Incapacitated nursing-home residents in Wisconsin who were deemed unqualified to vote, voted.
Hundreds of millions of Mark Zuckerberg dollars went to leftist election officials – to recruit voters from Democrat districts. And it all was outside any regular oversight for election spending.
Furtive figures frantically delivered armloads of ballots to drop boxes in the dark of night.
So many questions remain unanswered about the 2020 president election that states have changed laws, adopted new security procedures and implemented new guidelines to make sure 2022 isn’t the same.
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And all of that makes Democrats’ repeated claims that President Donald Trump’s belief that the election was “stolen” was the “Big Lie” a questionable opinion in itself.
That’s partly why MyPillow chief Mike Lindell is holding a summit now – on the issues of election integrity and how America is responding to the concerns over the 2020 anomalies.
Lindell, on stage with Jenna Ellis, one of the lawyers who worked with Trump on challenges to the wild outrages of the 2020 ballot count, pointed out she has given House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 committee 9,000 pages of affidavits from poll workers, poll watchers, election officials and more – describing their encounters with inappropriate election events and procedures.
But she said the committee, partisan because of Pelosi’s rejection of GOP nominees, has refused to investigate, review, or publicize those facts.
In fact, the committee has accepting and using only evidence and witnesses that criticize Trump, even though Pelosi was in charge of House security, and refused Trump’s offer of National Guard troops at the Capitol the day the riot erupted.
Ellis said, “They won’t let me come there. They don’t want to hear these things.”
The Springfield News-Leader, while slamming Lindell as an “election conspiracy theorist,” pointed out he had been joined on stage, too, by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga.
“The Georgia Republican took the stage on the second day of the event, which brought attendees from across the U.S., most of them from outside Missouri, to the Springfield Expo Center.”
She said, “The reason why I came here is I’ve recently gotten really tired of being told ‘Marjorie, don’t talk about the election.’ You have poured money and time you didn’t have, of course money you didn’t have. You have probably lost friends, maybe you lost a job. Maybe you’ve lost faith at times, but you found it again and you keep fighting.”
Multiple speakers, including Ellis and Lindell, slammed the legacy and social media industries in American for not reporting on the disputes.
Lindell’s “Moment of Truth Summit” in Springfield, Mo., continued for several days.
He suggested the only thing preventing Americans across the nation from being enraged by 2020 was because reporters don’t tell them about what happened.
“The only way this weekend fails is if nobody watches,” he said.
Several of the speakers were volunteers who reviewed election results, found problems, and urged county clerks and others to audit their results in transparent processes.
The Springfield newspaper reported, “Others were candidates for or current holders of public office including Colorado state Rep. Ron Hanks, Kentucky state Sen. Adrienne Southworth, Washington state Rep. Brad Klippert, Arizona state House candidate Liz Harris and Massachusetts congressional candidate Caroline Colarusso.”
A second report from the News-Leader claimed concerns about the 2020 election all had been “debunked.”
However, writers at The Federalist have documented a long list of ways the 2020 election was “rigged” against President Trump.
WND reported when senior legal correspondent Margot Cleveland explained that factors included “every illegal drop box placed in Democrat-heavy precincts,” and “when the Pennsylvania legislature unconstitutionally authorized no-excuse absentee voting and when Philadelphia clerks illegally inspected ballots and then told Democrat activists which voters needed to cure their ballots for their votes to count,” and when “Wisconsin election officials ignored the state election code, telling voters they were ‘indefinitely confined’ because of COVID and that nursing homes could ignore Wisconsin’s requirement that special voting deputies oversee elections in residential facilities.”
And that was just the beginning of her list.
Then it was John Daniel Davidson, senior editor at The Federalist, who warned that the 2024 election is being rigged “right now in plain sight.”
He cited the FBI’s raid on Trump’s home in Florida, which purportedly was to look for secret documents belonging to the government. Actually, there have been claims that those accusations were planted in the media by the Biden administration, and that FBI agents actually were there planting evidence and installing bugging devices, among other accusations.
“The FBI raid on Trump’s home isn’t just about prosecuting the former president for Jan. 6, it’s about fixing the next presidential election,” Davidson explained. “The news cycle this week has been understandably dominated by the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, where armed agents were supposedly looking for classified documents the FBI believes were improperly removed from the White House at the end of Trump’s term, in violation of federal law.”
But he said the raid is just part of a larger scheme: “The rigging of the 2024 presidential election.”
The 2020 results weren’t stolen “so much as rigged months in advance to give Joe Biden an advantage that all but guaranteed his victory, the 2024 election is being rigged to ensure that Trump either cannot run or, if he does run, cannot win.”
He said, “As some expert observers have pointed out, including my colleague Margot Cleveland, a far more plausible explanation is that the FBI was perhaps on a fishing expedition, looking for evidence that could implicate Trump in the Jan. 6 riot. It’s no secret that Democrats and the Jan. 6 Committee want [U.S. Attorney General Merrick] Garland to charge Trump with ‘seditious conspiracy’ in hopes of making it impossible for Trump to run in 2024. In that case, a documents dispute with the National Archives would be nothing more than a flimsy pretext to get into Trump’s residence and look for incriminating evidence related to Jan. 6,” Davidson said.
