Geopolitical Dispersal Of The Vibrancy Vote

There is a growing obsession in the statehouses of deep blue (and deeply White) states with the perceived deficiencies of the electoral college. States like Maine want to subsume their electoral votes into the national popular vote, mostly to stick it to FreeWhites.

Bill would give away Maine’s electoral college votes to winner of national popular vote

In an attempt to circumvent the electoral college, a group of liberal lawmakers, led by Rep. Deane Rykerson (D-Kittery), are sponsoring a bill (L.D. 418) that would enter an agreement with other states to give away Maine’s four electoral college votes to the candidate that wins the most votes across the other 49 states, plus Maine.

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, as it is called, has become law in 12 “states” that control a total of 170 electoral college votes so far, according to the website of the group pushing the issue nationally.

The proposal would mathematically reduce the strength of Maine’s vote in the Presidential election by around 20 percent if calculated based upon the 2018 results.

This is a quicker route to displacing the White male vote than importing illegal aliens by the millions into Maine. Now Maine can exploit the swarth vote from afar!

Why spend decades altering the size, shape, color, and texture of your lily White state’s demography to guarantee its electoral haul enriches bluetopia prospects when you can just toss your electoral votes into the popular vote bin which is skewed by the votes of illegals and concentrations of POCs in a few coastal shitlibopolises?

Nothing says “American republicanism” like drowning Maine’s political voice in a tidal wave of Central Americans living 3,000 miles away.

Opponents of the national popular vote effort point out that small states benefit from the electoral college by requiring Presidential candidates to travel across many states, learning about and addressing the concerns of a diverse cross section of Americans.

They say a switch to the national popular vote would encourage Presidential candidates to camp out in the larger states, such as California and New York, which produce tens of millions of votes in a Presidential election, instead of smaller states which might produce only 250,000 to 750,000.

In other words, a Hillary Clinton campaign on steroids.

The proposal that will go before the Maine Legislature is curious in that it sets up a scenario where a candidate could win only a few states, but with large enough margins of victory in the popular vote that they won the national popular vote, thereby forcing a majority of states that voted against that candidate to award them the electoral votes they need to become President.

Imagine California and the Acela Corridor controlling the political destiny of the rest of America. Could there be a more likely prelude to Civil War 2?

Advocates for national popular vote argue that it is a more direct democratic method of electing the President.

Mob rule.

Right now, the twelve “states” that have passed the national popular vote compact, according to the national popular vote website are (Maine Examiner notes Washington D.C. is not a state):

California
Connecticut
Washington D.C.
Hawaii
Illinois
Massachusetts
Maryland
New Jersey
New York
Rhode Island
Vermont
Washington

CA and NY signing onto a deal that would transfer to each the electoral power of ten other states is not surprising.

Chicago wanting to stick it to the rest of Illinois is not surprising, either.

Vermont wanting to virtue signal itself to irrelevance is not surprising.

New New Delhi (NJ) wanting to award the brown horde with more electoral power is not surprising.

It’s Albion’s Cuck-seed all over again.

The national popular vote movement was started by John Koza

Every.

Single.

Undermine.

Koza’s claim to fame, aside from the national popular vote movement, is being co-inventor of the rub-off instant lottery tickets used in state lotteries around the country.

DeadSeaweight.





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  1. The framers designed the electoral college specifically to balance power between the USA’s broad geographic areas. That a candidate could win the electoral college but not the popular vote is a feature, not a bug.

    The US Senate is designed the same way. Wyoming has the same number of Senators and power as California, despite CA’s population being 60x Wyoming’s.

    What’s next? Sh*tlib states assigning their Senate votes to the side that wins a Senate majority?

    This is disenfranchisement.

    It is pure madness that a state willingly would assign its electoral college votes to the popular vote winner despite a majority of state citizens selecting another candidate

    Civil war is coming. No doubt about it.

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    • I’m not American, but isn’t this a violation of your constitution?

      [CH: america has become a violation of the american constitution.]

