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2 Week’s to go….

By Patrick Van Roy On October 18th, 2020

In just a hair over two weeks the U.S. will vote for President. According to the POLS, and the Pundits the race is over Biden has won. It would be a mercy to not even bother with an actual vote the loss is going to be that bad.

Except I think we’ll wait for the vote and the follow up mayhem before we give Ole Joe the Oath of Office.

As I write this I’m watching Ole Joe on the TV, he’s speaking at a Rally in North Carolina. Biden started his speech with blaming President Trump for 200,000 Deaths, and all the Infections. That’s the Dems plan period, it’s all they have. Every speech from Joe & Kamala it’s the same thing The Pandemic, The Pandemic, The Pandemic.

Joe spoke for 20 minutes, to a crowd of less than 100, took no questions, and on that note he headed back to his basement and will hide there until the Debate Thursday night.

The Left have built their entire campaign on the assumption that the people have no eyes of their own. That the line of rhetoric they’re spewing is the one the people believe. I mean why not it’s what the Press is “Reporting”.

They believe that the people have forgotten the last 4 years. For 4 years the Press and the Democrats told the people a Lie about Russian Collusion, and held a Fake Impeachment. They also believe that the people don’t see the cities being burned and looted for the past 4 months.

They think the only reality is the picture they paint, they believe it. If they don’t show you the riots, looting, and burning it’s not happening. The same with the Biden pay for play scandal that broke this week. Biden’s son Hunter’s Laptop showed up in the news this week and among the 10s of thousands of porn images including a film of him smoking crack while screwing a hooker there are also 10s of thousands of emails and text messages describing all sorts of mayhem.

The Press and Big Tech have decided the people don’t need to see any of that information…. it might have been hacked and therefore it isn’t legitimate to print. Funny how hacked and questionably sourced pages of Trumps Tax Forms can be put on the frontpage though….. their ethics didn’t get in the way there. In the first 90hrs after the story broke and was spiked by Facebook and Twitter CNN and MSNBC gave exactly 0 (zero) airtime to the story and when they finally spoke of it they called it Russian Disinformation.

It is not a Russian Fake, a Trump Fake, or any kind of Fake. The Biden’s have not once denied the authenticity of the emails. They emails have been confirmed by several independent sources. Hunters former business partners are in jail, well one is in the other is waiting for sentencing. They have both reached out and turned over their laptops to verify Hunters and try to shave some time off their sentences. They have also been confirmed by the other people in the email chains that yes they are real.

Now we don’t know everything that’s in these emails, even though the Laptop has been in the FBI’s hands since December 2019. Think about that…. the FBI has had this information for just shy of 2yrs. What were they doing with it? Did they verify the data? Have they done any investigation of it?

Photos of a Delaware federal subpoena given to The Post show that both the computer and hard drive were seized by the FBI in December, after the shop’s owner says he alerted the feds to their existence.

The shop owner who thank god was paranoid made 4 copies of the laptop, and after 18 months of handing over evidence of corruption to the FBI all the way back to the Impeachment and still not hearing back from the FBI, or reading any stories about it in the news, the shop owner acted. He mailed one copy to the Post, one copy to Rudy Giuliani’s Lawyer, and he said the last 2 he hid separately in case something happens to him…. I guess he doesn’t want a visit from the Clinton Witness Elimination program.

More and more information will come out over the next week. We already have a papertrail that shows a pay for play scheme where Hunter got paid $10 million to set up a meeting with his father and the head of Burisma. That’s Pay for Play, and it’s only one of the crimes the emails are supposed to show, but that one has been confirmed. And this was the quid pro quo result of that meeting.

 

23 Responses to “2 Week’s to go….”

  1. well done for writing a post, which will probably run and run

    several points

    1) Trump was guilty in the impeachment, guilty as hell
    the blocking of subpoenas ( itself a crime ) by the WH and a corrupt senate cleared him
    everyone knows he was caught with his pants down

    2) The lastest missive from Rudy , is a second go at a story already falsified
    its not worth a fart in the wind. Intel know Rudy has been working with the Russians
    End of. , whatever might be there its hopelessly compromised , goes in the trash can .

    3) Its quite funny to hear it from the horses mouth, but PVT you have no clue about how the vast majority of your fellow citizens feel about Trump and his tenure, and especially Republicans .

