No Vote Left Behind


US President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Hickory, North Carolina, two days before the US Presidential election

This morning.

US President Donald Trump is planning to bring back his large-scale rallies that were a hallmark of his presidential run, but these will be focused on his “ongoing litigation” as he challenges the results of last week’s election.

Via Fox News:

Trump’s campaign plans to take less traditional path to challenging the results of the election, including holding “a series of Trump rallies” focused on the campaigns ongoing legal efforts in numerous states across the country.

Along with the rallies, Trump is also planning to use obituaries of people who allegedly voted but are actually dead as evidence of the voter fraud he’s been claiming. The campaign is also sending recount teams Georgia, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, with Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., heading up the effort in the Peach State.

Trump plans to revive campaign-style rallies as he pursues legal challenges to election results (Fox News)

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106 thoughts on “No Vote Left Behind

        1. Johnny

          phew-lucky escape Rob.
          ..they may have leaked highly confidential working papers,compromising the minister of that dept and undermining its work, further destroying what little trust and faith irish people have in govt.
          …hows that SiteServ inquiry going,you know the one involving FG and Matt’s boss.

          1. Johnny

            the problem after 5 years is ……Matts now at the Beacon “earning” bank for Kylie tickets…by the way word is he got a big raise and promoted recently….should Leo disclose how many hundreds of thousands Matt gets from Dennis ?

            “The IBRC commission of investigation, which is due to produce a report on building services company Siteserv by June 30, wants Sinn Fein’s Pearse Doherty to reveal the source of the information he gave to the Dail about Denis O’Brien’s banking affairs.

            There was surprise in Leinster House last week that the five-year-old commission investigating loan writedowns at IBRC, the former Anglo Irish Bank, is only now seeking the identity of Doherty’s source.”


          2. Johnny

   know the way some people follow bands and soccer stars,i’ve pics Dennis all over my basement,with maps, string linking the various players….if you haven’t I highly highly recommend utopia just out now on amazon prime.:)
            but thank you.

          3. Rob_G

            “Doctor works for hospital”- scintillating
            Pearse Doherty’s partner also works for a hospital, but I’m not sure what that has to do with the price of eggs.

          4. Johnny

            not sure as bbc and ch 4 player don’t work here so watching love island is challenging…PBS was showing a BBC drama Roadkill last nite-which was quite enjoyable.
            it just came out based on comic books – Utopia on Amazon Prime
            …what have you done today to earn your place….


          5. Johnny

            oh Rob…..please Pearse has a wife…not a ‘partner’….given what he disclosed in a very reckless manner to someone he does not really like, he knows and acts as if he’s untouchable

          6. v AKA Frilly Keane

            I think you’re underestimating the ego of the Irish Hospital Consultant

            Believe me, if Mr Matt wasn’t up to it
            Or was coining it
            or getting a bigger piece of the private or NTPF referrals because of connections
            rather than credentials and credibility as a Consultant
            either in the Private or the Public sector
            Or both, since they seem to straddle, well the lads on the original solid platinum contracts do anyway
            They wouldn’t be long stepping all over him, not even Denis, even with his girth
            Would be able to stop them

            Same for any Pharma spondulies he gets for research
            Or College/ Teaching Hospital gigs he might pick up

        1. george

          No they did not do the same thing. These were meetings in hotels that were focused on policy. Nothing like a trump rally and no accusations of fraud or legal challenges.

          1. Rob_G

            That’s funny, because as I remember it, they were organised in much the same circumstances: SF crying foul about the will of the people being subverted, and their being ‘excluded’ from government by the other parties

          1. Rob_G

            “oh you were right Rob – sorry for correcting you without full possession of the facts”

            “No problem, Scottser”

          2. Rob_G

            Well, it’s a couple of weeks ago now, but the last Red C poll I saw had them at their highest approval in a decade, 10 percentage points over SF.

            So, pretty well, I suspect.

    1. Toe Up

      Actually, assuming he charges an entry fee to these rallies, maybe this is an effort to milk his supporters one last time before he leaves office. Those campaign debts won’t pay themselves.

      1. george

        They’ll be sending out their donate emails as usual. They started that straight after the 2016 election but squandered and mismanaged the money and were left behind during the 2020 election.

      2. Hector Rameriz

        From recent emails sent out by the trump campaign to his followers asking them to step up to support his efforts to overturn the election result, a portion of money received will be used to relieve campaign debt. The grifting never ends.

