It is clear from today’s activity by Twitter, Google, FaceBook, YouTube, Apple and others, their move to permaban President Trump and his constituents is an open attack against patriots like you and us. Alternative platforms such as Parler, Gab, DLive, Odysee, and media outlets that serve up relevant news are also in the crosshairs of Big Tech. Our goal is to continue to provide our readers with info you won’t find on mainstream media. Stay tuned for more as we regroup our information channels.
Due to the 12-hour ban of President Trump on Twitter for posting a perfect video encouraging marchers to go home, you can follow his social media account over on Gab and see the video for yourself:
John Daniel Davidson writes at The Federalist regarding a scheme in Nevada involving a group called Native Vote:
“Offering voters anything of value in exchange for their vote is a violation of federal election law, and in some cases punishable by up to two years in prison and as much as $10,000 in fines. That includes raffles, free food, free T-shirts, and so on.”
Though the article focuses on activities in Nevada, it includes this point: “It also matters because this didn’t just happen in Nevada. Organizers there might have been more obvious about what they were doing, but there’s evidence that similar efforts, including gift card and electronics giveaways, were undertaken in Native communities in South Dakota, Arizona, Wisconsin, Washington, Michigan, Idaho, Minnesota, and Texas.”
For a country to maintain real, secure elections, it cannot allow violations of election law. Places that change rules at the last minute, pressure or bribe voters, disregard voter ID, etc. are holding sham elections.
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In yet another “coincidence” that couldn’t possibly indicate even a smidgen of bias within the systems coordinated for this election, the Tennessee Star reveals one more suspicious player. Aric Thompson was Kamala Harris’ campaign photographer, and he’s also, conveniently, the tech representative for Dominion Voting Systems in Fulton County Georgia where the machines and counting procedures are in the spotlight. Reporter Corinne Murdock gives the story here.