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    • The electoral college isn’t anything like the senate. If only. The electoral college is a vestige from the olden days when it was much more difficult and time-consuming to coordinate voting with millions of people across thousands of miles. There were no computers or phones.

      Right now the electoral college benefits the right, but there is nothing in principle about the electoral college which benefits white people in the long term. It could actually hurt them. Ohio, for example, is mostly white and used to have 26 electoral votes, now they only have 16. California has 55 votes, or 20% of the number needed to win. Having an election determined by a few gigantic blue states wouldn’t be any better than a popular vote. It might even be a lot worse.

      The popular vote is mob rule, but it’s mob rule anyway. The discrepancy between popular vote and electoral votes is a temporary fluke.

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    • We have a word for that, and almost fought a war over it. Its called carpet bagging. The general public should be a lot more angry about this than they are. Which leads back to the fake news media not informing the people of what they should really worry about. Reminds me of poor Arthur Dent who didn’t know the earth was being blown up for the galactic super highway. Clown world.

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  2. Who is paying for this?

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  3. on February 12, 2019 at 11:42 pm | Reply Gunslingergregi

    Dang man
    Guess see what happened without white power

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  4. Does CH see any possible way Civil War 2 can be avoided without Leftist indoctrination of the entire population, or at least the vast majority of it? I keep looking for that light at the end of the tunnel.

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  5. When did the lottery commission become a nigger gig?

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  6. I am very supportive of this initiative but I think it should be turned up to 11. Instead of voting at all. Let’s just have the ten most popular people of country thrown names into a hat. Draw a name, they become Prez-O-Dent!

    We are drawing near to the time when the sham of democracy, voting, and rule of law will be coming to a close, so I say lets pour as much accelerant as possible on this dumpster fire that use to be a nation.

    p.s. If you wanted to end about 1/2 to 3/4 of the problem you could use that list of 12 states to erase from the map. Ultra shitlib utopias every single one excepting perhaps Vermont which is (or was) technically libertarian but that basically means shitlib in today’s political climate.

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  7. I am very supportive of this initiative but I think it should be turned up to 11. Instead of voting at all. Let’s just have the ten most popular people of color thrown names into a hat. Draw a name, they become Prez-O-Dent!

    We are drawing near to the time when the sham of democracy, voting, and rule of law will be coming to a close, so I say lets pour as much accelerant as possible on this dumpster fire that use to be a nation.

    p.s. If you wanted to end about 1/2 to 3/4 of the problem you could use that list of 12 states to erase from the map. Ultra shitlib utopias every single one excepting perhaps Vermont which is (or was) technically libertarian but that basically means shitlib in today’s political climate.

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  8. It was never supposed to be a direct democracy. In fact the federal government was supposed to be so small that it wasn’t really ever supposed to be in a direct relationship with individual citizens. It was supposed to have a relationship with the states and stand in as arbiter between States. Citizens were supposed to have a relationship with their state.

    I’ve explained it to alot of people and that helps sometimes. There is a reason your States electoral votes equals your representation in Congress.

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    • Citizens should vote for their state reps, who in turn select members for congress, who in turn select a president. Any time we directly vote for president or members of congress we are bypassing our states.

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  9. A LOT of people saw this onslaught coming and were powerless to stop it. It’s demonic, from the very depths of hell. Go to mass, folks. For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places

    “Manifesto to the Governments and Peoples of the Christian Nations Threatened by Judaism”: The First Anti-Jewish Congress in Dresden (September 11-12, 1882)

    To the Governments and Peoples of Christian Nations Threatened by Judaism! In the course of the past centuries, the culture, civilization, prosperity, and future of the European Christian peoples were threatened, in turn, by Arabs, Tartars, and Turks – peoples of a foreign race and religion whose attacks and onslaughts were successfully fought back by the weapons of European Christians at the time. Likewise, in our times, another foreign race threatens the culture, civilization, prosperity, and future of the European Christian peoples – a foreign race that is no less dangerous. Nay, in terms of its means and objectives, it is probably even more dangerous than those aggressive national elements. This foreign race is the Jewish race. The proper instinct of the European Christian peoples has kept this natural, sworn archenemy in check until very recently. It is an archenemy against whom restrictive legislative regulations have only proven to be half measures and inadequate weapons for protecting Christian people. Since the beginning of the current century, however, this situation has changed quite radically, on a step-by-step basis, in some European countries.