  1. Charger Salmons

    He’s only doing what Brexit Remainers spent most of his presidency doing – refusing to accept the outcome.

    1. scottser

      next time you’re in the shop buying your beans and cider, have a look in the fruit and veg section. notice what an apple looks like, and then what an orange looks like. do you see they’re not the same?

      1. Charger Salmons

        Let’s see now.
        A national referendum between two choices.
        The biggest democratic mandate in election history.
        One side claiming the result wasn’t valid.
        They look remarkably similar to me.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          well one was led by an obese narcissistic fraud and the other was led by a… oh yeah, you’re right

      1. ReproBertie

        I’ve always stuck to the reality. Never felt the need to invent things just to try and claim a win.

        1. Pat Mustard

          And if fraud is found I’d imagine you won’t show humility, much like when you pumped Russia gate and than claimed you didn’t.

          1. Nigel

            And if no fraud is found I hope you’ll follow commenters who are ‘pumping’ it around going FRAUDGATE2020 at them.

          2. ReproBertie

            Nothing to worry about whatever username you’re using this week. There’s no fraud. Trump lost. Will you show humility in accepting the result?

            As I said when you posted the link, I didn’t know that was what Russia gate was but is pointing out the results of a report in one topic really pumping it?

          3. Pat Mustard

            Playing possum now.. No humility..

            And jibes about user names, my HTC phone packed it in, I got a new phone and used a new username.

          4. Nigel

            That’s nothing. I once laughed at that Infowars gobdaw calling Qanon a hoax, and suddenly I was an infowars ‘pumper’ or whatever. I once said Soros wasn’t a Nazi, and suddenly I lurved Soros. It’s just his way.

          5. Nigel

            Yes, you do avoid definitive statements while making plenty of sly insinuations. Apart from the moon landng and Sandy Hook and all the other school shootings, and Las Vegas.

          6. Charger Salmons

            And who can forget Repro Begorrah’s confident predicitons that Brexit would never happen.
            Captain Hindsight strikes again.

          7. ReproBertie

            Ah spoofer, this recurring fantasy of yours is exactly what I was referring to when I said “Never felt the need to invent things just to try and claim a win.”

            You’ve been trotting it out for years now and never once been able to provide even a single comment to back it up.

  2. Junkface

    He’s not allowed to use Air Force one, or any White House equipment for these rallies, now that he has been voted out. So it will have to come out of his own pocket, or at least one of his pretend charities

    1. ACI Question

      He’s still president for a few more weeks so I’d be surprised if he doesn’t have access to all of the trappings that go with the role.

      Toe Up probably has it right, charge a tasty entrance fee for these rallies and you can screw a few more bucks out of the backwards morons who are likely to attend them in the first place.

  3. ACI Question

    Loving every second of this, there’s now a non-zero percent chance that we get to see at least one Trump being tossed head first out a window from the Oval Office by members of the secret service in January!

    Let’s be honest, we’d all be gutted if this clown suddenly started acting with a shred of decency or decorum. This is how it was always going to end and it’s going to be hilarious.

    Let him hold rallies, the grift is already in with them seeking financial donations for these ‘legal actions’ while small printing that half-the-money will be going to campaign costs. Screw every cent you can out of these idiots, fat man, they deserve it and you’re nearly done here.

    Also, they held a press conference at a garden centre beside an adult bookstore.

  4. SOQ

    Trump is doing what Trump has always done- which is to rally the troops- and it works. Why now? Because there is a concerted media campaign to apply pressure to the courts and he is going to do the exact same thing, in reverse.

    1. Nigel

      There is no concerted media campaign applying pressure to the courts. Big rallies will not apply pressure to the courts. He’s doing this because his base’s standard of evidence is way lower than a judge’s, but rallies can in no way affect the outcome of the election now.

      1. Pat Mustard

        “his bases standard of evidence is way lower than a judges ”

        Indeed, much like evidence free Russia gate, pumped to the hilt by morons.

        1. Nigel

          If any of the findings of the report make their way to a court of law, we’ll find out, won’t we? Keep your horses steady until the gate opens, Pat.

