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It appears they used every type of election fraud this election. Even blatantly bribing people to register and vote.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote

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Danny C · @DannyChasan ·
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CALLING ALL PATRIOTS 🇺🇸
⚡️URGENT⚡️

These Arizona State Senators REFUSE to attend Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis’s Hearing!

What do they have scheduled that’s more important then our Presidential election?

They are supposed to be working for us the people!!!

Blow them up and let them know your thoughts.

Karen Fann
602-926-5874
KFann@azleg.gov

Sonny Borrelli
602-926-5051
SBorrelli@azleg.gov

Sylvia Allen
602-926-5409
SAllen@azleg.gov

THIS IS TIME SENSITIVE. 🐸

PLEASE SHARE🙏WWG1WGA

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I'm not sure if the issue in Georgia is Dominion. I suspect it is more about fake ballots and no signature matching, but perhaps we can at least get access to the code.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote
#Kraken #ReleaseTheKraken #ItsKrakening

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Why is this NOT SURPRISING. They just got a court order and of course this comes out as well... ugh HOW CAN IT BE SO OBVIOUS!!!

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Trey Gowdy · @trreygowdy ·
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FOLLOW AND ECHO 🇺🇸👇

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This is what we call witness tampering. Time to arrest this scum bag.

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Tulsi Gabbard and Trey Gowdy may be the only trustable politicians.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote #Pennsylvania

Andrew Sitto Talks About Dems Grabbing Ballots Inside TCF Center Witness claims he saw poll workers filling out straight democrat ballots while Republican poll challenger was forced away. He says that when the military ballots were being counted, the Republican... https://youtu.be/RKoj7pA3TFI

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#CrookedJoe

Joe Biden vastly outperformed Barrack Obama among black voters in the few cities he needed to secure the election. He also dramatically lost ground to Obama among black voters in every other city and state.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote

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The PA Legislature is the ONLY BODY that has the authority to make a final decision on whether or not fraud occurred in the PA election.

If the PA legislature determines that fraud has occurred, then they should also find that Twitter illegally interfered in the election.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote #Pennsylvania

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IMHO this is good news. Claiming that illegal votes become legal because you didn't challenge an illegal policy beforehand is completely stupid. This seems like an easy win in the Supreme Court.

It also basically acknowledges that the changes WERE ILLEGAL, which is good news.

"Rep. Kelly and others should have brought the constitutional challenge before the primary and general elections in 2020 — not after millions of voters in Pennsylvania had already cast their ballots"

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PART 1. I’ve only read the news stories with excerpts of The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling, and I hate to say it, but the basis on which the court dismissed the lawsuit is not entirely unreasonable. The basis for the dismissal is the doctrine of laches, which basically says a person who is aware of a claim cannot sit back and let another person take action that damages that other person. For example, suppose we are neighbors, and you are building a house. I’m aware that the corner of the house you are building is encroaching onto my property. Rather than going to you and saying, “You’re encroaching on my property, stop it,” I let you finish building your house, then I file a lawsuit asking the court to make you tear it down. My lawsuit might be subject to dismissal under the doctrine of laches. I was aware of the facts giving rise to the claim, I could have taken action then, and instead I delayed, to your harm if I’m now allowed to force you to tear down your house.

PART 2. In this case, the PA law expanding mail-in voting was passed in 2019, and the PA Republican legislators who brought this suit did not challenge it then. They could have filed a lawsuit then, and if the law was ruled unconstitutional under PA’s constitution, voters could have voted under the old law. Instead, the primaries and the general election have occurred, and legitimate voters voted by mail under the new law. The Republicans then sued. The PA Sup. Ct. is saying that if the Republicans had sued before the elections, the Court could have held the law unconditional, and voters could have voted under the old law, but since the Republicans waited, the only remedy now would be to throw out the votes of legitimate voters who voted under the new law, to those voters’ prejudice. Yes, there were fraudulent votes under the new vote by mail, but this suit wasn’t about that. It was only about whether the new law was unconstitutional.

PART 3. The two Republican justices on the PA Sup. Ct. agreed the plaintiffs’ claims were barred by laches for this election, but they wanted the court to rule on the constitutionality of the law for future elections, which I think should have been done. Also, this lawsuit claimed the law expanding mail-in voting was unconstitutional under the PA constitution, not the U.S. Constitution, so I doubt the U.S. Sup. Ct. will take the case. I could be wrong, as there could be issues/claims in the suit not covered in the news stories, and I haven’t read the actual pleadings, just the news coverage.

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I think there are quite a few problems with that legal argument.

1) 99.999999999% of voters were not aware of these changes, and voters were harmed by the changes.
2) The argument can ALWAYS be made that you should have complained sooner. Once I had a boss ask me "why didn't you tell me sooner" trying to make her mistake "my fault". My reply was, "I just found out, then walked over and told you".
3) Though the changes may have been known, the damages might not have been known. So if your neighbor puts in new gutters, then weeks later, when it rains, it directs water into your basement, I would think it would be a different story. This is the first election where this disaster was tried, and it was arguably used to commit fraud.
4) Fighting this is probably a million dollar commitment. IMHO arguing that you should have spent a million dollars to prevent this not knowing the impact it would have is pretty ridiculous.

