Written by: Brian Garrison
Shortly after 10:00 Eastern Time on Election Night 2020, Donald Trump more than a 14.6%, (438,000 vote) lead in Pennsylvania. That was before the fake manufactured ballots started coming in. Soon thereafter 19,958 votes were stolen from Trump, and 19,958 votes were added to Biden’s total, according to Nick Chase (Examining the code, internet geeks conclude ‘Trump’s win was yuuuge,’ American Thinker, Nov 12, 2020) As for the ballot-counting that resumed early in the morning after election day, the imbalance in favor of the Biden must have been unrealistically enormous. A recount of the late ballots must be ordered as soon as possible. Every late ballot must be witnessed by a Republican and a Democrat checker, and a video and/or still camera. Is this common sense or what? (I wish I had written down the Pennsylvania raw vote tally before I went to bed on Nov 3.) While Pennsylvania is the most egregious, the same awful scenario exists in Michigan, Georgia, and Nevada, and possibly Wisconsin and Arizona.
As I was writing this article (8:50 am 11 Nov 20), I saw Sidney Powell on CNBC assert the that the burden of proof is on the late vote counters and conveyers of very late and suspected fraudulent votes. The idea that the burden of proof is on the vote counters and not on the aggrieved party seems obvious to me but is rarely mentioned by commentators.
The law specifies severe penalties for voting fraud. If fraud is proven, the perpetrators must receive the maximum penalty if convicted. If fraud succeeds, almost everyone in the country loses, including Biden voters. If fraud succeeds, everyone in the country will have been disenfranchised and we Americans will no longer have a democratic republic, because voting will not matter; it will not affect the outcome of any election.
As you know, the actual election takes place on December 14 when the electoral college votes. I cannot imagine the Pennsylvania legislature instructing their electors to vote for Joe Biden if they do not see convincing evidence that Joe Tally has earned the majority of the legal, legitimate votes. The same holds true for Michigan, Georgia, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Arizona. In most states, the state legislatures select the electors. Why would the elected legislatures disenfranchise their own voters?