Anyone watching the debate tonight?

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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Re: Anyone watching the debate tonight?

Postby Sam Stone » 24 Oct 2020, 11:16

kath wrote:
yeah, the hunter biden crap is sooo debunked already. the same disinformation has been floatin around for a year and a half...

and rudy suddddenly found it on a laptop. "





So that was what Guliana was fiddling around for in his trousers at the end of the the new Borat film

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Re: Anyone watching the debate tonight?

Postby kath » 24 Oct 2020, 11:19

Sam Stone wrote:
kath wrote:
yeah, the hunter biden crap is sooo debunked already. the same disinformation has been floatin around for a year and a half...

and rudy suddddenly found it on a laptop. "





So that was what Guliana was fiddling around for in his trousers at the end of the the new Borat film


it's pretty amazing that rudy, at his age, with his demented brain and constant drunkenness, can fiddle around at all.

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Re: Anyone watching the debate tonight?

Postby Diamond Dog » 04 Nov 2020, 09:57

Diamond Dog wrote:
Diamond Dog wrote:Just looking at the US "Swing/Battleground Sates".... the ten States that were won by less than 4% of the vote last time were..... Rep - Arizona (11 electoral college votes) Florida (29) N Carolina (15) Pennsylvania (20) Michigan (16) Wisconsin (10) ...Dem - Nevada (6), Minnesota (10), New Hampshire (4) Maine (4). That's 101 Rep EC votes by less than 4%, and 24 Dem EC votes most at risk. Interestingly those four Dem States have been held by them at least three times consecutively (Minn 11 times, Maine 7, New Hampshire 4, Nevada 3) whereas only two of the Rep states have been held more than once consecutively (Arizona 5 times, N Carolina twice). The rest only switched at the last election. So assuming the voters that have stuck with the same party more than once consecutively do so again ........ Would it be reasonable to assume that the election may well be decided by the voting in Florida (29 EC votes), Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (16) and Wisconsin (10) ?


So with two weeks to go those four 'key' States above are ALL polling in Biden's favour : Florida 51.1%, Penn 52.7%, Michigan 53.4% and Wisconsin 52.9%.


The two other 'Trump' States I conceded are polling : Arizona 50.9% Biden & N Carolina 50.9% Biden.
The four 'Biden' States I conceded are polling : Nevada 52.7% Biden, Minnesota 53.0% Biden, New Hampshire 54.6% Biden, Maine (two districts) are both Biden at present - one very tight, one heavily in Biden's favour.

The last Election was 304-227 Trump. If Trump could win Florida, Arizona & N Carolina (and they are close) he would then have 258 votes. If Biden gains the rest he would then have...273 votes....


Well would you just look at that.....
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