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(In case you missed it, here is part 1 of this series. I imagine a part 3 on this coming soon if things continue to progress as they are.)
Allegedly, there is proof that the 2020 Presidential election was stolen. If this is true, what happens next?
Election integrity is an issue that will not go way. Just the other day, a Pennsylvania senator on Wednesday announced that he has triggered a forensic investigation of the 2020 and 2021 elections. To quote The Epoch Times…
State Sen. Doug Mastriano, a Republican, issued letters to several counties requesting information and materials that he said would enable an investigation.
“It’s distinct from an audit or forensic audit; it’s a big deep dive, like we saw in Arizona but even deeper,” Mastriano told The Epoch Times.
“It takes a hard look at software, machine, scanners, in addition to looking at all the ballots themselves to see if they were hand-filled in or copied by a machine. So a scientific approach to get to the bottom of what happened, what went right, what went wrong in an election; it takes out all bias,” he added.
Election integrity is one of the major issues for both parties but especially, on the right. Consider this tweet from Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott. It was in conjunction with his announcement of a special legislative session to specifically address election integrity, among other things.
And its not just politicians doing this, everyday citizens are looking into this issue as well. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said this recently…
Republican lawmakers aren’t the only ones examining Wisconsin’s presidential election.
A New London man has been making copies of ballots in some communities as he conducts his own review of an election Joe Biden narrowly won.
“Our intention is to have true and honest elections. You hear all kinds of rumors and we want to dispel some of those if they’re not true,” Peter Bernegger said when asked about his endeavor.
Whether that is true or not, there are some serious questions that need to be answered. The latest ones surrounding Stacey Abrams. Consider this quote from Just The News.
Conflicting stories have emerged about whether a personnel group that had staff on the frontlines of Fulton County’s contentious absentee ballot scanning process was funded by a microfinance company linked to Georgia Democratic super-activist Stacey Abrams, as state records appear to document a financial arrangement between the two concerns at some point.
Documentation from Fulton County shows that Fulton in late 2019 sought to contract with Atlanta-based Happy Faces Personnel Group “to provide temporary staffing services for Registration and Elections for approximately 340 positions, effective January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.”
Notes from an investigator commissioned by the Georgia Secretary of State’s office confirms the presence of multiple workers from Happy Faces at Fulton County’s absentee ballot processing center at State Farm Arena during the Nov. 3 election.
Documentation obtained by Just the News, meanwhile, indicated that Happy Faces may have been financially associated with a firm cofounded by Stacey Abrams, the Georgia Democratic activist hailed as instrumental in organizing Donald Trump’s defeat in her state’s 2020 presidential contest.
As you might imagine, once news of this leaked, people were talking. Here are a few of them. The first one from Vernon Jones.
One America News Network interviewed CDMedia co-founder Brent Beecham who discussed Happy Faces temporary staffing agency in Fulton County, GA and its work during the 2020 general election cycle. (Non-citizens counting votes for US citizens? Wow.)
And there have been more than a few whispers of corruption.
Is all of what I have shared PROOF that Stacy Abrams is corrupt and facilitated election fraud? No, not entirely. However, it is enough to ask questions and research further. It is more than enough reason to not be silent and go away. And I would think, every sober minded American citizen, would think likewise. If we cannot trust the election process then, we do not have a free country. And a free country is in the best interest of us all.