Get out and vote today.

Assuming it matters.  George Soros has been spending big bucks to control the system.  And he’s just getting started:

The documents reveal that the Soros campaign fueled litigation attacking election integrity measures, such as citizenship verification and voter ID. It funded long-term efforts to fundamentally transform election administration — including the creation of databases that were marketed to state governments for use in voter verification. It propped up left-leaning media to attack reports of voter fraud, and conducted racially and ideologically targeted voter registration drives.

The racially targeted voter registration drives were executed at the same time Soros dollars were funding other public relations efforts to polarize racial minority groups by scaring them about the loss of voting rights and the dangers of police officers.

The Soros documents reveal hundreds of millions of dollars being poured into the effort to transform the legal and media environment touching on elections. One document notes that poverty-alleviation programs are being de-emphasized for this new effort. It states: “George Soros has authorized U.S. Programs to propose a budget of $320 million over two years, with the understanding that the annual budget for U.S. Programs will be $150 million beginning in 2013.”

To have a functional democracy, it’s important for people to trust their fellow citizens’ motives.

I don’t know that there’s any way to trust the motives of people who are floating on a raft of Sorosbucks.

41 thoughts on “Rigged

  1. Soros is merely greasing a machine that is already running smoothly.

    Anyone that can watch Bozo the Comey stomp around in his big shoes and not see the blue clown car chasing him is fit for DG’s FACTCHECK posse.

    I’m watching Venezuela carefully. It’s nearing complete collapse now, and I think it is useful to see how much pain a population used to poverty and corruption will absorb before heads start rolling.


    It is my hope that Americans, used to top of the line standards of living, will take corrective measures in a period commensurate with their superior starting point. That is to say things should start to get ugly about the time cellular phone time nears $1 a minute again.

  2. It is my hope that Americans, used to top of the line standards of living [and the illusion they are in control of their destinies]….

  3. Alright, so all power goes to whoever get 50% + 1.
    Ideally, to control the most offices, you would spread your money around to get just that 50% + 1 in the largest number of elections — if you knew exactly how much to spend to get to 50% + 1.
    Modern tech makes it much easier to get the dollars spent/votes gained ratio correct. So There are going to be a lot more close elections, and in close elections, voter fraud is a bigger factor. So is lawyering.
    In the ideal world of progressives, everyone would be required to hand in a blank ballot, and the lawyers would argue about how the count is divided up. That is their idea of democracy.
    So what Soros and the Brennan Center are doing is they are prepping the battle space. They want elections separated by, say, <1000 votes, and more than that number of uncounted, disputed ballots. The the lawyers pick the winner. That is what the the states' attorney general project was about.

  4. Worked like a charm for Franken, Jethrene. I was highly amused listening to leftist slobs mewling about how transparent the process of recounting the tainted absentee ballots was while a 250+ Coleman lead melted like an ice cream cone on a hot summer day.

  5. You can always tell when Emery is using his own material; appoximately six, meaningless, single syllable words.

  6. You just have to read what the Democrats and their allies have written Emery. They aren’t secretive about there plans. They would use different words than I do.
    Ask Senator Coleman about the Dems plans for deciding close elections.

  7. If I was a politician or party big wig running a candidate, I would have a contingency plan to get as many f*cking provisional and challenged ballots as possible. Doesn’t matter if they get counted or not. And if the race was close I would hijack a car if necessary to get those boxes down to where ever they are counted, and I would bring lawyers.
    What you do not want to see is a headline on Wednesday morning saying your client has lost the election. You want the headline to say that the election is disputed and there are court orders and lawsuits flying around.
    It does not matter a bit whether or not your junk ballots were cast legally or not. What matters is what a judge says about them.
    “The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.” – Joseph Stalin”

  8. You will feel better about yourself in a few years when you can honestly say you didn’t vote for Trump.

  9. Standing in line to vote. Real Americans everywhere I look. It’s a thing of beauty

  10. You will feel better about yourself in a few years when you can honestly say you didn’t vote for Trump.

    I already feel good about saying I didn’t vote for Hillary. Something about voting for a power-hungry enabler of a serial philanderer/sexual harassment perpetrator/rapist that makes one’s skin crawl…

  11. Have you noticed that almost every election contest has turned on absentee ballots? That’s because nobody stands there to watch you cast your vote. Minnesota’s Early Voting system just generated two months worth of absentee ballots. That we know of. They will be opened and counted along with the regular votes cast in the precincts, supposedly after ensuring that the voter did not show up in person to vote (which cancels the absentee ballot) but inevitably, “mistakes” will be made and people will vote twice for Hillary. At least. Absentee, where registered, at college by student ID, uptown by friend vouching, and none of it will be prosecuted by Democrat County Attorneys so Liberals will insist there is no voter fraud. And that’s not to mention dead voters who still appear on the voting rolls but did not appear in person (being dead and all) but who still managed to cast an absentee ballot.

