- NEWS WITH VIEWS - Nov 12, 2020 -
Using a strange choice of words, Mary Anastasia O’Grady of the Wall Street Journal wrote years ago about how the communist regime in Venezuela held “the trump card” in national elections because the national electoral council uses electronic voting machines, controls the voter registry, and does not allow opposition audits. She added, “Government critics long held that London-based Smartmatic, which used to provide the regime with voting-machine technology, was complicit in its shenanigans.” Now we find out about electronic voting machines in the U.S. which are becoming known for computer “glitches.”
Here, we don’t have a “national electoral council.” But we do have “news” agencies which pick winners and Big Tech organizations that defend election fraud. The Epoch Times is one of the few newspapers which won’t declare a winner until all results are certified and any legal challenges are resolved. It points out, “State legislatures and the Electoral College are the bodies that certify presidential elections.”
Now we have learned that Diane Feinstein’s husband Richard Blum is connected to the computer “glitches” switching Trump votes to Biden. A report from a neutral source confirms the suspicious nature of this arrangement.
We are no better than communist Venezuela. In fact, we are in worse shape, since America is supposed to be the leader of the Free World, an example to other countries.
Venezuela has one set of electronic voting machines, and we have another. That’s the difference. Plus, the mail-in voting schemes that President Trump warned about were utilized as well. That makes America’s elections even more suspicious.
In America we have an Orwellian “Ministry of Truth” which serves the Deep State. For example, if you go to this video about the election process, from the point of view of an attorney sympathetic to Trump, you will find this claim inserted by Facebook, “Election officials follow strict rules when it comes to ballot counting, handling and reporting.” The source is the “Bipartisan Policy Center.” Sounds impressive. Of course, the claim is false, since there are multiple reports of fraudulent vote counting.