But the raid, and associated “schemes,” are just part of the Democrats’ current agenda, he warned, as a backup “just in case Trump escapes indictment…” over Jan. 6.
This time part of the rigging is Twitter’s plan to begin shutting down “misleading” election claims when it wants to.
“And what that means, in light of Twitter’s past behavior around election time, is that anyone who questions the voting processes or outcomes, however justifiably and no matter what irregularities are afoot, will be shut down by Twitter,” Davidson noted.
The targets, he pointed, will be “Trump voters who believe, rightly, that the 2020 election was riddled with irregularities, last-minute changes to voting rules, and absentee ballot fraud.”
So anyone with concerns about “universal absentee voting, ballot harvesting, remote ballot drop boxes, loose voter ID rules, or any other Democrat-favored policies that are known to make elections less secure,” will hear “shut up” from Twitter.
“Because Democrats plan to run the same play in 2024 they ran in 2020, and their allies in Big Tech don’t want anyone pointing it out,” he said.
It is ironic, he noted, that Twitter itself was “perhaps the single greatest source of disinformation in the 2020 election. By quashing the New York Post’s valid and verified Hunter Biden laptop story just weeks before the election, and then locking the Post’s account (along with some people who tried to tweet the Post’s reporting on the laptop, including White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany), Twitter arguably tipped the balance of the election.”
That story documented the scheming of the Biden family cartel to make money in foreign nations, including some that are considered enemies of the United States.
One developing scandal, he said, is a voter-roll management system used in 31 states and D.C. that is sharing voter data with the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Election Innovation and Research.
That, he said, is one of two groups Zuckerberg used during the 2020 races to send $420 million to local elections officials to influence to results for Biden.
His report said the real purpose appears to be “to boost Democrat voter turnout by forwarding state voter roll data, including records from unregistered voters, to CEIR.”
He warned, “Understand that the same powerful people, companies, and nonprofits that conspired to rig the 2020 election are right now rigging the 2024 election, using many of the same tactics.”
Cleveland’s analysis pointed out the influence that “rigged” 2020 “with every dollar of Zuck Bucks designed to get out the Democrat vote.”
“The election was rigged when Georgia rendered the election code’s mandate of signature verifications inoperable and the state court delayed a hearing on Trump’s challenge to the Georgia outcome until after the vote certification, thereby ignoring evidence that more than 35,000 illegal votes were included in the state’s tally – more than enough to require a court to throw out the election.”
What is known about the 2020 election is that the results, almost without doubt, were influenced by the $420 million in Mark Zuckerberg money that he handed out to mostly leftist elections officials, who often used it for get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat strongholds. That money was distributed outside the channels of any regulation that normally applies to political campaign spending.
Further, the legacy and social media corporations cooperated in suppressing accurate, but very damaging, reporting about Joe Biden, his son Hunter and the family’s international business schemes just days before the election.
Analysts have concluded that either of those actions alone could have pushed the election results into the Biden column.
Cleveland said rigging was evident “when the press refused to bare the secret that Hunter Biden provided his dad, the ‘Big Guy,’ a 10 percent kickback from the various millions made in a pay-to-play scandal,” “when Twitter blocked the New York Post’s reporting on the Hunter Biden laptop and the material uncovered from its hard drive and then when every elite media outlet ignored the story,” “When the same legacy and social media outlets that censored the explosive Joe Biden scandal instead promoted the false claim that the Post’s reporting was Russian disinformation” and “when the lapdog media outlets pantingly ran the Russia disinformation cover story to protect Joe Biden, knowing Attorney General William Barr’s Department of Justice would not leak the truth, but would instead preserve its independence and remain silent while the corrupt press lied to the American public.”
At the Lindell conference, Bannon, a former Trump political adviser who was recently convicted on charges of criminal contempt of Congress, also spoke.
The Durango, Colorado, Herald, citing the summit, pointed out Colorado has had considerable influence on the movement to find the truth about 2020.
Only the publication’s report clearly indicated a bias, stating, “Colorado-based ‘election integrity’ activists and purported fraud in the state’s elections have assumed a prominent place in conspiracist Mike Lindell’s nationwide campaign to prove American elections are not secure.”
It explained “several Colorado activists” have been participating in Lindell’s campaign to support “election-denying candidates.”
“Colorado is one of the most corrupt states this country has ever seen. Ever. And it starts with Jena Griswold on down,” Lindell said, referring to the secretary of state. “Your whole state is so corrupt. I believe it’s No. 1, it’s got to be No. 1 in the nation.”
The LaCross, Wisconsin, Tribune, recently confirmed that “questions” still linger over the 2020 election review even though officials in the state, which played a decisive role in swinging for Biden, and given him the White House, recently fired a former state Supreme Court justice who had been assigned to review the state’s voting anomalies.