Brain Strain 1:
Okay, okay I get it, Trump pretty much has zero chance of keeping his presidency, but why then does this whole election thing keep gnawing at my brain. Maybe it’s because of recent headlines such as:
-Georgia recount unearths more than 2600 uncounted ballots in Floyd County
-10,000 dead people returned mail-in ballots in Michigan analysis shows
-600,000 ballots are in question
-Tens of thousands of Pennsylvania ballots returned earlier than sent out
-Lawsuit alleges disturbing election violations in Michigan.
-Republican ballot observers were not allowed within 30-100 feet of ballot counters in Pennsylvania
Adding to my brain strain is a report of “highly questionable, including Michigan and Wisconsin, in which a mysterious number of ballots—in some cases 100 percent for Biden—arriving in the dead of night during a lull in the counting, allowing the Democrats to figure out how many votes they needed for the Biden.”
Sidney Powell who seems to be a very sharp attorney made this statement regarding the voting machines used in many states:
“We are fixing to overturn the results of the election in multiple states and President Trump won by not just hundreds of thousands of votes but by millions of votes that were shifted by software that was designed expressly for that purpose.”
So, are we supposed to ignore this stuff and just accept the results like the Dems insist we should? None of them, or anyone else, is supposed to pretend there isn’t a shred of evidence of any wrong doing? My brain asks ‘why did the Dems scream holy vote fraud when Stacey Abrams lost the governor’s race a couple of years ago in Georgia, but now are saying this election is completely on the up and up?’
What should I be thinking … give up any hope of Trump somehow coming out on top with this apparent fraud of an election? Just accept the fact Trump lost and just get over it? At this point it looks like my grieving process needs to kick into high gear and realize the bad guys won and the good guys got screwed and there ain’t a blasted thing we can do about it.
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