I had a sinking feeling in my gut for 37 days straight back in 2000. I had pulled a 13-hour on-air shift for ABC News Radio, gone home at 1:00 a.m. on Election Night, and we still didn’t know who had been elected president. The “not knowing” was a nail-biter for me, as I’m sure it was for almost everyone else. The Supreme Court finally stopped the Florida recounts and then we knew who the president was. I haven’t had that sinking feeling this year.
There’s never been a moment of uncertainty or doubt as to the fact that Donald Trump won this election. We still have to sort out the results and send some people to jail – but we all know who won the election. And we also need some answers to some very serious, fair questions.
These are all questions that we’d like to see the press asking, but they never will:
Do the cities where massive vote discrepancies took place on Election Night have a history of electoral fraud?
Wouldn’t it be interesting to see an hour-long news special exploring that question? I’d watch it, especially if it involved honest reporting. I pulled Detroit out of a hat and ran a quick Google search on election fraud there. The most recent felony arrest was in 2018. Huh. That was a quick 5 seconds of research.
In 2019, Southfield City Clerk Sherikia Hawkins was arrested on 6 felony counts of election fraud. During the 2018 election, a bunch of different places stopped counting the votes that night and then the Democrats inexplicably won a bunch of seats at 3:00 in the morning. (Almost as if it were a trial run for 2020, right?)
Ms. Hawkins hasn’t gone to trial in Detroit yet, but she’s accused of personally altering almost 200 absentee ballots during the hours when the vote counting was shut down for about three hours. So… imagine a crew of 100 people tampering with ballots at that same rate of speed, you could manufacture 20,000 votes during a 3-hour shutdown, or 40,000 votes during a 6-hour shutdown, and so on.
Sure, the Southfield City Clerk was just one person in one city… but that was 5 seconds of research. Imagine what a team of reporters could uncover if they really applied themselves to answering that question. Instead, they just endlessly repeat the phrase, “Election fraud is a myth.”
Who really owns these damned voting machine companies?
That should be a very simple question to answer and we ought to know the answer to it because it’s a major national security issue. Who really, truly, actually owns SmartMatic and Dominion Voting Systems? Sure, we know that DVS was founded by Venezuelans, operated an office in Canada and was supposedly owned by another company run by George Soros’ right-hand man in London. But who owns that company?
Nobody knows! Its ownership is hidden behind a bunch of shell companies in the Bahamas and Denmark. The more you try to unravel the spiderweb of shell corporations around these voting machine companies, the more it starts to look like they are yet another CIA operation.
One America News has now confirmed that in Toronto, Dominion Voting Systems’ headquarters (which is suddenly an empty office) shared a floor in a building with the Tides Foundation (Soros) and a Chinese data analytics company. Probably a total coincidence, right?
Are American votes truly being processed, tabulated and counted in foreign countries, and is the data on servers in foreign countries?
This appears to be true and I tend to believe it. But is it true? And if it is true, why are we just learning this right now? Sure would have been nice to know about this long before the election, so we could have made decisions about it ahead of time.
If this is true, then it means the 2020 election is null and void. Seems like the only piece of the puzzle that Sidney Powell is missing at this point would be a data packet of votes being sent to just one overseas location, and it’s “game over” for the fraudsters. The Kraken wins!
There’s no way to audit a machine on foreign soil. Even if we got our hands on one of the servers (which we may or may not have, depending on reports out of Germany), would we be able to get accurate information from it and would we be able to tell whether vote totals had been tampered with?
These are serious questions. I think that since the media won’t pursue these questions, President Trump should make it a mission of his second term in office to hunt down answers to them – so we never have to go through another fraudulent election like this again.