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    Default Recount backfire

    Biden picked up more Milwaukee votes in Trump's dumb recount. lol

    https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/...in/6428186002/

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    They have a problem with Dracula in Washington?
    Structures uninformed by geometry tend towards the ramshackle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isla View Post
    They have a problem with Dracula in Washington?
    After that, I need a bloody drink.

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    Very funny, gentlemen.

    Anyone could have told he President that a recount only moves hundreds of votes. Not thousands. Not tens of thousands. But no one dared tell him.

    So the more potent and brazen approach would be what he’s doing in courts (urging judges to change the rules post hoc or invalidate votes) or with legislatures (urging them to just ignore the election and appoint Trump electors).

    Instead, he completely undercuts a traitorous but potentially effective strategy by starting with recounts which show the voting system worked. What a loser. And I’ll bet he got there because no one dared tell him the truth mid-tantrum.

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    I'm waiting for the tweet that claims the ink was still wet on some ballots.
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    The recount cost $3,000,000.00 and awarded Biden 135 more votes.
    Anyone tired of winning yet?

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    This is not about winning the election or even changing it. It's all about poison pills, roadblocks and catering to the worst instincts of the base. My friend John has this right. Treason, pure and simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by __floater__ View Post
    The recount cost $3,000,000.00 and awarded Biden 135 more votes.
    Anyone tired of winning yet?
    That $3 million will not come out of Donald's pocket, that's for sure!

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    ^ Not personally, but from his campaign funds. Money well spent.
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