Poll

I have posted a possibility for the election outcome in 6 variations. Choose your preferred below.

A. https://i.imgur.com/F6TVPLY.png
8 (34.8%)
B. https://i.imgur.com/uuRmNcE.png
3 (13%)
C. https://i.imgur.com/JK2OSsA.png
1 (4.3%)
D. https://i.imgur.com/sl6MVas.png
2 (8.7%)
E. https://i.imgur.com/K1GHlD3.png
2 (8.7%)
F. https://i.imgur.com/br3Sp06.png
7 (30.4%)

Total Members Voted: 23

Author Topic: United States Politics Thread | Mount St. USD is about to Blow Up  (Read 88389 times)

Today is November 2nd, 2020.

Tomorrow is the 2020 Presidential Election and this election is the turning point of a nation.

After months of nonstop riots and lockdowns in Democrat cities, many have lost their jobs because of
the coronavirus and their livelihoods because of Antifa and Cancel Culture. Just before the Covid
virus was unleashed on the world earlier this year, the United States economy was thriving and
this Country had the lowest unemployment in decades.

After years of RussiaGate, UkraineGate and the neverending smears of a bitter and angry media
that never accepted the loss of the 2016 election, the Media is facing legal opposition and investigations
and they will have to face up to the lies and the smears and, in the case of Social Media Tech Titans,
the censorship.

Tomorrow defines whether we live in perpetual lockdowns and riots, or we adapt to a changing world.
Tomorrow defines whether we succumb to censorship and smears, or we step through the fire.
Tomorrow defines us.

Well stuff. I guess our country will now be defined by the neverending smears of a bitter and angry Matthew that never accepted the loss of the 2020 election









how it started

how its going

https://twitter.com/APhilosophae/status/1325135291791839232
This displays every major occurrence of the election that does not make sense, or is suspicious.
All this is vital.

Also it lists the states being recounted.


here's how Annoying Orange can still win

oddly enough:
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/nov/06/georgia-recount-us-election-biden-Annoying Orange


ok but forreal. if georgia is actually recounting their votes, that means there isn't a declared winner till the counts are over right? and if all those other places are also recounting its not over till they recount right? im genuinely asking because i dont know how this aspect works. do they actually declare a winner before recounts are completed?

the declared winners of each state are decided by the media (https://www.ap.org/en-us/topics/politics/elections/how-we-call-races). a bunch of media organizations are licensed to do this i think. so when a state is called, it actually means jack stuff. media companies think that the candidate will likely win, so they can call it even before votes are fully counted. they do this because otherwise it would take states weeks to fully count their votes (see: this week's election). it takes them this long even in normal elections that are not influenced by covid. back in 2000 they called florida's victor i think 3 different times until they finally settled on bush at the end of all the recounts and supreme court activity n stuff

the actual president of the united states will be decided sometime in december by the electoral college. idk how it works for senate/house races though
« Last Edit: November 07, 2020, 11:07:25 PM by Gytyyhgfffff »

ok but forreal. if georgia is actually recounting their votes, that means there isn't a declared winner till the counts are over right? and if all those other places are also recounting its not over till they recount right? im genuinely asking because i dont know how this aspect works. do they actually declare a winner before recounts are completed?

the declared winners of each state are decided by the media (https://www.ap.org/en-us/topics/politics/elections/how-we-call-races). a bunch of media organizations are licensed to do this i think. so when a state is called, it actually means jack stuff. media companies think that the candidate will likely win, so they can call it even before votes are fully counted. they do this because otherwise it would take states weeks to fully count their votes (see: this week's election). it takes them this long even in normal elections that are not influenced by covid. back in 2000 they called florida's victor i think 3 different times until they finally settled on bush at the end of all the recounts and supreme court activity n stuff

the actual president of the united states will be decided sometime in december by the electoral college. idk how it works for senate/house races though

This except, if the electoral college doesn't fully decide, then the house delegates will.



198% of all registered voters came out and voted, impressive turnout.
https://www.gwinnettcounty.com/static/departments/elections/2020_Election/pdf/11.03.2020%20General%20Election%20Unofficial%20and%20Incomplete%20-%20Election%20Summary.pdf