Obama was more of an ally to the Republican establishment than to people like Bernie. It's not necessarily "Democrats vs. Republicans", but rather "establishment vs. outsiders", and we know how the Democrats have used dirty tricks in the past against Bernie, just as they would do in the future against progressives in their party. The 'swamp' is full of politicians from both sides.
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Interesting...The Republican establishment was so against Trump that they didn't allow any witnesses to even testify during his impeachment trial. Even now, they won't admit that he lost the election... but now you're implying that they conspired to remove Trump from office, which they could've done in January. Smh.
 

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I completely agree, I've said that before. I think the idea of politicians being affiliated with a company that decides elections is ridiculous, it doesn't matter what affiliation they are. It's just wrong on principle, voting should always remain impartial yet do we honestly think that a former Peolsi chief of staff is impartial? Of course not, these people have made their living in politics - and it's a particularly dirty fight at the moment - so it's not like it's a meaningless connection.

There's no evidence yet that there's enough corruption here to overturn a decision and I think it's unlikely they will be. However, what this election has shown is that there are too many doors left ajar for people who do want to commit fraud, whether that's by voting on behalf of the elderly or potentially more. The system needs to be simplified, that's very clear.

Just a point on the connections between Dominion and Republicans, that's certainly true but that doesn't mean much. We know that the establishment are against Trump, they always have been, and that's from both the Republicans and Democrats. People like Dick Cheney are more of an ally to the Democrat establishment than they are to Trump, just like Obama was more of an ally to the Republican establishment than to people like Bernie. It's not necessarily "Democrats vs. Republicans", but rather "establishment vs. outsiders", and we know how the Democrats have used dirty tricks in the past against Bernie, just as they would do in the future against progressives in their party. The 'swamp' is full of politicians from both sides.
 

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I completely agree, I've said that before. I think the idea of politicians being affiliated with a company that decides elections is ridiculous, it doesn't matter what affiliation they are. It's just wrong on principle, voting should always remain impartial yet do we honestly think that a former Peolsi chief of staff is impartial? Of course not, these people have made their living in politics - and it's a particularly dirty fight at the moment - so it's not like it's a meaningless connection.

There's no evidence yet that there's enough corruption here to overturn a decision and I think it's unlikely they will be. However, what this election has shown is that there are too many doors left ajar for people who do want to commit fraud, whether that's by voting on behalf of the elderly or potentially more. The system needs to be simplified, that's very clear.

Just a point on the connections between Dominion and Republicans, that's certainly true but that doesn't mean much. We know that the establishment are against Trump, they always have been, and that's from both the Republicans and Democrats. People like Dick Cheney are more of an ally to the Democrat establishment than they are to Trump, just like Obama was more of an ally to the Republican establishment than to people like Bernie. It's not necessarily "Democrats vs. Republicans", but rather "establishment vs. outsiders", and we know how the Democrats have used dirty tricks in the past against Bernie, just as they would do in the future against progressives in their party. The 'swamp' is full of politicians from both sides.
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Haggis

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Interesting...The Republican establishment was so against Trump that they didn't allow any witnesses to even testify during his impeachment trial. Even now, they won't admit that he lost the election... but now you're implying that they conspired to remove Trump from office, which they could've done in January. Smh.
Yep.

They conspired to remove him from office.



Look at how much the GOP wanted to kick him out of office! :rolleyes

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steviebruno

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I don't even think he is. I think he genuinely believes that he isn't a low-information, gullible tribalist cunt.

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Oh, he's good at what he does; no question. I wasn't sure myself... but he overplayed his hand in his response to @Meast . It's one thing to have an opinion on COVID or whatever, but another thing entirely to create a persecutory conspiracy and use contradicting facts to actually support and further develop said conspiracy.

You see, @Jack is like a CHB software feature that is programmed to never be wrong. The more you challenge it, the more convoluted and complex the algorithms become... all to arrive right back at the original statement.
 

Jack

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Interesting...The Republican establishment was so against Trump that they didn't allow any witnesses to even testify during his impeachment trial. Even now, they won't admit that he lost the election... but now you're implying that they conspired to remove Trump from office, which they could've done in January. Smh.
I think you're jumping to some massive conclusions there.

I'm not saying that anyone conspired against Trump, either Democrat or Republican. Of course the Republicans aren't sat there thinking "we need to get rid of Trump as soon as possible!" the day after he was voted in, that's absurd but you know I'm not saying that either, which is why you acting like this is a little bit strange. I'm saying that the political system is corrupt, endorsed by people on both sides, and is there to protect the establishment politicians, even when it goes against outsiders like Bernie and Trump, so it's no surprise that people like Dick Cheney are doing the same things that Nancy Pelosi is doing.

The funny thing is, if I was as wrong as you'd love to think I am, you'd be able to challenge those points but you don't. You're mastering the art of the strawman because you know people like Haggis and SwollenGoat are too unintelligent to see what you're doing, so will give you likes anyway. Imagine that, making up nonsense arguments just so people who have racially abused you and relentlessly attacked your religious views will like you.
 

Haggis

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The funny thing is, if I was as wrong as you'd love to think I am, you'd be able to challenge those points but you don't.
How many tens of thousands of words have you typed about the fake news lying media without EVER - even one single time - so much as mentioning the very existence of this guy?


Ballpark figure?

10,000 words about the fake news lying partisan media without EVER so much as mentioning the owner of the biggest fake news network on three continents, do you think?

50,000?

100,000?

You seriously reckon that the reason why you're not being "challenged" is because nobody can show you how objectively wrong and helplessly biased you are on a number of subjects......... and not because anyone who responds with anything other than "great post m8, agree with everything", gets put on ignore. :lol::patsch

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