SEN. LANKFORD: December 2016, a poll said 32% of Americans believed that the Russians had influenced the outcome of the election. Based on that belief, we spent millions investigating it, we had 6 congressional hearings, etc because 32% of Americans didn't trust that election.
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Negative votes & vote switches should *NEVER* happen on your CNN, ABC, & NBC live news feeds. This is according to the data scientist & programmers who presented at the State Senate hearings. They previously worked for the US Navy, the CIA, & Big 4 Accounting Firms.🔻
Elections are an additive process — you count the votes — and add them up. Votes should never be going down on live television. Votes should never be switching between candidates on live television. This is election fraud & it happened all across the nation.🔻
It happened last night.
774,723 - 742,323 = 32,400
32,400 votes subtracted from @Perduesenate live on ABC last night during the Senate Runoff.
2,130,535 - 2,125,535 = 5,000
32,400 votes subtracted from @Perduesenate live on ABC last night during the Senate Runoff.
There is overwhelming evidence of election fraud. Therefore it is the duty of the Executive, Legislative, & Judicial branches to throw out the fraudulent votes & to honor their oath to protect & defend the Constitution of the USA.🇺🇸🦅
A list below.🔻
1/ Navarro Report: The Immaculate Deception - Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities -
2/ Analysis of 3,000 U.S. counties shows Joe Biden received 5.6 % more votes in counties using Dominion Voting Systems (Video) -
3/ Antrim Michigan Dominion Voting Systems Forensics Report -
4/ Evidence Grows: ’20 Election Was Rigged -
1/ Funded by $350 Million from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, activist organizations created a two-tiered election system that treated voters differently depending on whether they lived in Democrat or Republican strongholds.🔻
2/ Mark Zuckerberg was invited into the counting room, and the American people were kicked out. Zuckerberg-CTCL funds allowed these Democrat strongholds to spend roughly $47 per voter, compared to $4 to $7 per voter in traditionally Republican areas of the state.🔻
3/ In Michigan, $5,939,235 was awarded to jurisdictions where Clinton won & $402,878 where Trump won.
In Pennsylvania, $13,063,828 for Clinton and $692,742 for Trump.
CTCL hidden COVID-19 grant agenda was to increase the votes for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.🔻
4/ Zuckerberg money & money from other "leftist" organizations totaled $500M, while the Federal Government only appropriated $400M for the 2020 election. This effectively created a "two-tiered election system" and a "shadow government" running our elections.🔻
The “Wisconsin Safe Election Plan” was not authored by the state. Effectively, CTCL managed the election in these five cities.
•Promote no voter ID "indefinitely confined"
•Drop Boxes breaching chain of custody
•Consolidating counting centers🔻
2/ In the words of @RayDalio, "Right now, the world’s major central banks have the least fuel in their tanks since the late 1930s so are now in the later stages of the long-term debt cycle. Because they come along about once in a lifetime most people aren’t aware of them."
3/ Central banks have spent the last decade in a race to see who could devalue their currency the fastest. Near 0% interest rates have meant increased printing of the dollar, euro, and yen. Central banks no longer have the ability to tighten credit so they print money.
4/ Being towards the later stages of the long-term debt cycle there is a global sovereign debt bubble similar to what we saw in the 20's & 30's. In 2019, global debt-to-gdp hit 322% with total debt reaching a new all-time high of $253 Trillion.
5/ The wealth gap has also expanded to levels last seen in the 30's. Historically, inequality and large wealth gaps have eventually led to dire consequences. Periods of conflict and social unrest often marked by taxes, revolutions, or wars.
There is overwhelming evidence of election fraud in all contested states. Therefore it is the duty of the Executive, Legislative, & Judicial branches to throw out the fraudulent votes & to honor their oath to protect & defend the Constitution of the USA.🇺🇸🦅
*The Evidence Collection*— Kanekoa (@KanekoaTheGreat) December 29, 2020
There is overwhelming evidence of election fraud. Therefore it is the duty of the Executive, Legislative, & Judicial branches to throw out the fraudulent votes & to honor their oath to protect & defend the Constitution of the USA.\U0001f1fa\U0001f1f8\U0001f985
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