@Shadowpatriot1745 I don’t disagree with any of your points; they’re all valid arguments. My point is that the PA Sup. Ct.’s ruling is not entirely without legal basis, and therefore I think it is unlikely the U.S. Sup. Ct. is going to overturn it. I’m not happy about that, but I don’t think we should delude ourselves. And I absolutely think the mail-in ballots allowed many fraudulent ballots in, but this suit wasn’t about fraudulent ballots. It was about whether the mail-in ballot law itself was constitutional.

My frustration is that Democrats have been running around trying to get rid of all the election security controls by expanding mail-in voting, extending deadlines, waiving verification requirements, allowing ballot harvesting, etc., and they’ve been doing it by passing laws and by filing lawsuits, and the Republicans did not do near enough to fight it before the election. Now, and especially in this case, it has bitten them in the ass.

@Shadowpatriot1745 Sorry for the long posts. On your points 2 & 3, the defendant has to prove that the plaintiff knew about the problem when it was early enough to prevent the harm the plaintiff’s delay has caused the defendant. So in your examples, if you could prove those facts, laches wouldn’t apply. The defendant has to prove the plaintiff knew about the problem earlier, the plaintiff delayed acting, the plaintiff’s delay has harmed the defendant, and it was foreseeable by the plaintiff that the plaintiff’s delay would harm the defendant.

@Vksjd I probably wouldn't normally say this, but I don't know if this case matters anymore. We may have already gotten what we need out of it. A "practice run" may have been all we need. It seems to me that we could bring a new lawsuit on behalf of voters who just became aware of the law, we could possibly add plaintiffs that weren't aware, or we could bring a different fraud-based lawsuit. I'm not an expert on the law, however those seem like possibilities to me.

To be completely honest, we are playing a game of chicken with democrats. They need us to swerve. We just need to not swerve. However, they probably have a bigger microphone to scream at us that WE need to swerve.

@Shadowpatriot1745 I think the best bet is going to be proving actual fraud, by witnesses, data analysis, and computer experts. I also think the votes in Pennsylvania that were received after the deadline, which votes Justice Alito ordered segregated, are likely to get tossed if they make a difference. At this point, I’m not up to date on the number of those votes versus the margin. If they don’t change the result, the Supreme Court is likely to just call it moot and punt.

@Vksjd Yeah, I think we are fairly like-minded on this. One of the things that occurred to me, is that the SC could declare that enough fraud happened that the legislatures have to decide.

The presidential election has deadlines that the state can't change. State elections can be "fixed" by having another election. Not so for the Presidential election. If the SC says the elections in WI, PA, & Ga had enough fraud to set aside the counts, then kicks it back to the legislature to decide, then Trump can win.

The executive branch in the states would be cut out of the process. They don't really have much authority anyway. This would also make the argument of whether the legislature has to pass a law to reclaim authority moot.

That could also spread out the responsibility for undoing the fraud and give the appearance that the judicial (SC), legislative (state), and executive branch (president) all agree that there was massive fraud.

I think that might be the best outcome.

CNN: Terrorists getting nuclear weapons has been slowed, and why that is a bad thing.

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Elsewhere it is being reported that this amounts to over 100K illegal ballots (between the two counties).

"The Trump campaign objected Friday in Dane County to the counting of all absentee ballots that do not have a corresponding written application on file and asked that all 69,000 absentee ballots cast in-person in Dane County not count."

"The campaign was expected to make the same objection in Milwaukee County."

#TrumpWonWisconsin

CNN admits Joe Biden might lose the election.

#Trump2020 #MAGA #KAG

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Oh they must have burst into flames just saying it.

Their main goal was to start a civil war....their hope was to get Biden elected as well.

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When they started changing election rules (illegally) I thought they were taking a huge risk of starting a civil war.

They probably should have paid for fraudulent votes, and ballot harvesting with cash.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote
#Kraken #ReleaseTheKraken #ItsKrakening

Isabel Rosa Araujo, formerly known as Philip Vincent Haskins-Delici, 35, is a violent transgender Antifa militant responsible for randomly tear gassing innocent conservatives.

He/she/it has tried very hard to remain unknown. You know what to do ✅

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Buddyboy53 · @Buddyboy53 ·
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Anyone know his address? Make it viral.

Isabel Rosa Araujo, formerly known as Philip Vincent Haskins-Delici, 35, is a violent transgender Antifa militant responsible for randomly tear gassing innocent conservatives.

He/she/it has tried very hard to remain unknown. You know what to do ✅

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Buddyboy53 · @Buddyboy53 ·
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Anyone know his address? Make it viral.

#AntifaWatch

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What a piece of excrement this person is.

36 time increase in incomplete voter registrations showing no birthdate, or unknown sex. It accounts for 1/3 of the vote margin between President Trump and Joe Biden.

#ElectionFraud #RiggedElection #VoterFraud #BallotHarvesting #StopTheSteal #VerifyEveryVote

THANK YOU, SIDNEY POWELL FOR YOUR UNWAVERING EFFORT TO DEFEND OUR CONSTITUTION.

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Even if Joe Biden wasn't involved in the fraud, he knows about it and fraudulently took federal funds. He should return that money ASAP.

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#Kraken #ReleaseTheKraken #ItsKrakening

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The dozen belated disclosures that turned the tide in Michael Flynn’s case | Just The News

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Sullivan should face disbarment & criminal charges for what he’s done. Outlandish behavior from any officer of the court!!!