I hate to be the one to lay this on you, but unless the jury in Minneapolis is Woke to the nth degree, Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis police officer who held his knee on the neck of George Floyd until his death will more than likely not be convicted of Second-Degree Murder, Manslaughter, or Third-Degree murder.
I also do not believe the other three officers who were there will be convicted of anything. For example, the Asian cop, Tou Thao, was assigned to crowd control during the incident where police officers were arresting Floyd. Tending to Floyd was not his assignment. He could not do his job of keeping the spectators back and at the same time keep an eye on what was going on with Chauvin and Mr. Floyd. The other two officers were rookies with one being on the job for just days. One of the rookies rendered aid in the ambulance. For these reasons, I do not think any of the three other officers on the scene can be convicted for just being there.
Let’s go over it. The first charge we’ll look at is Second Degree Murder. In some states there doesn’t have to be an intent for Second Degree Murder, but in Minnesota there does. This is crucial to the charge against Chauvin.
Here is the statute straight from Minnesota’s website.
The prosecutors are not charging Chauvin with Intentional Murder under Second Degree, because they would never ever get a conviction for that because the whole incident was on film and the whole world saw it.
The prosecution is charging Chauvin under subdivision 2, Unintentional Murder under Second Degree Murder.
Under this section, it says “Whoever does either of the following is guilty of unintentional murder in the second degree and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than 40 years:” So if Chauvin is convicted of this he will serve prison time for 40 years.
The important thing we’re going to do here that the Fake News networks like CNN and MSNBC, the Washington Post, and the New York Times et. al. are not going to do is read the statutes because in the real world it matters. The real world has absolutely nothing to do with what you want it to be, how you think it should be even if you really, really, really, REALLY want it to be.
Under Clause 1 it says the following:
(1) causes the death of a human being, without intent to effect the death of any person, while committing or attempting to commit a felony offense other than criminal sexual conduct in the first or second degree with force or violence or a drive-by shooting; or
When you read that statute, knowing what you know about the case from the perspective of what you saw in the video, it will be very difficult for the prosecution to prove that Chauvin was committing a felony offense during the arrest of George Floyd.
BUT he had his knee on Floyd’s neck!
If we had an honest news media you would know by now that an officer holding his knee on the neck of a suspect who is down on the ground with officers trying to get the suspect to comply with the arrest is how Minneapolis police officers are trained. There is a training video that shows a photo slide with the instructor using his knee on the neck of the helper lying down acting as the suspect.
You didn’t know any of that because Fake News outlets have an agenda that is anything but producing the truth. Officer Chauvin was using his knee as a technique of a trained use of force policy.
With that said, an argument can be made that Chauvin used that trained technique use of force a little too long, and that could be true, however, according to the “science” already established by the coroner’s office, Floyd had over the lethal dose of fentanyl in his bloodstream and he had methamphetamine in his blood as well. The defense will argue that George Floyd killed George Floyd when he ingested that many drugs at one time. Let’s be real here. As much fentanyl that Floyd had in his system, and it doesn’t take much at all, which you’ll see in a minute, will kill you. This is indisputable and you will never hear the CNNs of the world point it out.
Clause 2 of Subdivision 1 doesn’t apply here.
“(2) causes the death of a human being without intent to effect the death of any person, while intentionally inflicting or attempting to inflict bodily harm upon the victim, when the perpetrator is restrained under an order for protection and the victim is a person designated to receive protection under the order. As used in this clause, “order for protection” includes an order for protection issued under chapter 518B; a harassment restraining order issued under section 609.748; a court order setting conditions of pretrial release or conditions of a criminal sentence or juvenile court disposition; a restraining order issued in a marriage dissolution action; and any order issued by a court of another state or of the United States that is similar to any of these orders.”
I set in bold the important part of this statute to point out that the statute has to do with an order of protection otherwise known as a restraining order.
Let’s move on to Manslaughter. The Minnesota statute for Manslaughter in the Second Degree is as follows:
Manslaughter, as defined in Minnesota statutes will be easier for the prosecution to prove and if Chauvin is convicted I believe it will be for this over the other charges.
