5/16/22 2000 Mules

Will 2022 Vote Be Fair? Nearly A Third Of Americans Say No: I&I/TIPP Poll

I purchased and watched the new Dinesh D’Souza documentary 2000 Mules this weekend. I have been of a mind that something really, really wrong happened during the 2020 election. There were just too many anomalies from past elections in the voting patterns AND Joe Biden’s electoral college victory was akin to drawing an inside straight. Everything in the swing states had to go his way in order for him to squeak out a victory by approximately 200,000 votes in 5 or 6 different states. However, since there seemed to be no hard evidence of fraud and the challenges from Trump’s lawyers were unconvincing, I felt we needed to accept the vote count and move on to 2022.
However, after watching D’Souza’s documentary, I am now convinced that the 2020 election was stolen through a very sophisticated ballot harvesting operation funded by independent money pouring in from Zuckerberg, Soros, Buffett and other wealthy third parties. You MUST watch 2000 Mules to understand how this fraud operation worked. Once you see how Democratic activists combined with “Get out the Vote” nonprofits took advantage of mail-in balloting and drop boxes, you will rightfully fear for the future of liberty in Americas.

There is increasing evidence that POTUS Joe Biden is out of touch with the concerns of average Americans. On Friday 5/13, Biden made some statements about bail reform that are contrary to established facts. Biden: ‘Negative Side of Bail Reform Is Vastly Overrated’ Not only was he wrong about recidivism of criminals released without bail, he went on to blame Republicans for the high crime situations in cities controlled by Democratic mayors.

Four Pinnochios: Media Exaggerate Public Support for Abortion – Washington Free Beacon
Following reports that the Supreme Court could soon overturn Roe v. Wade, the media rushed to assert that Americans support the abortion status quo. The reality is far more complicated. 

Scott Jensen wins GOP endorsement – Axios
Following the vote, he told reporters that he now plans to broaden his platform to have “new issues brought in the mix,” including consumer protection, corporate responsibility and water conservation.

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