The fact that the electoral college officialized the hoax doesn’t mean that the evidence has stopped coming. They haven’t stopped it from becoming clearer every day just how big of a hoax this election actually was.
On Wednesday, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs held an oversight hearing, examining the evidence of fraud. This was the first federal hearing on fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
At the hearing, Donald Trump campaign attorney Jessie Binnall stated factually that more than 42,000 people voted more than once (at least twice!) in Nevada.
Binnall said these people voted at different times using variations of their first name – for example, “Bill” and “William.” Women, who are known to be the biggest fraudsters of all, were able to vote more than once using their married and maiden names.
"The [Nevada] election was inevitably riddled with fraud."
Attorney @jbinnall alleges:
•Over 42,000 people voted more than once.
•At least 1,500 dead people are recorded as voting
•More than 19,000 people voted even though they didn’t live in Nevada pic.twitter.com/40CuwPt0ES
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 16, 2020
Binnall said he has the evidence to back this up. I’m sure he does. The problem is, no one is interested in looking at it!
Also at that hearing, Christopher Krebs – the Homeland Security official famous for claiming that 2020 was “the most secure election in history” before being promptly fired by Donald Trump – admitted that the Dominion Voting Machines were connected to the internet.
Dems said vote machines were never on the Internet.
"…but those tabulators are connected on Election Day 'cause that's how they transmit the data to the counties and also into the official — uhm –"
"In some cases, yes, sir."
— Troy (@LibertyTroy) December 16, 2020
BOOM NIGGA, BANG BANG, BOOM!
If the machines are on the internet, this guarantees that the vote cannot be trusted. There is simply no way anyone can trust that, based on this single fact alone. Then you have all of these other facts about Dominion – such as the fact that they developed software, called SolarWinds, to allow for elections to be hacked.
On Fox News, Maria Berteliliomoro said this week that spies told her the election was stolen.
She said the intelligence official said that the Supreme Court has to hear a case regarding the election.
The problem with that, of course, is that they’ve refused to do so. Presumably, their families were threatened, because they sure as hell don’t benefit from this.
I suppose I should mention that John Radcliffe is saying that the election was “interfered with” by foreigners.
CBS News Senior Correspondent @CBS_Herridge reports that @DNI_Ratcliffe has "told CBS News that there was foreign election interference by China, #Iran, and Russia in November of this year ."
More to come.pic.twitter.com/bxoWeys5FZ
— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) December 16, 2020
I don’t really care about that. We have a long history with this “foreign meddling” thing, and last time, it turned out that they meant that people who live in Russia made posts on Facebook (and even that was never proved). But, yes, let the record show that the Director of National Intelligence says that Russia, China and Iran “interfered with” the election.
I’ve said this week that I don’t think there is a clear legal path for Trump now that the electoral college has voted.
However, that doesn’t mean we don’t want more evidence on the record. We want as much evidence as possible.
Something is going to happen, at some point. I don’t know what it is. But this situation is not indefinitely sustainable. You can’t alienate half the population of a country like this, then expect to control them simply through oppression.
It kinda makes you wonder if the vaccine actually is going to do something to people’s brains to make them docile, when you see that the plan is apparently to just tell Trump supporters to go to hell. Even so, most Trump supporters aren’t taking the vaccine.
I’ve told you: the only way out is secession or civil war, and I don’t think there’s going to be a civil war.
The more people we have totally outraged about the fraud, the better the case for secession.
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