Friday, November 13, 2020

Mainstream Media lies about Election fraud evidence



It's one thing for the media to be obscenely biased. It's quite another thing for them to print bold face lies. This is why local activists carry signs that say the Corporate media lies to you.

The media is claiming that there is no evidence of election fraud in the last US election. That is a bold-faced lie. Kayleigh McEnany, the Whitehouse press secretary showed them 234 pages of sworn affidavits submitted to the court itemizing election fraud. Those court documents are evidence. The media is lying. Again. Still. Well quite frankly, they never stopped.



The Red Elephants is reporitng that "The Philadelphia Republican Party alleges that hundreds of dead people voted during the 2020 presidential election. The allegations arose after an amended lawsuit filed by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) asserted that at least 21,000 dead people are registered on Pennsylvania’s voter file and were not taken down before the election transpired."



Previously we reported on two colossal concerns that point to election fraud. 1) the number of ballots cast in Wisconsin and 2) the percentage of mail in votes that went to Biden.

The number of people who voted in Wisconsin is a concern because it point to voter fraud. There wasn't more people who voted than the nuber of people on the voter roles but 89.49 % voter turnout is abnormally high. Considerably higher than any other previous year. So much higher than previous years and so much higher than any other region, it points to voter fraud.

The percentage of votes that went to Biden point to voter fraud if they were abnormally above the average in poll stations. Equal number of Republican's and Democrats requested mail in ballots. If Joe Biden received 87% or 100% of the mail in votes, that would point to voter fraud. The next thing we need to examine is who lead this coordinated operation?

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