We are approaching a month since the 2020 Presidential Election. A month, let that sink in. A month and not only do we not know who won, most Americans don’t have a clue about how we even got here. Calling this sour grapes and Trump a sore loser is easy, that’s what they want us to do. By ‘they’ I mean those in power, Democrats and Republicans who could be implicated if claims of election and voter fraud are taken seriously and proven true.
I know, I know mainstream media keeps telling you there is no evidence. Be mindful of mainstream media, this is the same media that cosigned George Bush’s claims Iraq had weapons of mass destruction which was used to march us into war. Where was the media pushback then? Where were FB’s fact checkers then? To this day we still don’t have an accurate number of how many people lost their lives as a result of Bush’s lie. Bush’s lie was intentional fam, Trump for all his failings never lied as a pretext to take us to war.
The evidence is there fam. Lemme explain how data works, like numbers it either adds up or it doesn’t. The fact that neither adds up is proof of fraud. Data doesn’t lie. Data showing irregularities, abnormalities and statistical improbabilities is indicative of fraud. Top data specialists, computer scientists and military intel who reviewed the data are all in agreement. Dems could totally shut this down by offering counter testimony/affidavits from their own data specialists, notice that’s not happening, because again data, like numbers either adds up or it doesn’t. Unless the data and numbers are wrong, then fraud occurred, its just a matter of figuring out how.
There are several layers to this… on the surface it’s the Trump campaign and Guliani filing suits challenging ballots in swing states. Beneath the surface it’s Sidney Powell going after Dominion voting machines and Smartmatic software. And deeper than that, covert military raid in Frankfurt, Germany to confiscate a server from a CIA facility, confirmed by Lt. General Michael Flynn and Lt. General McInerney, none of which made mainstream news. That should send a huge red flag.
A lot of people will write this off as a conspiracy theory… lemme tell you why it’s not. Conspiracy theories cannot be proven, they are theories. What is alleged to have happened during the election can be proven or disproven with certainty through the data…. then why is there resistance to demands for a thorough forensic examination of the machines and software?
This is bigger than Trump fam. Dems including Obama, Elizabeth Warren and Any Klobuchar have all in the past expressed the same exact concerns as Trump about Dominion machines, the software and mail in ballots. We need to know for future elections, otherwise we will continue repeating this cycle every 2-4 years.
From Elizbeth Warren’s website,
“Election security experts have noted for years that our nation’s election systems and infrastructure are under serious threat, but voting machines reportedly continue to fail and breakdown across the country, as vendors fail to innovate, improve, and protect voting systems, putting U.S. elections at avoidable and increased risk.
The three vendors — Election Systems & Software, Dominion Voting Systems, and Hart InterCivic — collectively distribute voting machines and software that facilitate voting for over 90% of all eligible voters in the United States. Private equity firms reportedly own or control each of these vendors, which “have long skimped on security in favor of convenience,” leaving voting systems across the country “prone to security problems.”
These vendors make little to no information publicly available on how much money they dedicate to research and development, or to maintenance of their voting systems and technology. They also share little or no information regarding annual profits or executive compensation for their owners.
“(W)e have concerns about the spread and effect of private equity investment in many sectors of the economy, including the election technology industry–an integral part of our nation’s democratic process.” wrote the lawmakers in their letters to the firms. “These problems threaten the integrity of our elections and demonstrate the importance of election systems that are strong, durable, and not vulnerable to attack.””