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I have doubts about the British media with their apparent dislike of Trump. Whenever the BBC mention Trump and his campaign re electoral fraud it always starts by saying that he has no evidence. The same with the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and the Times. I have not seen any evidence mentioned that supported his case.

If you look at the gellerreport site then you will see that masses of evidence are quoted. Also look at frontpagemagazine and americanthinker. One would think that as Rudy Giuliani was leading the Trump campaign it would merit at least a mention but I have not noticed one.

Is the British media on a par with the US media?

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sum wrote:I have doubts about the British media with their apparent dislike of Trump.
As I keep pointing out, progressive antagonism to Trump is based mainly on one thing: his comments regarding Muslim immigration. His recorded words from way back about grabbing women's genitals would not by themselves have sparked those massive demos in England against his visit there.
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sum wrote:
Mon Nov 16, 2020 12:01 pm
I have doubts about the British media with their apparent dislike of Trump. Whenever the BBC mention Trump and his campaign re electoral fraud it always starts by saying that he has no evidence. The same with the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and the Times. I have not seen any evidence mentioned that supported his case.
The same here in Holland sum. And they fill their papers with lots of anti Trump articles like that stupid article that Trump got a role in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York by blackmail :clueless:

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Media takes heat for ignoring violent attacks on Trump supporters at MAGA rally

Douglas Murray dubs ANTIFA 'para-military fascist' group

'The Madness of Crowds' author Douglas Murray recalls ANTIFA violence in reaction to MAGA March riots on 'Fox & Friends Weekend.'

Conservatives criticized members of the media for failing to cover violence against President Trump's supporters at the so-called Million MAGA March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

"I want to hear Joe Biden and Kamala Harris condemn Antifa/BLM criminals who assaulted and harassed peaceful demonstrators in DC today, including elderly and families," political strategist Doug Stafford wrote on Twitter on Saturday. "Of course they won’t. And 'media' won’t make them."

"Watching video of people being assaulted and mobbed by BLM/Antifa in DC tonight brings back awful memories. Want an example of media bias? When Rand Paul and I spoke out about our mob assault, the AP reported our claim was 'without evidence' despite 10 minutes of video," Paul's wife Kelley Ashby Paul wrote on Twitter.

The Pauls were surrounded by what the senator described as a "crazed mob" after the Republican National Convention in August.

Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., said the "media blackout" was "terrible" and "telling."

"The President’s supporters have a right to peacefully rally supporting POTUS just like his opponents have that same right," Zeldin wrote on Twitter. "The physical assaults today by violent leftists targeting his supporters is abhorrent. The near total media blackout of the violence is terrible... [and] telling."

Several thousand Trump supporters protested election results and then hailed Trump's passing motorcade before nighttime clashes with counterdemonstrators sparked fistfights, at least one stabbing and at least 20 arrests.

After night fell, the relatively peaceful demonstrations in Washington turned from tense to violent.

"When violent far left wing extremists organize violence online, you can always count on the Twitter hall monitors to ignore it," political commentator Mike Cernovich wrote on Twitter, calling members of the media "Antifa propagandists."

Cernovich shared screenshots of NBC News' Ben Collins and CNN's Andrew Kaczynski tweeting about White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany's response to the march and Kyle Rittenhouse, who allegedly killed two protesters and wounded a third during unrest in Kenosha, Wis.

"Actual violence caught on video tonight – multiple horrific instances – and here’s what the media guys who REALLY CARE ABOUT EXTREMISM are posting," Cernovich wrote.

Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump tweeted that "the media's near total silence about the physical violence being perpetrated against conservatives is ahmeful & dangerous."

"Just image the outrage and indignation if this went the other way," Trump continued, calling for attackers to be prosecuted.

Blexit founder Candace Owens shared footage of a young Trump-supporting couple being rushed by counterprotesters in Washington, D.C.

"Black Lives Matter and Antifa represent the absolute vermin of our society," Owens wrote on Twitter. "They were created as the marxist foot soldiers of the Democrat Party and given a pass by the leftist-controlled media. Pray for this young woman who was attacked."

The marchers included members of the Proud Boys, a neo-fascist group known for street brawling with ideological opponents at political rallies.

Multiple confrontations appeared later in the day as small groups of Trump supporters attempted to enter the area around Black Lives Matter Plaza, about a block from the White House, where several hundred anti-Trump demonstrators had gathered.

