“don’t feed the rinos” — voters question primary results nationwide as the gop tanks in polls

Around the country, Republican Party establishments are publicly taking a victory lap. There’s going to be a “RED WAVE!” they exclaim. They’re going to reclaim the seats of power and set all things right in the world.

Privately, they are begging for unity and hemorrhaging support. 

While the Republican establishment pats itself on the back, voter support for the Republican party is the lowest it’s been all year. According to Rasmussen polling, the Generic Congressional Ballot is now within three points, down two from the prior report.

“…Republicans have a three-point lead in their bid to recapture control of Congress. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that, if the elections for Congress were held today, 46% of Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican candidate, while 43% would vote for the Democrat. Just four percent (4%) would vote for some other candidate, but another eight percent (8%) are not sure.”

Rasmussen Reports, July 29, 2022

how did that happen?

I say it’s the primary outcomes that have made the contests a lot less generic. Evidence of electronic manipulation and detection of algorithms have occurred in every primary that has been completed to date.

In El Paso County, as I’ve reported, the recount saw multiple statute violations, broken chain of custody, significant tabulator issues, election workers changing chain of custody documentation to match the recount (on video), and election workers being dismissed by the county for what, allegedly, amounts to obstruction. 

Secretary of State Jena Griswold says everything I just said is disinformation. It’s on video, and you can see it with your own eyes, but you’re forgetting about the golden magical fairy dust of modern elections. It walks like fraud and talks like fraud but totally isn’t fraud. 

How, you ask?


The algorithms that show obvious margin control – statistically impossible margin control for a randomized system like elections. The broken chain of custody captured on video. The cover up of the broken chain of custody (without investigation as required) also captured on video. 

All of that is totally fine – it’s a normal part of our elections. It just looks like fraud. But – pinky promise – it totally isn’t.

You may be a cyber forensics expert but you’re not an elections expert. How could you possibly understand a system designed for something so complex as…counting?

Tina Peters continues to pursue litigation against the primary results, while Secretary Griswold certified the results this week. 

but kari lake won – obviously there is no election fraud! 

Sigh. Kari Lake is involved in litigation against her opponent in the contest, the current Secretary of State Katie Hobbs. The litigation is for a temporary injunction barring the use of electronic voting systems in the November election.

Hobbs is the one that just ran the election in Arizona. 

During the hearing on a motion to dismiss last month, the judge specifically asked the plaintiffs why their case was focused on the general and did not include the primary. Their response was that they were requesting the injunction for the primaries, but also that they recognized the practical realities of stopping the machines less than a month before primary election day.

Kari Lake won every county in the state of Arizona. Her victory was uncertain on election night, and Maricopa County stopped counting again. 

Stopping counting on election night is a new phenomenon that first happened (practically in unison across multiple states) in the 2020 election. That was also the first time we ever saw “edison zero” occur, where all election results were reset to zero and brought back online with the leads inverted. 

Stopping counting is normal, see; it happens all the time (now). It’s not fraud, it’s just that golden magical fairy dust. DEBUNKED! 

My hypothesis is that Lake’s win will be used to throw out the injunction against the machines. Then they can proceed with their election system as usual. Bonus points for continuing to normalize election anomalies like stopping the count as “just part of the system.”

about that red wave

Back to the Rasmussen Poll, here in Colorado, feckless GOP Chair Kristi Burton Brown is really excited about her slate of candidates. UNITY! YOU DON’T WANT DEMOCRATS TO WIN!!!

I don’t know a single Republican that supports the candidates that won, aside from the obvious rinos.

I believe the “red wave” is poisoned with establishment candidates who want to maintain the status quo and the power of the state. No matter which party is in power, globalism expands, the state amasses power, and we lose our rights.

Believing the primary results in almost every contest around the nation requires that you believe Republican voters – nationwide – want to maintain this status quo. 

That’s a no for me and, according to this Rasmussen poll, voters agree. Rasmussen is the most favorable poll to the Right, and now the most favorable poll has their lead down to three points.

voters want change

So why has Republican support narrowed so sharply? Well, the Generic Congressional Ballot isn’t that generic anymore. As primaries complete and voters see the actual candidates, support for the Republicans is shrinking. 

It just keeps going down…

Everyone wants change – America sucks right now and anyone who still critically thinks knows that it’s the consequence of the stolen election.

During a time when everyone wants change, voters are going to the polls and selecting establishment candidates, many of them incumbents, who are certain to keep things the way they are? Get out of town. 

No way. Voters voted for change. Electronic voting equipment and criminals like Griswold and Hobbs made sure they didn’t get that change. 

And as voters see the outcomes of the primary elections, they are telling pollsters that they no longer support the Republican party. 

Think about that. 

There may be a “Red Wave” in November. The Republicans may retake the Congress and hold some investigations and make strongly worded statements. 

Our level of representation, however, will not change. 

don’t play on their field, change the game

Amid the madness, there are glimmers of hope. Just released this evening, Todd Watkins, candidate for El Paso County Sheriff, issued a statement. Give it a read, and Don’t Feed the Rinos!

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One thought on ““don’t feed the rinos” — voters question primary results nationwide as the gop tanks in polls

  1. O I am soooo on board with remembering “we always have options”… We must use those tools that are available to us and the tools I have are my money and my vote. I Don’t Uni-Vote… Period.

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