“A person who causes the death of another by any of the following means is guilty of manslaughter in the second degree and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than ten years or to payment of a fine of not more than $20,000, or both:”
So, instead of 40 years, Chauvin would spend 10 years behind bars if convicted in Minnesota for manslaughter. The prosecution will try to use a Manslaughter conviction to beef up the chances for a Second Degree Murder conviction. If he is solely convicted of Manslaughter and only has to do ten years, the people in Minneapolis will go crazy. Folks, no matter what happens there will be more riots. I don’t know if this time around the Democrats will encourage them as much as they did willfully or stupidly over the summer, but they are coming so be prepared.
It appears that the prosecution is attempting to prosecute Chauvin on the first clause:
“(1) by the person’s culpable negligence whereby the person creates an unreasonable risk, and consciously takes chances of causing death or great bodily harm to another; or”
That is the only one the prosecution can really work with under the statute. When you go down the other four it’s patently obvious
“(2) by shooting another with a firearm or other dangerous weapon as a result of negligently believing the other to be a deer or other animal; or (3) by setting a spring gun, pit fall, deadfall, snare, or other like dangerous weapon or device; or (4) by negligently or intentionally permitting any animal, known by the person to have vicious propensities or to have caused great or substantial bodily harm in the past, to run uncontrolled off the owner’s premises, or negligently failing to keep it properly confined; or (5) by committing or attempting to commit a violation of section 609.378 (neglect or endangerment of a child), and murder in the first, second, or third degree is not committed thereby.”
The part in the first clause they will try to prove is that Officer Chauvin went on to “create an unreasonable risk” that led to the death of George Floyd. However, it should be easy for the defense to show that it was not unreasonable since we have video of the arrest that shows George Floyd was resisting arrest, he was kicking, crying, and screaming, and overall refusing to get into the back of the police vehicle while he was hyped up on drugs and acting crazy. I think the defense can prove that it is not unreasonable when Chauvin used a trained police policy use of force to subdue Floyd with the experience the officers just went through trying to arrest him.
The state added Third Degree Murder back into the list of charges.
If the prosecution is going to push for Third Degree Murder I believe they will try to prove the first clause.
“(a) Whoever, without intent to effect the death of any person, causes the death of another by perpetrating an act eminently dangerous to others and evincing a depraved mind, without regard for human life, is guilty of murder in the third degree and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than 25 years.”
The problem here is that the prosecutors will have a difficult time arguing Officer Chauvin was revealing a “depraved mind” by using a trained police policy use of force to subdue Floyd. There was noting depraved about using a policy that the Minneapolis police department trains officers to use under the exact circumstances that George Floyd himself created.
There you have it. I’ve said since the beginning that the fact that George Floyd died is a tragedy that should never have happened, but according to Floyd’s toxicology report, he took enough drugs that had he never gotten arrested he would have died at the same time only somewhere else. Did Floyd see the police approaching his vehicle and feared they were going to question him about passing off a counterfeit bill at the store across the street from where he was when police approached and fearing getting arrested if the cops found the drugs he just quickly ingested them to get rid of the evidence? Either way, it doesn’t appear that Chauvin was the cause of his death. I saw doesn’t appear because I don’t have all of the information so I don’t know if there are some other facts that the prosecution will bring up at trial that will change the evidence we do already have.
On Wednesday in the Washington State gubernatorial debate, Governor Inslee denied comments he made in June that he was unaware of the existence of the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ).
Brandi Kruse, a Seattle journalist with Q13 Fox News and one of the journalists moderating the debate, asked Inslee about those comments: “What should voters make of the fact that you were apparently oblivious to police abandoning an entire precinct in the state’s largest city?”
“If you look at the facts of the situation,” Inslee answered, “I could not have been oblivious to it because I actually deployed the Washington State National Guard.”
Kruse’s question was in regards to comments made by Inslee in June when he was asked about a group of protesters who had taken over an area of six city blocks in Capitol Hill two days prior.
“Governor, I’d like to ask you about what’s going on in Seattle,” one reporter asked during a news conference on June 10th. “There’s a thing called the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone. What’s your thought of that and the fact that the protesters have taken that over and not allowing people to come and go freely?”
“That’s news to me,” Inslee responded at the time, “so I’ll have to reserve any comment about it. I have not heard anything about that.”
Now, Inslee is attempting to counter his own comments, claiming that he did know about the Capitol Hill situation when he was asked about it on June 10th. “Listen, I knew about CHOP,” he said Wednesday. “That’s why we had state troopers ready to respond at the city’s request.”
