You don’t have to be a conspiracy nut to come up with a few questions after watching the happenings of the 2020 election. Okay, how about hundreds of questions?
Forget about the usual allegations of Democrat voter fraud shenanigans like illegal ballot harvesting, getting illegal aliens to vote, and filling out ballots for dead people and people who moved out of the state, there are some really weird things that happened on election night that cannot be poo poo’d away by leftist news media jerks.
A bellwether is defined as “an indicator or predictor of something.” We call states that have had the same, or very close to the same, election results for decades as bellwether states.
For example, Ohio is a bellwether state and has been a pretty solid indicator for how you can read the national opinion in order to predict election results. The saying is, “As Ohio goes, so goes the nation.”
Since 1904, whoever won Ohio went on to win the presidential election every single year except two times. Except this year. Weird, right?
Another bellwether state is Florida, the biggest one. No Republican candidate for president has won the election without winning Florida since Calvin Coolidge, and only two times in history has a Democrat won without winning Florida.
So, Donald Trump won two clear bellwether states and gained support in solid blue states like New York, yet we’re supposed to believe he had trouble in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and red Georgia? I’m sorry, but that dog don’t hunt.
Republicans outperformed everywhere except for Trump? Are you kidding me? Does anyone actually believe that? The Republicans in the House and Senate staved off the supposed “blue wave” that the liars in the media were predicting all along, with the GOP so far holding onto the Senate and Republicans actually picking up seats in the House. Most people know that the Republicans in Congress did so well by riding Donald Trump’s coattails, so then how can they expect us to believe Trump could be such a help to down-ballot candidates but not himself? The answer is voter fraud. Folks, there is no other way to explain it.
The answer to all of this madness is that if Democrats argue they didn’t rig the election for Biden yet he won those state, and their Congressional Democrat candidates didn’t do so well, then how come no one is asking why there is no consistency found? In the areas where Biden outperformed in the key battleground states, the down ballot candidates should have ridden his coattails, yet they didn’t in these extremely important states. Could it be that Republicans in the key battleground states where the organized voter fraud took place were not the same states where Republicans did really well? Or is it because of things like the reported 450,000 ballots that were cast in those battleground states where the only vote cast on them was for Joe Biden with not a single down vote at all?
How will Democrats respond to those 450,000 ballots in the key states that were only cast for Joe Biden and no one else on the ballot? Do they really expect us to accept an answer of “oh well that’s how it goes?” Could it be that to be able to fill out the thousands of ballots that were needed to push Biden over the top the fraudsters just quickly circled for Biden and moved on to the next ballot?
I’m not saying that it’s 100% impossible that that many ballots only had Joe Biden marked off, but in those states, the pattern never shows that many for only the top candidate and no one else. It just doesn’t happen, except it did happen this time.
Sidney Powell, Michael Flynn’s excellent attorney and a former US Attorney, has some insight that she shared with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business about the irregularities found in the key battleground states but not in Florida.
all of these a regularity is in coincidences and things that went against the general norm are enough to be able to ask serious questions about what happened during this election and if it is possible that the Democratic Party had a coordinated effort to steal the election from Donald Trump for Joe Biden. I think, after looking at the evidence we have so far, and we know that much more is yet to come, the answer is absolutely yes.