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8 August 2020 #BetweenTheLinesDotVote Analysis Strange Days At Twitter Over the day, yesterday, I lost about 130 followers. This, miraculously started to turn around after I posted about it. As of now, I have regained about 90 of them. Can you say, go figure?

2) I don't think the trend dates solely back to yesterday. Over the previous several days I had lost about 100 followers. Of course, this is anything but the first time it's occurred, and there is also natural attrition. But there can be little doubt that yesterday was different.

3) I've discussed this before, and when I do, I always mention @TamaraLeigh_llc. One always has to be ready to suffer what she suffered. Twitter wiped out - for no reason, and was never willing to explain themselves - her first account of over 75,000,000 followers.

4) Imagine the hours of her life, 1,000s of them, and the meaning of her efforts, all wiped out a single click, I am sure, by someone at a terminal and boss' clear command. Can you say evil joy? Do you remember knocking down wood block towers and how fun it was?

5) It is one of the most definitive hallmarks of evil that it takes orgasmic joy in destruction. Think the Taliban destroying a 2,000 year old mountain carving of Buddha. Think statue destroyers right here in America today. Looters, arsonists. Destruction is evil joy.

6) I can't make a promise. If Twitter wipes out my account, as I anticipate they will, I don't know that I'll have the dedication to rebuilding that @TamaraLeigh_llc had. A very big part of me says there has to be a better way, and I don't think it's Parler.

7) At

we have a fantastic team. One of the things we're doing is beginning to build our Facebook strategy. Assuming this account still exists, then, I'll update you about that as we roll it out.But, Facebook is obviously censoring as well. So...

8) I've devised two new strategies, each of which require your help to succeed. Well, the first I've already shared, and it really wasn't me who devised it! But I have embraced it! An anonymous friend of mine suggested a simple text message campaign.

9) All you do is reach out to a friend, and say, There's a new polling outfit I want you to check out, will you? And then you provide our link. Then, second, you say: If like me you find it 100% unbiased, please send this link to everyone you know. That's it.

10) My friend created that strategy because I was telling him we're still struggling to get the number of Democrats we need for our poll's validity. So, he decided to send that to a slew of Democrat friends, everyone he knows. How much do I love him?

11) We have to linger with this for a little bit. As the great tech companies ramp up their censorship dedication, we have to defeat them with new strategies. I believe that text messages are, at least a little, harder to censor than a Twitter of Facebook account is.

12) So, with my friend's genius to guide me, I plan to keep pushing this text message strategy to the max. I plan to learn how to build group text messaging to compete with Twitter's DM rooms. I have a story to share on that point.

13) I have a very famous friend. I won't mention her name. She had to leave a DM room that I was in too, and I saw that, and reached out. We often speak on the phone, and text message each other frequently as well. This is what she told me...

14) Twitter had cut her massive reach in half or more by shadow banning her. She was so upset by this, she ended up reaching out to another friend who is a brilliant analyst of Twitter's methods and he had extraordinary counsel for her.

15) Her adviser said this. One of the most important elements of Twitter's shadow banning methods, is to attack the tweets of people who are in DM rooms that they tag as "not good." There's a lot that tells us. Twitter obviously knows everything we say in our DM rooms.

16) And, Twitter has decided to clamp down on the reach of successful Twitters on the conservative side of politics in America today. So, my friend decided to drop out of all her DM rooms, and guess what happened. Her reach exploded again, instantly.

17) And, if I did not have her phone number, or was unable to send her text messages, I would never have been able to find that out. I share it here in public, but obviously, I'm not saying anything about who she is. I have many famous friends.

18) Not only will I be exploring methods of text message groups, I will also be turning to chat apps, and I'll be learning about their security and privacy protocols. I hope you're getting the drift. I am preparing for the very real possibility that I'll be kicked off Twitter.

19) Here's how serious I am. My desktop computer is a Microsoft Surface. My smart phone is an iPhone. I am seriously considering adding an Android cell phone to my arsonal, and an Apple product, so I can integrate text messaging onto my desktops. Double redundancy.

20) I have already tested and rejected Google Voice, the VOIP component is just too unpredictable, and dependent on consistency of internet signal. It's old technology, and it simply isn't robust enough. The idea is great, but the execution not so much.

21) I encourage you to deeply contemplate your own technology platform. Here's a for instance. What if you decided to speak to every single person on your contact list, and provide them the link to our polling site? How would you organize that project?

