What if “the big lie” turns out to be true?
We’re not yet to the point of validating former President Donald Trump’s claims that something rotten and fishy occurred during the 2020 election.
But as the conservative news website Just the News (JTN) reported on Saturday, events are undercutting claims by Democrats and the liberal media that the election was sound.
“With each passing day,” John Solomon, JTN’s CEO, and editor-in-chief wrote, “new irregularities, security vulnerabilities, and illegalities are being unmasked by bombshell revelations from courts, legislators, and other investigative bodies like the FBI and Homeland Security Department.”
As one recent example, Solomon noted a ruling by the Wisconsin Supreme Court that found the state acted illegally in setting up more than 500 election “dropboxes” to collect votes because state lawmakers never authorized them.
Solomon labeled that a “jaw-dropping decision that invalidated the way tens of thousands of voters — many of them Democrats — cast their ballots.”
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“From Phoenix to Detroit, and Madison to Austin, there are now nearly two dozen credible confirmations of problems that undercut the claims of bureaucrats, journalists and Democrats that the November 2020 general election was perfect. In fact, it was quite imperfect,” Solomon added.
Although the revelations, so far, “have persuaded courts to reverse the outcome of the presidential tally or unseat Joe Biden from the White House, they have shaken voter confidence in key battleground states and built a compelling case that the bigger lie was that the 2020 election was flawless,” Solomon argued.
Solomon cited 20 other incidents besides Wisconsin that have come to light in the past few months and counter the Democrat-media narrative that the election went off without a hitch.
Some of Solomon’s examples include:
The media and social media burying the story of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop.
Potentially illegal ballot-harvesting schemes that are now under investigation in Wisconsin and Georgia.
More than 200,000 ballots in Arizona with signatures that did not match voter files were counted without being reviewed. Another 50,000 ballots were involved in controversy, such as people casting ballots from residences they had left.
In Texas and Georgia, more than 12,000 and 2,000 illegal immigrants, respectively, were registered to vote. In Texas, an audit found almost 600 incidents of ballots cast in the name of a dead resident or by a voter who may also have voted in another state.
In Michigan, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson failed to follow state law and properly update and reconcile Michigan’s voter roll, which per an audit increased the risk of ineligible voters voting. Also in Michigan, three women have been accused of voter-fraud schemes that included attempts to vote “on behalf of non-consenting nursing home residents.”
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Federal prosecutors indicted two Iranian nationals for hacking a state voter database and stealing 100,000 voter registrations “to carry out a cyber-intimidation campaign that targeted” Republicans in Congress and the Trump campaign. This seems to have happened in Ohio, since FBI agents in Cleveland are involved.