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OffGuardian | November 4, 2020

Trump held leads in five undeclared states – Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina – when all five stopped (or dramatically slowed) counting votes. Since then, a surge of postal votes wiped out Trump’s lead in Wisconsin, giving Biden the state by as few as 6,000 votes.

Pennsylvania’s governor has stated there are “over a million” postal votes yet to be counted.

Trump has declared that he should have won the election by now, and has hinted at a Supreme Court challenge. It certainly looks like we will see a “red mirage” – an appearance of a Trump win and then sudden Biden recovery, entirely due to postal ballots. Needless to say, rather suspicious.

In this context it’s a good time to revisit the “Transition Integrity Project”, a series of exercises carried out over the summer of 2020 backed by the Protect Democracy foundation. Their alleged aim was to “ensure a peaceful transfer of power”, but it doesn’t take a genius to read between the lines here.

Especially when you see the list of names involved – all current/former DNC employees and/or vociferous Trump opponents: Donna Brazille, John Podesta, Max Boot and Bill Kristol to name a few.

In this document, released August this year, they lay out their conclusions. Including (bold in the original):

The concept of “election night,” is no longer accurate and indeed is dangerous. We face a period of contestation [sic] stretching from the first day a ballot is cast in mid-September until January 20. The winner may not, and we assess likely will not, be known on “election night” as officials count mail-in ballots.

Remarkably prescient of them.

November 4, 2020 - Posted by | Civil Liberties |


  1. thebradfordfile™@thebradfordfiles

    The undisputed loser tonight is Fox News.

    The Election Wizard Retweeted
    Catturd ™@catturd2

    Florida has the third largest population of any state – and had no problem counting all the votes, the mail-in votes, and reporting on time

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by Leland Roth | November 4, 2020 | Reply

  2. Noted. Not sure why “…rather suspicious….” (I voted proudly by mail in my state — easy, fast, efficient, “safe” from any perspective I have…. Ergo, mightn’t the very words “…rather suspicious…” be loaded and…suspicious?)

    (Damn: I’m being required once agin to “Fill in…” some blanks below…will do, and then I’ll find out if this system as it has flummoxed me for a couple of days on my “new” Apple computer will allow me to update Leland Roth’s comment…I’m suspicious that it won’t….)

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by roberthstiver | November 4, 2020 | Reply

    • (“update” in my parenthetical above sb “like” — and here I am at home, using my now-alternate Mac computer, and I continue to be unable to “Like” Leland’s comment…WTH?!!!)


      Comment by roberthstiver | November 4, 2020 | Reply

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