22) This is another lesson that @TamaraLeigh_llc taught me. Our social media movement, in 2016 - of which I in NO WAY participated - was fundamental to @realDonaldTrump's election. The MAGA Movement is a MOVEMENT! And technology played a HUGE roll.

23) I won't get into it now, but I will continuously urge our Democrat friends to follow our lead. I believe they are patriots. I believe their leadership is leading them astray. And what's more, I believe vastly more of them know it and feel it than have been given voice.

24) If there are any patriotic Democrats reading this, please hear me. If you truly support Joe Biden, then I want to know. I want to hear your support, in your own voice. My polling site has a few more steps to go before we can show you our commitment, but we will soon!

25) I'll linger just one more moment on my dream here. Be you Democrat, Independent, or Republican, I want you to have voice. And I want ground up politics to reach up and meet all the top down politics that have run our nation for so long. I want you to have voice.

26) And that brings me to my last point for the day. In addition to our text message campaign, we're about to start building out our email campaign. I'll show you how it works at our site in a moment, but first, there's an amazing book I have to share!…

27) What a story! A 14-year old immigrant from Mumbai, writes 50,000 lines of code, and creates Email - a term he also invented - in 1978. More than merely compelling, Dr. Shiva points to an amazing future for the technology he created as a boy.

28) One of the goals I've set for our polling outfit is that we'll live up to the phenomenal vision Dr. Shiva offers in his book. Do you see it? Text messaging, and Email, properly organized, can help us overcome the evil overlords of Twitter, Facebook, and Google, etc.

29) Let's go tactical. The first step I'm asking you take, if you haven't yet, is to sign up on our Email list. I know you already have the link. So, with a screenshot, just let me show you what the sign up looks like. It's on the home page of our site.

30) Here again is the site. You just click on the link right here, and then, scroll down, find the Email sign up shown above. Input your Email, and click the button below. That's it. Here, again, is the link to our site.

31) What happens next? You instantly get an Email. The first half of the Email will look just like this. And, it offers you the link to share with your friends.

32) The bottom half of the Email you'll get includes live buttons. All anyone need do is click on whichever butter strikes their fancy, and they'll be linked straight to our poll. We'll talk about that more in a bit.

33) The action key is this, and it's SIMPLE! If you sign up with your Email you will instantly be able to FORWARD that Email to anyone, or any group you wish. Focus first on simply forwarding this Email to a single person. Who? Someone you know, who'll take a call or a text also.

34) Put yourself in the other person's shoes. You get an Email. You get a text message. You get a phone call. All from a friend you know, love, and respect. You talk about this. You go to the website. You check it out, and you discover just how important this project is.

35) Now, you do it again. And again. This is action for America. The more you do it with those you know disagree with you politically, the better. We need their voices to be heard. And our website is dedicated to nothing other. Our poll will NOT abandon this mission. Never.

36) Let's go back to those buttons in the Email. The Anonymous Poll is the source of the data we hope to analyze and publish, just as soon as we hit our minimum numbers. Hey, let's talk about that! We need 220 or so, new polls taken per day.

37) We welcome everyone back, once per day. Any changes in position are ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL to our mission. So, returning once a day is something we hope to encourage. However, to lay down our foundation as a legitimate polling outfit, we 220 NEW polls taken each day.

38) Mind, please, it is NOT that new polls are more valuable than returning polls. Not at all. But, we have to build the numerical basis of our data, and that is dependent on new people logging in and filling out the questions. Once we have that, we can start publishing.

39) Our goals are a bit more stringent, though. What we're hoping to employ, at first, is a three thirds model. 33% D, 33% I, 33%R. As we evolve, there will be reasons to adapt that model forward. But, I believe that model is a PERFECT starting point.

40) So, if you just do the math, what we really need are a minimum of 70 - 75 new poll takers in each of those identifications each day. I know, that's no small order. But, with your help, I know we can achieve it. And fast.

41) As to the other buttons, the On The Record buttons, the problem at our site for the moment is that we do not publish the answers, yet. So, someone fills it out, but no one else sees their responses, yet. We will correct this, as soon as we can. I, however, read them now.

42) And, I am here to tell you, America is a wonderful, beautiful nation, made up, filled up with beautiful, wonderful people. The reason, the passion, the dedication to goodness of our people is something we just don't celebrate enough. I can't wait to share these with you.

