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virgil last won the day on June 9 2015

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  1. Probably on Tucker Carlson tonight- he may have been off for the long weekend. So, conspiracy theories get a break for a few days.
  2. Your desperation is making you gullible. Do you actually believe that all ‘this evidence’ was collected and used to make a documentary, but nobody thought to use it to re-file a lawsuit? You and Grouse can keep this nonsense going. I have stuff to do.
  3. No. But, I've read the posts of a few jackasses. I've actually seen pieces of it- mostly fact check stuff.
  4. Nonsense. Many of the judges that heard the evidence were Trump appointees. See, I just took the bait. Won't do it again. If you want to keep on with this nonsense, go ahead. You'll always have Grouse on your side, if that makes you feel better.
  5. I just find it funny that you keep referring to 'the evidence' of the 2020 election as having been obviously stolen. You seem to like trying to bait people into debating with you. Maybe you feel that it legitimizes the false claims. There is a reason that these silly accusations have not been able to gain any traction in the legal system. The only reason these nonsense claims still exist is because they are a proven winner in motivating voters and duping donors.
  6. The fact that you two agree is enough for any reasonable person to know it's nonsense.
  7. True the Vote From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article needs to be updated. Please help update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (September 2020) True the Vote Formation November 30, 2009; 12 years ago[1] Founder Catherine Engelbrecht Purpose Preventing voter fraud Headquarters Houston, Texas, U.S. Official language English Website truethevote.org True the Vote (TTV) is a conservative[2][3] vote-monitoring organization based in Houston, Texas whose stated objective is stopping voter fraud. The organization supports voter ID laws[4] and trains volunteers to be election monitors and to spot and bring attention to suspicious voter registrations that its volunteers believe delegitimize voter eligibility. The organization's current president is Catherine Engelbrecht. Since 2020, True the Vote has become known for its support for the disproven conspiracy theory that Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 United States presidential election was due to fraud. In the aftermath of that election, the group repeatedly claimed that they possessed evidence of widespread voter fraud in the election, and solicited millions of dollars in donations, but never released any evidence.[5] Americans for Prosperity and other Republican-leaning independent groups have sponsored meetings featuring speakers from the group, including Engelbrecht.[6]
  8. You pretend to be open minded. You're not. There isn't anything that will change your mind. 2000 Mules tells you what you want to hear, so you happily believe it and accept it as proof that you are right.
  9. I think you missed the point.
  10. Yet another predictable and pathetic attempt to promote stupid conspiracy theories. All debunked nonsense started by and reposted by fools. The easiest thing to check, if you cared at all about accuracy, would be about the truck. It was a 2008 and was owned by his grandmother- the woman he shot in the face.
  11. The Pediatric association recommends that pediatricians have conversations with parents about gun safety because guns are the leading cause of death in children. It is not a requirement.
  12. If you're not a new patient to that office, you probably wouldn't be asked. i believe it's usually included on intake paperwork for admissions or new patients. And, it is not a requirement that docs offices even ask these questions- as far as i recall. Some medical associations recommend that doctors discuss gun safety with patients. But, i'm not aware of any requirements.
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