  12. Look out or Emery will think you’re paranoid if you don’t ignore all evidence of vote “rigging”.

    What an idiot.

  13. Here is some election day fun: https://www.brennancenter.org/sites/default/files/legacy/The%20Truth%20About%20Voter%20Fraud.pdf
    That is the Brennan center report most media outlets, poli-sci courses, and Democrat attorney generals use when they discuss voter fraud. It is their bible, with all of the arguments, terms of discussion, etc.
    You need to know that this is an opinion piece by a highly partisan source. The Brennan Center believes in open borders, that illegal aliens should be able to vote, etc. These are its stated positions.
    In the document, you will find a definition of voter fraud:
    What Is Voter Fr aud?
    “Voter fraud” is fraud by voters.
    More precisely, “voter fraud” occurs when individuals cast ballots despite knowing that they are ineligible to
    vote, in an attempt to defraud the election system.1

    So ‘voter fraud’ is fraud by voters. Not by party officials who stuff ballot boxes, not by ineligible voters fraudulently registering to vote, and not by any person who cannot be proven to have attempted to defraud the election system.
    Notice that they are describing a legal offense — voter fraud — in a paper written by a lawyer, published by a legal non-profit foundation (Brennan Center for Justice). You might think that you are reading a legal definition of voter fraud.
    But you aren’t.
    The foot note to the definition you are given points here:
    1. See also Minnite, The Politics of Voter Fraud, supra note 12, at 6 (offering a similar definition).
    The source is a white paper, a pamphlet really, written by a political scientist, who offered an academic definition of voter fraud for the purposes of advising get-out-the-vote groups. The purpose of the paper is to differentiate between voter fraud and electoral fraud (an organized conspiracy to turn an election),
    Here is the document referred to:
    The footnote says “See also Minnite, The Politics of Voter Fraud, supra note 12, at 6 (offering a similar definition).”
    This means that the person who wrote the Brennan Center paper simply invented his definition of voter fraud, and is trying to justify his definition by using a similar definition, offered by a political scientist, for entirely different purposes than the author of the Brennan Center uses the definition.

  14. Joe Doakes…absentee. It used to be absentee ballots were used rarely, and it would be a situation where a trucker would stop in a the courthouse on Thursday, saying he is leaving for a long haul on Sunday, so needs to vote.

    Now absentee/early voting is used as a tool to win elections. Including going through nursing homes or sending vans out and picking up homeless people to vote. The chance for fraud is much larger.
    Also, watching Channel 9 this morning and a Minneapolis election official was bragging about how to vote, all you have to do is show up at a polling place today. Don’t worry about registering ahead of time.

  15. Look out or Emery will think you’re paranoid if you don’t ignore all evidence of vote “rigging”.

    The only facts and evidence eTASS believes are the one he dreamt of himself. Like the GDP numbers for instance. As he had so eloquently stated in another post – he had never been wrong. Ever. Not on Brexit, nor history, nor economics, not anything! Yep, idiot indeed.

  16. I would also point out, that according to the Costco app, there is no sale on aluminum foil. FACT CHECK!

  17. He was wrong about the Brexit leading to a recession this year. Categorically.
    I rarely make predictions, but I will repeat my earlier presidential election 2016 prediction: the winner will not win by ten percentage points or more. How the electoral college shakes out is anyone’s guess.

  18. Great takedown of Vox at Current Affairs: https://www.currentaffairs.org/2016/11/explaining-it-all
    It’s not your imagination, the elite are idiots.
    I like the part where Robinson explains that the reason the articles in The Economist don’t have bylines is because if they did the readers would find out that most of The Economist‘s writers were younger than twenty five and drop their subs.

  19. SSOLS Emery, people will feel different years from now, some better, some worse, but you will still be a stinking sack of liquid shit.