43) Summing up, my team is building out a Facebook strategy right now, and we hope to show you results, soon. We are learning about the power of text message campaigning, and the technology basis to support it. I am personally dedicated to that, for sure!

44) But, along with Dr. Shiva's vision, my suspicion is that the real answer we seek, in the face of ever-growing Big Tech censorship and message suppression - we have not discussed Google's role search corruption - Email will most likely be the most important tool we master.

45) Master? Imagine you decide to do an Email campaign all by yourself. And, imagine further, you decide to add ONLY a single D, I, and R, so your list is just four people including you. Then, you decide to grow it, always keeping to the same stringent selection ratio.

46) If you decide to grow your list, and your conversation over time, you'll have to decide upon an searchable archival method, secure from prying eyes and censorship. It won't be difficult. You just decide and do it. I know you can!

47) Drop down one additional level with me. There are my five questions, shown again here. Just add, after each question, the word: why? Pledge to not argue or persuade, but only to listen and understand. Of course, if you love each other, the heat will rapidly rise!

48) What could be better than a heated debate among friends who love and respect each other? And imagine the safety and security of doing it in private. Ah, but then, hey, maybe you'll meet at a pub, let the arguments fly, and have a crowd around your table in awe of you.

49) In all of this, I am asking for your help. Twitter has been a great place for me to ply my arts of activism and analysis since February of 2018, and of leadership of social media movement creation. It's been a great run. But I just can't imagine not being ready to be gone.

50) Censorship by these conniving means is beneath our American ethos. We are a free people, bold, and placed free speech in our First Amendment. Twitter can't take that away from us. Join me, and build readiness, and if you agree with my mission, help me with my poll. Thank you.

51) Thread ends at #50.

4 August 2020 #BetweenTheLinesDotVote Analysis Averages polling and Tilted Models...Again... Yes, here we go again. Complete lies from the polling world, worse than I've ever seen. Start with this article:

2) And would you look at this headline and sub-headline! ‘Hating Joe Biden doesn’t juice up their base’: Key swing state slips away from Trump Trump has trailed in every public poll in Pennsylvania since June.

3) Before diving in, look at this quote: "Joe Biden has an overall early lead in the state of 6 percentage points, according to RealClearPolitics’ polling average, and has led Trump in all 12 public polls released since the beginning of June."

4) So, Trump fans, its all over. Better start selling your red hats on eBay now, before they're worthless, right. Pennsylvania is gone, and with it, the election. That's what this article wants you to believe. I'll come back to that.

5) And you Democrats, starting laying in your champagne supply and practice your bottle uncorking stylings, get ready to win big!

6) Not so fast, bukos on either side of the line. The flaws here are too many to list. Let's begin with the entire idea behind Real Clear Politics and their averages of polls, so beloved of the talking class on TV. Surely, when we average the polls we'll get a real clear picture. 7) I have no beef with the creators or operators of this site, I don't. But I 100% disagree with their methodology. Had I bought into in 2016, my analysis would have been as faulty as everyone else out there, predicting for HRC. The idea of an average, in polling is dumb.

8) As we'll see yet again below, each poll must be judged on its own merits. And the great majority of them fail on easy to identify parameters. As I continuously say: It's The Model, Stupid! We must always look for the chosen model to determine if the poll is valid or bent.

9) Again and again, I dive into the provided data, and find the models to be flawed. Easily identified. Easily disproved. Obvious leaning. Thumb on the scale. Done by polling scientists who know what they're doing, and they do it for a purpose, an agenda.

10) Remember, we're talking about a single poll, one at a time. It is easy to find the tilt, poll after poll. So, what happens when you average out polls that all employ the same deceitful methods? You get a flawed average, but this average has MORE credibility.

11) The reasoning is simple, but deceitful. If we take an average of polls, then, OBVIOUSLY, the mistakes in one are corrected by another and the average must REALLY indicate whats ACTUALLY going on. Right? It's an average. How can it be wrong?

12) If you'd like to see how well this method works, go check out this page, showing where all the polls stood at the end of the 2016 campaign. I'll show you the key image below.

13) As you can see, by averaging it all together, RCP only managed to be 100% wrong, with a 3.2 % advantage to Clinton. Please note, they'd have had it even worse if they hadn't included the LA Times Dornsife poll, the ONLY one calling for Trump.

