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The absolute proof the 2020 election was stolen

Time Magazine will publish an article next week that tells the 2020 Presidential Election was stolen, and more important how the Left, Big Tech, and the Elite Media worked to prevent the fact that the election was illegitimate from becoming a public issue.  Here is a link to the Time story that admits how the public was deceived:  How the Left covered up a rigged election in 2020 | Beaufort County Now.  Most in the public simply accepted the reported outcome of the election.   Few have done any real research to find out what went wrong.  However, one man has spend more than a million dollars of his own money to find out and it is not available to anyone who wants to know.  You can watch it here:  Absolute Proof - Mike Lindell Election Documentary (FULL) (

Be prepared, the entire video is two hours long.  You will want to be connected to the internet and not use your data to watch it.

For the fun of it, we would make this dare:  If you can watch this video in its entirety and then still argue that Joe Biden was legitimately elected then we would like to hear from you.  We will be glad to publish any legitimate refutation of the facts if presented in a regular journalistic style (no vulgarity, obscenity, obvious falsehoods or personal attacks.) 

For us the issue is not whether Joe Biden is the legitimate President of the United States.  He is not, in our opinion.  This documentary supports that conclusion.  The issue now is what is going to be done to reform the electoral systems in every state to prevent this from happening again?

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( February 7th, 2021 @ 3:27 pm )
Now that Mike is being sued by Dominion, he and all the others being sued will have a chance to prove at least this piece of these "voting irregularities".

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