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Blackvegetable » 23 Nov 2022, 9:44 am » wrote: What if I pointed to your shared 2 year track record of subscribing to The Big Lie?
Anyone who doesn’t acknowledge the obvious truth is a deluded puppet. 


I bet you think Saddam Hussein got 100% of the vote too! 

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Independent » 23 Nov 2022, 11:16 am » wrote: Anyone who doesn’t acknowledge the obvious truth is a deluded puppet. 

I bet you think Saddam Hussein got 100% of the vote too!
Keep that unhinged **** coming.

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Independent » 23 Nov 2022, 11:14 am » wrote: I refer you to Goebbels.
Why?

Are you stupid?
 

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Warcok » 23 Nov 2022, 10:08 am » wrote:  The big lie that the illegitimate daughter molester won. that big lie?

aren't you concerned that the state board reads this, revokes your license and has you placed under guardianship?

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Another way elections are stolen...THIS IS TODAY'S WOKE LIBERAL ****!!!

Liberals are morons!!!

An excellent analogy by JR Dunn

We now have two mentally damaged individuals in high office in this country, neither able to function as an independent adult. How did they get there? By being elected… with the addition of other means. But it was the votes that created a situation where those “other means” could work.

In other words, the moron vote played a large role. Tens of millions of voters who can’t recognize a mentally crippled individual when they see one. Who witness electoral cheating in front of their eyes as clearly as that of a three-card monte dealer but don’t see it for what it is. Who simply can’t make the connection between the close of critical pipelines and gas costing six bucks at the pump. Who could not define “inflation” at gunpoint, don’t understand that it’s always caused by government policy, and view it – if they view it at all – as something of an act of God. Who have utterly forgotten the peak state that this country enjoyed only two years ago. Who think “we’re going to make you eat bugs,” is a joke. Who are easily persuaded, easily manipulated, easily confused, and easily run into the slaughterhouse.

How did it get this way? In truth, the term “morons” isn’t strictly accurate. Many – even most – of these people are of average intelligence, and should be able to figure their way out of a rat maze with little problem. The difficulty arises due to the fact that they have been relentlessly dumbed down for the better part of a century by an utterly corrupt educational system backed by bureaucrats and pols acting in full approval of the process.

This started with the progressive reformer John Dewey, probably the most influential educator on record.

It’s possible to access the curricula for those 19th-century prairie schools. Younger children were introduced to Greek and Latin, in the later grades joined by a modern language, were introduced to geometry and algebra early, with calculus for the older children. Literature was taught by accessing the highest canonical works. In other words, grade-school children were easily mastering topics that most college postgraduate students today would find impossible.

That forms the basis of the modern educational system. But only the basis – ideologies like Dewey’s evolve, like everything else, and today they have developed into a system that is all ideology, with students effectively taught nothing.

 
 

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I come from a family of teachers, so don’t tell me I’m wrong. For evidence, I suggest consulting any recent college educational course or teacher’s handbook. For instance, in a Whole Word handbook published in the 1980s, you will find the statement, “We do not feel obligated to prepare students to be cogs in an industrial machine,” which among other things, knocks away the final prop holding up Dewey’s theory of pedagogy. “Whole word” was an academic fad for teaching reading that depended on teaching recognition of individual words – nothing at all of phonics or the alphabet that had successfully served children for centuries. Reading scores plummeted and high schools began graduating students who were functional illiterates. The educational system has never really recovered. Once standards fell, they remained just where they were.

The result is a large cohort marked by ignorance, naivete, flightiness, emotionalism, and frivolity. That has no grasp of how the world works, even the parts of it that directly impinge upon themselves. That thinks in terms of soundbites, buzzwords, slogans, and images. That is used to stumbling through life with invalid information or none. That has no idea how to obtain a more elevated viewpoint, or even that such a thing exists.

That’s how we get purple-haired kids who think they can change their “gender” by making a wish, well-groomed suburban moms who think that, “I believe that Joe Biden… (lengthy, meaningful pause) cares about people…” is a profound statement, mob hysteria over useless medical masks, and billionaires who got that way by creating software that enables people to communicate with imaginary friends.

We also get people who can vote for a Biden or a Fetterman and think they’ve done their duties as a citizen.

In other words, you get an electorate comprised largely of semi-morons.

Before we despair, let’s not forget that most of the Left also fits this mold. Those Saks-wearing moms and kids with the rainbow dos are all of the Left, and are becoming more typical exemplars every day. The well-read Marxist with the carefully researched arguments is a thing of the past. It’s all howling Antifa punks and cowering postgrad wimps now. Just consider the ideological cannibalism created by wokism, all those brave lesbian coffeeshops and the like driven out of business by their own “collectives” protesting subconscious racism, ableism, or whatever. That’s the current climate of American leftism, and it will get worse.

