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Court Docs Expose How One Election Official RIGGED the 2020 Presidential Election

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Another piece of evidence has emerged to CONFIRM that the 2020 election was rigged, and 2024 will be too!

Court documents reveal that in Prince William County, Virginia – a county which Joe Biden mysteriously defeated Donald Trump in during the 2020 election the REAL results were “altered.”

The former general registrar in the county, Michele White, is accused of altering the election results and contributing to Biden’s 54% to 44% victory.

White abruptly resigned in 2021 without explanation before a batch of later indictments made it clear why the county election official abandoned her post.

In September 2022, White was hit with a grand jury indictment on two felony counts for “corrupt conduct as an election official” and “making a false statement.”

She was also hit with a misdemeanor indictment of “willful neglect of duty by an election officer.”

 

At the time that those indictments were announced, Virginia’s AG only said that White broke the law between August and December 2020 without providing additional details but the new court documents confirm exactly what went down.

One document revealed that “White altered election results within the state reporting system, VERIS, and that her alterations resulted in the false reporting of the election results from Prince William County.”

Almost 4 years later we are STILL discovering ways in which the 2020 election was rigged to help Joe Biden steal the presidency away from Donald Trump – but there is nothing to suggest it won’t happen AGAIN in 2024.

Despite there being several instances of election rigging like this, Democrats still maintain that it was “the most fair election in history.”

Even in Prince William County the current general registrar, Eric Olsen, maintains is trying to claim that his predecessor’s rigging attempts has “no impact” on the outcome of the election.

“The former General Registrar for Prince William County, Michele White, has been charged with three criminal counts,” Olsen said in a 2022 statement. “She left her position in early 2021. Her conduct did not impact the outcome of any election contest.”

He’s actually trying to make the argument that White altered the election results… but it had no impact on the outcome?

If that’s what these people are now claiming then it means they simply don’t fear real accountability and they will steal the election AGAIN.

Olsen stated that an all new leadership team has been built in Prince William county that is “dedicated to fair and accurate elections,” but if they are unwilling to admit that the last presidential election was anything BUT fair, we can expect to see more of the same.

And to think, this is just one county in one state where an election official was CAUGHT rigging the election.

Imagine how boldly they will cheat in the places where they weren’t caught!


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