    I’ve given you Republicans voters against Trump and will do so again

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republican_Voters_Against_Trump

    there you can pick a state and listen to any of the thousands of stories from men, women, old, young, black, white, gay, straight – ALL lifelong Republicans voting for Joe Biden
    They all speak with one voice of the majority of issues
    Its the lies, the deceit, the unfitness, the narcissism, the lack of empathy, the mess he’s made of covid. Destruction of alliances, mistreating people on twitter, in real life, the racism, the hatred, the division and the destruction of their GOP Party as regards its values, beliefs and so on .. Its all there right in your face .
    Pat you really should educate yourself as to why they have turned against Trump
    But of course i doubt you’ll even listen to one voice ..
    so you just won’t know what’s coming to you in 2 weeks time .
    Maybe you’ll listen after —
    on a final note, seriously I think you should quit political discussion , ATW , the whole damned thing if indeed it turns out you’re completely wrong about this election.
    As it will mean everything you’ve relied on up till now
    all the chat shows, the twitter, your sources, hannity etc have all led you up the garden path — and you won’t wanna be a sucker again – right ?
    Find a decent hobby and retire 🙂

  2. including a film of him smoking crack while screwing a hooker

    One up to Trump. There is no evidence that he smoked crack while screwing hookers, even the ones that he paid off recently. But maybe Don Junior is no better than Biden Junior? Just wondering.

  3. Anyways, here is a more realistic take on the Trump presidency and the damage it has done to the US system of government. A second term could be fatal to that system. Here you go Patrick, you’re welcome:

    “Abuse of the Pardon Power:

    On July 10, 2020, Trump commuted the sentence of his longtime associate Roger Stone. As Stone’s own communications showed, he had acted as an intermediary between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks in 2016. Had Stone cooperated with federal investigators, the revelations might have been dangerous to Trump. Instead, Stone lied to Congress and threatened other witnesses.

    Just as Stone was supposed to go to prison, Trump commuted his sentence. Commutation was more useful to the cover-up than an outright pardon. A commuted person retains his Fifth Amendment right not to testify; a pardoned person loses that right…”

    Abuse of Government Resources for Personal Gain

    On August 28, 2020, after the president broke with precedent—and, if federal employees besides the president and vice president were involved in planning the event, possibly violated the law—by accepting the Republican nomination on White House grounds, The New York Times reported:

    Mr. Trump’s aides said he enjoyed the frustration and anger he caused by holding a political event on the South Lawn of the White House, shattering conventional norms and raising questions about ethics law violations. He relished the fact that no one could do anything to stop him, said the aides, who spoke anonymously to discuss internal conversations.

    “No one could do anything to stop him.” No one has stopped Trump from directing taxpayer dollars to his personal businesses. No one has stopped him from defying congressional subpoenas looking into whether he was violating tax and banking laws. No one has stopped him from hiring and promoting his relatives. No one has stopped him from using government resources for partisan purposes. No one has stopped him from pressuring and cajoling foreign governments to help his reelection campaign. No one has stopped him from using his power over the Postal Service to discourage voting that he thinks will hurt him.

    Trump found it surprisingly easy to use the Justice Department as a shield against curtailment of his own wrongdoing. The Hatch Act forbids most uses of government resources for partisan purposes. By long-standing courtesy, however, enforcement of that law against senior presidential appointees is left to the president. It’s just assumed that the president will want to comply. But what if he does not? The independent federal agency tasked with enforcing the Hatch Act, the Office of Special Counsel, has found nine senior Trump aides in violation of the law, and has recommended that Trump request their resignation. He has ignored that recommendation.

    Directing Public Funds to Himself and His Companies

    In the 230-year history of the United States, no president before Trump had ever tried to direct public dollars to his own companies—so no Congress had ever bothered to specifically outlaw such activity. American ethics law instead relies heavily on disclosure. When the disclosure rules were instituted half a century ago, the assumption was that, if provided with the necessary information, the political system would police wrongdoing.

    But that assumption originated in a time when the parties were less cohesive—and the public less polarized—than now. Trump’s superpower is his absolute shamelessness. He steals in plain view. He accepts bribes in a hotel located smack in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue. His supporters do not object. His party in Congress is acquiescent. This level of corruption in American life is unprecedented. Trump has actually pocketed more from the Republican Party than he has from the U.S. Treasury—money you would imagine that Republicans donated to elect other Republicans and enact their favored policies, not to enrich Trump—yet the party and its candidates continue to book event after event at Trump properties, proving loyalty by allowing themselves to be pillaged. A willingness to line the Trump family’s pockets has become a mark of obeisance and identity, like wearing cowboy boots during the George W. Bush administration.

