It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over?
I thought this election thing would be over by now so the official grieving process (in my brain at least) could get under way, but now as I take a look back at what I wrote on November 19th, it rings truer than ever.
“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?”
Now I’m seeing these headlines, giving me much pause, in spite of what Dems and the mainstream media are tooting their anti-election-fraud horns about.
-Investigator: Georgia Election Workers Sealed Ballots Before Observers, Media Left on Election Night
–Georgia Lawmakers: Special Session on Potential Electors Needed Because of Fraud
–Sidney Powell Files Notice of Appeal in Georgia Election Lawsuit
–Trump Campaign Asks Michigan Supreme Court to Declare That Election Process Violated State Constitution
-Texas Sues Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at Supreme Court over Election Rules
Again, do we just shrug our shoulders and think oh well, can’t win them all, or do we support the efforts of the Trump Campaign’s legal team to ensure the right guy won fair and square?
What if in the middle of the night you heard blood curdling screams coming from the neighbor’s house and then loud yelling outside and car tires screeching, you would call 911 right? And if the operator said “oh it’s nothing to worry about go back to bed,” you would say “please, at least send a patrol car over to check things out” wouldn’t you? And if the person said “that’s not necessary, everything is on the up and up,” we would all be incredulous and exclaim “how do you know if it’s not checked out?”
Perhaps that’s far-fetched, but if what we’re seeing and hearing is anywhere close to being true don’t you think it should be investigated thoroughly?
It seems to me, and many others, there is plenty of evidence of voting fraud with irregularities, statistical stuff that doesn’t make sense and other things that simply are not right about last month’s election with numerous sworn affidavits eyewitnesses to electoral funny business, such as:
Under penalty of perjury, Jesse Morgan, a subcontracted U.S. Postal Service truck driver, swore in an affidavit that he drove between 130,000 to 280,000 pre-filled ballots in 24 bulk-mail bins from Bethpage, New York, across state lines, to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After waiting nearly six hours for someone to process this cargo, Morgan was given none of the usual paperwork. Instead, in an unprecedented step, a self-styled “transportation supervisor” ordered Morgan to drive that shipment to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Morgan dropped off his rig, whereupon, it vanished.
I could go on and on, but you get the picture, there is way too much of this kind of stuff to merely slough it all off as NO BIG DEAL!
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