It’s pretty darned sad the way that some people are taking what is blatant election fraud and treating it like a speeding ticket someone was wrongfully written.
We are talking about the very fabric of our democracy and at the end of the day, it seems like nobody cares.
At least on the liberal side of things that is. On our side of the table, there are people that are more than willing to stand up and say that what happened was not right. That’s all you need to bring about real change. We cannot have another election like this.
President Donald Trump dropped a few more breadcrumbs of hope by re-tweeting a preliminary copy of the Antrim Michigan Forensics Report originally provided by Kevin McCullough of KMC Radio.
Trump votes routed to Biden
When our fearless leader came across a tweet by KMC Radio’s Kevin McCullough he couldn’t wait to share it with every deplorable in America.
“Thank you Kevin. Many Trump votes were routed to Biden. The highly respected Michigan Judge released this epic report. True all over the Country. This Fake Election can no longer stand. Get moving Republicans. Big Swing State Win! 75,000,000 VOTES.”
McCullough is focused like a laser on a last ditch effort to get Congress to do the right thing and overturn the fraudulent election. Millions of Americans already know that President Donald Trump was legitimately re-elected in a landslide.
Biden is a fraud and a criminal who’s pirate crew stole the election. “Ignore the electors and CALL your Congressman,” he prods. “Politely demand that he/she reads the Audit Results report. Forensic proof exists that votes were flipped.”
Attached to McCullough’s tweet is a full copy of the Antrim Michigan Forensics Report dated 12/13/2020 which spells out in stark detail exactly how the fraud to rig the election against president Donald Trump was engineered.
The experts only took a look at the equipment from one disputed county. It proves without a doubt that the entire election needs to be put under the microscope of forensic analysis before we will really know how extensive the criminal enterprise was.