Watching the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections was about as zany as watching the Norwegian Cat-Herder’s Competition. (No offense to the Norwegian Cat-Herder’s Association) One was just left with their mouth hanging open and a bewildered stare. What just happened?
Election fraud is what just happened. Like it or not, it happened. Even though many people in power positions are repeating “There is no evidence of voter fraud” like a sacred mantra, it happened. Makes me wonder if they are trying to convince the public or themselves.
While they keep stating that there isn’t any evidence of voter fraud, it is in fact so prevalent, that one has to be willing to turn a blind eye and a deaf ear to deny it. There are literally hundreds of videos of fraud taking place:
- Observers being prevented from observing.
- Ballots being brought in after the polls closed.
- People filling out stacks of blank ballots
- Ballots being fed multiple times into the counting machines
- Graphs with spikes that would never happen. EVER!
- Ballots that were stored under tables being taken out after everyone was told to go home.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Yet the media and government officials keeps yelling, “There is no evidence of election fraud!” and a lot of Americans are buying it.
If there isn’t any evidence of voter fraud, then why are we seeing these headlines:
- Stolen Mail-in Ballots Found in Glendale, Arizona
- 2 Charged With Voter Fraud, Allegedly Submitted 8,000 Fraudulent Registration Applications
- Texas Woman Who Bragged About Ballot Harvesting Arrested for Fraud
- 4 Arrested in Texas on 150 Counts of Voter Fraud
- Judge Orders New Election After 78 Percent of Mail-In Ballots Found Invalid, Notary Arrested
- 5 People Charged With Voter Fraud in Illinois: DA’s Office
- 24 More Charged in Voter-Fraud Probe, Prosecutors Say
Don’t you dare say anything against the chosen narrative. People who question the integrity of the election are being silenced. They are being blacklisted, banned from social media and even losing their livelihood. Those are some pretty harsh penalties for speaking out about something that doesn’t exist and of which there isn’t any evidence.
Nope. Nothing to see here. Move along.
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