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Unconnected Dots in the Covid Election
In the aftermath of 9/11, we heard the phrase “we didn’t connect the dots” many times. When the investigation revealed that the hijackers were Saudi citizens here on student visas, we took a closer look. I would argue that we also didn’t connect the dots effectively in the 2020 election. We allowed the Marxist left to politicize a pandemic for political purposes. It’s time to take a closer look at these events.
The Dots We Didn’t Connect before 9/11
Dot A: Some foreign “students” had overstayed their visas. No federal agency bothered then (or bothers now) to locate foreign nationals who overstay their visas, student, or otherwise—untraceable foreign nationals inside the United States.
Dot B: Further investigation revealed that some of these Saudi nationals took pilot training while here in the U.S. However, the flight instructors told investigators that the students were not interested in learning how to land. They only wanted to know how to take off. Who needs to take off but not land the aircraft? Kamikaze terrorist pilots who plan to crash the aircraft. A modern jetliner carries enough fuel to make it a flying bomb. Yet, the flight instructors missed connecting these obvious dots.
Dot C: Result? The 9/11 terrorists killed nearly 3000 people in the Twin Towers alone. They didn’t have to smuggle bombs into the country. They only had to buy a plane ticket and carry a cheap box cutter. Much cheaper than designing, testing, manufacturing, and launching a ballistic missile. Which would cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Instead, use your opponent’s multi-million dollar technology against him for the price of a plane ticket and a $1.98 box cutter.
The Dots We Didn’t Connect in the 2020 Covid Election
Using 20/20 hindsight, I can now see some dots in plain sight during the 2020 presidential election that we did not connect. The summer and early fall of 2020 were filled with televised Trump rallies. At each rally, the cameras panned over the crowds: tens of thousands of people waiting to hear President Trump speak.
In contrast, the candidate, Joe Biden, hid out in his basement. Like a groundhog, he came up from his basement a few times to speak to tiny groups of ten or fifteen people. There was no comparison to the thousands showing up and waiting in lines to attend Trump rallies. I could not believe that Biden had a chance. Biden spoke to dozens. Trump spoke to hundreds of thousands of Americans. Millions of Americans heard President Trump on the campaign trail. Virtually nobody heard the former Vice President, Joe Biden.
But the Democrats did not seem concerned. They kept Joe in the basement and waited confidently. What did they know that we didn’t know? We did not question this most important dot right in plain sight.
Dot 1: Virtually zero campaigning by Joe Biden. How could he possibly expect to win? Then the Covid virus continued. The only thing that was flattened was Americans’ liberties.
Dot 2: We have to allow mail-in balloting. Why? Because you might catch the virus while waiting in line to vote. Ballots mailed in and not verified by IDs. Ballots mailed in by dead people. Zombie voters.
Dot 3: Many local election officials kept independent election observers away from the tally desks. Why? So that the suitcases full of fake ballots can be brought up from under the desk (unseen) and entered into the vote totals.
Dot 4: Election observers were told to go home at 10 pm. Why? “We won’t count ballots again until tomorrow morning at 7 am. Nothing to see here. Move along.”
Dot 5: What happened? The vote count for Biden mysteriously spiked up between 10 pm and 7 am. When no votes were supposedly counted? How could that be? Algorithms, computer codes invisible to observers tilted vote counts toward Biden. The fix was in.
Candidate Sleepy Joe Didn’t Have to Campaign
Joe didn’t have to campaign because the fix was in. Seems obvious in hindsight. Just like the pilot “take-off only” training for the 9/11 terrorists. They didn’t need to know how to land the plane. Seems obvious in hindsight.
The Democrat Socialists did not do this openly. They had truckloads of ballots sent across state lines in the dead of night. They had unseen algorithms coded into voting machine software. Ever see the code that makes your computer work? Me neither. No transparency here. Instead of saying “nothing to see here,” Democrats say, “nothing we allow you to see here. Move along, move along.”
When something seems too good to be true, we need to be suspicious. Sleepy Joe is not even campaigning? It seems too good to be true. Alarm bells should have gone off in the minds of conservatives, mine included. What’s behind the “too good to be true” Democrat Party curtain? What is Sleepy Joe hiding in his basement? An election fix. We should have been peeking into the basement.
When there are dots that don’t make sense, investigate and connect them. When we don’t, what do we get? The mass destruction and mass murder of 9/11—the election fraud of 2020-is stealing our country.
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