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November 2020 US Election

Newsmax viewers: We're going to jump ship to OAN now. Newsmax is no different from Benedict Arnold.

Newsmax: We're not saying that Biden's the president-elect yet. Stay with us.

Newsmax viewers: First, Fox News is no different from Benedict Arnold. Now, you, Newsmax, are no different from Benedict Arnold.

OAN: We promise you that unlike Newsmax, we have no Benedict Arnolds running our newsroom.
Too late. The cult is already jumping ship.
 
And if they're in a vacuum, well...



In our pre-election survey on the strength of Americans’ social networks, we found that nearly one in five Americans (17 percent) reported having no one they were close with, marking a 9 percentage point increase from 2013.1 What’s more, we found that these socially disconnected voters were far more likely to view Trump positively and support his reelection than those with more robust personal networks. Biden was heavily favored by registered voters with larger social networks (53 percent to 37 percent), but it was Trump who had the edge among voters without any close social contacts (45 percent to 39 percent).

And this was especially true among white voters even after accounting for differences in income, education level, and racial attitudes. Sixty percent of white voters without anyone in their immediate social network favored Trump, compared to less than half (46 percent) of white voters with more robust social ties.

From 9% to 17% in a few years. And whatever one might (Godwin alert) say about Nazi Germany, I reckon there was still enough taken-for-granted mass social bonding fabric, and one *really* had to be a wide-eyed fanatic to be "socially disconnected" in this fashion.

Whatever's going on in the States, the rot runs deeper than Trump, and that'll be ever more clear over time. (And of course, social disconnection is the perfect foundation for something like commonplace domestic terrorism in the land of a mass-shooting-a-day.)
 
On December 8, YouTube terminated over 8000 channels and about a million videos that deny Biden's victory.

Unsurprisingly, this led to Biden-victory-denialists to flock to BitChute and Rumble instead (for videos that deny Biden's victory, as well as for videos not permitted on YouTube such as porn and live-pet-microwaving).
 
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On December 8, YouTube terminated over 8000 channels and about a million videos that deny Biden's victory.

Unsurprisingly, this led to Biden-victory-denialists to flock to BitChute and Rumble instead (for videos that deny Biden's victory, as well as for videos not permitted on YouTube such as porn and live-pet-microwaving).

Good on them - with the increasing influence of the internet over the years, misinformation has become increasingly prevalent. Interestingly, Trump, the one always screaming about "fake news", seems to be its biggest proponent.
 
Unsurprisingly, this led to Biden-victory-denialists to flock to BitChute and Rumble instead (for videos that deny Biden's victory, as well as for videos not permitted on YouTube such as porn and live-pet-microwaving).

Yeah, somehow the same parties seem to be behind all of that.

Donald and Rudy really strike me as the perfect 70s porn-in-the-briefcase executive types--and given the content you could find in Penthouse-type rags at the time, probably explains the Donald-Ivanka peculiarity or Rudy being a patsy for Borat's daughter...
 
Supreme Court rejects lawsuit from Texas and Trump to overturn the election

From link.

The Supreme Court acted with unusual speed to reject a bid from Texas’ attorney general— supported by President Trump — to block the ballots of millions of voters in battleground states that went in favor of President-elect Joe Biden.​
The court’s move to dismiss the challenge is the strongest indication yet, that Trump has no chance of overturning election results in court that even the justices who he placed on the Supreme Court have no interest in allowing his desperate legal bids to continue.​
 

This is increasingly sounding like an insurrection.

AoD
 
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