In a pattern that kept repeating itself, those Trump supporters who approached the area were harassed, doused with water and saw their MAGA hats and pro-Trump flags snatched and burned, amid cheers. As night fell, multiple police lines kept the two sides
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What next?

https://gellerreport.com/2020/11/comput ... hina.html/

Sub domains go back to China!

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About 73% Biden Vote Margin Gain in PA from Areas Given $18 Million by Zuckerberg-Funded ‘Safe Elections’ Project

Most of Joe Biden’s 221,751 vote margin gain in Georgia, compared to Hillary Clinton’s performance in 2016, came from three metropolitan Atlanta counties that received more than $15 million from the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) “safe elections” project.

Those three counties — Cobb, Fulton, and Gwinnett–accounted for 168,703 of Biden’s 221,751 vote margin gain, or 76 percent.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckeberg and his wife donated $350 million between September 1 and October 31 to the CTCL “safe elections” project, as Breitbart News reported.

Critics say those funds were used to privatize the administration of the 2020 election and help Democrats Get-Out-the-Vote.
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sum wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 9:09 pm
Shredding data?

https://gellerreport.com/2020/11/sidney ... ents.html/

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I actually can’t wait for Trump’s legal team to present the fraude in court. But they must be given time to get it together.

I hope it will be good.
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Democrat Judges don't want to look at the evidence of voters fraud.


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  • STATEMENT FROM SIDNEY POWELL TO "WE THE PEOPLE"

    I agree with the campaign's statement that I am not part of the campaign's legal team. I never signed a retainer agreement or sent the President or the campaign a bill for my expenses or fees.

    My intent has always been to expose all the fraud I could find and let the chips fall where they may--whether it be upon Republicans or Democrats.

    The evidence I'm compiling is overwhelming that this software tool was used to shift millions of votes from President Trump and other Republican candidates to Biden and other Democrat candidates. We are proceeding to prepare our lawsuit and plan to file it this week. It will be epic.

    We will not allow this great Republic to be stolen by communists from without and within or our votes altered or manipulated by foreign actors in Hong Kong, Iran, Venezuela, or Serbia, for example, who have neither regard for human life nor the people who are the engine of this exceptional country.

    #WeThePeople elected Donald Trump and other Republican candidates to restore the vision of America as a place of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

    Sidney Powell
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Donald Trump says it's a 'very hard thing to concede' election but admits he WILL leave the White House when the time comes although he won't say if he'll attend Joe Biden's inauguration

President Donald Trump on Thursday said it's 'very hard thing to concede' the election but admitted he would leave the White House for Joe Biden when the time came.

He wouldn't say if he would attend his rival's inauguration.

'It's going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,' Trump said at the White House.

But he said he would leave if the time came.

'Certainly I will. And you know that,' Trump told reporters at the White House when asked if he'll leave on Inauguration Day in peaceful transition of power.

He took his first questions from the media since the election was held.

In his 25 minute back-and-forth with the media, Trump reiterated unproven conspiracy theories about voting machines changing votes for him to vote for Biden, complained the election was ‘rigged’ and alleged Biden only got his record 80 million votes through ‘massive fraud.’

Trump is trying to over throw the election results by going to court in battleground states but his legal cases have been going no where. A hand recount in Georgia confirmed Biden's win there and states have begun certifying results.

'Time isn't on our side,' the president conceded.

And when asked if he'd go to Biden's inauguration on January 20th, Trump replied: 'I don't want to say that yet. I mean I know the answer, I'll be honest, I know the answer, but I just don't want to say it yet.'

And he said it would be a 'mistake' for the Election College to elect Biden when they meet on December 14.

'If they do they made a mistake,' the president said.

He warned that 'a lot of things happening between now and January 20th' and the election results have a 'long way' to go.

Trump repeated a conspiracy theory pushed by members of his legal team that votes from machines from Dominion Voting Systems lost votes for him or switched votes from him to Biden.

Dominion said there was no problem with their machines nor is there any evidence of what Trump alleges.

'We're using computer equipment that can be hacked,' he said.

'We're like a third world country. We have machines that nobody knows what the hell they're looking at. I mean you take a look at all the mistakes they made,' he complained.

'This election was a fraud, just so you understand this election was a fraud,' he said.

He said there was proof of what he was talking about on the internet.

'If you look, just take a look anywhere on the internet. You will see many, many people where they're experimenting with this stupid machinery. Wherever you send it a certain way the votes go from Trump to Biden,' Trump said.
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