Here are some posts I thought worth sharing.
Election Integrity? (insanitybytes2.wordpress.com) both displays the author’s sometimes unusual humor and provides a few words of reassurance.
So back in 1998, I got interested in both computers and elections. I’m a dinosaur, I remember when computers were huge, took up half a room, and it took forever to dial up to the internet. (continued here)
Joe Biden won (?) (melwild.wordpress.com) observes: “This is our Constitutional form of government in its finest hour!”
If you believe Joe Biden is President-elect, as of right now, you would be wrong. It doesn’t mean he won’t be, but nothing has changed since election day. No state has certified Joe Biden as the winner, and the news media has absolutely no authority to make him so. If they did, they would’ve joyfully coronated Al Gore our 43rd POTUS in 2000. (continued here)
do not allow your arrogance to convince you that there is nothing left to learn… (cookiecrumbstoliveby.wordpress.com) has nothing in particular to do with this election. However, this post does remind us that we still have much for which to be thankful. This post begins with a couple of quotes.
“So long as I am acting from duty and conviction,
I am indifferent to taunts and jeers.
I think they will probably do me more good than harm.”
Sir Winston Churchill
“One man with conviction will overwhelm a hundred who have only opinions.”(continued here)
Wow (From a friend) (watchyourlifeinpictures.wordpress.com) purports to be list of examples of voter fraud. That is not quite accurate. It is worse than that. It is a list of examples of indifferent concern for election integrity.
“I watched George Stephanopoulos interview Governor Kristi Noem. He asked her for evidence of voter fraud. She gave him several examples. He turned right around and said she did not give him any evidence of voter fraud. There are none so blind as those who will not see. Here ya’ go, George. (Please check the ‘see more’ button to see the entire list provided here.)” (continued here)
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Thanks for the mention, Tom. Much appreciated. Those are all great links, too!
Unless we can find a President Dewey and a President Gore, and a few others too, we have a clear, historical precedent showing elections are not decided by media projections.