    The result of this almost-universal Republican complicity in Trump’s personal corruption has been the neutering of Congress’s ability to act when corruption is disclosed. In the past, a subpoena from Congress was a subpoena from Congress; all of its members shared an interest in seeing it obeyed. Now a subpoena is merely an invitation from whichever party happens to hold a majority in the chamber that issued it. Republicans in the House cheerfully support Trump when he defies subpoenas from Democratic chairs, setting a precedent that probably will someday be used against them.

    Trump has a lot to hide, both as president and as a businessman. The price of his political and economic survival has been the destruction of oversight by Congress and the discrediting of honest reporting by responsible media. In a second Trump term, radical gerrymandering and ever more extreme voter suppression by Republican governors would become the party’s only path to survival in a country where a majority of the electorate strongly opposes Trump and his party. The GOP would complete its transformation into an avowedly antidemocratic party….”

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/11/last-exit-trump-autocracy/616466/

  4. And let’s not forget that Trump endorsed QAnon last week and no doubt will double down on that in the final debate. Maybe he thinks that some QAnon supporters were going to vote for Biden and he can swing them? Anyways, it looks like support for QAnon is becoming GOP mainstream. Watch out for Fox giving them a few plugs before polling day:

    “Trump needs enemies. After the debate, his campaign released this statement: “President Trump soundly defeated NBC’s Savannah Guthrie in her role as debate opponent and Joe Biden surrogate. President Trump masterfully handled Guthrie’s attacks and interacted warmly and effectively with the voters in the room.” The Biden campaign was not so quick to offer its own release, in part because Biden lingered afterward in the hall, talking and taking questions face-to-face, but perhaps also because it did not feel the need to identify a target for hate and rage.

    At the end of the scheduled time, each candidate was invited to address a broader question. Guthrie asked Trump what he would say to uncertain voters. A questioner from the audience asked Biden what he would do to unite the country in the event that he lost the election in November. Trump answered by saying that he would tell the undecided voter what a great job he was doing as president. Biden answered that if he lost, he would have to accept that he had failed as a candidate—but that he would never accept that the divisions in the country are as real as Donald Trump wants them to be.

    The contrast was striking and poignant. Even more striking: Trump failed to use his open opportunity effectively. He said nothing to that hypothetical undecided voter that was as forceful as his opening quasi-apology for QAnon, which he praised as a movement strongly opposed to pedophilia. That will be Trump’s most quoted statement of the evening. Biden, by contrast, contemplating defeat, delivered his best case for victory: a statement of faith in the country as something bigger than himself.”

    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/10/trump-show/616752/

  5. hi peter there is so much material its hard to know where to start or where to end
    but i did enjoy this cutesy on Rudy Gulliani’s latest outing , its very American and should really stroke a chord with the homies

    Will this latest attempt from Giuliani backfire nearly as spectacularly as the first one? Probably not. But it’s like watching a quarterback call a trick play on first down and get absolutely demolished — and then proceed to run the exact same play for the next two downs anyway. We’re at fourth-and-long now, and this Hail Mary doesn’t look like it’s gonna fly — but as long as there’s still people willing to play receiver downfield, Giuliani’s going to keep trying.

  6. Kurt

    I don’t know anything about American football (why is it called that when they mostly throw the ball?) but I do know that Crooked Rudy is shit scared of spending his final years in the slammer. Who knows, he might even do a bunk to Italy on 4 November? Maybe he has an Italian passport, it could be good insurance.

  7. More and more information will come out over the next week. We already have a papertrail that shows a pay for play scheme where Hunter got paid $10 million to set up a meeting with his father and the head of Burisma.

    Patrick

    Please help me out here. I thought you were convinced that the opinion polls are miles out and that your guy will win easily next month. If so, why the desperate need for these Murdoch media stories about Biden Junior?

    And people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Trump has ripped off millions from US taxpayers since 2016, charging the Secret Service $700 a room night to protect him at his various golf resorts. And as we know there have been hundreds of golf trips.

  8. Biden supposedly has this massive lead and he speaks to 100 people? What a laugh! He may win, but he has the most anemic campaign I’ve ever seen, including Hilary’s. At least she could fill an audience.

