stephen001 wrote: ↑
Thu Dec 10 2020 11:06pm
i was asked where i got my info from, well its from places like these links its here AND all verified
Yeah, you scoffed at "msm" and twitter as sources of information, then as alternatives proceeded to offer some far-right
crud, youtube, the facebook page of a right-wing
hack whose latest piece literally consisted of twitter quotes and more nut-job facebook pages including one of Fox News quoting Breitbart.
Conspiracy theorists, no actual lawyers AND not all verified. Incidentally, that latest story is
also covered by the BBC. They quote a professor who called it "utter garbage" and note that the case is supported by only 18 out of 25 states that voted Republican and some of those are divided with one recognising it to be an "unwise use of taxpayer money" for their own attorney general to join in. The cases already attempted and dismissed were built on sand, such as affidavits that they dare not even claim in court to be valid. They get no traction from judges who do not appreciate lies and hearsay being submitted in place of evidence.
There are, at most, small irregularities which are not unusual and even if they could be proven are unlikely to have affected many votes and won't overturn the result. The election is over. Trump lost by a huge margin. He should reflect on that but probably never will. How about paying some attention to the record deaths from COVID-19 that are being recorded daily in the USA instead of trying to execute as many prisoners as possible
before he is shown the door?