Watching and listening online today, I’ve been hearing one (well-respected) person after another saying something pretty much amounting to: “Sure, the election was stolen, but Joe Biden won it all the same.”

There seems to be a kind of passive acceptance. Some are even saying something like: “Elections are always stolen. Somebody always steals it. And this time it was Joe Biden who stole it, despite having stayed home, not campaigned, and nobody liked him, and nobody voted for him.”

A lot of people seem to have given up. They think it’s over. Once Fox News or CNN calls a race, that’s the end of it.

But one person who hasn’t given up is Donald Trump. He never gives up. So this is going to the courts, and very likely all the way to the Supreme Court by mid-December, with a whole raft of evidence of Democrat vote-rigging. It’s going to have to be a Republican-dominated Supreme Court that rules in Joe Biden’s favour before Trump finally concedes.

So I fully expect this to all rumble on through November and December. We may even see Trump returning to the campaign trail. holding rallies again, shoring up his base. Why not? It’s not over, even if a lot of people seem to think it is, because the mainstream media have been telling them that it is.

So I expect to see Trump come out fighting, fighting through the courts.

And if he does end up losing, he’ll very likely be back in 2024, when he’ll still be younger than Joe Biden is now.

Back in 2016 I placed a bet on Trump to win. There were long odds against him winning back then. I haven’t looked, but I’m guessing that the odds are even longer this time around, and so I’ll be wanting to place another bet on Donald Trump.

(Update: When I bet on Trump to win in 2016, I got odds of 5:1. It had been 50:1 earlier. It seems that right now the odds are 6:1, so I’m guessing that a lot of people are betting that he’s still going to win.)


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18 Responses to 6:1

  1. PJH says:

    “And if he does end up losing, he’ll very likely be back in 2024, when he’ll still be younger than Joe Biden is now.”

    This does rather presume that Biden is going to be both compos mentis[1], and alive by that time. And – indeed – up to that time.

    Neither of which are a given.

    [1] Another presumption is that this is the case at the moment.

  2. Clicky says:

  3. waltc says:

    I join those who think that Biden won and also think fast business went on. Here’s the thing: Biden won popularly by somewhat over 4 million votes. It’s doubtful that Trump was screwed out of 4 million plus. Even in the key electoral college states where the margins (last time I looked) ranged from about 4 to 30 thousand, it’s doubtful that either a recount or even objectably proven mischief could tip enough votes in ALL those states to reduce the electoral vote to below 270 for Biden. I do believe that any fraud should be exposed and the means of it legislated against, but I don’t believe it will change the outcome.

    Then, too, the Democrats were canny in staging a preemptive strike with their public celebration of Biden’s (challenged, uncertified) victory. That, plus the popular vote majority, would–if overturned–be percieved as the ‘steal” and those huge merry crowds of celebrants in the streets of every city, would, screaming “Hitler,” raze those cities and start an all out civil war. Everything now hinges on holding the majority in the Senate–in suspense till the runoff elections of two Georgia senators on January 3rd. If the senate holds, the worst of Biden’s impulses will be stopped (though the rioters, wishing for the worst, will start rioting in the hopes of forcing his or the senate’s hand).

    • Emily says:

      Great article- thanks for that.

      I can only speak to my personal experience but the mood post-election here has been somber and quiet. As expected, those who voted for Trump aren’t rioting in the streets and aren’t sitting home and crying in a safe space. Personally, I take pride in having a mature attitude after witnessing the reactions of people in 2016 when they didn’t get their way. I’m hoping for the best re. the Senate, and can only hope that the resistance to the PC elite will continue to grow.

  4. Joe L. says:

    Things are getting interesting. Today, RealClearPolitics rescinded their projection of Joe Biden winning the election, flipping Pennsylvania, Arizona and Georgia back to “undecided,” bringing Biden’s electoral vote total down to 259. No matter how badly the mainstream media wants to convince the world that Biden is President-Elect, this is a clear sign that the election is far from decided.

    Around one week before the election Joe Biden stated, “We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Was this just another one of Biden’s numerous senile gaffes, or was it a Freudian slip? You be the judge:

  5. Clicky says:

  6. Rose says:

    I still remember the hanging chads that changed the result of an election and it’s true that I did read of some very odd things happening. So I will wait and watch.

    Georgia election official: Machine glitch caused by last-minute vendor upload

    “A technology glitch that halted voting in two Georgia counties on Tuesday morning was caused by a vendor uploading an update to their election machines the night before, a county election supervisor said.

    Voters were unable to cast machine ballots for a couple of hours in Morgan and Spalding counties after the electronic devices crashed, state officials said. In response to the delays, Superior Court Judge W. Fletcher Sams extended voting until 11 p.m.

    The counties use voting machines made by Dominion Voting Systems and electronic poll books — used to sign in voters — made by KnowInk.

    The companies “uploaded something last night, which is not normal, and it caused a glitch,” said Marcia Ridley, elections supervisor at Spalding County Board of Election. That glitch prevented pollworkers from using the pollbooks to program smart cards that the voters insert into the voting machines.

    Ridley said that a representative from the two companies called her after poll workers began having problems with the equipment Tuesday morning and said the problem was due to an upload to the machines by one of their technicians overnight.

    “That is something that they don’t ever do. I’ve never seen them update anything the day before the election,” Ridley said. Ridley said she did not know what the upload contained.”

    I can’t believe that they would spend four years throwing allegations and investigations against Trump in hopes of getting him thrown out to behave themselves impeccably during an election.

  7. Frank Davis says:

    Interesting. Different ways the same thing is being reported:

    Attorney General William Barr in a memo issued on Monday authorized the Justice Department (DOJ) to look into voting irregularities in the 2020 presidential election.

    Barr authorises baseless voter fraud investigation

    Donald Trump claims he will prove election fraud but offers NO evidence

    Rudy Giuliani, who is leading the investigation, is saying there’s a great deal of evidence that will presented in court..

    We’ll see.

    • Rose says:

      “The counties use voting machines made by Dominion Voting Systems and electronic poll books — used to sign in voters — made by KnowInk.”

      The companies “uploaded something last night, which is not normal, and it caused a glitch,”

      ‘Developing The DominionVotingSystems that “glitched” in favor of Joe Biden (and was used in 29 states),”


      That’s even worse than I thought.

  8. Rose says:

    Apparently the problem has been going on since the end of September.

    Lawyers spar over Georgia voting machine glitch, planned fix
    September 29, 2020

    “ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia election officials say they’re implementing a software change to fix a glitch in the state’s new voting machines. But election integrity activists say the state is downplaying the problem and putting the security of the upcoming election at risk.”

    “Eric Coomer, an executive with Dominion Voting Systems, which sold the state its new election system last year for more than $100 million, said the problem has to do with the way the voting machines communicate with the underlying Android operating system. He told Totenberg a minor software change will address the issue.”

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