  20. I’ve voted absentee for years because I can honestly say I’ll be out of the state on election day. Today, I was very glad I’d done that. The lines were massive and unlike anything I’ve seen in the past 10 years.

  21. Regarding vote rigging, it’s worth noting that voting appears to be the only “system” in the world without an audit. Try getting ISO certification without self-audits and annual audits, including corrective actions. For that matter, the voter rolls are more or less an inventory of voters–and what sane business tries to run itself without doing annual physical (or other applicable) inventory?

    I’m not a CPA, but I quite frankly am pretty sure that trying to do so would probably get some people put in jail. It’s time to put requirements for clear audits into voting procedures, and then compel prosecutors to take action to punish those who ignore these requirements.

    Worst that would happen is that we would have clear evidence that, within certain ranges, our voter rolls are clean. Best that would happen is that we’d find, and eliminate/jail, a lot of people who have been throwing our elections the wrong way.

  22. bb, the reprobate Democrat response to charges of vote fraud is “they haven’t found any”. Well, that’s true…because no one ever looked for it.

    The reprobates are hard at work to get funding to do “gun violence research”, ie: collect bogus data they can use to disarm Americans. But try suggesting we fund independent research into the integrity of our elections…pffft.

    Jethrene has it just right. The left has turned it’s battle lines over to the lawyers. They’ve done so well in the courts they’ve spent years packing with reprobates, it is only logical that they do so. Just look at all the cases the Democrat party has filed ahead of this election; they are loading up the system like a machine gun ammo belt.

    The system is rigged; it’s time for dirty tricks and monkey wrenching from the right.

  23. A couple of observations from this morning.

    I had to go over to Lakeville this morning to visit a customer. Between 35W and Dodd Road going down county road 50, I counted 110 Trump signs to zero HilLIARy. After I left, I drove around a bit and saw at least 50 more. Jason Lewis signs outnumbered the lying pig’s 6:1.

    Regarding voter ID, the Libidiots are doing all they can to move us to one world government, giving up our sovereignty. Since this is the only country in the world that doesn’t require an ID to vote, I wonder how the elites will handle that little detail?

  24. BB: Consider this. A student from NC going to the Macalester. Same day registers at the University precinct and votes here, using whatever address said student currently lives at, including a residence hall. Said student also absentee votes in NC. Chance of detecting such double vote? Nil.

  25. Since this topic is one of DG’s hot buttons, can you imagine the voluminous pages long post sitting and wasting valuable bitpsace in Mitch’s moderation queue?


  26. Loren, Swiftee; exactly why the ISO and other accrediting bodies require audits. No? Really, the basic practices from which the government tries to exempt itself have to be seen to be believed.

  27. My, my, my… Could it be the first time evah that eTASS had been wrong? Tsk, tsk, tsk. Speak in small letters cause he will have one heck of a hangover tomorrow morning. Our only hope he will take Bab’s lead and move (back) to Canadeh.

  28. One of the reasons it took so long to call PA was because of all the provisional ballots. Looks like I was 100% on the mark in this thread.

  29. And nevertrumper David French is gracious:

    I have never been more wrong about anything in my life than I’ve been in my assessment of Donald Trump’s political prospects. I discounted him in the primary, and I was discounting him in the general election all the way until about 9:30 p.m. on election night. He is now my president-elect and the future commander-in-chief of the most powerful military the world has ever seen. I pray earnestly and unambiguously that God may bless him, grant him wisdom, and open his ears to wise counsel. I pray earnestly and unambiguously that I end up being just as wrong about his character and capabilities as I was about his political prospects. I want him to be good, to be wise, and to be worthy of the Oval Office.

    Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner

  30. So Hillary won’t concede.
    I guarantee, what her and Podesta, and the rest of her posse are doing is conferencing with friendly states attorney generals and mayors about how many provisional ballots they’ve got, and the chances of using them in a legal challenge.
    They are also conferencing with friendly media, trying to get them retract their “Trump Won!” headlines and support team Hillary’s “stolen election” narrative.
    It’s a long shot, but it is all they’ve got.
    They’ve got 24 hours, I reckon.

  31. Well, I called it.

    Trump is president and Emery is still a Stinking Sack Of Liquid Shit

  32. So Hillary did concede, to Trump, right about the time Podesta was telling her crowd that it wasn’t over yet. Graceless.



  34. The Secret Service better double their staffing and coverage for the next few years. I confidently predict multiple attempts on his life.

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