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  • in reply to: Responses Thus Far to Texas Suit Are Remarkably Telling #3960
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    Now that would be an invitation to cheating in every election from this day forward without consequence.  It would end forever the republic of, by and for a free people. I repudiate it.

    in reply to: Pelosi’s admission #3956
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    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/joe-bidens-brother-james-federal-probe

    None of this could happen without Joe Biden`s influence at play.

    in reply to: Pelosi’s admission #3948
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    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hunter-bidens-china-business-deals-leading-up-to-2018-probe-detailed-in-senate-report

    The MSM censored all info on Hunter Biden to help elect his father.  Today the Biden transition team admitted Hunter has been under investigation for two years.  This despite the “letter” from all those ex government officials claiming Russian disinformation and Joe Biden himself during the debates calling it the same.

    Its called censorship.  One recent poll claimed that 4-13% of Biden voters would not have voted for him had they known about the Biden family/China connection.  In conjunction with the China/Dem party burgeoning political scandal, we see that the Dems pushed Trump/Russia hoax and hid the true Dem/China connection.  Today Google announced they were eliminating all “disinformation” that alluded to the possible rigging of our recent election.  More censorship to cover up their original censorship. WTF.

    So,  who “rigged” the election?  Russia? Hardly.  The Dems?  The MSM?  Google?  Facebook?  Twitter? Certainly, the latter five.

    https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-hunter-biden-tax-investigation-china-mainstream-media

    So why now?  Why is the truth emerging?  We know why.  The progressives want Biden out and Harris in.  Think about it.

    in reply to: The Texas Lawsuit Will Determine Our Next President #3947
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    This so called “frivolous” Texas civil action has now morphed into a 18+ state lawsuit and has also been enjoined by the President.  While retired government employees in a socialist haven have deemed its value as embarrassing and worthless, some very serious AGs in at least 18 states have staked their personal reputation and integrity on the verity, accuracy and worth of this legal action.  Just another bunch of unimportant, sadly mistaken flyover human trash, no doubt.

    Oh, to be self serving, self righteous and arrogant.

    in reply to: The Texas Lawsuit Will Determine Our Next President #3930
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    https://www.newsmax.com/newsmax-tv/scotus-texas-original-jurisdiction-ken-paxton/2020/12/08/id/1000652/

    Regardless of the opinion of our resident legal lilliputian, the President’s attorney’s brother shares my opinion that this is the ballgame, win or lose.  I may be wrong, but I think I am entitled to the opinion in spite of the scorn from an ex government employee from the socialist state of California. In a year or two, I could possibly be incarcerated for disagreeing with the new regime, should our dementia ridden President elect or his Marxist VP elect be inducted into office. I would love to hear his opinion of the actions yesterday of LA`s new Soros/ Zuckerberg installed DA. Well, probably not.  Maybe the next AG of this ilk will be installed in his county of residence, with any luck.

    https://www.npr.org/2020/12/08/944396495/george-gascon-implements-sweeping-changes-to-los-angeles-district-attorneys-offi

    Defendants apparently will be given priority over victims.  Resisting arrest is now just fine and not a chargeable offense according to a newly retired LA county DA who was on Tucker Carlson last evening.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/la-district-attorney-death-penalty-cash-bail-police-union

    in reply to: 2nd upset of UW in 2 years #3917
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    Our D has youth but little depth, especially at D line.  We need big time recruiting help there.  Our O has really great potential;  we will have the best O line in the Pac 12 next year with possibly a WR group in the top 2.  We have potentially 5 guys at WR who will be good enough to start.  Our RB group will be exceptional with Jones and Peat.  We need a TE who can catch and run great routes.  If Mills sticks around and is healthy,  our O will be exceptional.  The big question is David Shaw.  Yesterday, whoever called the O game did a reasonably good job.  Other games, it was atrocious and juvenile.  We need D linemen big time, a TE who can catch and a whole lot of depth on the D.  Too many injuries and players who have refused to play due to covid. Recruiting needs are obvious. We need a recruiting class with 15 great players with potential on D at all positions.

    in reply to: 2nd upset of UW in 2 years #3914
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    No, but we might be the best team in the Pac 12 north.  Kind of like saying we would be national champions if David Shaw retired and the Pac 12 south,  Big 12, Big 10 and SEC all gave up football.

    in reply to: 2nd upset of UW in 2 years #3912
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    Davis Mills missed Oregon game due to covid BS.  Cal beat Oregon.  We beat Cal.

    With Mills we probably beat Oregon, especially since we had red zone issues without him and also had Toner’s 4 missed FGs.

