Two Videos: Analysing and Exposing the US Election

Victor Davis Hanson speaks at length with former deputy prime minister John Anderson about the US election, fraud, misleading polls.

As the video is hosted by YouTube, those interested should watch now just in case the Google-owned platform adds the clip to the ever-growing list of things Big Tech doesn’t want you to see.

From Mr Hanson’s helicopter view of the election, the culture war and the factors that determined its alleged outcome, now descend to the granular as a Detroit election supervisor describes how to get the result the Democrats needed.


13 thoughts on “Two Videos: Analysing and Exposing the US Election

  • gary@erko says:

    But isn’t it a wonderful co-incidence. Almost as though the king can hold back the tide, the day after the press crowns their president, Pfizer announces the virus dragon can be defeated. Biden deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for being anyone but Trump.

  • Farnswort says:

    Steve Cortes: The Statistical Case Against Biden’s Win – https://thenationalpulse.com/news/case-against-biden-win/

  • Farnswort says:

    Tucker Carlson on electoral fraud and the media’s rush to declare Joe Biden the winner: https://youtube.com/watch?v=R5ki6S-WsKU

  • Peter OBrien says:

    Many ‘pundits’ say that even if there were fraud, it was not on a scale to turn the election. I beg to differ. Today it is reported that it is a total of 110,000 votes across four swing states that separates Trump and Biden. It would not even require systemic organized fraud to achieve this. Casual, uncoordinated opportunistic fraud on the part of local functionaries could do it easily and we’ve seen plenty of evidence of this kind of activity.

  • DG says:

    Irrespective of fraud, VDH touches on a political flaw we too often see: complacency. Every political battle has to be fought as though it is pivotal. If you don’t, it will turn out to have been pivotal, but you pivoted too late.

  • pgang says:

    Peter O’Brien I don’t know if that includes Michigan? I read that it was only 50,000 votes to tie the electoral college.
    I don’t understand why some conservatives are writing this off just because the media is in our faces, as usual. The one certainty as this stage is that nobody knows who is going to president.
    Also I think it is interesting that Hanson spent an hour discussing why the electorate turfed out Trump, then right at the end concedes that Trump won the election with legal votes. Kind of made the discussion rather moot, although he did raise some interesting points (I didn’t listen to all of it).

  • Peter OBrien says:

    The main States quoted in the piece I read were Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania plus other unnamed states which could include Michigan.
    The more I read the more obvious it is that Trump is well within his rights – indeed owes it to his supporters – to fight this to the end.

  • pgang says:

    At The UnAustralian again today they have a host of articles which assume that Biden is already Mr President. The fools have edited themselves into a very tight corner. This could get ugly for their sales down the track if Trump pops their leftie bubble. Why on earth would you turn your back on the potential story of the century?
    Apart from Fox News I don’t think I’ve ever witnessed such a sellout of a customer base (unless you include the LNP).

  • Alice Thermopolis says:

    pgang: “””The fools have edited themselves into a very tight corner.”
    Ditto Our- “without bias or agenda” – ABC.
    On the RN World Today yesterday, presenter dismissing the the vote-rigging as “baseless”, referred to Mitch McConnell as “the only adult in the room”. she was shocked to learn he was supporting Trump’s call for an investigation. Today the WT’s only guest was a legal scholar from a university in Ohio who was very unhappy that “democracy” was being undermined in this way. Whatever Trump’s character flaws may be, they have surely been eclipsed by the MSM’s rabid determination to ensure its Biden-victory narrative prevails. It probably will, unless their is a courageous judge somewhere in US legal system.

  • Farnswort says:

    “Despite mainstream media’s urgent demands for evidence of widespread election fraud, it will take time for the legal case to be “outcome determinative,” according to a member of President Donald Trump’s legal team…”


  • pgang says:

    Uber’s Law: The greater the media consensus, the less likely is the story to be factual.

  • bearops says:

    CD Media Host L. Todd Wood reveals the mechanics behind the electronic vote steal operation in an interview with Russel Ramsland of Allied Security, specialists in Security Operations and staffed by people who came from 3 letter agencies. Link: https://youtu.be/ficae6x1Q5A

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