    The victorious ideals of the French Revolution – liberty, equality, and fraternity – have torn down the barriers against the Jewish race that had been erected for the protection of the Christian peoples…

    http://ghdi.ghi-dc.org/sub_document.cfm?document_id=581

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    • on February 13, 2019 at 12:13 am | Reply Gunslingergregi

      Hmmmm

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    • on February 13, 2019 at 12:29 am | Reply Gunslingergregi

      Powered to stop what
      I been fighting devil half my life
      Just hitting my stride
      Obviously we all gonna have to fight and win against the devil and demons
      Hear the fuck up

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    • I would go to mass but in my tiny corner of Appalachia, everybody in the Catholic here church speaks Spanish and mass is in Spanish. The sign out in front of the church always has its messages in Spanish.

      The Catholic Church and its followers around here are the enemy of my people and therefore I do not consider their ‘church’ to be legitimate any more than their aztec flock.

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    • You just explained what the fire bombing of Dresden was ((( really))) about.

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      • based

        And the largest Catholic community in Japan circa 1945?

        Nagasaki.

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      • The Germans were deliberately genocided after the War and during its late stages. Hellstorm is a good book about it.

        The (((Morgenthau))) plan laid it all out in black and white.

        Roosevelt administration State Dept. was infested with communist Russian spies, most likely tribe.

        We should have never let those sneaky fucks into our country.

        Yuge mistake.

        And Baptists here are Southern Baptists. The population is 80+% Baptist. And you know what? They’re cucked as can be about gays, gay marriage, and any sort of White or American nationalism.

        I’ve tried to discuss lightweight versions of topics we discuss here with some local Baptist men. They don’t get it. They love Israel, FoxNews, and niggerball. They own guns and they don’t like HRC but are just died in the wool RINOs when it comes right down to it.

        I’ve had better conversations with shitlib Asheville ‘men’ even though they are wrong about every single thing LOL.

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  10. None of this really matters, because only blue states will join the compact, and they always vote in lockstep anyway.

    None of the red states are going to join.

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  11. “A group of liberal lawmakers, led by Rep. Deane Rykerson. . . .” No surprise that it’s a goy put out there as the front man for this little movement, but I am sure there is a group of hand-rubbing Israeli Eskimos in the shadows.

    If this bill passes, why not just revoke Maine’s statehood, and have it and Vermont incorporated into NY, since they apparently want to be its bitch anyhow? Make it a 2-for-1 deal vote. Neither one clearly has a backbone or purpose if this kind of nonsense is being taken seriously by its electorate. Clearly an attempt to destroy balance of power envisioned in the Constitution, and hand over reigns of power to the Democrats.

    The better result, since Maine is not land-locked, would be to just succeed from the Union, declare itself a White ethnostate, and respectfully request that good residents like Rep. Deane Rykerson take the next bus out.

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  12. Sponsored By: Representative Deane RYKERSON of Kittery
    Cosponsored By: Representative Kent ACKLEY of Monmouth
    Representative Pinny BEEBE-CENTER of Rockland
    Senator Justin CHENETTE of York
    Representative Lori GRAMLICH of Old Orchard Beach
    Representative Nicole GROHOSKI of Ellsworth
    Senator David MIRAMANT of Knox
    Representative William PLUECKER of Warren
    Representative Stanley ZEIGLER of Montville

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    • ^^ CH, pull up the photos of these losers, and you will see that everything that you have been saying is true, based on look alone.

