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  1. AP’S ASSESSMENT: Missing context. Edison Research, the polling firm that provides election data to CNN, said a data reporting error by one of its staffers caused false vote totals to briefly appear on a live CNN broadcast. The error was fixed within two minutes. THE FACTS: Within hours of Newsom handily fending off a recall attempt from Republicans in California on Tuesday, social media users began sharing a clip of someone watching CNN election night coverage, claiming it showed real-time election manipulation. The video, which spread widely on Gab, Telegram, Twitter and Facebook, showed a ticker on the bottom of CNN’s screen with the question, “Should Gov. Newsom be recalled?” At first, the ticker displayed about 4.5 million “no” votes and 2.2 million “yes” votes. Moments later, the ticker’s tally of “yes” votes dropped to about 1.9 million. “Where did they go?” says a man in the background of the video. “Four hundred thousand votes just disappeared?” Republican commentators on Facebook and Twitter questioned why 351,000 votes were “DELETED,” called the clip proof of “fraud” and claimed it showed Newsom only kept his position because of machine “glitches.” In reality, the vote changes had a simple explanation: a brief reporting error by an Edison Research staffer at a county office in Santa Clara, California. The changing numbers in the viral clip are a result of the error being fixed, according to Rob Farbman, executive vice president of Edison Research. “While the ‘No’ vote was entered correctly at 11:19ET, the ‘Yes’ vote that appeared for 2 minutes on CNN was actually the ‘total’ vote of the combined ballots for Yes/No/ Santa Clara,” Farbman said in an email. “This error was entered at 11:19pm ET and corrected 2 minutes later at 11:21pm ET when we deleted the “total vote” in for ‘Yes’ and entered the correct ‘Yes’ vote.” The error was not limited to CNN and affected several other networks that subscribe to Edison Research polling. California voters rejected the effort to remove Newsom from office, The Associated Press reported on election night. Incomplete returns on Wednesday showed Newsom headed toward a landslide win with about 65% of the vote. Similar misleading claims circulated after the 2020 presidential election and the Georgia Senate runoff election, when another quickly resolved error by Edison Research caused votes for candidate David Perdue to disappear from screens. “We enter thousands of points of data and a mistake like this can be made,” Farbman said. reuters.com Fact Check-351,000 votes were erroneously added to California recall election projection; total was then corrected
  2. Well..keep thinking Shabs..but I merely stated alyered video..not actual fraud
  3. Not proven .. just air..if you feel so strongly you have a year to start a movement and change things.
  4. Because there are cheaters on both sides at all times..even you and pitcher would..if you felt strongly..and I think you both do
  5. I think you are attempting to bring the **** Joe Biden chanting to the forefront..but it brings to light more that GW Bush Jr is even more so and along with Cheney have managed to steal more freedom from the people than any other president in history. The Patriot Act alone was seemingly waiting in the works..for something to happen to move it forward. Just an opinion.
  6. Seems a lot of elected officials from both parties write lots of books so we can spend our hard earned money to learn of something that we should know freely, openly, if our 2 party system was legite...
  7. The (Canvas) was similar to a poll..a very small segment of society is questioned and from that they deem a conclusion..hypothetical. How many times have you heard someone on Main Stream News declare "in a survey taken of .. and you are told 100% believe, or had, or want..etc. In this instance, imho, this requires actual, not hypothetical.
  8. My apologies CL..that should have been worded (Men) and not a jab..enjoy the day.
  9. CL..please..all of my grandchildren are female..and have been raised to be independent of men like you and so many others ... so..no problem .. be well and prosper 🙏..and hopefully you..and I..are truly better than all of this silly bullshit on this site sir..this is just entertainment..and you know that .
  10. Deal..although 😄 I already took the ass jab jg..and...so far, no metal sticking to me when I clean the kitchen..but my 3rd eye itches!! So sad that I only have 18 months left to live though. I just want to have table talks with all those demons LGD is fighting first though...
  11. I do not even know what the H that means but hey..I am sorry your sorry and I am just sorry to be sorry cause your sorry. I have lived over 70 years without the benefit of any President and now I live in a little bubble..like most of you. So now we choose our battles and wars. Sadly you will lose yours and I will lose mine because ...
