And thanks for all the braps
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An hour plus of unfunny canadians repeating jokes I've heard since well before 2016 is a big ask.Watch the entire video, retard.
The relevant portion begins around 23:00. Three minutes to couch "I don't believe every single unsupported claim" is funny to me
Without giving the zip, Crowder's addresses are a little dubious to check. I found three or four Jackson avenues/streets in the area of Detroit, none of them having addresses in the 579 range. I have no idea where it is that the guy went to film an empty lot as a result. ...Ohhh, this was Vegas he was talking about? Okay, yeah, you can find that lot. I also found this house in a suburb.
Second one is right next to a big apartment complex... if you look at North Las Vegas.
Found a house at 1009 North 17th Street, Las Vegas. South is indeed just that metro area, but... hrm, you know, if I had the zip, I could see if someone made a clerical error.
I can't even find a north spruce street altogether, so I have no idea where the guy went to find those two houses. Boy, if I just had a zip, I could be sure this shit didn't exist.
Crowder can't explain whether they're mail-in or in-person, because it's just the roll. As a result, every odd non-residential address could be explained away by what the homeless are encouraged to do. That is, "Alternatively, homeless registrants may denote a street corner or a park as their residence, in lieu of a traditional home address. The federal voter registration form and many state forms provide a space for this purpose." Someone even comments "maybe they're homeless."
I started skipping around. Felons are apparently able to vote in MI after they are released, so the (presumably homeless) dude would have been able to vote if he had been released by the date. PA's voter rolls also had some weird shit with date registrations, although it also suggested that it intentionally obscured certain profiles for the purpose of witness protection - so I don't think that this shit is the smoking gun he thinks it is.
I will give him credit for around 1:12:30 pointing out that, no, turns out a lot of those suits were just fucking trash. I still don't think he'll find the mountains of evidence he's seeking, but he has the right attitude about it and the right rhetorical approach, though he almost defeats himself. While he's right that the scales are tipped against anyone trying to scrutinize voter fraud and rolls, he answers why media platforms went so fucking gung-ho about it: people believed literally anything that the Trump team said, the vast majority of which was utterly frivalous. Had more approaches been in line with Crowder's attempt, I don't think you see the same environment.
Loose aside to one of his comments, I don't know Nevada specifically, but by-hand recounts have happened several places. GA for sure and I'm fairly certain MI also did like 4.