The beauty of all this is that people operating on such a level are easily influenced. Without principles, or knowledge, or trustworthy information of any sort, they can be swayed by very simple processes of button pushing. They can’t be persuaded, or convinced, but they can be manipulated. We will need to get better at this.

As far as elections go this bloc will remain a critical element for as far ahead as anyone can see.

After some rough patches, a future American society will be run by graduates of private schools and the home-schooled, not to forget the intelligent self-educated (which is what the Internet is actually for). Along with purpose-designed AIs and expert systems, this should present little challenge.

That may not be the optimum solution, and it’s certainly not the solution that we’d prefer. But it is a solution.

Entire article here:

https://www.americanthinker.com/article ... orons.html
 
 
 

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Buffalo » 23 Nov 2022, 8:06 am » wrote: Says a ****, liberal, idiot of a ***!!!

GET LOST!!!

Update from Arizona...



https://flagandcross.com/breaking-ariz- ... ontent=CAN

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Dunn nails our education systems, and rightly so. But we, as adults after school, are influenced most by the next biggest villain: the lapdog media, which he failed to mention. The lapdog media is a powerful enemy of the People and held completely unaccountable.

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Destroying evidence is evidence of a crime!!!

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Buffalo » 23 Nov 2022, 12:17 pm » wrote: Destroying evidence is evidence of a crime!!!

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I hope someone goes to jail.

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Buffalo » 23 Nov 2022, 7:23 am » wrote: Even right in front of stupid moonbats...

Welcome to Absurdistan 
Anatomy of the 2022 Steal, Part 2Maricopa, Delaware County and beyond

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56 min agoDelaware County was in court for 9 hours Monday on a chain of custody issue. The thumb drives and votes disappeared into a closed building for six hours and no official poll watchers were allowed in. In Arizona, there is so much evidence of fraud, three of Arizona’s 15 counties have delayed certification.  The following is a primer on the five most important elements of election fraud. The language is stripped for the sake of clarity. The complexity of voter fraud makes it virtually impossible for people to understand, explain and argue. Even the most sussed start to sound insane and scattered after 90 seconds. The complexity and confusion are part of the con.  1. Who runs the elections. In almost every township or county, the people who run elections are funded by those men (generally) who provide county services. It is absolutely critical to them that their gravy train continue. Stenstrom and Hoopes describe the pattern in Delaware County, Penn.

It is a “very tight-knit collaboration between the Uniparty and variously {sic} business interests that include [url=http://stenstrom.%20the%20parallel%20election%282022%29%20-%20gregory%20stenstrom%2C%20leah%20hoopes%20%28kindle%20locations%20215-219%29.%20kindle%20edition/]closely held law firms, family accounting firms, local and county law enforcement departments that might be cooperative, local justice departments, and members of the judiciary. All of whom work together when it suits them, and any other personage with a substantial financial interest in creating an integrated political, law enforcement, and justice environment that will be favorable to them in myriad legal and financial transactions between elections. It is within this corporate fabric that the machinations of election fraud are perpetrated[/url].”
I am willing to bet that most lefties here will say "there is no evidence of fraud." Then, leave it at that. Well of course they are going to say that, the **** idiots that they are. We have been throwing the evidence in their face, such as your OP for example, and they still will just say "there is no evidence of fraud" after giving them the evidence of fraud. 

 

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Blackvegetable » 23 Nov 2022, 11:41 am » wrote: aren't you concerned that the state board reads this, revokes your license and has you placed under guardianship?

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Let's Go Florida Man!

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Blackvegetable » 23 Nov 2022, 8:45 am » wrote: Pithy, precise.

The way I roll.
Your ex was mail-order, No?

 
 

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Selaphobia » 23 Nov 2022, 2:40 pm » wrote: Your ex was mail-order, No?
Unless something like that chooses you, you ain’t havin' it.

 

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Blackvegetable » 23 Nov 2022, 2:45 pm » wrote: Unless something like that chooses you, you ain’t havin' it.
I ain't having what? A wetback? 
 
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Selaphobia » 23 Nov 2022, 2:49 pm » wrote: I ain't having what?
Yup.

That far out of your league.
 

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Blackvegetable » 23 Nov 2022, 2:50 pm » wrote: Yup.

That far out of your league.
A nasty foul mouthed wetback.
I bet that fossil is a MOOO MOOO 
Admit it.. she was mail-order

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Blackvegetable » 23 Nov 2022, 2:50 pm » wrote: Yup.

That far out of your league.
Agency or you get one of them mail order catalogs?
 

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Selaphobia » 23 Nov 2022, 2:54 pm » wrote: Agency or you get one of them mail order catalogs?
I took that one out of the arena....

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