AFTERMATH of the 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Jan. 6, 2021 “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington, DC

Because I personally watched, listened to, and taped over 20 hours of testimony documenting overwhelming fraud in the 2020 election, I know that President Trump was re-elected President of the United States.  Those who disagree have not seen or heard the evidence but are simply basing their opinion on what they heard on the news about President Trump’s court challenges being defeated, not knowing that they were defeated based on procedural grounds and that the massive amount of evidence was not even heard.

In addition to having the 2020 Presidential election stolen, the next consequence of overlooking the massive election fraud was the stealing of the January 5 run-off election for both senators from Georgia using the corrupted vote-counting machines and their malicious software.  However, Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnel, also helped lose both Senate seats by not agreeing to give Americans $2,000 stimulus checks a week before the election.

On January 6 there was a Trump (“Stop the Steal”) rally in Washington where President Trump spoke. Hundreds of thousands of Trump supporters attended it at the Ellipse across from the White House.  Meanwhile, about a mile away, hundreds of right- and left-wing provocateurs, previously planned (according to the FBI) and got positioned at the Capitol by 12:53 pm, which was before the President finished his speech at 1:10 pm.  The rioters then broke into the Capitol building, which interrupted the Congressional election-fraud debate and certification.  Debate resumed hours later  and certified the Electoral College votes.  Media coverage was, as usual, pitiful.  It exploited the violence by accusing President Trump of inciting it.  He did not, but asked his supporters to, “walk down to the Capitol to…cheer on our brave Senators and Congressmen to peacefully and patriotically make our voices heard.” However, as I mentioned, the violent right-and left-wing rioters were already there with the intention of breaking in and disrupting the Congressional debate on election fraud, which it did.

President Trump pleaded with all after the violence began at the Capitol to go home.  Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, asked that the 25th Amendment (to the Constitution) be invoked to throw President Trump out of office, otherwise the House would impeach him (which it did on January 13 with no witnesses called, no hearings conducted, no language by Trump cited, no legal representation allowed for the President).  In the following days, President Trump appeared on T.V. and said that he was focusing on the peaceful upcoming transition to a Biden Administration.  Later he tweeted that he would not be attending Joe Biden’s inauguration.  Incidentally, Supreme Court Chief Justice, John Roberts, was more responsible than any other government official for the violence at the Capitol by not at least giving a fair hearing to Texas’ lawsuit, joined by 22 other states and the President, because they (allegedly) did not have “standing.”  In other words, it manufactured “lack-of- standing” as the pretext for avoiding doing its job as the court of last resort and gave no recourse to the 74 million Americans who knew the election was stolen.

On January 20, 2021, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States.  What will Trump supporters do with the massive evidence proving that the election was stolen?  I personally taped over 20 hours of it and predict that there is simply too much of it for the issue to go away…and it may even lead to serious violence.  Most Trump supporters won’t be placated until there is a thorough investigation.  To add insult to injury, big tech companies and other large corporations have begun penalizing anyone who says that the 2020 Presidential election was stolen, which it was.  God help us!

 

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