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xrpmeplease

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  1. Best i can tell, between 1/2 to 2/3 of "everyone" can't tell whether up is down or sideways, regardless of their particular tastes. Capital is flowing and more and more is nowhere near enough. I'll profit form the next XRP parabolic and i've no doubt there will be one. How soon? Dunno...shoulda bought pot stocks, and more bourbon
  2. Hey man, i'm not trying to be rude, so apologies if that came off that way, but this entire post-election farce is beyond the pale. The entire exercise has been transparent and drips of thin-skinned entitlement, not to mention overt racism (there's only "fraud" (which nary a court filing has alleged, as there might be real consequences to that!) in democrat leaning counties with substantial Africa American populations??? Really???), and at every turn has been proven to lack any substance. I understand the president was none too pleased with how his election win was received by some, but politics is a vicious game and both sides engage unfairly sometimes. But the electoral process must be above the fray for even a thin veneer of legitimate democracy to even be considered to exist. And when one side takes the position that the only way it can lose is if there is fraud, their protestations must be taken in that light. Fantasyland would be the polite way of describing it. To be clear, I'm not accusing you of any of this, but to even just give any semblance of credence to this madness is just...beyond my ability to understand. I won't engage further, but I wish you well. Take care and may we both profit from XRP!
  3. Just off the top of my head... - Rudy, lol... - It's not tampering, its being blocked from reseting them for other upcoming elections. - Signatures were verified twice already. Its a highly partisan environment where not being seen to protect the president's interests will result in political retribution and being primaried in the future...it's almost done, no doubt some more easily refutable evidence of fraud will arise, but none of it is real (so far, anyways). It's really hard to cheat elections in the US and not get caught (go read about NC a couple years ago, where they revoted) You'll save yourself a lot of trouble if you read all the news sites (both sides) instead of just one side...and then research specific issues on their own merits. And to where this started, the markets have already priced in this madness, it was a given all this would happen if he lost. Anyways, I gotta work, enjoy fantasyland.
  4. This...I know I just posted something from a source I haven't researched (that's why flagged it), but the source matters! People want to believe everything they read or see that supports their point of view. It should be the opposite.
  5. Do a little more research...I have no idea how reputable "Lead Stories" is, but nonetheless: Two high-level officials with the Georgia secretary of state's office and a state elections board monitor each told Lead Stories that their investigations revealed nothing suspicious in the video. The officials said the ballots seen in the video were in regular ballot containers -- not suitcases -- and they had been removed from their envelopes and processed while news media and election observers for the Republican Party and Trump campaign were present. The media and party observers were never told to leave because counting was over for the night, but they apparently followed workers who left once their job of opening envelopes was completed, the chief investigator for the secretary of state told Lead Stories. The observers were free to return at anytime, she said. Georgia law allows observers, but does not require them to be there for ballots to be counted, she said.
  6. I've seen it, but I'm not one to jump to conclusions. You are certain that is what is shown happening on those videos? And even if it is, which I doubt but I don't know either way, you're sure they aren't republican votes?
  7. I had a long response typed out an it didn't save, fml. Short version, buy the rumour, sell the news...with regards to what's happening in the US right now in relation to the election, its all rumour and no news.
  8. I understood your comment to mean that the lack of a concession will result in equities going down, which i'd opine is a dramatic view. Perhaps I was mistaken?
  9. Ascribing meaning to the lack of a concession that was never going to happen...
  10. Alleged violations and actual prosecutions are two different things...and related to Covid restrictions? I haven't read of any... Saying you don't agree with something, and that something resulting in prosecutions (much less convictions) are 2 different things...one is just angry words and the other is real life. Welcome to reality. Its not a joke.
  11. And if you go read why it was removed from the website, as i just did, you'd do well not to draw any conclusions from it.
  12. If you want to focus on that, then i'd respond that a prosecution can only occur when a law has been violated. Which law(s) has been violated? Pick any jurisdiction you'd like...
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