  12. I had a problem with bret..could not find him anywhere. You guys keep trying to undermine something..not certain you have a grasp. Not certain I have..but (we) keep trying to be smarter than them..slide me off on the cardboard..but you guys are not that smart..sorry..your pretty much like me..moderate..paying bills..google a lot..hope google does not lie..but yes..liar liar pants on fire...we ..are..all.. full..of ..shite..and ..want to be first and right and we all pray for LGD and a cure.
  13. No..a no one from Florida looking to make a name...please ..what a piece of shite
  14. Now that was funny..You need to be on a stage and do some stand up along with a few others...but my butt is not shiny.
  15. I am not certain anyone on this site is reaching anyone..just biased crhetoric..no ill feellings. thanks for letting me know.
  16. The combined number of “lost” and “ghost” votes, as well as many more inaccurate votes were discovered by canvassers, brings the total vote discrepancies to 269,493 – and that’s just one county in the state of Arizona. Trump called Liz Harris a “patriot” for her findings, praising the report that alleges hundreds of thousands of “lost” or “ghost” votes. On the matter of Arizona, Trump added “I lost at a very close number, but we were way up ahead,” and someone is “going to have to ask Fox,” about their curious early call for Arizona to go to Biden. LAURIE ROBERTS Canvass report of Maricopa County's election is out and it is, indeed, SHOCKING Opinion: The conclusions of a canvass of Maricopa County voters are laughably ridiculous. So, naturally, the unhinged wing of the GOP calls it evidence that the election should be decertified. Well, the so-called evidence from a door-to-door canvass of Maricopa County voters is in and the conspiracy crowd is abuzz with excitement. “173,104 Lost Votes,” the canvass report proclaims, in bold, red letters. “96,389 Ghost Votes.” This, after talking to not even 5,000 voters. Goodness. This canvass isn’t part of the Senate’s long-awaited, thus-far unproduced audit. It was conducted by Liz Harris, a Realtor and unsuccessful Republican legislative candidate who decided to launch her own “Voter Integrity Project” last December, assembling volunteers to knock on doors. Her SHOCKING conclusions – hey, that’s the way the far-right gossip rags are portraying it – were enough to prompt a Republican legislator who is hoping to become Arizona’s next secretary of state to call for decertifying Arizona’s 2020 election. “I am calling it,” Rep. Mark Finchem, R-Oro Valley, tweeted on Wednesday. “Between the preliminary audit results and the private canvass, I call on Arizona to decertify the election of 2020 and recall the electors. There is already enough evidence to show clear and convincing fraud. We have a duty to act.” This is the guy who wants to run Arizona’s future elections. Before we charge off to toss out the votes of 3.4 million Arizonans, let’s take a look at the “evidence” provided by Harris’ canvass, starting with the cover on her 11-page report released on Wednesday. AHA! Votes cast from 'vacant' lots ... or not The original cover pictured a vacant lot in Goodyear with a caption that said it “cast two mail-in votes.” But an aerial map of the property, available online at the Maricopa County Assessor’s website, shows a house with a pool on the 4.3-acre property. Looks like a pretty nice house, too. According to realtor.com, it has five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and upgraded maple cabinets in the kitchen. It was last sold in 2010. It also has two registered voters, according to county records. When ABC 15 reporter and former elections official Garrett Archer pointed this out, the cover of the canvass report was quickly changed to a vacant lot in Tempe “that cast a mail-in vote”. But Archer reports that property was a mobile home park in December 2019 and a person was properly registered to vote at that address. That voter had his mail forwarded to another address within the county, which the county has confirmed can be done legally for a year. Those are the only two actual examples of “fraud” offered in the report. Let me repeat that. The only two hard pieces of information that could be verified both were shown to be bogus in a matter of minutes. They canvassed how many voters? So, no evidence but plenty of blockbuster conclusions in the report, based upon information Harris claims was gathered on 4,570 voters. Harris’ Conclusion No. 1: 173,104 people voted but their votes were never counted. How does she know that? Harris reports that her canvassers talked to 964 people who were registered to vote but did not cast ballots in the 2020 election. Of those, 330 of them, or 34%, claimed they actually did vote but there is no record of their votes being