  5. wearnicehats

    I’m curious about all this jubilation that he has lost. Is it because he’s an objectionable person or because he was a bad President for America? I don’t have any great interest in American politics so I don’t know. Personally I’m just glad of the break in Covid related news heaviness. I mean 70 million (seventy!) people voted for him, he got 7 million more votes this time than last so presumably he was doing something right?

    1. Charger Salmons

      Indeed wearnicehats.
      What’s also noticeable is that the losers in this election haven’t rioted, torched shops, attacked innocent people or pulled down any statues.
      Shops and businesses were only boarded up across America as insurance against a Democrat defeat.
      Biden’s problem now is how he placates those lawless thugs now they’ve got a taste of blood.

  6. v AKA Frilly Keane

    Dunno ’bout all of ye

    but I’m looking forward to the details about his Library
    Convert one of his old casinos maybe

    Whatever happens next, votes, courts, electoral college etc

    One thing for sure the Trump’s next four years are going to look the exact same
    He is still going to be called President
    and he still is going to be doing this rallies

    He is the new Evangelical money machine in ‘Merica

    + Pence and Palin

    Even if he does get re-inaugurated
    He isn’t going to do a tap in the Oval

    It’ll be all these rallies

      1. Johnny

        four seasons landscaping is a long way from the four seasons hotel
        Jones just lost to Kelly in a Ga senate race, about as far away from the most eminent statesman of his generation,James Baker as you can get.
        125,000 cases yesterday, the ramblings of a sore loser just don’t cut it with yanks.

        1. v AKA Frilly Keane


          But he’ll not be paying for them

          Local organisers will

          and will be passing the plate
          Tithes for Trump

          You saw the state of some of them praying ta jaysus n’ the like there on Wednesday and Thursday

          ‘telling ye lads

          Trump is the new Evangelical money machine

    1. ReproBertie

      How much of those rallies will be laying the ground work for Don Jr to run? I don’t think Trump’s ego would let him risk being a loser twice.

      1. Johnny

        rehab more likely his out control lunatic gf was offering lap dances for donations,its trailer trash stuff at this point…she’s going take him down…the insane extravagant spending and waste…she was running small donor raises and failed miserably with don jr…kinda dooming any run.

      2. george

        I don’t think his ego would allow him to step aside and he is too arrogant to suspect he might lose twice.

        Don Jr was nearly crying on TV. His plans to run in 2024 are up in smoke because his dad will want to run again.

  7. Kate

    I would want a recount in Georgia if I was running. 5 millions voters and only 10, 200 votes between victory & loss . You’d be an eejit not to….? A recount is good too to put faith in voting process . Hysteria is not warranted .

    1. george

      Recounts in states where it was very close are normal and to be expected. What is not normal are accusations of coordinated fraud across multiple states.

      A recount in Georgia was announced as soon as it was clear how close the margin would be. Rallies and accusations of fraud weren’t needed to get one.

      The reality though is that recounts rarely change things by more than a couple of hundred votes.

      1. v AKA Frilly Keane

        Well in fairness
        there is no need for the hysterics and the yahooing about voting and counting fraud

        the margins are so close
        The Returning Officers, think they would be titled
        The Secretary of State for the State of insert as per
        over there
        would call a recount anyway

        IMO here anyway, with those margins, the Candidates wouldn’t have to ask

        1. SOQ

          They are pushing for audits rather than recounts V- and given the data irregularities and software ‘glitches’- they might get them too.

          1. Nigel

            But you have to allow for massive exaggeration and outright lies both about glitches and irregularities, and about audits and the audit process. The recount in Georgia was automatic – but that was treated as a massive victory for Trump and proof of fraud. The Supreme Court order just reaffirmed the counting process, but was treated as a massive victory and proof of fraud. There is no proof of fraud, no reason to think the election was fraudulent. If Republicans cared about electronic voting security and transparency they should have passed those Democratic bills designed to make them so.

          2. SOQ

            6000 Trump votes went to Biden in Michigan- FACT– and software anomalies have been identified elsewhere too- that warrants an investigation all of its own.

            As for proof- let’s see what is presented in court first eh? These are hard nosed lawyers on both sides so you can be certain they both have tricks up their sleeves- and both are keeping their powder dry.

          3. Nigel

            Is it a FACT? Is it really? I’ll have to go check that because you are really not a reliable source.

            Trump’s hard-nosed team of Four Seasnos Landscaping Lawyers are keeping their powder dry? In what bloody universe? They were there to present ‘witnesses to fraud.’ What they weren’t doing is presenting them in court, under oath. If they had real proof they’d be screaming it from the rooftops.