  9. duh its called social distancing charles
    meanwhile your guy is literally killing people with covid super-spreader rallies
    didn’t have you pegged as a guy who likes the stink of death on your fellow citizens corpses !

  10. Don’t fear the Reaper,
    You must be willing to fly,

    I say put on a mask and engage in life, take a stand for your country, take the same risk that the kid working at the McDonald’s drive through is taking.

    That’s ma rooling! 🙂

  11. its your call charles and your roolin 😉
    I like this charles too

    https://twitter.com/RVAT2020/status/1317948572827045888

  12. hmmm not surprising almost silence on the thread…. it’s not a video piece I thought you wanted “my own” thoughts…. but those posts you comment on this one you’re missing.

    That is not a call for you or the NYr to comment, we already know what you’re going to say.

    Peter a good effort, reading the Atlantic and citing it as a news source however puts your view of events and politics in the US into perspective, and explains why you’re so clueless.

  13. Hmmm not surprising almost silence on the thread….

    I don’t know if that ‘you’ is plural or singular but if you’re referring collectively to Euros I think you’d need to take the time zone into consideration and also the fact that we all have things outside ATW.

    As to the content of the blog itself, I think it’s an opinion piece mixed with allegations that are variously unsubstantiated and blatantly untrue. You’re entitled to your opinion but I don’t think it’s an opinion based on fact.

  14. that’s consistent paul with pat’s efforts to keep ATW as a fact-free zone

  15. “In just a hair over two weeks the U.S. will vote for President. According to the POLS, and the Pundits the race is over Biden has won. It would be a mercy to not even bother with an actual vote the loss is going to be that bad.”

    Nope. All the polls have said is that if the election was today the Biden would probably win. I think very few pundits have said the race is over, or that Biden has won. The only people that I have seen saying that anyone will definitely win is people like Kurt saying Biden will win, and people like you saying Trump would win.

    “Except I think we’ll wait for the vote and the follow up mayhem before we give Ole Joe the Oath of Office.”

    So are you now going to retract your belief that Trump will definitely win? We have to wait for the vote before speculating that Biden will win but you don’t have to wait to speculate that Trump will win?

    “Every speech from Joe & Kamala it’s the same thing The Pandemic, The Pandemic, The Pandemic.”

    Yeah it is kind of a big issue.

    “The Left have built their entire campaign on the assumption that the people have no eyes of their own. That the line of rhetoric they’re spewing is the one the people believe. I mean why not it’s what the Press is “Reporting”.”

    Not really. It tends to be the political right who have based their entire campaign on ignorance.

    “They believe that the people have forgotten the last 4 years. For 4 years the Press and the Democrats told the people a Lie about Russian Collusion, and held a Fake Impeachment. They also believe that the people don’t see the cities being burned and looted for the past 4 months.”

    No evidence to suggest that the collusion allegations were lies. The impeachment wasn’t faked. Trump was impeached. And the majority of the people (outside your bubble, bubble boy) supported the impeachment. There is also evidence that the public are not making the assumptions about the riots that you are. While support for the Black Lives Matter movement has declined to pre George Floyd murder levels the public are not blaming the democrats for the riots. Interestingly in a poll (it was at the end of July so I would like to see more recent numbers) found the public blamed the demonstrators and the police in equal measure for the riots.

    Most polls show that the public believe that Trump handled the situation badly. And those polls show that people believe that Biden would have handled them better. So much so that in a Monmouth poll last month Biden lead Trump on law and order. More people (not a lot – 52 to 48) felt that law and order would be better handled by Biden.

    “The Press and Big Tech have decided the people don’t need to see any of that information…. it might have been hacked and therefore it isn’t legitimate to print. Funny how hacked and questionably sourced pages of Trumps Tax Forms can be put on the frontpage though….. their ethics didn’t get in the way there. In the first 90hrs after the story broke and was spiked by Facebook and Twitter CNN and MSNBC gave exactly 0 (zero) airtime to the story and when they finally spoke of it they called it Russian Disinformation.”

    Is there any evidence that Trump’s tax returns were hacked? Trump is also the President of the United States, while Hunter Biden isn’t running for anything. And it isn’t the media or ‘big tech’ who are saying it is Russian disinformation. It is being investigated by the FBI as Russian disinformation.

    “It is not a Russian Fake, a Trump Fake, or any kind of Fake.”

