The Stolen Election 2020
Reality suggests that the 2020 Presidential campaign will go down in infamy. The country's inner turmoil between both parties have Americans drawing lines in the sand, and they are picking either Blue or Red. Each party believes it is the light that will snuff out the surrounding darkness.
Last month, I left Chicago, Illinois, and traveled south to West Palm Beach, Florida. I had dropped my life to help the Congressional campaign of Laura Loomer, a political newcomer, and, in turn helping President Donald J. Trump get re-elected. I knocked on countless doors. I sat at the polls all day. I went on Trump caravans. I went to Trump’s rally in Miami, Florida, the Sunday before the election. There was an energy that was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands of people were coming together as Americans to save America. Latinos for Trump is one of the best examples. Their community, not just within Miami, but within the state, were one of the loudest and proudest Americans and Trump supporters.
On the opposite side of the political spectrum, I went to Jill Biden’s speech in Century Village, in Florida. This is a gated neighborhood for the elderly generation. Jill Biden had an in-car rally. No one from Century Village was invited. Around 50 cars were brought into the neighborhood filled with a younger generation that didn’t belong to the community. The community itself had no idea Jill Biden was going to be speaking until she showed up. I was able to quickly walk in past security, past the police, and listened to her speech. It was uninspiring and received only periodic honks. I also went to Kamala Harris’ talk in West Palm Beach at Palm Beach State College. The energy was not the same, and they had much smaller crowds than Trump was able to amass. Upon arriving, the security tried to get any Trump supporter off the premises, a public space, so that no one would interfere with the rally. Their intimidation techniques did not work on us. We talked with the police and demanded to be shown in writing that we could not stand on public property. Harris’ event was blocked off by security and had fences up, we did not breach that area. Again, people drove in to listen to Kamala speak for less than an hour. More counter-protesters showed up than people attending the rally. The energy on the Harris side was timid. The Trump supporters walked up to the fence and welcomed Kamala to West Palm Beach. The energy was loud, determined, and excitable. The Biden supporters eventually scattered. Reflecting on these events, how can a man who had less attendees at rallies and less enthusiasm win the race for President?
The answer is he cannot. It is time for us to use our common sense. Trump rallies were filled with 30,000- 50,000 people set up with little warning. He held five, sometimes six a day. Joe Biden’s rally had a dozen or so socially distanced chairs for people to sit on while they listened to his incoherent speeches.
President Trump had more minority votes than any other President in history. Historically, you only need 2% of the Black vote to win the Presidency he had; 12%.
Whoever wins Ohio, based on past elections, more than likely wins the election; Trump won Ohio. President Trump had major leads in key states on election night before we went to bed. In some of those states, Trump had a 10-point lead. In an unprecedented fashion, states sent their workers home by the time we woke up we found out there were magically hundreds of thousands of ballots that had arrived and were all for Joe Biden. Suspiciously, these votes were just the right number of votes to put Biden in the lead. This is statistically impossible. Many lawsuits are on their way. Poll watchers were turned away or not allowed close enough to watch the people counting the votes.One Michigan county, Antrim, said that their voting program counter, “accidently” counted votes that were meant for Trump to Joe Biden. Forty-seven other counties in Michigan must now be checked. Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell came out with a press conference today on that exact system, which has been used in many other states across America. Lastly, Republicans kept the Senate, and gained many seats in the Congress, officially five so far. Most voters voted down the party line. Are we to believe that just the right number of votes, voted for a Republican Senate and house but voted for Joe Biden and not Trump? Deceased people seem to be still voting for Biden in this election, people who do not live in the state are voting, no voter ID laws, no checking of signatures. I personally have video of people turning in 7-8 ballots at a time. Activist James O’Keefe has multiple mailmen coming forward about backdating ballots. Are these coincidences we are supposed to ignore?
