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The Elite Media is trying its best to convince the People that Joe Biden was elected fairly...not gonna happen

This charade of the “Cancel Culture” has gone of the tracks.  The Elite Media is intent on convincing their viewers that there was no election fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election, at least not enough to cause a change in the outcome…meaning that they are determined to disprove Donald Trump’s contention that the election was stolen by the Democrats.  Nonetheless, there is abundant circumstantial evidence of vote dumps in the wee hours of the morning after the polls closed and poll watchers were sent away from the polling places. 

The Elites refused to investigate the allegations and now say their was no fraudulent outcome because no court found such.  Yet, the courts did not hear the evidence and render an impartial judgment. 

So the mantra now from the Elites is simple:  Just keep repeating that the election was honest.

However, My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has spent over a million dollars on investigators who he contends have found proof of enough fraud to change the outcome of the election.  Lindell appeared on Newsmax this week and ran head-on into the Elite Mantra of “the election was legitimate…”

You can watch the “interview” in this article:  Newsmax anchor leaves interview with My Pillow's Mike Lindell (


We have two questions for these people who are carrying water for Joe Biden.  The first was raised by Sean Hannity today (2-3-21) when he asked on his radio show:  “How much voter fraud is acceptable?” and the second is:   How can anyone say the election was honest when the allegations have not been investigated by an impartial tribunal?  A cover-up proves nothing except that somebody has something they want to hide.

We don’t think the election was fair and honest.  We will hold to that position until there is an honest investigation into the issue.  Until that is done we simply don’t believe Joe Biden is the legitimate President of the United States. 


Update:  Mike Lindell Says Newsmax 'Is Great,' MyPillow Soars Despite Boycotts |


( February 4th, 2021 @ 12:19 am )
I agree. Until there is a real investigation, he will always be the Imposter President.

I believe we all must know, there will be no investigation, until the real Republicans hold the congress, and then there will be little evidence due to the time factor, so Biden will always have an asterisk by his name.

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