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Truth Prevails: Court Rules 2020 Election Fraud Did Happen in Pennsylvania

Closeup of a senior woman casting her ballot on a new electronic voting machine.

“Trump lost 60 election cases and the courts found no evidence of fraud!” This lie has persisted for nearly four years now. In the vast majority of 2020 election cases, the courts were too afraid to look at the evidence in the first place. Most cases were dismissed because the courts made up excuses to declare that the plaintiffs lacked standing to sue. In every election case where judges have dared to look at the evidence, Trump has won. It just happened again in a major ruling in Pennsylvania.

A man named James Savage is the supervisor and chief custodian of the Delaware County Voting Machine Warehouse in Pennsylvania. After the 2020 election was stolen, Savage filed a lawsuit against President Trump and two Republican poll watchers named Greg Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes. The case was Savage v. Trump et al. Savage sued President Trump, Stenstrom, and Hoopes for defamation because they talked about his actions in the warehouse, which both Stenstrom and Hoopes personally observed.

Savage’s suit claimed that Trump and the poll watchers engaged in “deliberate, malicious, and defamatory statements and insinuations” for talking about what they saw Savage do in the warehouse.

 

After the 2020 election, the poll watchers alleged that they viewed James Savage inserting a USB “v-card” device into vote tabulation machines 24 times as the votes were being counted. Stenstrom publicly accused Savage of padding the vote totals with that v-card.

James Savage is not an election employee. He’s just the supervisor of the warehouse where the machines were stored. He has no training to be able to work on election machines in any way, other than to carry them from point A to point B with a forklift and keep track of inventory of the machines. No one other than a designated county election official is supposed to be handling USB v-cards.

About those v-cards, by the way. Those would prove definitively that election fraud took place if anyone ever examined them. Unfortunately, 64 of the v-cards in Pennsylvania disappeared “for some reason” as the Pennsylvania state senate was investigating the fraud.

The lawsuit notes that Stenstrom referred to Savage as a “Bernie Sanders delegate who was also solely responsible for every scanner, machine, v-card, and all machines with absolutely zero experience in this area.”

To prove a defamation case, you have to prove that a person was lying about you. Here’s an example. If I say, “Joe Biden forced his daughter to take inappropriate showers with him when she was a small child,” Joe Biden could try to file a defamation suit against me. He would lose the case because my statement is true. Joe Biden’s own daughter admitted in her diary that her father forced her to take “inappropriate” showers with him when she was a small child.

Truth is the ultimate defense in a defamation case. You can’t defame someone if you’re telling the truth about them, no matter how malicious your intent might be.

There was supposed to be a hearing this week in Savage v. Trump et al. At the last minute, however, Savage and his lawyer withdrew the suit after all these years. The judge had stated in the previous hearing that Stenstrom and Hoopes had made truthful statements about Savage. Namely, Savage was untrained and unauthorized to insert v-cards into vote tabulation machines, and they observed him insert a now-missing USB v-card into machines 24 times while the votes were being counted.

Savage and his attorney knew at that point that they had lost the case. In the hearing this week, the judge was going to rule on a motion from Stenstrom and Hoopes to dismiss the case, after they had argued that “truth is a complete defense.”

President Trump, Greg Stenstrom, and Leah Hoopes did not defame James Savage, because what they said about the 2020 election was true. It is TRUE that Stenstrom observed Savage inserting a mystery v-card into vote tabulation machines as the votes were being counted. It is TRUE that Savage was not authorized or trained to be doing any sort of work on the machines related to their operation.

Instead of saying that Trump has “lost 60 election cases,” we should tell the truth about what has happened. Trump won the first three election fraud cases he filed in 2020, based on the evidence. It was at that point that the memo went out to the courts to dismiss all cases for lack of standing. That’s not “losing” a court case. It means the case never happened in the first place.

Savage v. Trump et al is now the fourth election case since 2020 where a judge has bothered to look at the evidence of voter fraud. Trump has been victorious in 100% of the court cases where the judges have looked at the evidence.


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