    You have no way of knowing that.

    “The Biden’s have not once denied the authenticity of the emails.”

    Well they have. They have described them as a smear campaign and have stated that the meetings described in the email didn’t happen.

    ” They emails have been confirmed by several independent sources.”

    What independent sources would they be?

    “And this was the quid pro quo result of that meeting.”

    You can repeat a lie time and time again. It doesn’t make it true. It just exposes you as being completely dishonest.

  16. Covid and the bad handling of it is the issue.

    And the immediate economic problems stem directly from the bad handling of the virus.

    The Taiwanese economy has held up well.

    But the usual suspects don’t ever want to talk about Taiwan, Singapore, Korea, or Japan. Wonder why.

  17. “And the immediate economic problems stem directly from the bad handling of the virus.”

    Exactly. There seems to have been a moderate correlation between the mortality rate of the virus and the decline in GDP in countries. Which would suggest that it isn’t lockdown killing the economy. COVID-19 is killing it.

  18. Biden=Science, rationality, facts
    Trump=Superstition, rumors, conspiracy theories
    shouldn’t be a hard choice.

    yeah I’m calling it for Biden, on here seamus which does not influence the ground campaign
    I believe he’ll get the votes and EC numbers he needs
    how the reptiles react that I can’t say
    could they steal it, even an underpinning of 2:1 for Biden, I doubt it .

    2/3 Americans voting for Biden is not an absurd idea
    33% DT vs 66% JB — i’d be surprised if i was out by much
    when all the votes are tallied
    which of course is a massive landslide close to 400 EC vs 138

  19. “2/3 Americans voting for Biden is not an absurd idea
    33% DT vs 66% JB — i’d be surprised if i was out by much
    when all the votes are tallied
    which of course is a massive landslide close to 400 EC vs 138”

    Except those are contradictory statements. If Biden was winning 2/3rds of the vote then he would win a lot more than 400 electoral votes.

    In the 20th century there have been four elections where a candidate got more than 60% of the vote. In three of those elections they recieved over 90% of the electoral vote. The only one who didn’t was Warren G. Harding in 1920 (who won 60% of the vote but the Democrats still won most of the Solid South). Despite that Harding still became the first Republican to win a Confederate state since the end of reconstruction.

    If Biden won 2/3rds of the vote then the competitive states would be West Virginia, Wyoming and Oklahoma. None of those are competitive. He’d been looking at the potential of a 538-0 win.

    So yes it is an absurd idea. Donald Trump has far, far more chance of winning than Biden does of winning with 2/3rds. Trump has a better chance of winning the popular vote than Biden does of winning with 2/3rds.

  20. kurt, like Patrick, is a little too enthusiastic.

    You need to look at this through the cold analytical eye of a bookmaker. Emotion will get you killed when making these calculations.

    Right now, Biden appears to be looking to do better on the ( meaningless ) popular vote than Hillary did, and looks solid in PA, MI, WI.

    The fact that Texas appears in any way competitive should tell you that something’s going on.

  21. I’d say the national vote isn’t meaningless as it drives the state by state votes. There is only so much a candidate can lose the national vote by but still be competitive enough in the swing states. And I think Trump largely maxed out that in the last election. Hillary won the national vote by 2%. If she’d won by 2.5% then she’d be President. So there is really only so much Trump can lose the national vote by and still won against Biden.

  22. wherez the fun in that, lol
    no-one would bet ever unless they allowed themselves to be swayed one way or the other
    hey phantom i got my night sorted : a quadruple uncle sams whopper burger and a crate of something or other to keep me awake, bags of popcorn .. nuts ..
    One of us me or Pat is gonna be laughing and celebrating, the other cryin n bawlin
    stakes are high 😉

    On Topic
    before Pat, steams 4 days of posts on Shiff vs Ratcliffe

    @DNI_Ratcliffe
    is lying about the fake Hunter Biden laptop saying that the IC said it’s not Russian plant — when their entire intelligence community warned that this was going to happen.

  23. https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCBEaSO6KXsfYQQHL2aG-TmQ/livestreaming

    setting it up as we speak

    seamus and everyone gonna be around ? have you a youtube account
    be alot easier to set up
    a yoube account is just an extension of your gmail
    you automatically have a youtube account if you have a gmail account
    even if you’ve not set it up ..

    https://youtu.be/G–QztPfbQ0 my channel 🙂

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