The country is divided. The election process is not trusted. The media outlets are giving false information. Now, Joe Biden is pretending that he won. People are either rioting in the streets or celebrating. This election was a sham and an embarrassment to America. We all want a free and fair election. The question is, where do we go from here? We must demand not just a recount but an audit of all the ballots. It will not be until that is finished that American Republicans can breathe. Demand this from your representatives. Hold rallies. Get your voices heard! Above all else, do not act on your emotions. Think logically and use common sense. Common sense shows that none of this is coincidence. Be vigilant. Remain calm. The truth will be revealed. God Bless Donald J. Trump.
God Bless America.
Angela Van Der Pluym
Million Maga March
On Saturday, November 13th, 2020, the world witnessed a momentous and truly American event in Washington DC. Hundreds of thousands of Americans of all backgrounds took to the streets to express their support for the President, but more importantly, for the foundational principles of these United States. Principles of individual freedom and plurality, tenants of this beautiful civic experiment that started in 1776, which shows no preference for any ethnic or religious group. An unprecedented 72 million Americans voted for Donald J. Trump’s re-election, and that strong support manifested into a public outpouring of diverse voices, demanding transparency, and a free and fair election.
The mainstream media has relentlessly and dishonestly attempted to depict Trump voters as backward and barbaric white nationalists. A quick glance at the diverse sea of protesters that coalesced in Washington that day would put these lies to rest. The crowd celebrated our national tradition by singing our national anthem and reciting the pledge of allegiance. The atmosphere was joyous and euphoric. The people in attendance were not there as competing members in a grievance hierarchy, divided by racial theories of privilege, but rather as a unified people reverent to our stars and stripes.
The entire day was electric with positive energy, politeness, and civility. There were many who wore masks and there were others that did not.
To little surprise, the mainstream media described it differently. They called the crowd of American patriots “right-wing extremists”, “right-wing militia”, “super-spreaders”, and many other derogatory and dehumanizing pejoratives. Sure, there were fringes of extreme groups on the periphery, as there are in every mass gathering of people, but the vast majority of attendees were decent people exercising their right to be heard.
What the media will of course conceal, is that Antifa and BLM protestors were waiting for the end of the Million Maga March, and they were not there to peacefully counter protest. They stormed down the streets holding a hot pink banner that said, ‘Punch a MAGA in the face”, an incitement to violence and violation of the principle of free and PEACEFUL expression. The mob’s message was clear and unambiguous, and the leftist protesters did exactly what they have done so many times over these past months. Many attacked women, children, and even the elderly. Instead of giving any airtime to these attacks, the media covered for these crimes and chose to focus on an isolated incident where an African American woman was knocked down to the ground by alleged Proud Boy members. What they failed to mention in their reporting was that this BLM protester and supposed victim was armed with a knife.
The night was long. Terror struck our streets, again. Restaurants were hit with fireworks and smoke bombs while people dined, collateral damage to a spontaneous turf war that erupted between the attackers and the peaceful protestors. The event was corrupted by enemies of our great country, and a microcosm of our current dilemma unfolded in the streets of DC. An ideological war between those that want to uphold law and the preservation of the rights of all citizens, and those with a utopian vision that must be implemented, even if imposed by force.
The media, the left and its paramilitary force of thugs are trying to derail what we hold sacred. The event started as truly American, and it quickly devolved into what America has become in 2020. Perhaps what is most worrisome, there seems to be no signs of de-escalation in sight. America is at a crossroads. One path leads to unification based on civic understanding and individual freedom, or one of carnage, where power is taken by force and imposed on others. The former is our only hope for saving our country, the latter will destroy us. Unfortunately, even though some leaders are sloganeering about unification, their actions and words have proven anything but serious. Another leader has avoided the public eye these past few weeks. America, I ask you, what will be our saving grace during such tumultuous times?
Our founding fathers laid out principles for such an occasion. We must do our duty to follow those guidelines and restore a desperately needed national unity. We must all come to the table, sensibly and willingly, to discuss our future. If we cannot or will not, events that occurred in this election cycle will worsen. Confidence in the election process has dwindled, and without a reliable and transparent election process, it is almost insurmountable to maintain a cohesive and fair democracy. The choice is before all of us now. What unfolded this past year and what unfolded at the Million Maga March will not cease. They will continue and they will get worse. We must act now.
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