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Time magazine exposes secret campaign in 2020 election

Time magazine, part of the liberal MSM, has published an article by its staff writer Molly Ball that exposes, or rather brags about, the "secret campaign" run by a "cabal" or "conspiracy" that won the 2020 election for Biden.  Of course, she refers to it as "saving" the election.
All the moving parts were coordinated by top AFL-CIO political operative Mike Podhorzer, who led "a well fund cabal of powerful people" in a "conspiracy to save the 2020 election" and "obtain the proper outcome" (the election of Biden).  "Working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information,” Ms. Ball wrote. “They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it. And they believe the public needs to understand the system’s fragility in order to ensure that democracy in America endures.”  The effort included the lawsuits to change election rules to make cheating easier.
Ms. Ball writes about how not only were the MSM involved but also the leaders of social media in steering the political narrative.  Even the movers and shakers of the far left groups that rioted across America were dancing to the tune called by this cabal.  The plotters included Never Trumper turncoat Republicans and the increasingly left of center US Chamber of Commerce, as well as established left wing groups like Greenpeace, MoveOn, Planned Parenthood, Indivisible, and "social justice" activists.
One key example of controlling the narrative was the MSM and social media's active campaign to successfully cover up and censor the scandal resulting from the contents of Hunter Biden's computer.  Exit polls showed that if Biden voters had been aware of that scandal, enough of them would have abandoned Biden that he would have lost all of the swing states.


( February 12th, 2021 @ 8:37 am )
Undoubtedly, the coordinated pausing of the vote count election night would have been directed by this group, as well as the insertion of all the bogus Biden ballots. This conspiracy needs a thorough criminal investigation, but that will never happen. Our election has been stolen, not "saved".

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