      Anyhow…let’s start…

      1. Representative Kent ACKLEY: Old hippy. Member of the Joint Select Committee on Marijuana Legalization Implementation.
      2. Representative Pinny BEEBE-CENTER: Older woman, looks like a lesbo. “Beebe-Center lives in Rockland, where she is active in many community efforts and the Unitarian Church. She enjoys sailing, gardening and crossword puzzles.” What, no mention of her cats?
      3. Senator Justin CHENETTE: (Not making this up, folks!!) “Chenette made history at age 21 becoming the youngest legislator in Maine and the youngest openly gay legislator in the United States.” And he is wearing a wedding ring…how precious!

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    • ^^CH, I pulled up information on each of these individuals, but mod is killing me. Look at their photos and information! No surprises there, to readers here!

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      • A dope-loving hippy, an old single Unitarian Church lady of questionable sexual orientation, and an openly gay 21-year-old man. And that is just the first three cosponsors!

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      • It’s getting harder for normies to deny. Look at how both sides of the aisle piled on the somalibitch for pointing out that AIPAC has outsize influence on American politics.

        Even Trump has called her out. Even noticing is anti-semitic now I suppose.

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      • It’s getting harder for normies to deny. Look at how both sides of the aisle piled on the Omar the Somalian in Congress, for pointing out that AIPAC has outsize influence on American politics.

        Even Trump has called her out. Even noticing is anti-semitic now I suppose.

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      • “The Jew is immunized against all dangers: one may call him a scoundrel, parasite, swindler, profiteer, it all runs off him like water off a raincoat. But call him a Jew and you will be astonished at how he recoils, how injured he is, how he suddenly shrinks back: “I’ve been found out.””-Joseph Goebbels

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    • * ACKLEY: Old hippy. Member of the Joint Select Committee on Marij*ana Legalization Implementation.
      * BEEBE-CENTER: Older woman, looks like a lesbo. “Beebe-Center lives in Rockland, where she is active in many community efforts and the Unitarian Church. She enjoys sailing, gardening and crossword puzzles.” What, no mention of her cats?
      * CHENETTE: (Not making this up, folks!!) “Chenette made history at age 21 becoming the youngest legislator in Maine and the youngest openly gay legislator in the United States.” And he is wearing a wedding ring…how precious!

      [CH: there aren’t enough vomit bags in the world]

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    • Gramlich is an Adjunct Professor in Social Work. Wise Senator Miramant on the list has the following quote on his campaign site: “In Wake of #metoo, Men Have Obligation to Listen, Then Act.” The only surprise in that entire list was Bill Pluecker, a tall Germanic-looking organic farmer, who looks like a MAGA man.

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      • on February 13, 2019 at 4:31 am Captain John Charity Spring MA

        The first thing that the US represents is the enfranchisement of Jews. That’s the root of it. A godless Republic.

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    • on February 13, 2019 at 4:30 am | Reply Captain John Charity Spring MA

      The first thing that the US represents is the enfranchisement of Jews. That’s the root of it. A godless Republic.

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  13. How To Create a One-World Ochlocracy

    Repeal of real property qualifications for voting
    Nigger suffrage
    Wymyns’ suffrage (orthgraphic note: real women don’t vote)
    Seventeenth Amendment
    Voting Rights Act of 1965
    Twenty-Sixth Amendment
    (Short-term: Destruction of Electoral College)
    (Mid-term: Allow-vote to non-citizen residents, “undocumented” residents, and non-citizen non-residents—WHAT ARE YOU, A RACIST FASCIST NATIONALIST!?)
    (Long-term: Universal Suffrage of All Things in Perfect Equality—Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral! WHAT ARE YOU, A LIFEIST!?)

    Surely, I missed a few points. Suggestions are welcome.

