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Why We Must Keep Discussing the Stolen 2020 Election
I get negative comments almost every day. Whether via email, Twitter DM, comments, or some other means, people tell me to stop talking about the stolen 2020 election. Keep in mind, I’m not referring to standard leftists or silly Democrats. Generally, it’s conservatives and Republicans telling me to “move on.”
News continues to come out regularly of new revelations exposing voter fraud. A recent story should have gotten tons of attention from media, particularly conservative media, but it was generally avoided. It’s a bombshell, but even on conservative media, it barely made a sound.
Over 200,000 ballots in Maricopa County, Arizona, needed to be “cured” because of mismatched signatures between ballots and envelopes. This is a major alarm bell when we consider the slim margin of “victory” for Joe Biden in Arizona. Yet, nobody’s talking about it save a few. One who covered it was Just The News, who reported:
In the signature verification study, three expert forensic document examiners and three novices reviewed 499 images of early voting mail ballot envelopes to determine if the signatures on them matched with the signatures on file. All the reviewers agreed that 60 of the 499 envelopes, or 12% were signature mismatches.
The pilot study extrapolated from the sample that more than 204,430 ballots should have been cured, and 5,277 should have been rejected.
“We want to be humble about this,” Ayyadurai said in a virtual presentation of the study. “While the study is compelling, an expanded study is warranted to confirm the findings of this study.”
Chances are, you either already heard the story or don’t really care. Even many if not most Trump supporters are done with the 2020 election, moving on instead to the midterms and 2024 election. But here’s the thing, and this cannot be understated. If you believe there was massive, widespread voter fraud in 2020 that changed the results of the election, then it is part of your sworn duty of defending the Constitution to help bring the perpetrators to justice. This cannot be allowed to go unpunished.
If they get away with this one, they’ll get away with more in the future. We cannot look to free and fair elections in 2022, 2024, and beyond if we do not address the problems that surrounded 2020. I will continue to focus on this issue all the way up to Election Day, 2024. And I might continue to focus on the issue beyond that.
Our nation needs people who are unwilling to accept injustice even most have begrudgingly moved on. The fight continues until justice is served and the true results of the 2020 election are fully accepted as reality.
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