The truth about the 2020 presidential race is something that many Americans, especially more moderate conservatives and independents, try to avoid talking about. Election interference took place. The liberal left and Joe Biden cheated.
They employed a number of focused strategies to change the electoral votes in significant swing states. Liberals worked closely with polling stations to cover up any traces of their activities. In order to traffic illegal ballots and pack drop boxes with votes for Joe Biden, people were hired and paid generously.
The corporate media distorted the story as liberal operatives tried to defraud President Trump of a second term. Stories that were damaging to Joe Biden and his corrupt son, Hunter, were concealed.
Days after the fraudulent election results were supposedly certified, the media began to denounce every claim that the election was stolen. Anyone who had serious questions about suspicious activity was labeled a radical conspiracy theorist. They were not.
These liberal crooks also began to work, erasing any paper trail of outright fraud. Dozens of investigations into potential fraud were targeted at mysterious changes in the numbers posted by precincts that used voting machines.
One key location where fraud seemed obvious was in Maricopa County, Arizona. These patriotic Americans started working almost immediately. However, they were blocked at virtually every turn. “We the People AZ Alliance” was one of these organizations.
They wanted answers to an increasingly obvious sense that the Arizona election results were wrong. Joe Biden did not win the state’s electoral votes. He cheated. Investigative journalist Lara Logan recently hosted an election security forum in Arizona.
The forum addressed how to safeguard the upcoming 2022 midterms. But there was also evidence presented about the fraudulent 2020 results. During the forum, whistleblowers dropped bombshell testimony about how election files were suddenly deleted.
These files were supposed to have been secured pending any investigation. However, before Arizona Senate auditors could review the data, it was conveniently erased. If you’re not hiding something, then why so fast to erase information that should never be erased in the first place?
The answer is obvious. There was cheating, and the records would have proven that there was cheating. Federal law requires that the files requested should have been kept for 22 months. They were gone in a matter of days.
Voting machines without data were delivered to the Senate auditors. But in a recent revelation, evidence showed that “Maricopa County Election Database Administrator Brian Ramirez was granted unauthorized entry to the server room on multiple occasions, and he deleted the files.”
Ramirez did not possess access credentials for the server room. Nevertheless, election investigator Matt VanBibber discovered that Ramirez used the identities of individuals who had the required credentials.
By illegally accessing the server room, Ramirez removed all evidence of vote fraud. How convenient that is for the cheaters. VanBibber also matched ID cards used for server room access to video footage showing Ramirez entering the room.
There is also a strict policy that prevents anyone from being alone in the server room. Ramirez was alone every time he entered. The video footage also shows him entering the room at precisely the time the files were deleted. No one else was in the room.
How much evidence does a person require to be convinced that the 2020 presidential election was stolen? There was widespread fraud and cheating. Liberals worked feverishly to cover their tracks. But they didn’t do a good enough job. People like Brian Ramirez need to be in prison!