Do you remember being in school and living by a certain code?
“Snitches get stitches”, and “don’t be a tattle-tale” are some of the ways that code was expressed. If another kid did something to you going to the teacher was never an option, and everyone knew that.
Claims of election fraud work in the exact same way.
President Trump might think that he is unique in that he is the only one in U.S. history who has ever had an election stolen from him, but I am here to tell you that it is anything but unique…..
If you don’t believe me just look up Lyndon B Johnson’s election ‘strategies’.
President Trump was a D.C. outsider who discovered in 2020 how the game is actually played—how the game is always played.
This type of election fraud has always occurred, but just like the child who has been wronged by another child at school, the convention for career politicians is never to reveal the obvious fraud which occurs pretty much constantly.
The reason for this is simple: these candidates always work with teams of industry insiders. Teams that are responsible for getting the specific candidate elected.
These teams include canvassers, image consultants, political consultants, PR firms, media personnel, marketers, lawyers, connections to county clerks and commissioners, etc, and they are extremely limited in number.
One can say that the candidate never really cheats, it’s these coordinated teams doing the cheating for them—most of the time the candidate in question doesn’t even know what they’re doing—though they may suspect it.
Outing these teams of people for what they do through ‘tattling’ on them essentially ensures that one will never work in politics again.
This is essentially how the entire game works. We don’t have ‘safe and secure’ elections—we never did.
The only reason President Trump won in 2016 is because they most likely massively underestimated him, and so they limited their cheating—they didn’t go the extra distance they usually would have because they were certain he would fail.
His landslide win in 2016 shocked both them and the world, and that’s why they spent 4+ years going after him with all the zeal of a rabid dog.
They hate him because he beat their game, and even when their game defrauded him he couldn’t be kept down, and is presently destroying their system—even though he allegedly no longer occupies The White House.
Here’s President Trump’s latest statement on the systemic election fraud which grips our country:
Leading into Friday, President Trump says:
“When the information becomes public, people will see it wasn’t even close.” 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/F5J1OddiPq
— Teresa AnnMarie (@TeresaFreeThink) September 23, 2021
Arizona Audit results coming out Friday. Just a friendly reminder. 😆
— Christina Bobb (@christina_bobb) September 22, 2021
The Gateway Pundit presented more recent evidence of election fraud:
In the last 10 weeks, Arizona has checked the voter registration credentials with the Social Security Administration (SSA) on 673,560 applicants.
A whopping 393,017 did not have a match out of the 673,560. In fact, Arizona weekly processing has one of the highest Non Match percentages in the country, typically between 50%-65%. In most other States this ratio is from 15%-25%.
Nearly 400,000 voter identities processed in Arizona have NO MATCH with Social Security Administration 🚨https://t.co/56sA3I9JXD
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) September 21, 2021
— Ivory Hecker (@IvoryHecker) September 22, 2021
CBS reports on when we can expect the Arizona audit report:
The long-delayed report about the partisan review of ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, during the 2020 election will be made public at a hearing scheduled for Friday, September 24, according to a spokeswoman for Arizona Senate Republicans, who had ordered the review.
The report will be presented on the Senate floor and will be open to the media. Although Arizona’s election results were already certified, six months ago, the Republican-controlled state Senate in Arizona undertook a full hand recount and review of the ballots and voting machines in Maricopa, the state’s largest county.