I was asked today what I thought about the historic votes taking place in the Georgia Senate run-off and Congress accepting the electoral college results. It is difficult to boil down how I feel in total, but in a word, I must say I feel “cheated.”
I get some blowback from some people when I say that. A recurring theme I get back is “show me the direct evidence of election fraud.” I have practiced law for a while, and while I am no Clarence Darrow, I do know that the media has perpetuated the lie for over 100 years that direct evidence is the only evidence admissible in court. That is bologna. If that were the case then the only people ever convicted of a crime would be people that 1) confessed to the crime, 2) were watched by multiple eyewitnesses committing the crime, or 3) were recorded on video committing a crime. Most of everything else is circumstantial evidence.
What you need to understand is that a large majority of Americans went to bed on November 4, 2020, maybe even into November 5, 2020, and woke up to the unthinkable. They were told by the media to believe that Joe Biden had not only caught up but had overwhelmingly taken the lead in key battleground states in the small hours of the morning while everyone was asleep. The American people were told by the media to believe that nearly every single vote counted after they went to bed was for Joe Biden.
I will offer an analogy to help you understand why some Americans, including myself, are skeptical. Imagine you are sitting on your couch on the evening of February 4, 2017 watching the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons play in Super Bowl LI. The score is now 28-3 with 8:31 left in the 3rd quarter. Tevin Coleman just scored Atlanta’s most recent touchdown, and you’re chuckling at the misfortune of Patriots fans everywhere. Suddenly, the screen goes blank, and a graphic comes on the screen from the NFL that says “the NFL has suspended broadcasting of Super Bowl LI.” You think to yourself how odd that is, shrug your shoulders, and go on to bed still chuckling at the misfortune of Patriots fans across the nation.
You wake up the next morning from your winter slumber, wipe the sleep out of your eyes, and turn the television on while you get ready for the day. It’s a cold Monday morning in February, and as you get ready for the day you hear the sound of a pig flying on the television in the background. You leave the bathroom and come out into your bedroom. You sit slack-jawed on the edge of your bed as Sports Center attempts to tell you that somehow the New England Patriots mounted a 25 point comeback to put the game into overtime, at which point the Patriots put the icing on the cake and had indeed won Super Bowl LI in convincing fashion by a score of 34-28.
Fortunately for sports fans the world over, Fox Sports never cut away from the unbelievable finale of Super Bowl LI. If they had, I doubt anyone would have accepted that New England had mounted that historic comeback. However, Fox News, and the rest of the media oligarchy, cut away in the small hours of the morning from the 2020 Presidential Election. When the nation awoke on November 5th and wiped the sleep from their eyes, they were told that Joe Biden had somehow gained hundreds of thousands of votes as tons of ballots were discovered and counted in the middle of the night. Election observers were removed from counting rooms in contested jurisdictions on camera. Cases of ballots were pulled from under tables on camera. The media immediately began calling the President a “liar.” For the first time in our lives a sitting President was cut short as each and every media outlet interrupted him to “fact check” him and call him a liar. We were sent to bed and the result changed over the course of a few hours as the nation shut its eyes, or more appropriately had their eyes shut by the mainstream media.
As the old adage goes, “a lie repeated often enough becomes the truth.” The media giants have adopted this credo and exploited it to an extreme. As I watch the events unfold at the capitol today, the “journalists” reporting on the events are not reporting, but are passing judgment on a group of people based upon the flag they waive at their protest. I just listened to Anderson Cooper say “look at this buffoon dressed up in a revolutionary war outfit… these people are going to go back to their hotel and congratulate themselves for how they acted today… why aren’t these people being arrested?… The GOP is a neolistic[spl?] death cult if they follow him [Trump].” This isn’t reporting, this is something akin to the media portrayed in the Hunger Games film series.
In similar fashion they have repeated the narrative that all reports of election irregularities are false, President Trump is a liar, protests of the election are an act of sedition and insurrection, and that this behavior is unacceptable in America.
Long gone are the days when reporting was an honored profession where the journalists cautiously reported facts. We are now in the age of media indoctrination by groups with an agenda that goes far beyond a political ideology. The events of the past year that have resulted in the dissolution of our American way of life were not orchestrated by a political party. That is an even larger lie than what the media has force fed the populace over the last year. The political parties were the tools used by the true power behind the scenes.
So, the question begs, “How can you expect people to believe the result of this election?” While the mainstream media screams “where is the evidence that the election was stolen,” the concerned, rational citizen is asking real questions based upon the evidence at hand. No one is going to admit that certain ballots were tampered with, no court is going to drag the ballots into court and check them one by one, and no election official is going to admit that they have no idea what happened. You cannot expect people to accept that more people voted in a jurisdiction than there are registered voters. You cannot expect people to accept that every single vote received after a certain period of time went to one single candidate. The mountain of circumstantial evidence in this case indicates that a large number of irregularities occurred in precisely the places necessary for the result to be changed. If this is never addressed, then those concerned, rational citizens are likely to never accept the result of this election. I know that I will not until it is addressed and rectified.