counted. Therefore, with a little extrapolation to all voters who didn’t vote last year, abracadabera, ipso facto and aHA, Harris concludes that 173,104 votes were not counted. All this based on 330 people who claimed that they voted when someone showed up at their front door. Harris’ Conclusion No. 2: 96,389 “ghost votes” were counted – mail-in ballots “cast under the names of registered voters who were either unknown to the residents of the registration address or who were verified as having moved away prior to October 2020.” She knows this because canvassers talked to 164 people who said mail-in ballots from their address were cast by people they either didn’t know or who had moved. From those 164, she concludes there were 96,389 bogus ballots in Maricopa County’s election. Harris is claiming her survey is similar to polling and “generally yields a confidence interval of 1.5% at a confidence level of 95%. It all sounds oh-so-scientific. But people schooled in the fine art of polling aren’t buying it. Mike Noble, of OH Predictive Insights, told me how you collect the data is key. Among other things, it needs a properly sized, randomly selected portion of the population, taking into account the fact that some people will say anything just to get you off their doorstep. “She (Harris) says some of the right words; however, when it come to best practices of survey work, the canvass falls short,” he said. Meanwhile, Harris has proclaimed her findings have unearthed “a travesty to our democracy and our voting rights.” There’s a travesty to our democracy in all this, all right. Is this really a smoking gun? Every far-right propaganda sheet reported Harris’ findings as the smoking gun that proves election fraud. Trump loyalist Steve Bannon proclaimed it to the heavens on his podcast and, of course, state Rep. Wendy Rogers, who now travels the country preaching the need for election audits, used her own blowhorn. “Do we need any more evidence to finally recall the electors and decertify the election?” she tweeted. Rogers is already raising funds off the canvass report, sending out a request for donations within hours of the report’s release. Republican frontrunner Kari Lake, who is hoping all things Trump will catapult her into the Governor’s Office, is all over it. “Let’s save our country by fixing our broken, corrupt elections. If you care about honest elections, read this,” she tweeted, along with a link to the canvass report. Don't forget Donald Trump. His spokeswoman, Liz Harrington, trumpeted the results as “HUGE”. “HUGE findings out of Arizona today!” she tweeted. “Grassroots canvass identifies 299,493 lost, ghost, and inaccurate votes – Major Fraud! 34.23% of people canvassed said they voted despite Maricopa County saying they didn’t ‘Where did these votes go?’ ” Naturally, Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward is promoting it, too. “FYI: a group of grassroots activists led by @LizHarrisMBA has uncovered compelling information by canvassing voters in Maricopa County. No wonder the Dems are terrified,” she tweeted. I didn’t talk to any terrified Democrats. But I did talk to one rational Republican. Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer was appalled by the lack of any substance in the report, starting with the fact that the only two actual examples offered were flat-out wrong. “I asked for sample concerns from Liz Harris on March 18 to forestall against such misinformation and clear up any questions,” he told me. “I never got any data. Assessor Eddie Cook later made the same request from Harris. It is irresponsible and silly to claim 200,000+ errors and offer only two alleged inaccuracies as hard data points, both of which are easily debunked. 0 for 2 is not a great start.” Maybe not, but it’ll be trumpeted from coast-to-coast as bona-fide evidence that the fix was in and the reason why we need to end mail-in voting. “BREAKING – HUGE: Results of Canvassing in Arizona Released – ELECTION STEAL IS NOW CONFIRMED,” screams one gossip rag that is a Bible of sorts to far-right conspiracy kooks.. Senate President Karen Fann continues to claim that her election audit is necessary because voters no longer have confidence in our elections. Perhaps she should audit what prompted them to feel that way. Could it be because they’ve been pummeled with bogus information and wildly unscientific reports endlessly promoted by a bunch of grifters and ambitious politicians with an agenda? I will agree with them on one thing: A wholesale assault on democracy is, indeed, underway. It started on Nov. 4. Reach Roberts at laurie.roberts@arizonarepublic.com. Follow her on Twitter at @LaurieRoberts.
  17. That small segment was taken from DOJ documents mr dacklen..good try though 🙂
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