2021 Sep 14, 5:33pm
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For those that argue voter fraud, I think we may be underestimating how many total losers there are in this state.
IT WOULDN'T HAVE MADE ANY DIFFERENCE!!! AND YOU HAVE NO STANDING!
I just can't understand how SFers voted so much against the recall. Yes they are leftoid retards but there must be some sort of breaking point, wallowing in human shit and having to show gestapo papers to enter anything, sky high crime, most restaurants and bars gone or closed. I used to party hard there, now the youth has nothing, the families have nothing, who wants to live there. lol boggles the mind.
they are leftoid retards
Retards from CA move to TX and keep voting same way they did in CA.
The mood isn't particularly leftoid these days. I do think it was pre-stolen with enough mail in ballots and these glitches where votes are suddenly lost but it would have prob failed by a narrow margin anyways
Yep, I know such a family who mounted a huge fight when their kids' school DROPPED the mask mandate. They wanted it back and, sadly, they succeeded. Oh, and their over 12 kids are already "jabbed".
mell saysThe mood isn't particularly leftoid these days. I do think it was pre-stolen with enough mail in ballots and these glitches where votes are suddenly lost but it would have prob failed by a narrow margin anywaysYou are ascribing Californians with an ability to think rationally. I don't think it can be true, since they fucked up their State, perhaps the Greatest State in US of A at one point in past.
As much as I might enjoy the concept that Californians are either dolts or deluded LibbyFucks who won't change their dazed and confused posturing until the Hun have the knives at their throats, I don't really think that is the case. I just think embedded voter fraud has been here for at least five election cycles, is entrenched to the point of being routine, and this is the first time even a few have started to pay attention to it. Attention is the first step, but boy, is there a long road to hoe to reverse this madness.
But this change may come too slow and might be too late at this point.
I suspect eventually more freedom loving people will move out of CA than commies.
Also, cunts like Benioff are now paying for people to move from TX to CA because of the new abortion law, so there will also a flow of commies in the opposite direction.
I won't believe an election like this until the machines are gone and id is required. Unit then I'm assuming they won by fraud.
How does one fix an untrustworthy voting sytem?
The Dems pulled out all the stops in radio/TV adds
That is a reasonable assumption.There should be no machines at all, only paper counted by hand.Counting is not particularly hard. I learned how to count in kindergarten.
just_passing_through says I suspect eventually more freedom loving people will move out of CA than commies.Also, cunts like Benioff are now paying for people to move from TX to CA because of the new abortion law, so there will also a flow of commies in the opposite direction.
ChauvinsKnee saysAlso, cunts like Benioff are now paying for people to move from TX to CA because of the new abortion law, so there will also a flow of commies in the opposite direction.This is just liberal blabber of the same type as "If trump wins I am moving to Canada". None of them went through with it then, none of them will move out of TX now.
But you will keep on voting.
Whatever I can do to make it more difficult yes.
Like the French restaurant maître d during the occupation in WW2 who did his part for the resistance by giving the Nazi officers a table in a drafty spot?
Would it help if I told ya I stopped recycling this year haha... I fucking hate this place. I'm going my part to fill up the land fill with batteries n' stuff.
I presume you are joking,
HeadSet saysI presume you are joking,Joking and exaggerating. I still recycle batteries and electronics and stuff. Not so much the other crap that they put in land fills anyway anymore though. Not while I'm here.
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