Never forget the steal!


When nearly every “ballot” that comes in after 8pm on election night goes to one candidate, you damn well better have a talking point for that

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On November 3rd, 2020, most of us went to bed fairly confident that everything was going well, perhaps even better than planned. The Florida landslide was astonishing, and it bode very well for the nation. On Wednesday morning, as Trump’s big lead had vanished overnight in most of the swing states, I heard three different commentators on three different fake news networks utter nearly identical narratives to describe was occurring. Here, let Wiki explain it:

It seemed strange to me, being no spring chicken, that I had never heard of such a thing. Yet every commentator and “election expert” was spouting this in strikingly similar terms, as if reading from a script. It’s settled election science! Moreover, there is zero chance this can be an established fact, because this is the first time a general election has been contested largely through mail-in ballots due to corona… which puts corona under even more scrutiny.

Now, wiki has this blockchain feature where you can go back in time and review every edit that was ever made to an article. See the “View history” button at the top right? Click on that, and it will show line by line every edit. Scroll down and click the link at bottom left that says “oldest.”

This will take you to the very beginning, the day the article was first created on wiki. Any guess as to when this “well established” political dynamic of Red Mirage/Blue Shift was first invented? How about 1 August 2020…

Just one more thing. Remember “14 Days to Flatten the Curve?” Remember how this was how they got everyone to shut everything down, go into lockdown, and start this entire spiral? “We have to follow the science, we can’t risk overwhelming the hospitals, this is well-established epidemiology, dammit, you’re just selfish and want to kill grandma.”

When do you think this well-established scientific fact was invented? How about 12 March 2020:


(not to be outdone, this just in) -nvp ’22:

Early election night results might not indicate final tallies (and why that’s OK)

A “red mirage,” or an artificial GOP vote lead, will likely reoccur Tuesday.
November 7, 2022


As early Election Day results come in on Tuesday, it will likely appear that a Republican candidates vying for any number of the federal or statewide races appear to be leading their Democratic opponents, even by large margins.

Their leads will dwindle, or crumble completely, after perceived “dumps” of votes are recorded by state election officials who count mail-in and absentee ballots in the days — or even weeks — following Election Day.

This phenomenon was popularized as the “red mirage” or the “blue shift” after the 2020 presidential election, when former President Donald Trump took a deceptive lead in several competitive states on Election Day due to delays in counting of Democrats’ mail-in ballots — their preferred method of voting due to the COVID-19 pandemic — only to eventually dissipate when the entire reserve of votes was totaled.

The illusion was a principal component of Trump and his allies’ false claims that the contest was fraudulent upon his ultimate loss to Joe Biden…

10 thoughts on “Never forget the steal!”

  1. Has anyone heard of any changes to vote counting procedures? I haven’t. I would assume that since the last election people would have demanded changes at the local level to allow for more transparency and monitoring of the process from people of all political persuasions. I’ll be amazed if we start seeing stories again of witnesses trying to monitor the people counting who are told to leave or to stand in a separate room a hundred feet away with the windows covered.

  2. I have never missed an election since I turned 18. I remember my teachers in high school actually assigning those of us who were 18 to vote for our homework in my senior year. They stressed how important it was for us to all vote. So I voted.

    In the election of 2020, seeing what had happened, I lost all faith in elections. I don’t mind losing, but when the other side shows they are not going to operate in good faith, then there is no point in participating.

    Many people will tell me that me not voting is what they want, that may be so, but I don’t care. I’m one less vote they need to counter with a 3 am vote-dump as far as I’m concerned now.

    I mailed in my ballot, and it was very empty.

    1. Honestly? I voted. I want them to spend the extra $15 to manufacture a countervailing vote. Its about the only way I can contribute.

  3. My husband is voting. I prefer not to. He holds out more hope for this country than I do. But he also has less time to think about SHTF situations.

  4. My favorite fraud this cycle: “Oh, don’t worry the machines you were forced to use decades ago are down. Just fill it out and we’ll scan it for you! Later! “.

    Most mail in ballot policies in the states are illegal, since they weren’t passed by the state legislatures. They are applied by the various Secretaries of States. During the “pandemic” when state legislatures pressed back against the diktats, private Soros-funded groups threatened lawsuits. Then, when the Texas AG filed a lawsuit challenging the 2020 election over the same issue, Pedophile John Roberts called it “moot” since the election is over (that’s some fine logic there).

    A brain dead ghoul won in Pennsylvania. Kari Lake will lose in Az. DeSantis won because a)Democrats are dead in Florida and have been for awhile and b)He is Wall Street’s GOP pick.

    It’s all theater.

    Ps. I’m no Trump fan, but he did win 2020. The powers that be aren’t against Trump, they find him an idiot. They’re against us.

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