14) I hope you're following. With a single exception, every one of the polls they averaged got the call wrong, in varying degrees of distance, but in a binary call, you're either 100% right or 100% wrong. The average was to precisely zero benefit. Maybe it was even detrimental. 15) Okay, I don't mean maybe. It is detrimental. You cannot improve bad data by pooling it. And, when you do, and claim the high ground of presenting an even more credible, and even more wrong average, you do additional harm.

16) Mind, I am NOT judging the RCP people, themselves. They may be true believers in what they're doing. I'm only saying that it is demonstrably wrong, and I completely disagree to the point of rejecting their method with prejudice.

17) It was by precisely that reasoning, and that method of individual poll by individual poll analysis, that I selected the LA Times poll, in 2016, as the ONE AND ONLY source of data I analyzed. I also always said, my analysis can never be better than my data informs.

18) I chose the very best poll, and I did by the very methods I'm sharing here. And I'm saying we can do even better. Obviously, you'll be hearing more about that as we roll. Now let's turn to state level polling.

19) In 2016, and up until very recently, I never paid the slightest attention to polling at state level. I do not yet have a feel for it, but that's rapidly changing. There is one thing that transfers directly, though, from national polling to state polling: The Model.

20) What exactly is a Model? It's one's guess, first about who will actually vote, and secondly, how they identify, and then last, who they'll vote for. Please remember, it is a guess, no more. And, there's no getting around it. To poll is to use a model. A predictive model.

21) At the highest level, we're just attempting to imagine how many Democrats, Independents, and Republicans will show up and vote. Then, we're looking to see how loyal the Ds and Rs are to their guy. Any variation there can turn the entire election.

22) In today's politics, however, it is the Independents, and every data I see indicates they're growing, taking from both formal parties, who's break tells the real story. How Independents lean appears to be, growingly, the actual factor that matters. The difference that counts.

23) Purely at the instinctive level, the model I lean toward, personally, is 30% D, 40% I, 30% R. I do NOT believe that more Ds vote than Rs. I also don't, however, believe in any of the data informing what has taken place so far. I do NOT buy the data I've seen on point.

24) In my own polling efforts, just now getting rolling, I plan - for the moment - to simply use three 33%s for the model I will employ: 33% each for Ds, Is, and Rs. If I find a way to improve that model I will, and I suspect I will. I will always post my model BOLDLY.

25) Getting back to the connection between national and state level polling, the same question of the model remains. That one pivotal question never changes. What Is The Model? Always ask that one question, to determine what you buy or reject in each and every poll.

26) Getting back to our Politico article above, they graciously allowed us access to a single poll. From the esteemed team at FOX. Yes, sadly, I say that sarcastically. I have NO ESTEEM for the FOX polling operation, and even less so today.…

27) Thankfully, the PDF above is only 11 pages. I am so sick to death of the 300 or more page PDFs I have to arduously scroll through to find the model, somewhere, hidden deeply within its bowels. Today's was not so difficult to find. What we seek is on page 3.

28) Remember the headline? Trump has lost Pennsylvania, and we know this by an AVERAGE of polls, as reported by RCP. We already know, here at the beginning of August, Trump has lost Pennsylvania. And the FOX poll is one of those included in the average.

29) And would you look at that model! D = 48% R = 41% I = a whopping 11% Uh huh. Yeah. I'm impressed...NOT!!!

30) Small and inadequate as my own data still is, it indicates a roughly 4 - 1 break for Trump among Independents. I do NOT have state level information, yet. So, that's just a general number, and NOT properly founded on sufficient data. But, it's what I've got, so far.

31) But let's be generous. Let's call for a 50/50 split among Independents. You can do the math. If you upped the number of Independents in the poll, taking equally from Ds and Rs, you'd have a VERY different picture from the poll, wouldn't you?

32) And then, what about the 48% Ds to 41% Rs? Okay, Pennsylvania MIGHT break that way. It's not the worst such I've seen. Remember, there are two D strongholds, Philly and Pittsburgh. Do you really think they outweigh the rest of the state to that degree, today? I'm not sure.

33) I'm on the limb here, my Democrat friends. I don't think you have quite that large an edge in Pennsylvania. But, if you only focus on party identification, I can run with it. What I can't do, is give Biden the enthusiasm edge. I don't see it.

