One of the things that I have come to realize when it comes to people that are going to commit a big con in their lives is that they don’t try to do it out in the open.
The way that they are trying to do it is in little bits so that people that are not paying attention don’t realize that the Democrats are trying to steal this election.
Just take a look at how many states demand a recount right now and how many more probably should.
Two things are certain right now, the media and establishment are doing all in on their ‘projection’ that Joe Biden is going to be the next president of the United States.
Secondly, President Trump has only begun to fight. While there have been tons of rumors surrounding the evidence that may or may not exists when it comes to irregularities and perhaps even .. the ‘f word’, we are yet to see any presented to a court.
I have to admit that I do find it hard to believe that Joe Biden got more votes than anyone in the history of US elections.
I understand a lot of people were voting AGAINST Trump, but I believe very few were motivated to vote FOR Biden, which IMHO would have been necessary for Joe to carry so many votes. The fact is that we do not know as of yet and there will be many legal challenges as time goes on and we approach the date on with the Electoral College must be certified.
If you can Trust Graham and the DOJ, then this news may interest you … I for one have been fooled too many time by Lindsey and the DOJ to take them seriously. I put the most weight in lawsuits brought by the Trump camping in courts. However, here is the report …
Lindsey Graham, Republican Senator from South Carolina received a sworn affidavit from Richard Hopkins, who is allegedly a postal worker in Erie, PA..
Hopkins swears that his supervisors planned to backdate ballots that were mailed too late to be counted under Pennsylvania law, and Graham has asked that the US Department of Justice investigate.
“As Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee … I will not allow allegations of voting irregularities and misconduct to be swept under the rug,” Graham said in a statement issued by his Senate campaign.