Protests began in Seattle on May 29th after the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis. Inslee activated the National Guard on May 30th at the request of the City of Seattle to help protect property and control crowds.
But this was all before protesters ran police out of the East Precinct on Capitol Hill and declared an “autonomous zone”.
Protests had been intense since their beginning in late May, with protesters throwing bricks and projectiles at officers, and officers responding by deploying tear gas and other crowd-dispersing tactics. The Seattle Police Department abandoned the East Precinct on June 8th in what then-Police Chief Carmen Best called “an exercise of trust and de-escalation.”
Armed protesters responded by barricading an area of the neighborhood and declaring it a “no police zone”.
The news conference where Inslee denied knowledge of the situation occurred 48 hours later on June 10th.
Protesters occupied the area until July 1st. In the few weeks of its existence, multiple people were injured in shootings and two African-American teenagers were killed.
Inslee did deploy the National Guard, but that deployment occurred over a week before the establishment of CHAZ in response to the protests that erupted in late May.
Governor Jay Inslee (D) is running for a third term in Washington State against Republican Loren Culp, a former police officer who is pushing back against Inslee’s far-left policies. If elected, Inslee would be the first governor in 40 years to serve a third term.
The riots which exploded across the country in late May in response to the death of George Floyd while in police custody are now estimated to be the most expensive civil disorders in U.S. history, costing insurance companies upwards of $2 billion.
But the costs may be much higher.
According to Axios, statistics compiled by Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I) and originally provided by Property Claim Services (which has been tracking insurance claims from civil unrest since 1950), the riots occurring from May 26th through June 8th of this year have racked up $1 billion to $2 billion in losses.
While media outlets have repeatedly called the summer protests “mostly peaceful”, the economic devastation and violence that has occurred speaks otherwise.
In the Minneapolis area alone, for instance, over 1,500 businesses were vandalized, looted, and destroyed within the first few days of protests. According to the Star Tribune:
“In their wake, vandals left a trail of smashed doors and windows, covered hundreds of boarded-up businesses with graffiti and set fire to nearly 150 buildings, with dozens burned to the ground. Pharmacies, groceries, liquor stores, tobacco shops and cell phone stores were ransacked, losing thousands of dollars in stolen merchandise. Many were looted repeatedly over consecutive nights.
Other property — like gas stations, restaurants and even parked cars — was set on fire, with much of it completely destroyed.”
PCS labels anything above $25 million a “catastrophe.” The riots of this past summer have been deemed a “multi-state catastrophe event,” the first of its kind, with over 20 states suffering significant losses.
The most expensive civil unrest event prior to this summer was the 1992 Rodney King riots in LA, which cost $775 million in insurance claims (or $1.42 when adjusted for inflation). Most other catastrophes occurred during the 1960s. But, unlike the riots from this past summer, those catastrophes tended to be isolated to one city.
“It’s not just happening in one city or state,” Loretta L. Worters of Triple-I told Axios, ” – it’s all over the country. And this is still happening, so the losses could be significantly more.”
“By June 4 at least 40 cities in 23 states had imposed curfews,” reported Triple-I, “and rioting resulted in at least six deaths. National Guard were called in at least 21 states and Washington, D.C.”
First, insurance losses only measure those losses coming from the insured. According to FEE, 75% of U.S. businesses are under-insured, and 40% don’t have insurance at all.
Second, over 15 people have died as a result of these riots, and others have been seriously injured. Insurance doesn’t account for personal pain and suffering.
Third, “looking at mere insurance totals fails to factor in the lost sales revenue and unpaid labor” in the days, weeks, and months to come.
And finally, insurance claims don’t take into account the extensive negative impacts that riots have on entire communities for years to come. According to FEE, areas that have been victims of rioting “face higher insurance rates, lower property values, higher prices, reduced tax revenue, and decreased economic opportunity.”
In other words, while activists are smashing windows in the name of “justice”, they are creating a worse environment for people of all ages, races, and economic status.
In the aftermath of the Rodney King riots, for instance, LA suffered a $4 billion decrease in economic activity, and a reduction in their tax revenue by $125 million.
Or, following the 1960s civil rights era, cities that experienced rioting faced “negative, persistent, and economically significant effects of riots on the value of black-owned housing” and “a 10 percent decline in the total value of black-owned property in cities.”