34) So, if I'm a Democrat, I'm NOT TAKING ANYTHING for granted in Pennsylvania from this poll. NOT ONE THING. And then, what if Pennsylvanian Independents are A) a bit greater than 11%, and B) break for Trump, not Biden? Warning Will Robinson. Danger. Danger.

35) If you need a coffee break, class, now would be a good moment. We have to dive down an additional layer deeper, and it won't be easy going. I trust you, though. You're up to it. But seriously, if you need to take a break, do so now. We'll wait for you to get back.

36) Duly caffeinated? Excellent. We have some media work to do now. A first principle is this. Never reject a story due to the story teller. Judge the story on its own face. Even the greatest liar may, every once in a while, be telling the truth. Maybe even against his own will!

37) A corollary of that principle is this. Always seek out information from those you disagree with the most. Essentially, I personally HATE Politico. But, the fact that Drudge - and I don't like him much anymore - led me to their story today is a good thing!

38) And follow the bouncing balls! Drudge Politico Real Clear Politics FOX Polling Isn't that an interesting path? That path alone is instructive.

39) If you believed what you hear, you'd think that FOX was Trump's Office of Propaganda. Any person on the MAGA side knows this is simply 100% false. When I watch FOX I see about a 50/50 split for and against Trump.

40) But when I follow FOX polling, I see no less than a 90% tilt AGAINST Trump. This matters. And it doesn't just matter to MAGA people. It matters to Democrats. FOX should serve you every bit as much as it serves anyone else. It owes you the truth. Not an agenda based poll.

41) There is, in all this, another hand. If you know a storyteller has an agenda. If you know a storyteller to be a proven liar. Then, you are certainly, and rightly, allowed your cynicism when listening to that storyteller's stories. Politico is a known and proven liar.

42) FOX polling is NOT a known liar, yet. They have managed to hold the sanctified position of TRUSTWORTHINESS. They do NOT deserve this, yet they absolutely enjoy it. The model they employed above, for Pennsylvania, should cement their deceitfulness.

43) Let's go back to Drudge, now. Why this headline, from this source, including these averages of the polling, including this one poll, itself? If you follow those bouncing balls, you can derive the agenda. The story falls on its own lack of merit. What's the agenda?

44) Helicopter with me up to a higher level. Check this out! We have another story, from Politico, about Drudge. This is very interesting. Look at this:

45) 17 January, 1998. That's just over 22 years ago. On that day, Drudge began to reincarnate Woodward and Bernstein in taking down a sitting POTUS. What could be a greater dream for a journalist? The Drudge outfit is working its butt off to do the same again today.

46) While every story, and every poll, must be judged individually, on its own merit or lack, there is the perpetual question of motivation. And when it comes to Drudge today, there can be no question. His outfit's goal is to take down Trump.

47) Allow me to back peddle, a bit. I don't thing the current operators at Drudge actually care about outcomes. They only care about clicks, advertising revenues, profit. They see the profit coming from antipathy to Trump, so there they go. Every story is anti-Trump.

48) Do NOT let me get started on ethical capitalism. I have a book, or more than one book to write on that topic. Just hear me. I 100% REJECT unethical capitalism. We will not, we must not, discuss communism or socialism now. Please help me with my focus discipline.

49) When you look at Politico's motivation for this story, picked up by Drudge, and including FOX's poll, you see a deep level agenda. Again, a liar may tell the truth. But, hearing a known liar's story, you are allowed to distrust the storyteller's motive.

50) Trump may or may not lose Pennsylvania in November. The false polling reported gives us less than no real information. It is agenda driven, and the motivation matters. Honest polling is needed. If you wish the truth, help me procure it. Go here:

51) We ask the zip code of each respondent. We have NOT yet built our real data chops. We struggle forward each day, with our site, our data, our analysis of the sparse data we've yet procured. But, I assert to you, we're honest. We seek ONLY the truth.

52) Yesterday, I discovered the tipping point on our data. We need roughly 220 people to answer our poll each day. New or old is not important. We encourage previously polled souls to respond again each day. Just once per day.

53) Be it new or old, what our true goal is, is 70 - 75 respondents from each of the 3 categories: D, I, or R. We look at that goal as a minimum. The model, as you might have already seen is: D = 33% I = 33% R = 33%

54) How many zip codes are there in Pennsylvania? If we had adequate respondents, identifying from those zip codes, we would be able to give you honest polling for all of Pennsylvania. Zip codes are the answer. All the zip codes in a given state. Make sense?