    With the Oregon game under his belt, Mills probably plays better enough that we beat Colorado.

    in reply to: The ball’s in your court BTD #3896
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    Bob, I know the few left on this board think I am a modern day caricature of Don Quixote and worse.  I am telling you what is being uncovered via film and affidavits is so compelling that I am convinced Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin will be overturned and, at worst, be turned over to the state legislatures to vote the electoral votes in the college.  The tide of public opinion is turning big time by what is being shown visually but the computer geek stuff has and will confirm for SCOTUS that what happened was impossible.  In that one room in Georgia with those four boxes only there were enough votes to have prevented both Trump and Perdue from winning.  That has zero to do with the 1500+ dead people and 20,000 some odd out of state people whose votes were illegally given to Biden there.  When the illegal votes are thrown out because the legislatures never authorized the changes, there will be all hell breaking loose.  But it is coming.

    Not one claim of voter fraud has been alleged against Republicans.  If the election was totally above board and completely clean, why are Dems flying all over the country with legal teams to oppose witness affidavits?  That in itself is an admission of guilt.

    in reply to: The ball’s in your court BTD #3894
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    While this recording may be one of only a few, what happened here and elsewhere is not in doubt.  I still think Trump will win because the fraud is so obvious.  What is not obvious is why the person referenced above and those who were counting votes have not been interviewed by Georgia state investigators and the FBI.

    in reply to: Voter Turnout #3892
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    in reply to: Voter Turnout #3885
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    Biden`s vote totals were lower among blacks and Hispanics in every major city (and state) except Milwaukie, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Detroit and Maricopa county, Arizona (Phoenix).   Of the two states considered bellwethers for Presidential elections, Ohio and Florida, Trump won both.  Of the 20 counties that have been extremely accurate bellwethers for same for the last 140 years, Trump won 19.  Trump garnered 10 million more votes than in 2016.  Republicans gained 13 house seats.  Republicans held every Senate seat except Colorado despite having 23 seats up for grabs vs. the Dems 10.  Biden hardly campaigned.  Trump was everywhere. Yet Biden “won” because of incredibly fantastic, totally unrealistic statistical anomalies in 5 cities only.

    You do the math and search for reason.  Many statisticians have and it comes up massive fraud.  Unless denizens of just these 5 cities of the USA are such completely different beasts than the rest of us in the remaining  19,497 cities in the US who all conformed to a similar voting pattern much different than the above 5, there is no other explanation of merit.

    in reply to: Stanford BB Team Very Impressive in Opener #3881
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    As I surmised might be possible, Williams foul trouble most likely cost us the game.

    in reply to: Stanford BB Team Very Impressive in Opener #3876
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    We have a chance.  UNC is experienced, has good size.  We are also strong up front and we have two guys 6’9″ coming off the bench, one of whom is a frosh and in addition have Adam Keefe’s kid who appears to have great potential. We can match UNC`s quickness, strength and athleticism for once.  History is against us as we are 0-12 all time against UNC.  UNC has 2 guys only who shoot very well from distance but we have 5 or 6.  We just may have the best guy on the floor in Williams.  His release and accuracy from 3 point range is astounding.  A phenom with an incredibly cool, collected court personality and presence.  If we stay out of foul trouble and do not turn it over as much as we did against Bama, we have a very good chance on a neutral court in front of no one but cardboard cutouts.  Bryce Wills, Daejon Davis and Oscar da Silva are all the real deal and will hold up.  Every one of them including Spencer Jones can hit the 3.  Our starters were 7-13 from 3 point range vs. Bama and every one of them shot 50% or better from that range.  That is an incredible stat and UNC cannot collapse in the lane or we will kill them from 3 point distance as we shot 53% from 3 point territory which was even better than the nearly 52% we shot from the field overall. Our 22 turnovers were ridiculous and we cannot do that against the Heels because they are too good and will make us pay big time.  If you love college BB, take the time to watch Williams this year because he is special and not the kind of guy Stanford recruits much of, at least not since I have been around. We get him for one year.  Better than nothing.  He plays small forward despite his size and must be careful not to get into foul trouble guarding a smaller, possibly quicker guy for UNC.

    Bottom line for me is that if we limit turnovers and fouls, we can beat those guys.

    (Bob, both UNC and Stanford were mediocre from the FT line yesterday.  We only had 19 FT`s, UNC had 32.  Our guy Wills was 0-4.  Three of our starters including Williams did not draw a foul.  A bit concerning because we could outscore them from the field and lose it at the line.  We need to stay out of foul trouble big time)

    in reply to: Rocky, here’s a conspiracy theory you’ve missed. #3870
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