This isn’t to mention the fact that minority businesses have been looted, set ablaze, and vandalized in the midst of these protests for racial equality and justice.
The historic $2 billion that has been racked up so far as a direct result of riots may not threaten the integrity of the insurance industry, but it does threaten our small business owners, the health of our communities, and the well-being of our nation as a whole.
A Washington, DC government advisory commission released a report on Monday recommending the city government rename dozens of city properties, and “remove, relocate, or contextualize” several federal memorials, including the Jefferson Memorial and the Washington Memorial.
The DC Facilities and Commemorative Expressions (DCFACES) Working Group was formed by Mayor Muriel Bowser earlier in the summer with the specific task of ensuring that DC Government-owned facilities fall in line with “contemporary DC values.” The Mayor requested that the group make recommendations for those DC locations that honor a historical person who “in some way encouraged the oppression of African Americans and other communities of color or contributed to our long history of systemic racism.”
The Report found that more than 70% of DC-owned property are named after white men, many of whom were not residents of DC, recommended the renaming of over 49 of those properties. Those properties include public schools, residential buildings and campuses, parks, fields and playgrounds, and government buildings named after historical figures such as Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, Francis Scott Key, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell, and Woodrow Wilson.
The names of 78 streets, 10 neighborhoods, and 2 libraries were also addressed in the Report.
It was page 22 of the Report, however, that has raised great controversy since its release on Monday. Page 22 recommended that the federal government “remove, relocate, or contextualize” eight federal statues and memorials.
Those eight federal statues and memorials include the Columbus Fountain, the Benjamin Franklin Statue, the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, and the George Washington Statue.
Mayor Bowser did not address the recommendations specifically, only stating via Twitter that she looks “forward to reviewing and advancing their recommendations.”
The Group based their recommendations on the disqualifying factors of “participation in slavery, systemic racism, mistreatment of, or actions that suppressed equality for, persons of color, women and LGBTQ communities and violation of the DC Human Right Act.”
A White House Statement from the Press Secretary released on Tuesday accused the DCFACES Working Group Report of “demolishing our history and destroying our great heritage.”
“President Donald J. Trump believes these places should be preserved, not torn down; respected, not hated; and passed on for generations to come. As long as President Trump is in the White House, the mayor’s irresponsible recommendations will go absolutely nowhere, and as the mayor of our Nation’s capital city—a city that belongs to the American people—she ought to be ashamed for even suggesting them for consideration.”
Since receiving harsh criticism from various conservatives and the White House, a new version of the Report has been released. In this new version, the recommendation for federal monuments and statues has been removed.
Even if Mayor Bowser decided to move forward with any changes to federal monuments or statues, any such changes to federal property would have to be approved by a bill passed in Congress and hearings in both House and Senate committees, not to mention thousands (if not millions) of dollars to invest in the efforts.
A Washington state mayor was pretty much okay with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests that began after George Floyd’s death while in police custody in Minneapolis.
But that only lasted until BLM vandals damaged her own house, according to reports.
Now, Mayor Cheryl Selby of Olympia refers to the protests as “domestic terrorism,” says ‘The Olympian.’
“I’m really trying to process this,” Selby told the newspaper on Saturday after the rioters’ Friday night spree left her front door and porch covered with spray-painted messages. “It’s like domestic terrorism. It’s unfair.
“Welcome to the party, pal,” said John McClane.
“It hurts when you’re giving so much to your community,” Selby added.
The mayor and her family were not at home at the time so they weren’t in peril, the report said. But neighbors placed a call to the mayor to let her know about the damage to her house.
Earlier this month, Selby issued a press release saying Olympia would not impose a curfew on protesters demonstrating against Floyd’s death.
“Let me be clear: The City of Olympia supports the peaceful protests that highlight the racial injustices black people continue to endure at the hands of police in the United States.”
Half the problem isn’t the police, it’s progressive politicians who have created really awful policies for their jurisdictions that have led to problems in black communities everywhere they’re tried.
Problems like high unemployment, high murder rates, high drug and alcohol abuse, high rape, burglary, and assault crime rates.
Progressive policies by Democrats who have controlled large cities across America for decades, some a hundred years, all have these same problems. It’s not the police who cause all these problems, it’s the progressive Democrat policies that breed crime, destruction and darkness for their residents.
Selby was listed in the Fuse Progressive Voters Guide of 2019
Olympia, she said, was “not without sin in this matter.” Oh, really?
