As we get ever closer to the November election, one of the things on the minds of many is the topic of election integrity, the threat of voter fraud and the stealing of elections. There are matters taking place around the nation including court rulings that favor election integrity while others cast doubts on it.
So can we vote with confidence in this upcoming election? Hopefully moving forward things will be better. Nonetheless, the guest on this edition of Crosstalk has studied the 2020 election and he discovered evidence of fraud, unconstitutional election law rigging, and other disturbing aspects that appeared designed to take things to a predetermined result.
The guest we’re referring to is Robert Knight. Robert is a former Los Angeles Times news editor and columnist for the Washington Times who contributes to other publications as well. Robert has held senior positions in a number of pro-family organizations. He has written several books including The Coming Communist Wave: What Happens If the Left Captures All Three Branches of Government, Liberty on the Brink, and his newest, Crooked: What Really Happened in the 2020 Election and How to Stop the Fraud.
In Robert’s research he found that not only was the 2020 election rife with fraud and election law changes, but it was rigged by the media, the deep-state, and others. Even the FBI unconstitutionally went after President Trump and lied about him which led to conjured-up hoaxes and his impeachment. These are just some aspects that were basically a major fraud committed against our nation. All of this is documented in Robert’s latest book.
While some continue to insist there is no evidence of fraud, when you look at what President Trump managed to do in the 2020 election and compare it historically with other elections, the resultant Joe Biden victory certainly raises some eyebrows. For example:
- 18 of 19 bellwether counties voted for Trump.
- All the bellwether states voted for Trump (Florida, Iowa, North Carolina and Ohio).
- Trump received 12 million more votes than he did in 2016.
- Trump received more black and Hispanic votes than he did in the previous election.
Had Trump succeeded in just one of these categories a win would have been consistent with historic norms. So for him to lose after accomplishing all of this is highly suspicious.
Then you had the vote counting that mysteriously stopped in the middle of the night in the key states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Georgia for no apparent reason. Then it started up again with Biden in the lead after Trump had been leading by hundreds of thousands of votes. This isn’t simply opinion, this is documented.
If you’ve been following the details related to this situation, you’ll want to review this edition of Crosstalk and hear more as Robert discusses big-tech and their involvement, ballot curing, ballot harvesting, and much more.
Robert’s latest book is available at djkm.org.
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