- PATRIOT POST - Nov 6, 2020 -
If this election is not authenticated, what future election will be trusted?
After Democrat governors in many states, including Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, counted “late ballots,” their prediction of a “red mirage” — President Donald Trump appearing to win some states he won in 2016 but Joe Biden ultimately prevailing — turned out just as they planned.
Three days after the polls closed, late ballots have moved multiple states into the Biden column. Based on how the Demos used the CV19 pandemic to implement massive bulk-mail balloting, combined with ballot harvesting in Democrat precincts, their unverified balloting campaign has worked.
As Biden himself declared in a colossal political gaffe a week before the election: “We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Indeed they did.
Despite the tenuous Republican hold on the U.S. Senate after Democrats spent almost $900 million to flip it, and Republican increases in the U.S. House combined with gains of state houses and governorships, Demos will likely succeed in a marginal presidential electoral victory for Biden and Kamala Harris.
In brief remarks from the White House Thursday, President Trump assailed media voter suppression and fraudulent bulk-mail balloting, declaring, “They’re trying to steal an election. They’re trying to rig an election and we can’t let that happen. We can’t allow anybody to silence our voters and manufacture results. We want an honest election and an honest count.”
He first addressed Leftmedia polling ahead of the election, the “Pollaganda Effect” achieved by deliberately using skewed polling with the intended outcome of voter suppression — emboldening Biden support while dissuading Trump support.
President Trump said:
“The pollsters got it knowingly wrong. … Media polling was election interference, in the truest sense of that word, by powerful special interests. These really phony polls — fake polls — were designed to keep our voters at home, create the illusion of momentum for Mr. Biden and diminish Republicans’ ability to raise funds. They were what’s called suppression polls. Everyone knows that now, and it’s never been used to the extent that it’s been used on this last election.”