“We are a predominantly white community next to communities that are far more diverse,” Selby told The Olympian. “That tells us that we are not, we have not been as welcoming and nurturing to communities of color as we’d like to think. The light switched on in America by Mr. Floyd’s murder shines glaringly on Olympia, as well.”
Wait a minute. This dingbat mayor is saying that her city has to nurture communities outside the city? Who elected her to do that?
Democrats are now in the blame game where after blaming everything happening on Donald Trump they act like they’re reflecting on past problems within their own jurisdictions for people of color, but they always make it seem like it’s their fault, but not because of something they did, but because they didn’t take enough action to stop the goings-on in the community. That’s total rubbish.
What’s going on in bad communities is decades of really bad policies, like letting peaceful protests turn into looting and riots but continuing to refer to them as a peaceful protest. When you allow bad behavior to go on, you’re going to get more bad behavior, and when left alone long enough, it’s going to escalate. But the politicians “feel good” about themselves for placating violent people at the expense of the rest of their communities.
One other BLM supporter, ESPN writer Chris Martin Palmer, who commented “Burn it all down,” when retweeting a photo of a Minneapolis building in flames in late May, had a unique response when rioters came close to his house, The Sporting News reported.
“Get these animals TF out of my neighborhood,” Palmer wrote. “Go back to where you live.”
With progressives, it’s what’s good for thee is not good for me.
Opinion| Mark Sidney| The establishment must really be scared of President Trump if they are willing to completely destroy their credibility, day after day, manufactured crisis after manufactured crisis, just to try and remove him from power.
We have gone through the list before, but to recap the highlights … there was the:
‘Russia ‘hacked’ the election, then Russian Collusion, which lead to …
The Muller Report and 4 other Congressional investigations, then …
The Ukrainian phone call which lead to the dismissed impeachment fiasco, then …
All of a sudden, weeks later, a pandemic swept the nation (we can chalk this one us to ‘coincidence’,) then …
Nationwide, and if you believe the media, global, race/class riots over the murder of George Floyd by a derange Minneapolis police officer.
Trump has been blamed for each and everyone of these events, despite most of them having already been proven to be BS, and the others not of his doing.
Of course, this article is just my opinion, so take it with a gain of salt, but it sure seems to me like the people who really control society are doing everything they possibly can to remove Trump.
They know the strongest economy in recent history, which Trump hangs his hat on (rightfully so), must be crippled in order for his re-election to be foiled.
If you ask me, Trump’s second leg of his Presidency is ‘law and order.’
It sure seems like there is a concerted effort to undermine the law and order in our nation, and what a coincidence that this is occurring right before the 2020 election! Who could have guessed?!
Anyway, down here in sunny and free, Florida, not much has changed, people do not seem to be buying into the fear mongering on the TV, nor the idea that there is some gigantic, incurable, racial divide in America.
However, apparently this is not true in some Democrat run states and cities.
According to the Gateway Pundit, and renowned reporter and fearless journalist, Andy Ngo, part of Seattle, Washington has actually fallen to, if true, what I can only perceive to be, domestic terrorists.
EXCLUSIVE: “I miss him.” George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter speaks out about her dad for first time. https://gma.abc/36TW2kE
In a press conference on Wednesday, standing beside the family’s attorney and civil rights activist Benjamin Crump, Floyd’s son Quincy Mason said he is feeling “so emotional” and the family is seeking “justice for my father.”
“No man or woman should be without their fathers,” he said. “We want justice for what’s going on right now.”
This weekend Federal Police officer Ronald V. Dellums was shot and killed as cowards drove by the Department of Homeland Security’s Protective Service building and shot him to death. His partner was also shot but is expected to live. The shooting is being investigated but it occurred at the same time as the riots.
This is another act of domestic terrorism.
“When someone targets a police officer or a police station with an intention to do harm and intimidate — that is an act of domestic terrorism,” Department of Homeland Security Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli said at a Washington, D.C., news conference Saturday.
“There are currently threats by some to attack police stations and federal buildings,” Cuccinelli said. “That violence not only won’t be tolerated, we are also committed to ensuring that it won’t succeed anywhere.”
Officers around the country have been facing a barrage of violent attacks in recent days since the death of Floyd, an unarmed black man who died after a former Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for over eight minutes.