55) That is the answer to the question: how will Pennsylvania vote in November? Who will win its Electoral Votes? Proper polling, in advance of the election, would call that outcome correctly. I don't know that my new outfit will be able. But we're hellbent on getting this right.

Thread ends at #55.

29 July 2020 #BetweenTheLines 1st Polling Data and Graphs It took over 4 hours this morning, working with the data, eventually generating and analyzing my graphs, with their support and resistance lines. Having finished, I have to tell you, I'm pleased with my work.

2) I wasn't for much of the time. My projective formulas long for 1,000s and 10s of 1,000s more responses. I dream to have respondents in every zip code in America. They grinded and ground with the chugging weight of too little data, and yet...

3) Step by step I was able to handle the thin fuel and crank up the engine, just enough to keep running till we go to the gas station and back. I'll explain a little more about that below, but let's cut to the chase. Our 1st prediction of the coming election is for Donald Trump.

4) Analytically, please understand, this is NOT a FORMAL call. I will at some point make my own formal call, personally, but from the data. So, to understand today's numbers you have to keep in mind something like this following qualifier...

5) If today's sample were an accurate reflection of those who will actually vote in November, and if our sampling and projection models interpret the data accurately, then... I'm sorry to bore you with stuff like that, but humility has to play a HUGE role in this mission!

6) Given above qualifier, today's data absolutely project a very large, easy victory, and give Trump roughly 40% greater likelihood of winning. Now let's get out of statistical mumbo jumbo and just look at the numbers and what they might mean. 7) The first thing that jumps out at me - and this part is very comfortable for me to say - is that the entire polling industry out there is lying. They have their thumbs on the scale at every stage from funding, design, data collection, and data presentation, to headlines.

8) I look at these numbers and I see a campaign touted to be climbing every mountain, while in reality it may be that it hasn't yet climbed over the first sand dune. If that's true, you can see the degree that polling has further declined, abandoning its mission of accuracy.

9) The next thing I see is an enthusiastic, motivated, dedicated electorate standing behind POTUS. Just looking at that greater than 70% trend offers a totally different reading than any other numbers I've seen out there. What if the media read the news through these numbers?

10) Imagine the headlines... Biden Camp's Inability to Mount Serious Threat Sends Democrats Running for the Hills The Somber Mood in DC has Never Been so Obvious

11) Here's some data I didn't report in the graphs yet, the Independents in our poll are breaking about 8 to 2 for Trump, and we are finding growing numbers of Biden supporters predicting a Trump win.

12) In offering my recommendations, I'll start with Democrats. First, don't believe anyone, not even me. None of know, and there just isn't the data, the honest data, to draw real conclusions from. However, DO NOT TAKE comfort from Biden's positioning. Don't do it.

13) Were I advising his team, I'd say make him keep flashing that million dollar smile of his. Have him always look up and make eye contact. Keep the pace slow, giving him time to avoid gaffs, and catch up to himself and be warm. However...

14) The logic of your campaign keeps eating itself alive. You have to simplify the logic, what is Joe for? He has to be so clear on it that he's got a home base to return to over every question asked. What is his core, what's the core of your message? You have to tighten that up.

15) To Republicans, equally, do not believe what the media is saying about Trump's position. Stop buying it. You don't have to believe me, goodness I don't believe me, yet. But you MUST STOP buying into the doom and gloom image of near certain failure being foisted. Stop that.

16) If I were advising Trump's team, I'd turn that entire story on its heel. I'd say, without being arrogant, or dumb, or acting like we don't have to earn it, still start behaving as if you know you have won already, and are only rightly earning what you know is yours.

17) Trump's entire message has always been winning. Take Corona, you should show America your every defeat OVER it with all the noise and splash you can. No details, here, just find the win, point toward it, and never let go of that. Project victory at every turn.

18) And what about us, we Americans who want to know what's really going on? I'm asking you to bring everyone you know to our website.

19) Please bear with us through the challenges of getting off the ground. When you're there, please focus on the 5 questions, and work to build real conversation most especially with friends and family who disagree with you. Learn to ask and truly listen without argument.

20) America has been divided long enough. We're bigger than this. We can respect each other, have a fair election, and rally behind either leader that we select. Let's support each other, and resist the liars and manipulators. Come join our mission. Let's get to the truth. Thread ends at #20.

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