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  14. I counter-suggest another thing: creating a nebraska system to every purple state that still have a republican majority in the state legislature.

    what this will create? a majority of votes in the electoral college in those states even if gop lose the total vote in that state.
    so, for example, in pennsylvania, instead of risking getting 12 votes (like 2016) or 0 votes (like it’s possible in 2020) we’ll had won 8 votes. apply the same logic to some of the midwest states. and this will still guarantee a majority of votes even republicans dont wont the total vote in the state

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    • This bill is especially egregious because Maine is the only state besides Nebraska to split its electoral votes. It’s why the rural second CD of Maine (actually most of the state geographically) wae able to send one electoral vote to the Trump column.

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  15. I suggest another thing: creating a nebraska system to every purple state that still have a republican majority in the state legislature.

    what this will create? a majority of votes in the electoral college in those states even if gop lose the total vote in that state.
    so, for example, in pennsylvania, instead of risking getting 12 votes (like 2016) or 0 votes (like it’s possible in 2020) we’ll had won 8 votes. apply the same logic to some of the midwest states. and this will still guarantee a majority of votes even republicans dont wont the total vote in the state

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  16. on February 13, 2019 at 12:48 am | Reply Captain John Charity Spring MA

    Theoretically that’s the end of the franchise.

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  17. One possible hilarious upside to this would be Trump winning the popular vote in 2020 and states where he got less votes having to declare him the winner.

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    • There’s no way Trump or anyone like him wins the popular vote… too many illegal ballots which are pure (D), not to mention all them dead folks who rise from the grave every November to air out their blue proclivities.

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  18. It’s getting harder for normies to deny. Look at how both sides of the aisle piled on the Omar the Somalian in Congress, for pointing out that AIPAC has outsize influence on American politics.

    Even Trump has called her out.

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  19. Pretty clever move by Maine if it really did mean they didnt have to take in any diversity. I’m pretty sure they’ll get a brown flood anyway though.

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  20. State legislatures should select members of congress who would then select a president. Then we could drop all of the non-stopping presidential campaigning, eliminate voter fraud for national office and no longer need the electoral college. This would also return power to the states by not directly voting for national offices which in effect bypasses the states.

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  21. When will Maine allow their 2 senators to be elected by national popular vote?

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  22. Koza is a Slavic word meaning goat. That is all.

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  23. The name ‘Koza’ is derived from the Russian word for ‘goat’. Presumably that would be a Judas goat?

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  24. The Compact is likely unconstitutional – as it directs the electors to vote in a certain way. Although the constitution provides that the states may appoint the electors in any manner they wish (as in, choose who gets to be an elector) it does not say that they must be compelled by a law passed by the state to vote a certain way.

    Our based mormon buds over at BYU law review explain: https://digitalcommons.law.byu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=&httpsredir=1&article=2686&context=lawreview

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  25. To flesh out my explanation of how Trump has control of the House. What if instead of immediately forcing kiddie diddling NY house Dems(but I repeat myself) to resign, Trump did something much worse- made them vote Republican? What if he then ran his own Dems as controlled opposition, when those college educated “smart” liberals wanted to punish said Dems? Here’s where he did it with the Senate Dems. Now you understand why its a “show”. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/13/nyregion/state-senate-election-results-idc-klein.html

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  26. jewish percentage of states in electoral college compact

    3.6% California
    3.3% Connecticut
    4.2% Washington D.C.
    0.5% Hawaii
    2.3% Illinois
    4.0% Massachusetts
    4.0% Maryland
    6.1% New Jersey
    8.9% New York
    2.3% Rhode Island
    1.0% Vermont
    1.5% Washington

    Of the above, only Hawaii, Vermont, and Washington contain a lower percentage of the national average of 2.1% jewish population.

    Of those three, only Vermont is more than 80% White.

    In case this seems pedantic to you, consider that Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Wyoming – 16 states – are all less than 0.5% jew, and every one of those states when for Trump in 2016.

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  27. What is it that Vox Day is always on about? Something about how the Enemy always doubles down?

    The more frightened the ((liberals)) become of repercussions for their actions, the more they agitate for creating precisely the situations necessary to create the moral outrage that is needed for that retaliation.

    This is historically true, as well.

