THE FOCUS (2/5/2021)
A Terrible Smell That Will Not Go Away Just By Hiding It
A robber ransacked your house, stole your precious belongings, and ran away. You called the police and reported the robbery to the media. The police didn’t catch the robber and the media refused to cover the story.
The robber got away with the prize. The fact that the robber was not caught does not mean robbery in your house didn’t occur.
That the 2020 presidential election was rigged is beyond reasonable doubt. The massive evidence points to a stolen election. The fact that no court was willing to hear the case and the DOJ, along with FBI, didn’t do the investigation, does not mean voter fraud that flipped the election to a wrong winner did not take place. In fact, without the massive voter fraud, Trump would have won comfortably.
This is not only our opinion. A poll conducted by the left-leaning entities Reuters/Ipsos in mid November, 2020 found that 39 percent of Americans believe “the election was rigged.” (One has to do their own calculation to figure out this number as Reuters obscured it in their report). Among Democrats, 17 percent agree that the election was rigged, as do 31 percent of independents and 67 percent of Republicans.
Meanwhile a poll done by Rasmussen also in mid November 2020 found that forty-seven percent (47%) say it’s likely that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win. This includes 36% who say it’s “Very Likely”.
This is despite the fact the media and the Big Tech covered up the voter fraud information and evidence. In addition, the polls were conducted in mid-November when the massive revelations of the voter fraud have not come out yet. For instance, the videotapes of illegal vote count or fraudulent ballots in Georgia came out to surface in December and the hearings on voting irregularities in the legislatures in the states in questions mostly took place after the dates of the polls conducted.
It is entirely reasonable to assume that the percentage of Americans who believe the election was stolen would have been much higher than 47% had the media and the Big Tech not covered up the voter fraud information.
The above chart summarizes Peter Navarro’s compilations of voter fraud in the states in question in the volume 3 of his report. Once a variety of categories of allegedly improper or illegal votes have been subtracted from Biden’s margins of victories, his wins become losses in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
A cynic may question why the courts rejected many of the voter fraud allegations filed by entities directly or not directly related to the Trump team. David K. Clements, a business law professor at New Mexico State University (NMSU) provides a succinct answer:
For those who believe “there is no evidence, you don’t know what you are talking about,” he said. “I’ve reviewed hours upon hours of public hearings. I have read almost all of the lawsuits that are out there. Most of them were dismissed on legal process grounds.”
These suits, he said, were dismissed due to a legal lack of standing. “The general argument” that was presented in these cases, he said, “was that because this was a general harm,” then “you have no standing because your harm has to be particular. It’s not because there isn’t evidence. There is evidence,” the professor emphasized.
“In fact, I’m in possession of 574 pages of sworn affidavits, forensic reports, all of which would make its way in a court of law under the rules of evidence in a federal or state court. The fact that the evidence has not been heard here by these courts” should not be conflated into “this idea that there is no evidence,” Clements argued.
The Gateway Pundit provides the breakdown of the 80 cases related to the 2020 presidential election. According to a list of all 2020 election cases related to President Trump found at the following link here:
The report as of February 4th, 2021 shows:
There are 80 court cases to date based on the 2020 election
In 28 cases President Trump was/is the plaintiff
In 48 cases President Trump was/is not the plaintiff
In 4 cases President Trump is the defendant
21 of these cases have been decided on merits
Of the 21 cases decided on the merits, President Trump won 14 of them or two-thirds of the cases
25 cases remain active
The Democrats along with their media and the Big Tech propaganda machine may try their best to bury this stolen election issue. Unfortunately, although most of the cheating activities occurred during the dark time between 10 p.m. on Nov 3 and 4 a.m. on Nov 4, through live TV, the American people saw the beginning of it when the vote count unprecedentedly stopped in several states simultaneously for several hours when Trump was leading the votes in the states by comfortable margins only to lose all of them after the vote count resumed.
As stated by Deloris Linam in The Country Needs Election Investigation To Heal, "For national security, Congress must initiate an investigation and then formulate election policy reform to prevent the perception of a stolen election from ever happening again."
Unfortunately, Congress will not do that. It will be up to the courageous Americans who witnessed or participated in the fraud to come forward with evidence. Regardless, this issue will not go away. A bad small is a bad small. As the saying goes, “If something bad smells in the basement, it will eventually make its way to the attic.”
Renowned Mathematician Edward Solomon Determines the 2020 Election Results at a Precinct Level Are “Impossible” and “Cannot Occur Naturally”