Underwood’s sister, Lancaster City Councilwoman Angela Underwood Jacobs confirmed the death of her brother in a short post on Facebook.
“My brother, Dave Patrick Underwood, a federal officer, was murdered 5/29/20 in Oakland California, while on duty during the riots. This Violence Must Stop,” she wrote.
Prayers for his family. Let’s hope these terrorists are held accountable.
They call it the “Big Lie” for a reason. Democrats and RINO Republicans refer to anyone asserting that there was massive voter fraud in the 2020 election as the Big Lie, but the truth is the labeling of such allegations is the real Big Lie. There has been voter fraud since the days of George Washington so when the DC Swamp creatures and all their boot-licking sycophants in the Fake News media told us that it was a perfectly run election and that there was no voter fraud that was the beginning of the Big Lie. They had to do it because otherwise all their efforts to steal a presidential election would have been done for nothing. And if they allowed the Big Lie to be exposed then the Democrats would never win another election again. That’s why they got the Fake News media and the tech tyrants of social media to censor any and all information that came out about election fraud claiming it to be disinformation. All of that ends now.
There are now at least eight cases of multiple instances of alleged voter fraud that happened during the same election the Left swore was the cleanest election of our lifetime and some other recent elections as well. Cases have been brought in California, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
The DuPage State Attorney’s Office and the County Clerk’s Office worked together on investigations into 32 cases of alleged election fraud. I thought there was no election fraud.
A few of those cases claim that people cast ballots illegally on behalf of other people. Other cases allege that voters declared that they had lived in the county they voted for over the legally-required time period of six months, and they lied.
Four people, including a Justice of the Peace, were arrested for 150 counts of voter fraud for ballot harvesting and unlawful possession of a ballot or ballot envelope.
Out of four people indicted by a grand jury for alleged election fraud during a special election in Paterson, NJ in May 2020 two of them were city council members.
Here’s a doozy in Georgia. Recently-elected Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) is being investigated for voter fraud concerning his being a board chairman of a voter registration group founded by the progressive lunatic Stacey Abrams who lost her bid in the Georgia governor’s race back in 2018 but went to on believing she was the governor anyway. Abrams was spotlighted by many in the Fake News media when she made statements against Donald Trump claiming that his refusing to conceded to Joe Biden, who 74 million Americans believe stole the 2020 election from him was anti-democratic even though to this day she has never conceded to who turned out to be a real disappointment, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. But even on Kemp’s worst day, Abrams would be a disaster by comparison.
Fulton County, Georgia’s election board is under investigation by the Secretary of State for election “sloppiness” and problems in election management concerning how the county handled election observers. I also have to mention that Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger should himself be under investigation for when he conspired with the lunatic Stacey Abrams by illegally changing election law, something the Constitution only empowers state legislatures to do when he changed how ballot signature verifications were to be done. Instead of matching a ballot signature up to either a driver’s license or the voter’s original voter registration form Raffensperger allowed the Democrats in Georgia to match ballot signatures with the application to request a mail-in ballot, allegedly allowing the forger’s two signatures to be compared instead of the real voter. But Raffensperger came out against Donald Trump so he’ll be fine. What a world we live in.
Former Congressman Michael Myers (D-PA) was charged back in July with a scam operation he used to stuff ballot boxes every year from 2014 through 2016 for primary elections. Meyers bribed a former Judge of Elections for the 39th Ward, 36th Division, Domenick J. Demuro, of course, a Democrat, who pleaded guilty in a federal court in Philadelphia to adding fraudulent votes to voting machines. I thought Democrats told us it was impossible to rig voting machines. Note to Self: Call Dominion.
A runoff election was ordered by a Mississippi judge after more than three-quarters of absentee ballots were deemed invalid in a previous runoff election in June 2020 with a notary being arrested according to The Epoch Times.
And there are two more election fraud investigations in northern California where the mayor of a city resigned last week after pleading guilty to election fraud charges. Alex Campbell, the Crescent City Mayor Pro Tem plead guilty to making a false declaration of candidacy in Del Norte County Superior Court, as reported by local news outlet Wild Rivers Outpost.
If you’re still not convinced that there was election fraud during the 2020 election I recommend you watch MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s movie “Absolute Proof” where he proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that there was massive election fraud against Donald Trump and it involved many foreign countries including China. Watch the full-length video here for free.