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Here's how to fix the elections mess

Observer commentary:  For us, there is no doubt the 2020 Presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump.  The evidence is overwhelming, in spite of the specious argument from the Left that there is no evidence of fraud.  The question now is what to do about it. 

The Gateway Pundit.com has published a report from a group of experts that has 30 recommendations for election reform.  Every state should be about implementing the recommendations.

The same group that supplied us the list of court cases related to the 2020 election and other amazing reports, has come out with their list of recommendations to shore up the election process in the US.

The US Election Integrity group of expert volunteers has released their list of recommendations to address our vote issues from the 2020 election.  Here is what they shared about this report:  US Election Integrity Group Release Another Report - This One Includes Excellent Recommendations for Election Reform (thegatewaypundit.com)

The role our team of experts is trying to play, is to give open-minded, inquisitive citizens the election facts as we have been able to ferret them out.

Our team consists of multiple unpaid volunteers who have expertise in a variety of relevant fields: Cyber Security, IT, Statistics, Physics, Economics, etc. As patriotic citizens we have only one agenda: to promote election integrity.

Since December 2020 we have now published nine (9) major reports. Here is a one-page document that lists them all. As a bonus we also added what (in our opinion) are other quality reports about the 2020 election.

Here is their report with suggestions for the many states now contemplating changes in their elections going forward:  US Election Integrity Group Release Another Report - This One Includes Excellent Recommendations for Election Reform (thegatewaypundit.com)

 

 


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