          4. ReproBertie

            “6000 Trump votes went to Biden in Michigan”
            And the anomaly was spotted, investigated and corrected.

            “Even if the county hadn’t noticed, this would have been caught and corrected during Michigan’s normal canvassing procedures, when they compare the results to the paper tapes from the machines,” said University of Michigan computer science professor J. Alex Halderman, a voting machine expert.

            They have not yet decided if it was human error or software. If it was human error then the same software being used in other counties is irrelevant. If it was software then it’s reasonable to assume that the “normal canvassing procedures” would have shown something in other counties if there was something to show..

          5. Junkface

            There have been no credible reports of hard evidence being supplied to support claims of voter fraud. Before this election, the maximum amount of voter fraud uncovered was less than 1%. So Trump and his team of lawyers are suggesting the biggest voter fraud in US history without any credible evidence.

            The US electoral commission has looked at all claims so far and still rejected them.

          6. Nigel

            None of the challenges so far amount to enough to overturn the election, most have been rejected, and their one success was that observers should be moved closer to the counting.

          7. SOQ

            @Reprobetie- I very much doubt if manual checks would wash because if it is proved to be a software issue then the assumption is that it is the same across all 47 counties- and that manual checks are prone to error too.

            User error is highly unlikely as that would require high if not full administrator privileges..

            There have been reports that an update was loaded the night before the election which is absolutely reckless behaviour by the software house as there is no way all those machines could be checked before going live.

            This is a pretty good article in the mail.


          8. ReproBertie

            Look at you acting like you know more than the experts because you read an article in the Daily Heil.


            Michigan’s Department of State said Friday that the Antrim County clerk accidentally did not update software used to collect voting machine data.

            “Because the clerk did not update software, even though the tabulators counted all the ballots correctly, those accurate results were not combined properly when the clerk reported unofficial results,” the Department of State said.

            “Even if the error in the reported unofficial results had not been quickly noticed, it would have been identified during the county canvass,” department officials added. “The software did not cause a misallocation of votes; it was a result of user human error.”

            That last line again.

            “it was a result of user human error.”

  8. dav

    The only question Donny want’s answered is how much? He’s bankrupt once he leaves the White House so He’s looking for guarantees – financial and legal that he’ll be “looked after”.

          1. Nigel

            Trump is notorious for inflating his net worth. He’s in massive amounts of debt. He can probably expect a close examination by the IRS following revelations about his tax-dodging. A lot of his campaign fundraising – and his current election challenge fundraising – is being channeled into his personal legal fund, becasue he’s facing an array of legal actions once he’s out of office. There’s some massive loan coming due from Deuttsche Bank next year and he’s personally liable for it. He’s most likely broke in that way rich people go broke.

          2. SOQ

            From above- In April of 2020 Forbes estimated Trump’s net worth—that is, assets minus liabilities—at $2.1 billion.

            Grasping what net means yet? Whatever his real value is, he is sure as hell not broke.

          3. Nigel

            SOQ, do you know who those Forbes lists rely on for the assessment of net worth? Hint: it’s not an idependent assessment.

          4. dav

            I believe Anglo Irish Bank was worth Billons until the arse fell out of it..

            “President Donald Trump has lost $315.6 million since 2000 from the 15 golf courses he owns in the US, Scotland, and Ireland, The New York Times reported Sunday in an in-depth investigation into Trump’s tax returns.
            Trump’s largest golf resort, Trump National Doral in Miami, has an $125 million mortgage due in three years. Trump bought Doral for $150 million in 2012 and, over the next six years, lost $162.3 million on the property, according to Trump’s tax documents obtained by The Times. “

  9. ReproBertie

    What’s this? Rudy’s star witness in Philly is a sex offender from New Jersey?

    The first person Rudy Giuliani, the attorney for President Donald Trump, called up as a witness to baseless allegations of vote counting shenanigans in Philadelphia during a press conference last week is a sex offender who for years has been a perennial candidate in New Jersey.

  10. Charger Salmons

    The Middle East is ominously quiet on commenting on the outcome of this election.
    Trump achieved significant progress in thawing relations between Arab countries and Israel.
    Not that he was given any credit by the hostile and biased US media.
    Biden would be foolish to put the clock back.

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