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Response I made to Claims of no Voter Fraud

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 13 2020 15:02 zulu

The response I made to the specious CLAIMS of no election fraud.

 

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Twitter Judged My 10-minute Work TOO REALISTIC

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 13 2020 14:44 zulu

One of my works of 1st Amendment political satire had to do with the current (Nov 12th 2020) controversy over Target Stores BANNING books reported for violating CORRECT SPEECH!

So... I quickly found an image, and over 10-minutes made this criticism of Target, complete with the Target logo...

Twitter banned me in a matter of SECONDS (later reversed) claiming my work was considered too realistic.

 

I present (the German means: POLITICAL CORRECTNESS FOR THE CUSTOMERS)

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My response to Twitter's Election Warnings

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 11 2020 09:43 zulu

My response to Twitter placing a warning on any disagreement about the election results

Illustration I made of Twitter's actual claims (inset on the blackboard) and my added commentary in chalk.

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The MEDIA has no authority to decide an election.

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 15:59 zulu

YouTube labels any expression of dissent with: "The AP has called the Presidential race for Joe Biden", which is itself a contested race somwhere between 'JACK' and "SHIT'.

The 'MEDIA' - AP, CNN, MSNBC, ad nauseum - has no more authority to 'CALL' an election than your 13-toed, 5-toothed drunk uncle.

 

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Graphic satire created in Photoshop

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 13:51 zulu

Made this while watching 'Mimic' - L. Nicholas

 

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My MEMEs on Leftism - 331

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 12:53 zulu

My MEMEs on Leftism - 331

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My MEMEs on Leftism - 372

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 12:50 zulu

My MEME on Leftism - 372

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VOTER FRAUD? No fraud here, come on man

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 09 2020 00:18 zulu

 

VOTER FRAUD? No fraud here, come on man!

Yet Another MEME I Created

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 09 2020 00:17 zulu

Yet Another MEME I created to release some repressed outrage

Another MEME I Created

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 09 2020 00:15 zulu

Another MEME I Created to expel some repressed rage...

I present the Republican'ts, Conservatives and Libertarians

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 08 2020 23:45 zulu

I present our Nation's Proudly Passive Republican'ts, Conservatives and Libertarians...

 

... yeah, rights are definately not worth missing television...

 

 

it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 08 2020 23:34 zulu

I am told, "You CANNOT oppose the U.S. Government".

 

So, at what point did that stop being a RIGHT?

 

After all, the text of the U.S. Declaration of Independence seems to omit, "JUST THIS ONE TIME" when declaring, "... it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it..." as if such a Right extended into perpetuity.

 

Seditious, treasonous, subversive... perhaps to them unaware that these condemnations are duplicity; when in truth, throughout documented history authoritarian rule has always first proscribed that which threatens state or monarchical rule over the populace. Freedom and Liberty conceal no such fear.

 

Then again, the same document; that emphasized as incontrovertible each citizen's Right "...to alter or to abolish...", is also unequivocal about "UNALIENABLE RIGHTS" and consider how well that decree has been honored...More...

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My Prediction for the 2020 Presidential Election

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on October 19 2020 08:09 zulu

With a few weeks to go, my Prediction for the 2020 Presidential Election (LNDL 2020-10-19)

Well worth consideration is the probability of voter fraud in favor of Joe Biden, which I believe inexorable. I will take a chance in predicting collusion in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and North Carolina - possibly Nevada or some mid-west state as well. For what reason? The aforementioned three have received significant attendance at Trump campaign rallies; additionally, Trump will hold these in Michigan. Michigan? I have no idea the reason.

When I considered the massive attendance at these events; including impromptu rallies conducted by the voters themselves, Trump has overwhelming support in these states, which if left unaltered, will defeat Biden. If there is to be collusion and fraud, these determinant states would become the epicentres of deceit.

Perhaps not, yet if any evidence of fraud is discovered notwithstanding against whom, the United States will be on a resolute path to bifurcation.

 

My Prediction for the 2020 Presidential Election

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UNDESERVED WEALTH cannot cure FUGLY

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on October 17 2020 05:33 zulu

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GOOGLE's continuing abuse & manipulation of the public

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 25 2020 05:06 zulu

GOOGLEs continuing abuse and manipulation of the public

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