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The Cavalry is Not Coming: 2020 Election Update

I’m not sure when it was, but sometime during the past three months I gave a resigned shrug and admitted to myself that we’re not going to get Donald Trump reinstated in the White House before January 20, 2025. None of the people with the power to effect that righteous change non-violently have the courage to do so. Every institution that is supposed to protect the people and fight for us is too broken or too cowardly to stand up and fight.

That’s not to say that we don’t still have plenty of good work that we can do between now and 2024. Every time that more fraud is exposed, or another state-level bill to reduce Democrat election fraud is passed, that’s another victory for truth and justice. Here’s a look at some of the latest good, bad and ugly when it comes to the 2020 election.

 

Indiana’s governor has just signed a new election security bill into law. All voting machines that do not leave a paper trail will be banned in Indiana, effective starting in the 2024 election. While Indiana doesn’t use machines from Dominion, they do use voting machines from ES&S, which was one of the companies that figured prominently in Arizona.

This will allow voters to check a paper copy of their ballot and verify it on the spot, if they suspect for any reason that the machine is cheating them. While this is not a foolproof system, it’s much better than having machines like the Dominion ones where everything is hidden from the voter, and no one is ever allowed to look inside the machine.

Switching to all paper ballots would be preferable, but at least Indiana voters can now get a receipt that shows that their vote was recorded correctly. And hang onto those receipts, voters! You never know when they’ll be needed.

That’s a huge thing that The Gateway Pundit noted this week. It’s now been 16 months since the 2020 election, and not a single official audit or examination of one Dominion Voting Systems machines has taken place in any state. Not one. Dominion and the Democrat Party have successfully sued or stonewalled every state that called for an investigation of their machines.

The closest we’ve come to an audit of a Dominion machine was the report that an expert submitted on the machines in a Georgia court case. But the judge ordered that report sealed after the LOL-81-million Biden administration sued to stop its release. Now the public will never be allowed to see that report.

The pernicious and dishonest use of drop boxes is being fought or at least called into question in many states right now, as well. Florida and Utah have both taken real steps to limit their use. Even in red-state Kansas, people are questioning just how much the drop boxes were used to commit fraud in 2020.

Writing for Heartlander News last week, Michael Ryan noted that there were eight drop boxes used in Johnson County, Kansas in the 2020 election. Six were stationed at libraries and two at county election offices. All eight drop boxes had 24-hour security cameras pointed at them, but the libraries all taped over the surveillance. And the county refuses to let anyone see the footage from the two county drop boxes, citing unnamed “security concerns.”

Uh huh. No wonder 95% of Trump voters believe the election was stolen. We are never, ever, allowed to look at the evidence.

I suspect that support for banning drop boxes will blossom after Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary film comes out this spring. The film is called “2,000 Mules” and it was produced in conjunction with True the Vote. They tracked 2,000 ballot traffickers in swing states who stuffed the drop boxes with tons of fraudulent ballots.

The film features surveillance footage of one trafficker who made 53 trips to 20 drop boxes. Ballot traffickers were also filmed wearing rubber gloves to avoid leaving fingerprints on the mail-in ballots and taking selfies in front of the drop boxes with stacks of ballots – presumably so they could get paid for their deliveries.

In Pennsylvania, it’s illegal for someone to deposit more than one ballot in a drop box. The legislature there finally received footage from a drop box – 16 months after the election. To show you what we’re up against for the next two-plus years, here’s a short clip from one of those drop boxes from the day before the 2020 election.

The thing that jumped out at me – aside from the fact that the ballot box is being stuffed in broad daylight, on video surveillance, and with human eyewitnesses just a few feet away – is that the trafficker’s stack of ballots is too thick to go in the drop box on the first attempt. She has to break her pile of illegal ballots up into six smaller stacks to even fit them in the box.


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