Bombshell video resurfaces… it was all RIGGED!
After the 2020 election had been completed, the integrity of the election was immediately brought into question.
The Trump campaign and the President had led into the election forecasting problems with mail-in voting on a large scale. So, it was no surprise when most of America went to bed thinking Trump had won on election night only to wake up to a completely different story.
Mail-in ballots in virtually every key state flipped the election overnight and turned blowout wins by Trump into close wins by Biden. From the outside looking it, it appeared to be the perfect theft and exactly what Trump had been most worried about.
Have live voting, figure out what you need, and find enough ballots to pull out the win. Now, we are not saying that is or is not what happened, but it just seemed pretty odd that in the states that allowed mail-in ballots to be counted early, Trump’s lead held, but in states like PA, where the ballots cannot be processed until Election Day, a lead of hundreds of thousands of votes evaporated to give Biden a narrow win.
While that is bad enough, it is hardly the only problem this campaign had to deal with. As the days progressed, more and more reports started to surface of ballots being flipped from Trump to Biden due to posting errors or malfunctions. All of a sudden, Dominion Voting Systems became a household name.
The CEO of Dominion had been requested to appear before Congress, but he refused. He did, however, run to every major media outlet that would have him. After lawsuits were filed and more claims were brought forth, the company also released a formal statement echoing the sentiments of its CEO. The statement called Powell’s allegations a “bizarre election fraud conspiracy.” It went on to say her allegations “simply did not occur.”
The company further stated, “The allegations included in the draft complaint are baseless, senseless, physically impossible, and unsupported by any evidence whatsoever. We stand with the state and local elected officials and bipartisan election volunteers that this suit maliciously maligns.”
On machines being hacked or votes being changed, the company stated, “It is important to understand that this is not possible—not on a machine-by-machine basis, not by alleged hacking, not by manipulating software, and not by imagined ways of ‘sending’ votes to overseas locations.”
Now, keep all that in mind as you listen to comments made during a conference about this very voting system…
These “crazy right-wingers” spoke at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology in San Francisco on October 20, 2016. It aired on C-SPAN3 a week later.
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 28, 2020
So, you tell me… are these allegations still “conspiracy theory” or do they, at the very least, deserve to have a thread or two pulled to see where it leads?