    They are giving Americans – what’s left of them, anyway – NO WHERE ELSE TO RUN. We can’t even leave the country anymore – every where else is worse off than here.

    CW2.0 is not only inevitable, it’s imminent – one way or the other.

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  28. Putting aside philosophical debates regarding the popular vote versus electoral college, the problem with the popular vote concept is that the federal government doesn’t control elections. Each state runs and certifies the results in that state. So red states would be relying on deep blue states like California not to jack up the Democrat numbers with illegal votes. I live in California, and I would not trust people in authority here not to do that.

    I suppose the answer to this push by anti-white dems is for red states to quietly stuff the ballots with R votes in large numbers. Right now, dems can scoff at the concept of voter fraud because they know it will go overwhelmingly in their favor. When various counties in Texas and elsewhere start voting almost 100% R, in numbers approaching their total adult population, the Dems will no longer be so fond of the popular vote concept. Or maybe there will be a Civil War. If so, OK.

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  29. It really doesn’t matter at this point. The mid-terms and this new ballot harvesting sh*t, elections mean nothing anymore. They literally stole multiple California congressional districts post-election, and got away with it.

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  30. How are these initiatives even legal? Are presidential electoral colleges decided by the state level?

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  31. These states are considering the dereliction of their duty to run their own fair elections.
    Anyway, they might not have thought things through. They think superficially about muh 2016 Hillary popular vote (probably fraudulent anyway), but do they think about the unseen? That is, disaffected current non-voters in enemy territory? For example, I know plenty of conservatives in MD who don’t bother voting. Are there more non-voting democrats in republican states, or the other way around? It’s hard to tell. Party registration counts don’t seem to be reliable because plenty of unaffiliated people might still vote. And also people who don’t vote because they think it wouldn’t help probably won’t bother registering with a party either. And we know that polls are fraudulent, and that conservatives might lie to pollsters to spare themselves from getting on the commie sh!tlist or getting harassed. It’s trickier than these scumbags assume.

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  32. Not going to happen. There’s this thing called the US Constitution and the only way to change it is by amendment. How many blue states did Trump carry again? An Amendment would never pass.
    But for annoying us let’s keep up the pressure on the seltzer drinks and their useful idiots and make their lives as miserable as possible.

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  33. Unlike the other states on that list, Maine is somewhat competitive both statewide and in the second district (Trump won that). Trump did events in Maine in 2016. This bill would ensure permanent Democratic rule and no candidate visiting Maine again.

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  34. on February 13, 2019 at 7:25 pm | Reply traitors first

    Actually I’m looking at this as more of a nebraska compromise. Guys we haven’t even had a bloody kansas yet. The nebraska compromise was about 10 years before the civil war and about 4 or 5 before bloody kansas. We’ve still believe it or not got awhile to wait before things go hot. Stop sitting back with the popcorn.
    Start preparing, it’s no longer if but when. As the good captain likes to say you can’t mathematically have enough ammo. There is no avoiding it or voting your way out of it. The left hates you, your wife, your kids, your family, it’s all they have, they even hate their own family just look at their views on infanticide (which is all abortion really ever amounted to with them anyways).

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  35. Now white conservatives in Connecticut and Vermont can feel the same sense of voter futility as white conservative living in NY.

    We’re all upstate New Yorkers and rural Illinoisans now.

    The biggest, “fuck you, whitey”. I’ve seen since … no, this is the biggest. And yes, this should be intolerable to even the dimmest white pussies.

    We’ll see…

    I can’t decide if prompting CWII was a a blunder or part of globoschlomo’s plan. I wish some of our more clever posters would weigh in on this question.

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  36. Thats just fine, the counter is the parts of the insane blue states that want to seperate and have the legal right to. Upstate NY peeps have been talking to the NorCal peeps because they too are sick of excessive vibrancy and poverty. These states are just the feminists on the floor throwing a tantrum, turning blue from holding their breath too long. America is finally fucking passing their shit test. Reminds me back when NYC figured out god damn its nice when a Repub runs the city!

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